Ryan W. Bradley squirms through a film about a man like he was, not long ago: undiagnosed, violent, and about to hit bottom.
Men cling to bachelorhood as a defining chapter of their lives, but becoming a husband and father is much more personally defining than being single could ever be, writes Ryan W. Bradley.
In the Super Bowl Preview version of his NFL Diary, Ryan Bradley calls bullshit on the idea that Peyton Manning needs to win to cement his legacy.
After the NFL’s “Black Monday,” 7 coaches are out and 3 new ones in. In a playoff version of his weekly NFL Diary, Ryan Bradley looks at the coaching carousel. Are teams making the right hires? Who still needs to go? Here’s the rundown.
Ryan Bradley’s a big enough man, a good enough man, to admit what he got right this year, and what he got wrong. He looks back in Week 17 of his NFL Diary.
Last week, Ryan Bradley jinxed the Eagles. In Week 15, he wonders why Tony Romo has to share so much of the blame for the Cowboys’ struggles when his defense might just be the worst in franchise history.
In Week 14, Ryan Bradley dissects Chip Kelly’s success in his inaugural season as an NFL coach, the Eagles having won 5 in a row and poised to make the playoffs.
When his second son was born, Ryan Bradley hoped he’d grow up to be a sports fan. In Week 13 of his NFL Diary, he tells us that you should always be careful what you wish for.
In Week 12 of his NFL Diary, Ryan Bradley tells us what he’s thankful for. And what he’s thankful for is football on Thanksgiving.
Week 11 of his NFL Diary is all about the Broncos and Chiefs. Ryan Bradley breaks down what we learned from Sunday night’s showdown.
Some fans root for teams to go undefeated. Ryan Bradley’s more interested in who might go winless. He was sorely disappointed by Week 10.
In last week’s diary, Ryan Bradley handed out his awards for the first half of the NFL season. This week he hands out his anti-awards.
The season is halfway home and it’s time to distribute some hardware. In Week 8 of his NFL Diary, Ryan Bradley hands out his first half awards.
Maybe it’s the fact that Halloween is just around the corner, but Ryan Bradley can’t help notice that this season just keeps getting weirder and weirder. Week 7 of his NFL Diary.
Ryan Bradley plays couch coach in Week 6 of his NFL Diary. His advice: fire Tom Coughlin, bench Eli Manning and Matt Schaub, and sign you know who.
The Super Bowl looks as far off as ever for Gonzalez, Romo’s O-line playing like sieves, and Jeff Tuel basically told by coaches he doesn’t have what it takes after only 20 pass attempts. Ryan Bradley tells us who he’s feeling sorry for in week 5’s NFL Diary.