The Mueller Report on the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice situation came out Thursday, and the conclusions were as expected.

It was critical in a way that was safe to the league, saying the NFL should have done more with the information it had. But it denied what many people believe to be key truths: that someone with power in the NFL had seen the elevator video of Rice and that someone at the NFL confirmed getting the video.

In other words, it's a pretty convenient conclusion that the NFL will hope supports its claims but that those who are skeptical will continue to question.

cooler heads The Suns' Marcus Morris yelled at head coach Jeff Hornacek during Wednesday's Wolves game, but he later apologized via Twitter.

not 100 percent Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has a slight tear in his calf muscle, per It's unclear how much it will impact him Sunday.