NFL columnist at the Wall Street Journal covering Andrew Luck's compliments, the linemen playing Settlers of Catan and actual football.

How Teams Practice When They Can’t Practice

wsj.com — NFL restrictions on the amount of contact allowed have forced coaches to improvise, which means using everything from drones to remote-control cars As far as pro football goes, the summer is over. Put down the hot dog and return the kayak to the shed. Training camp is here.
Jul 27, 2015

Drones, remote control cars, virtual reality: how NFL teams manage with restrictions on contact at early practices on.wsj.com/1InT82g

Why a New York Transplant Picked the Mets

wsj.com — There are many New York experiences: You can marvel at the inefficiency of the cab line at JFK or boo a Knicks draft pick. You can eat at the best restaurants in the world and bring up once more how much you hated the Knicks draft pick.
Jul 15, 2015

The Decision: A New York Transplant Picks a Baseball Team. on.wsj.com/1HOyXKr

Jul 15, 2015

RT @WSJSports: The Journal’s @KevinClarkWSJ chooses his New York baseball team and comes to understand what being a fan is. on.wsj.com/1HOyXKr

Jul 15, 2015

.@KevinClarkWSJ spent months trying to pick a baseball team to root for. He has chosen the Mets. wsj.com/articles/why-a…

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Could NBA Free Agents Bail Out Greece?

wsj.com — Greece needs a bailout. There's one group that has just the money: NBA free agents. Greece failed to make a $1.73 billion loan payment Tuesday to the International Monetary Fund, raising the stakes in a debt crisis that could lead to the country's exit from the eurozone.
Jul 06, 2015

RT @WSJSports: NBA free agents could bail out Greece with the $1.7 B they have made in the last week alone on.wsj.com/1Us6e7S pic.twitter.com/1JAisl9Ktj

Jul 06, 2015

RT @WSJSports: NBA free agents could bail out Greece with the $1.7 B they have made in the last week alone on.wsj.com/1Us6e7S pic.twitter.com/1JAisl9Ktj

Jul 06, 2015

RT @BarriHoopsHype: NBA free agents could bail out Greece with the $1.7 B they have made in the last week alone on.wsj.com/1Us6e7S pic.twitter.com/kTi0qDVqCc

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U.S. Track's Unconventional Physician

wsj.com — HOUSTON-On the wall of the medical office of Jeffrey S. Brown is a photograph of Carl Lewis, the nine-time Olympic gold medalist. Lewis is one of several former or current patients of Brown's who have climbed the Olympic podium, including Galen Rupp, who won a silver medal in the 10,000 meters at the London Olympics.
Jun 24, 2015

Salazar says 5 of 55 (9%) athletes ever diagnosed w/ hypothyroidism. In 2013, he told WSJ it was 5 out of 30 (17%) wsj.com/articles/SB100…

Jul 09, 2015

@muppetK @robbwolf valid points all. To your first question, we wrote a bit about it in 2013: on.wsj.com/1zBIjaa

U.S. Women Reach World Cup Quarterfinals

wsj.com — EDMONTON-As this World Cup rolls on, the U.S. women's national team is getting closer to its biggest tests. They advanced to the quarterfinals here on Monday night, and the games they've waited four years for are coming. There's only one problem: The breakout game still hasn't come.
Jun 23, 2015

RT @WSJ: The U.S. women’s national team beat Colombia 2-0 to reach the World Cup quarterfinals on.wsj.com/1LhOjwY pic.twitter.com/wm9vCPXJ9U

Jun 23, 2015

RT @WSJ: The U.S. women’s national team beat Colombia 2-0 to reach the World Cup quarterfinals on.wsj.com/1LhOjwY pic.twitter.com/wm9vCPXJ9U

Jun 23, 2015

RT @WSJ: The U.S. women’s national team beat Colombia 2-0 to reach the World Cup quarterfinals on.wsj.com/1LhOjwY pic.twitter.com/wm9vCPXJ9U

Jun 23, 2015

RT @WSJ: The U.S. women’s national team beat Colombia 2-0 to reach the World Cup quarterfinals on.wsj.com/1J1KVUA pic.twitter.com/tA1VlQYg0i

Jun 23, 2015

RT @WSJ: The U.S. women’s national team beat Colombia 2-0 to reach the World Cup quarterfinals on.wsj.com/1LhOjwY pic.twitter.com/wm9vCPXJ9U

The NFL Team That Is Solving Millennials

wsj.com — Santa Clara, Calif. The San Francisco 49ers are getting ready for the fall, when they'll face their most daunting opponents. The Seattle Seahawks and the Arizona Cardinals come to mind. At the moment, however, they are preparing to face a force many find truly terrifying: millennials.
Jun 16, 2015

Meet the NFL team trying to conquer the millennial mind: Every 30 minutes you get to check your phone. Really. on.wsj.com/1ffrM7N

Jun 16, 2015

The 49ers coaches faced the same problem parents do: It's tough to relate to millennials. So they changed everything. on.wsj.com/1ffrM7N

Jun 16, 2015

The 49ers allow phone breaks every 30 mins in meetings. Why? Millennials. wsj.com/articles/the-n… pic.twitter.com/ArIfQSzByj

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Terrell Suggs: The NFL's Human Megaphone

wsj.com — Forgive the New England Patriots if they were confused on Sunday night as time ticked down in their AFC championship loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Through the stunned, silent Gillette Stadium, they probably didn't understand why one player was repeatedly shouting something about the "Catalina Wine Mixer," a curiously random reference to the 2008 Will Ferrell movie "Step Brothers."

Yahoo Wins Rights to NFL’s First Internet-Only Streaming Game Next Season

wsj.com — Deal to air Oct. 25 Buffalo Bills-Jacksonville Jaguars matchup is a bet for the web portal to lure more ad dollars The rights to the NFL's first streaming-only broadcast of a football game are going to Yahoo Inc., as the aging Internet portal makes one of its biggest bets on live content to lure more advertising dollars.
Jun 03, 2015

Yahoo wins the first internet-only NFL game. Details here: on.wsj.com/1M4OGbX

Jun 03, 2015

RT @KevinClarkWSJ: Yahoo wins the first internet-only NFL game. Details here: on.wsj.com/1M4OGbX

Jun 03, 2015

RT @wsjCMO: Yahoo Wins Rights to NFL’s First Internet-Only Streaming Game Next Season on.wsj.com/1M4OGbX

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Bad News: You're Golfing With Peyton Manning

wsj.com — Soon after the Denver Broncos drafted wide receiver Cody Latimer, he received the kind of intense one-on-one tutorial that quarterback Peyton Manning is famous for. "He was so precise. He told me how to stand. Where to put my feet," recalls Latimer.
May 29, 2015

Saw photo of Peyton golfing with Shane Ray. Remember, that's part of his strategy. Some golf hazing. From last year: wsj.com/articles/bad-n…

Will Sunderland be first to declare general election result again?

May 07, 2015

We've done it every election since we became a city in 92. The Malcolm Crosby factor. sunderlandecho.com/news/local/all… #6inarow

May 07, 2015

"Marginal gains"! Dave Smith is the Dave Brailsford of election counting. sunderlandecho.com/news/local/all…

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Jul 27, 2015

I am polling higher in Boston than the Olympics ever did. twitter.com/TrendsBoston/s…

Jul 27, 2015

2024 Olympics were going to be the second biggest sporting moment in Boston in 2024, behind when the deflategate ruling comes down that year

Jul 27, 2015

What is Homer going to with those boxes of Boston 2024 springs. pic.twitter.com/EiA0g1hc6d

Jul 27, 2015

This guy probably has the best "what I did in my week off before training camp" story in the coaches room. twitter.com/STLouisRams/st…

Jul 27, 2015

@justRVB the Joe Philbin Average Quote Society is making this quote their rosetta stone.

Jul 27, 2015

"We haven't had a ton of clunkers" should be the Dolphins' 2015 motto. Inspiring. pic.twitter.com/et0zlGeHtT

Jul 26, 2015

Going to Orlando/NYCFC today. If you told me 5 years ago there'd be an "Orlando section" at Yankee Stadium I'd have...follow up questions.

Jul 24, 2015

Josh Freeman quietly did the impossible: he vindicated Greg Schiano.

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