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NFL Mock Draft 2015: Projections Based on Buzz Surrounding 1st-Round Prospects

It's been a wild offseason so far, and the outlook for the 2015 NFL draft has shifted tremendously as a result. Things kicked off with top-tier veterans like Ndamukong Suh, Julius Thomas and DeMarco Murray signing lucrative contracts with new teams. Show More Summary

Terence Newman Is Perfect Veteran CB to Mentor Young Vikings' Secondary

An emerging secondary led by one of the game's premier defensive teachers is adding a favorite of the instructor to help continue the unit's climb. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Minnesota Vikings have agreed to a one-year...Show More Summary

When the Cowboys really need to find Tony Romo's heir

IRVING, Texas -- Tony Romo turns 35 on April 21. He might say he has four or five years left to play at a high level, but that's not how the Dallas Cowboys can look at it. They need to see a quarterback with two back surgeries, who missed...Show More Summary

Bears sign CB Alan Ball

The Bears have added some depth in the secondary. Alan Ball, a veteran cornerback who has been making the free agent rounds, signed with the Bears today. Ball, who played his college football at Illinois, was a seventh-round pick of the Cowboys in 2007. He spent five years in Dallas, one in Houston and two…

Mulder & Scully investigate the NFL

The X-Files is back, just in time to get to the bottom of the mysteries of the NFL.

Vanderbilt QB Patton Robinette Retires Due to Concussions: Comments and Reaction

Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette has become the latest football player to walk away from the sport due to fears about concussions and long-term health. According to Adam Sparks of The Tennessean, Robinette was the presumed starter...Show More Summary

Let's Take a Look at Ohio State's New CFP Championship Rings

After stomping the Oregon Ducks in January and winning the inaugural College Football Playoff Championship Game, the Ohio State Buckeyes are finally getting a hold of those fancy new rings they earned. Buckeyes wide receivers coach Zach...Show More Summary

9 Juniors with the Best Shot at the Heisman Trophy in 2015

For elite college football players, their junior season is perhaps the most important. By now, they’ ve likely proved their worth to their coaches and programs and achieved a prominent place on their programs' depth charts. They’re veterans. Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft: 1st-Round Order and Prospects with Biggest Stock Changes

The past 48 hours or so speak volumes as to how things surrounding the first round of the NFL draft can change in epic fashion. For those who tuned out for just a few days to instead focus on March Madness, the entirety of the top 10...Show More Summary

5 2014 Stats Miami Dolphins Must Improve Upon in 2015

This week, I took a break from draft predictions and speculations to take a post-mortem look at the Miami Dolphins' 2014 season by looking at statistics they must improve upon. You'll find here that the suggested improvement could lead...Show More Summary

Bears Draft Stock Watch: 5 Players Rising and Falling on Chicago's Board

The Chicago Bears have done a nice job of adding depth to their roster via free agency this offseason, but general manager Ryan Pace knows he needs to build his roster through the draft. "The recipe to winning Super Bowls is stringing...Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch to appear in Ludacris music video for 'Beast Mode'

Lynch is far from the first NFL player who will be in a music video, but he might be the first to have a song named after him.

Ex-special teams coach Mike Westhoff: 'The job I did doesn't exist today'

Former New York Jets special teams coordinator Mike Westhoff, who retired after the 2012 season, has turned down several opportunities to return to coaching. He enjoys his job as a TV and radio analyst, but there's more to it than that. "The job I did doesn't exist today," he said in a phone interview. Show More Summary

Looking at Haloti Ngata's snaps compared to the Detroit Lions past

There shouldn’t be major comparisons made between new Detroit Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata to the man he’ll be replacing in the middle of the defensive line, Ndamukong Suh. This despite the Lions continually saying they felt like...Show More Summary

Michael Sam says other NFL players came out to him as being gay

It has been widely assumed, as it should be, that Michael Sam was not the only gay player in the NFL when he was with the St. Louis Rams and the Dallas Cowboys last year. Sam confirmed that, saying several NFL players contacted him after he was drafted and told him they were gay. Show More Summary

Nebraska Football: Who Has a Starting Role Locked Up?

Nebraska football fans have been watching spring practice closely, searching for clues as to what the team will look like under new head coach Mike Riley. And while there are many more uncertainties this year given new offensive and defensive schemes, we still have a good idea of at least a few starters for next season. Show More Summary

Redskins Draft Stock Watch: 6 Players Rising and Falling on Washington's Board

Rumblings about the state of play at quarterback have a previously unexpected prospect rising up the Washington Redskins' draft board. By contrast, the stock is down for a flexible edge-rusher who seems like a perfect fit for the team's...Show More Summary

Cowboys Draft Stock Watch: 5 Players Rising and Falling on Dallas' Board

The NFL draft is about five weeks away, which means the overanalyzation and constant rhetoric are about to kick into high gear. Because of this, each player's draft stock will be a fickle matter that resembles the New York Stock Exchange. The...Show More Summary

Defensive end could be in Rams' draft plans

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher has never made any bones about his affinity for drafting defensive linemen early and often. In Fisher's two decades as an NFL head coach in Houston, Tennessee and now in St. Louis,Show More Summary

Speed dial: Was quick McCoy deal enough?

PHILADELPHIA -- Chip Kelly does everything fast. His uptempo approach may work on the football field, but it remains to be seen if it is effective in other areas. When Kelly wanted to trade LeSean McCoy, it took about 30 minutes. That information came from Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan. Show More Summary

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