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Tom Brady had nothing left to prove. Already considered the Greatest of All Time, Brady finally walked away from the NFL on Wednesday following the most difficult, emotionally draining season in his life. Brady leaves with seven Super Bowl rings, five Super Bowl MVP awards, numerous other honors and nearly every passing record in league history. His success on the field is unmatched and his career accomplishments long ago cemented his Pro Football Hall of Fame credentials. But Brady’s legacy stretches beyond the field, his championships and his 89,214 passing yards and 649 touchdowns.
FILE - San Francisco 49ers' Keith Fahnhorst (71) and Joe Montana, rear, signal a touchdown as teammate Johnny Davis scores against the Dallas Cowboys during the NFC title game at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Jan. 10, 1982. The 49ers-Cowboys playoff history is a rich one from back-to-back conference title games in the early 1970s, the iconic “Catch” in the 1981 season and then the heated rivalry in the 1990s when the Cowboys won the first two meetings on the way to Super Bowl titles and then the Niners took the third game. (AP Photo/File)
New York Giants fans have Super Bowl hopes for the first time in years and first-year coach Brian Daboll is being compared to Bill Parcells.
For Damar Hamlin's teammates, peers and everyone in the NFL community, going back to work is not business as usual.
Joe Thomas, Darrelle Revis and Dwight Freeney are finalists in their first year of eligibility for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2023.
Daniel Jones threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more and the New York Giants routed the Indianapolis Colts 38-10 to make the playoffs for the first time since 2016.
Kyle Dugger intercepted Teddy Bridgewater and returned it 39 yards for a go-ahead touchdown late in the third quarter, and the New England Patriots kept their playoff hopes alive by rallying to beat the Miami Dolphins 23-21.
With the start of 2023 on the horizon, Eagle sports columnist Howard Herman reflects on some events that stand out in his memory from 2022.
Welcome to the joyous walls of Kolodkins' Corner where The Eagle's Jesse Kolodkin explains why the Patriots need to bite the bullet and just tank.