The Schultz Report

Outspoken and candid, the 31-year-old star defensive end is making a very positive difference off the field.
Because no more important backup position exists in the NFL than at quarterback.
"It gets harder as the kids get older," the future Hall of Fame quarterback said.
Golf's top dog tells HuffPost he's "hitting the ball better today than I was when I injured myself."
What makes Golden State truly outstanding is its commitment to dominant defense.
Hoops and academics share equal importance for Wendell Carter Jr. and Evina Westbrook.
The five-time Pro Bowl running back has come out of retirement to play for his hometown team.
A highly flawed roster has been exposed against the Bulls.
The former Stanford standout has all of the tools to become an NFL star.
The NFC Champs lock up one of the league's brightest young defensive stars.