Running backs can be easily overlooked with the NFL's emphasis on high-flying passing attacks. But dynamic ball carriers like Arian Foster and LeSean McCoy are still capable of jump-starting an offense. With the running back landscape constantly changing, who ranks as the game's best? Daniel Jeremiah will hand out medals to the top three backs later today.
Here's what else is on tap:
• Twenty eight NFL teams will take to the field for organized team activities on Thursday. Watch NFL Network's "Total Access" at 7 p.m. ET for the latest news, including updates from Aditi Kinkhabwala in Washington, Kimberly Jones with the Jets, Ian Rapoport in New Orleans and Albert Breer with the Patriots.
• The latest edition of "The Top 100: Players of 2012" sparked plenty of controversy. Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson took issue with Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning being named the No. 50 player after missing all of last season. And Gregg Rosenthal writes that Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newtondeserves to be ranked ahead of Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford.
• The NFL doesn't employ a lottery system to determine its draft order. But what if the league followed the same model the NBA does? Chad Reuter will examine how the NFL landscape might change if the draft order were left up to chance.
• Father's Day will be here soon, and NFL Shop is the perfect place to shop for your dad's gift, with sales on everything from polos to NFL-themed golf bags.