Which NFL team would be at the top of your power rankings? Our Dave Richard and Heath Cummings break down Brad Gagnon’s all-time rankings.
The draft is now under three weeks away. Jason La Canfora explains why Randy Gregory might not slide as far as some suggest and much more.
At the recent owners meeting, owners heard a detailed, hourlong update on the Inglewood stadium proposal and the competing vision for Carson.
The presentations impressed the owners with New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, a member of the league’s committee on Los Angeles opportunities, predicting two teams in L.A. by next year.
“We have some real good options,” Kraft said. “And now we’ll see what happens in the end game.”
The big initial wave of free-agent signings has come and gone. The second wave is underway, with the next tier of players beginning to disappear from the market (the most recent example: quarterback Matt Schaub, after one failed season in Oakland, signed with the Ravens Tuesday to back up Joe Flacco).
There are still recognizable names out there — but they come with strings attached, most of them aging or fragile strings, or both. Such is the case with the most accomplished name of the top 10 free agents still available.
The Cowboys had just over $2 million of available cap space and Romo was due to count $27.773 million against the cap in 2015 and more than $80 million over the subsequent four seasons. Details of the restructure have not yet been revealed, but they will presumably allow the team flexibility to make moves for the remainder of the 2015 offseason including targeting Vikings running back Adrian Peterson
The 2015 wide receiver draft class does not lack confidence as they are eager to take on the game’s top cornerbacks in the NFL.
Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota are not going to attend the NFL Draft. Doug Gottlieb discusses the implications on and if it will affect the integrity of the NFL Draft.
When was the last time that the best two players in the draft were not there to heat their name called?
GatorVision’s Kelly Price takes a look at how the University of Florida defense is playing under new defensive coordinator Geoff Collins this spring.
Doug Gottlieb discusses if the Cowboys should go after Adrian Peterson to replace the departed DeMarco Murray. Dp you think the Cowboys should go after Peterson?