AFC East: Mike Singletary

Video: Greatest NFL tirades

December, 1, 2010
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There's no news value to this video. But it sure is a lot of fun to watch.

"SportsCenter" provides a rundown of the 10 greatest NFL tirades. Talk about your favorites (or any you think should have been included) in the comments section. My personal favorites: Nos. 5, 3 and 2.

No denying Rex Ryan a fascinating figure

August, 24, 2010
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Pro Football Weekly executive editor Dan Arkush, inspired by Dos Equis, assembled his list of the 10 most interesting men in the NFL.

Only one AFC East representative made the list, but he came in at No. 1.

1. Rex Ryan, Jets head coach: "Cable television and the National Football League have a new superstar in Ryan, an irreverent son of a gun if there ever was one, who continues to capture the fancy of pro football watchers far and wide," Arkush writes. "To me, Ryan is pro football's answer to major-league baseball's Ozzie Guillen, displaying a flair for grabbing the limelight with an equally brash demeanor well-suited for a major media market. He makes me laugh and wince at the same time, and he is never, ever boring."

2. Brett Favre, Vikings quarterback

3. Mike Singletary, 49ers head coach

4. Mike Martz, Bears offensive coordinator

5. Roger Goodell, NFL commissioner

6. Jim Irsay, Colts owner

7. Tony Romo, Cowboys quarterback

8. Matt Leinart, Cardinals quarterback

9. Al Davis, Raiders owner

10. Tim Tebow, Broncos quarterback

How does Tom Brady not make the list?

Who else do you think deserved to be included?

Brady, Marino in running for top pick

April, 8, 2010
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With 10 days remaining in the NFL's attempt to determine the 75 greatest draft picks of all-time, the league released the top 20 candidates after fans have cast nearly 40 million votes.

The project was put together to celebrate the 75th draft, which begins April 22. NFL.com editors got us started by narrowing each team's list of candidates down to the top 10.

Fans can vote through April 18 at NFL.com. Parts of the list will be revealed on NFL.com and the NFL Network beginning April 19. The top 10 will be saved for the draft telecast.

These 20 players, listed in alphabetical order, have received the most votes so far:

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