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Just like old times: Gruden sequel is fascinating
Jon Gruden is back coaching the Raiders, and he spent the offseason being mocked for collecting old veteran free agents.
NFL's Cardinals confirm executive cited for DUI
Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim was cited for driving under the influence over the July 4 holiday, the NFL team confirmed on Saturday. "We are aware of the incident on Wednesday involving Steve Keim," the team said in a statement. "Steve immediately alerted the team who
Tyler Gaffney returns to baseball after four years chasing NFL dream
Baseball always was Tyler Gaffney?s first love, and after four seasons spent chasing a football dream, the former running back has returned to the diamond. ?I was all-in for football, [but] over the years, I missed baseball,? Gaffney said, via James Crabtree-Hannigan of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. ?
New faces in new places: Coaching changes could get Marcus Mariota back on track
Matt LaFleur can revitalize Marcus Mariota's on-field career and his fantasy prospects.
15 Most Important Bears of 2018: No. 14 - Trey Burton
Chicago Bears TE Trey Burton will be one of the most important variables in Matt Nagy's attempt to transform the offense into an explosive and productive unit in 2018.
NFL.com's head coaching rankings: Where does Jason Garrett fit in?
NFL.com analyst Elliot Harrison recently revealed his 2018 NFL coach rankings. You get one guess who is No. 1. Naaaah, you don't even get one guess. The Cowboys' Jason Garrett? He's ranked 15th. One thing about the 14 head coaches ranked ahead of Garrett. Almost all have either won a Super
Pro Football Weekly's 2018 Specialist rankings
Pro Football Weekly's player rankings are compiled with the help of NFL evaluators and coaches, with input from the entire PFW staff. Players are ranked on their performances to date at positions they've played and are not projected at new positions which they might move. Rookies are not included
On a star-studded Rams defense, Cory Littleton quietly finds a role
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- If Los Angeles Rams linebackers coach Joe Barry had his way, he would have started coaching Cory Littleton more than two years ago. Barry, a former assistant with the Washington Redskins, implored the Redskins to select Littleton in the 2016 draft. "When we were in Washington
Projecting the NFL's Best Position Battles as Training Camp Looms
The Dallas Cowboys lack a true No. 1 wide receiver. Of course, the scheme will help create space for the receivers to operate. It also falls on the individuals to win one-on-one matchups. Whoever does so on a consistent basis will demand the most targets. Rookies Michael Gallup, Cedrick Wilson and Noah
Which first-round rookie on the Cowboys schedule worries you most?
It feels like it's been a decade, but only two years have passed since Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott led a renaissance of sorts within the Dallas Cowboys as rookies. Dak ultimately won Rookie of the Year honors that season (Zeke had a great case for it as well as MVP), and the impact of what rookies
Checking in on the Arizona Cardinals 2018 Opponents with SB Nation
Happy Saturday one and all. Hope your weekend is a good one. The Arizona Cardinals are on a bit of a break, but there is plenty of information on their opponents heading into the season. We have looked over the NFC North and AFC West, now, we take a look at a couple of the teams that finished third in
Bengals Bytes: Keeping up with the players' offseason adventures
Bengals Describe Offseason Adventures Remember the first day of school when you were a kid and the teacher would ask everybody to stand up and tell the class what you did over the summer? I enjoy basically doing that each year in the Bengals locker room. Here are some of the interesting adventures that
Sculpting the Offense: How the Bears can get the most out of Allen Robinson
From the second that Alshon Jeffery left the Chicago Bears, the team had a sizable hole at the wide receiver position. Instead of making up for that departure with a high-upside free agent signing or a draft pick, general manager Ryan Pace decided to stick with the duo of Cameron Meredith and Kevin White
Dolphins' running backs ranked 28th by ESPN
The lack of respect continues to pour in by the national media, with ESPN once again at the forefront. This time, the ?world wide leader in sports? ranked all 32 NFL teams' running backs, and you won't believe where they ranked Kenyan Drake, Frank Gore and Kalen Ballage. 28. Miami Dolphins Top
Geno Atkins beat the odds to become one of the NFL's most unblockable players
Geno Atkins is one of the interior pass rushers in the NFL. Atkins is easily one of the most important players for the Bengals, largely because of the attention he attracts from the offensive line. He also has the ability to blow up a play at any given time. Atkins has another adjective to add: Unblockable