"The NFL has a policy prohibiting team ownership when one is employed by a media outlet. However, it only applies to those in positions of authority."
"It wasn’t until that 5-week XFL stint that I saw the monotony of the week after week."
"He's bad at highlights, he's bad at interviews, he doesn't relay information, he's no longer funny, and he can't speak in soundbytes."
"Even in the future, I wanna be great at what I do. That takes time strategizing, and learning, and evolving."
Olsen creates the perception that he studies each team, breaking down film of offenses and defenses, in preparation for the telecast.
The opportunities that could be available for the burned-out Rams coach won't be as lucrative as they were a year ago.
"It wasn’t necessarily the glitz and glamor. It was the relationships; it was the preparation; it was the craft.”
If Brady frequently harped on players and the level of performance on the field, would he risk becoming the NFL's John Smoltz?
"I'm not always right obviously, no one's always right. But they're gonna ask my opinion, and I'm gonna give it."
If reports are true, Fox now might as well have Brady walk in front of the camera during those "America's Game of the Week" promos.