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Keith Schleiden

Keith Schleiden

Editor-in-chief
Pro Football Weekly

Editor-in-chief Keith Schleiden manages the PFW editorial team and oversees all content planning for the company's print and web products. A graduate of Marquette University with degrees in journalism and political science, Schleiden joined Pro Football Weekly in 1993 after working in the sports departments of the Milwaukee Sentinel and Cheboygan (Mich.) Daily Tribune. During his time with PFW, Schleiden has covered 14 Super Bowls and has been on site for the NFL draft, the Scouting Combine and the Senior Bowl. One of his favorite PFW memories is being cussed at by then-Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer for admitting that he checked "Bootlegger's Boy," Switzer's autobiography, out of the library instead of buying the book to do research for a feature story. When not obsessing over all things football, Schleiden quarterbacks a family of five that includes his wife, two sons and a daughter.

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Jim Harbaugh will let son play football

Posted Jan. 28, 2013 @ 9:11 p.m. ET
In his second press conference of the week, a loose Jim Harbaugh joked about President Obama's worries about football and more.

New Orleans is great, but SB rotation is the way to go

Posted Jan. 28, 2013 @ 6:07 p.m. ET
There's an argument to be made for making New Orleans the permanent host city of the Super Bowl, but it would be the wrong move, writes Keith Schleiden.

Keith Schleiden's 2012 NFL predictions

Posted Sept. 04, 2012 @ 5:11 p.m. ET
PFW editor-in-chief Keith Schleiden forecasts a title game that has a Super Bowl XXXI flavor, which was also played in New Orleans.

Getting to know ... Ross Ventrone

Posted Feb. 04, 2012 @ 2:03 p.m. ET
Patriots DB Ross Ventrone is more recognized for his lengthy list of transactions than his play, but he has been a contributor to New England's success.

Super Bowl players agree on LSU, Alabama pro prospects

Posted Feb. 02, 2012 @ 8:09 p.m. ET
Players from the Giants and Patriots rave about the NFL futures of Morris Claiborne and Trent Richardson.

Coughlin: It's still us against the world

Posted Feb. 02, 2012 @ 2:04 p.m. ET
Tom Coughlin addressed his team's underdog role, confident talk by his players and his time as the Jaguars' head coach in his Tuesday press conference.

Belichick: Patriots still have work to do

Posted Feb. 02, 2012 @ 1:04 p.m. ET
Bill Belichick addressed Spygate, how explosive his offense will have to be to win on Sunday, and Rob Gronkowski in his Thursday morning press conference.

Coughlin believes Gronkowski will play

Posted Feb. 01, 2012 @ 4:14 p.m. ET
Tom Coughlin addressed Rob Gronkowski's status, Chase Blackburn's return to New York and his team's philosophy on edge rushers on Wednesday.

Belichick: Gronkowski day-to-day

Posted Feb. 01, 2012 @ 2:43 p.m. ET
Bill Belichick addressed Rob Gronkowski, the roster overhaul in New England and the Pro Bowl, among other things, in his Wednesday press conference.

Now fans can enjoy Media Day experience

Posted Jan. 31, 2012 @ 6:46 p.m. ET
How much would you pay to watch 5,000 or so media types shout mostly inane questions at the players and coaches involved in Super Bowl XLVI?

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