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ProFootballTalk: Beating Russell Okung a major priority for Patriots

The PFT crew demonstrates how the Patriots defensive line will go about attacking Seahawks’ LT Russell Okung and on the flip-side, how the Seahawks will try to stop Patriots’ DE Rob Ninkovich.

Tennessee Football: The Vols' Most Underrated Recruits of 2015

On Feb. 4, 2015, Butch Jones will put the finishing touches on his third recruiting class as the head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers. While Jones's first class, assembled in the final two months before national signing day in 2013,...Show More Summary

Underrated 2015 College Football Recruits on the Rise

The clock is winding down on the 2015 recruiting class, but a few prospects have quietly emerged as prospects who are underrated in the eyes of recruiting services. In the case of some prospects, a big senior year caused their offerShow More Summary

Power Ranking the 10 Greatest College Football QBs of All Time

What makes for a great college quarterback? Is it based on awards won? Titles claimed? Victories achieved? Statistics compiled? Yes, all of those things and so much more. We've just completed our fifth straight season in which a quarterback has won the Heisman Trophy, the award given to college football's top player. Show More Summary

Wilson’s running is a different challenge for the Patriots

Seattle’s Russell Wilson was the most prolific running quarterback in the NFL this season, and it wasn’t close. And that means the Patriots are in for a challenge they haven’t yet seen on Super Bowl Sunday. Wilson carried 118 times for 849 yards during the regular season, by far the most of any quarterback in…

Vikings likely to miss out on Duron Carter

MINNEAPOLIS -- It appears the Minnesota Vikings' efforts to land another receiver named Carter will come up empty-handed. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported on Tuesday evening that Montreal Alouettes receiver Duron Carter -- a CFL...Show More Summary

Seahawks DE Michael Bennett says Patriots should stop having sex

Michael Bennett was a quote machine during Super Bowl Media Day. Here's a look at the six best nuggets that Bennett offered.

ProFootballTalk: Super Bowl XLIX media day recap

Carolyn Manno and Kathryn Tappen recap Super Bowl XLIX media day including some of the ridiculous questions that were asked and Marshawn Lynch’s decision to answer every question with the same response.

Charlie Strong's Complicated Quest for His Next Teddy Bridgewater at Texas

Since first stepping on the Louisville campus, Teddy Bridgewater was a weapon for Charlie Strong's offense. The numbers don't lie. In three years, Bridgewater completed 72 touchdown passes and threw for more than 9,800 yards. Per Louisville...Show More Summary

Buccaneers Free Agency: Projecting Contract Offers for Tampa Bay

The 2-14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers might be looking to cut some dead weight this offseason, but there may be some players at the end of their contracts who deserve a second shot in Tampa Bay. Free agency has not been kind to the Buccaneers in recent years. Show More Summary

Tom Brady vs. Richard Sherman Is 'Feature Attraction' of Super Bowl XLIX

Super Bowl XLIX promises to be an exciting clash between the defending champion Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots. Which underlying matchups should fans pay attention to? Who will come out on top? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms and NBC's Cris Collinsworth preview Super Bowl XLIX in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Marshawn Lynch, Thrill-Seekers Notch Blowout Super Bowl Media Day Win over Media

Renegade folk hero Marshawn Lynch struck another blow for the little guy on the first day of Super Bowl media availability. As FOX Sports's Alex Marvez wrote on Twitter, the Seattle Seahawks' star tailback told the assembled horde of...Show More Summary

Why the New York Jets Absolutely Must Retain David Harris

The New York Jets are a team in rebuilding mode after reshaping the front office earlier this offseason. Re-signing a linebacker in his 30s is usually not a good idea for a rebuilding squad. Nonetheless, David Harris is an integral part...Show More Summary

Scenes from Media Day: Deflategate Just Adds to the Circus

PHOENIX — The first noticeable difference with this Media Day from the approximately 20 others that I've covered was the abundance of potty jokes. And ball jokes. And balls in potty jokes. Sixth-grade humor was on full display. There was, of course, the normal stupidity. Show More Summary

Odds 5-Star CeCe Jefferson Commits to Florida, Alabama, Auburn, LSU or Ole Miss

Once thought to be a lock to the home-standing Florida Gators, 5-star defensive end CeCe Jefferson will have Gator Nation and fanbases such as Alabama, Auburn, LSU and Ole Miss sweating out his decision on national signing day. He'sShow More Summary

5 Mistakes the Miami Dolphins Can't Afford to Make This Offseason

Entering general manager Dennis Hickey’s second offseason as the Miami Dolphins’ key personnel decision-maker, the pressure couldn’t be higher. He’s faced with the task of cleaning up after recent free-agency splurges have failed toShow More Summary

Scott Fitterer chooses to stay in Seattle rather than join Eagles front office

The Eagles have been searching for a personnel executive to assist coach Chip Kelly in the front office since reorganizing their hierarchy and moving Howie Roseman out of the General Manager job earlier this month. It’s been a fitful process for the Eagles, who have seen overtures blocked by teams and the candidates themselves. Seahawks…

Super Bowl media day isn't much about football, but it's fun

PHOENIX -- Another zany Super Bowl media day circus has come and gone. Here are a few of the highlights, or lowlights, depending on how you look at it: Marshawn Lynch saved himself half a million bucks: Lynch walked in to the roar of the 12s in the stands at the U.S. Show More Summary

Hey, Jets fans, Darrelle Revis has no empathy for your pain

So, let's see. Since being traded by the New York Jets, Darrelle Revis has pocketed $28 million and will play in Super Bowl XLIX this Sunday in Glendale, Arizona. The Jets? They're 12-20 without Revis, rebuilding with a new regime. The...Show More Summary

WATCH: Marshawn Lynch finally has answers -- in a Progressive ad

Marshawn Lynch loves talking to the media -- if he's being paid to do it.

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