Waivers roundup: Alex Green claimed by New York Jets
The New York Jets bolstered their backfield by claiming Alex Green off waivers from the Green Bay Packers. Find out which other notable players are changing teams in our waivers roundup.
Quentin Jammer, Denver Broncos strike contract
Quentin Jammer might have two chances to exact revenge on his former team, the San Diego Chargers. The Denver Broncos signed the veteran defensive back Wednesday.
Alt Ranks: Too little, too late for the Jets?
Things have gone bad for the New York Jets lately. But did a two-game winning skid ultimately kill their chances to be No. 1?
Ryan Mathews preparing for bigger role with Chargers
The Chargers expected Ryan Mathews to be their running back of the future since they drafted him in 2010. Now, the former first-round pick is getting ready to carry a heavier workload in his third season.
Under-the-radar players will be bargains on the market
The free-agency period will include big-money, big-name signings, but as Jason La Canfora writes, the true value will be in finding the underrated high-quality players.
Exit Interview: Contrary to popular belief, Bolts truly are average
The Chargers missed the playoffs for the second consecutive season, but was this truly surprising? Elliot Harrison says San Diego just isn't as talented as many folks seem to believe.
With five weeks left to vote, Packers' Rodgers pacing the field
Green Bay is the last remaining unbeaten team, and that success is reflected in how fans have voted for the 2012 Pro Bowl.
Raiders, 49ers surge in rankings after big Week 5 victories
The Raiders not only got an emotional win Sunday at Houston, they're among the biggest movers in Elliot Harrison's Week 6 rankings.
From small school to NFL, Chargers' Tolbert has emerged
For all of their offensive stars and prowess, ever-unheralded Mike Tolbert has become a lynchpin for the Chargers. With first-round pick Ryan Mathews off-injured, Tolbert has solidified the run game, balanced the offense and remained a key cog on special teams.