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Mike Brisiel released by Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders released guard Mike Brisiel on Tuesday. Was the cut a salary cap related move to reel in free agent wide receiver DeSean Jackson?
Oakland Raiders' 2013 outlook dire, but hope remains for future
The Oakland Raiders haven't finished above .500 since 2002, and 2013 already looks bleak. Is there any hope for Darren McFadden and Co.? Gil Brandt explains why the future offers promise.
Houston Texans: All-time underrated, overrated players
The Houston Texans have only been an NFL franchise for a mere 11 seasons, but that doesn't mean they haven't had their fare share of overrated and underrated players.
ATL Film Room: The sound and fury of Geno Atkins
Geno Atkins notched his 13th sack of the season Sunday. So why isn't this Cincinnati Bengal a household name? Marc Sessler takes a look at the dominant defender in this week's ATL Film Room.
Gary Kubiak: Texans' Duane Brown suffers bone bruise
Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said the team was lucky that left tacke Duane Brown suffered only a bone bruise to his leg at practice. The Texans had feared the worst.
Packers, Patriots and Eagles top board; Giants at No. 6
Philadelphia was one of the most disappointing teams in the NFL last season, but Gil Brandt predicts big things for Michael Vick and Co. in 2012, placing the Eagles at No. 3 in his Power Rankings.
Raiders expect OL Mike Brisiel to be on-field coach
With the Oakland Raiders implementing a zone-blocking scheme under new offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, the team is expecting free-agent acquisition Mike Brisiel to act as a coach on the field.
AFC West holes to fill: Health will be Chiefs' biggest concern
The Broncos went and got Peyton Manning in the offseason, but was it enough to secure another division title? Elliot Harrison looks at the voids on each AFC West roster.
Texans regroup during offseason of heavy turnover
The Texans have talent to spare on their roster, but the defection of several key veterans will create a new look and feel to Houston's locker room next season. Will chemistry issues hurt the team?