Even in the offseason, NFL education never ends
While minicamps and OTAs are underway, some consider May and June to be the slow months for the NFL. With that in mind, it's the perfect time to learn more about the game.
Final mock draft: Patriots trade up for LB
With the draft rolling along, check out how Pat's first-round projections panned out. Keith Rivers to the Bengals? Sedrick Ellis to the Saints? Yup, he had those, and othes.
Dearth of talent at safety, guard, tight end has teams scrambling
There is not much safety help coming in a draft that features just one player considered to be a potential first-round talent. The news isn't much better for those teams looking for guards and tight ends.
Gibbs' emotional week ends badly
Simulating Tony Romo's ability to create on the run turned out to be good rehearsal for Aaron Rogers, who used those same skills to frustrate the Cowboys' defense after replacing Brett Favre midway through the first quarter of Thursday's game.
Maryland guard Crummey gets the boot for, from combine
Maryland's Andrew Crummey revealed publicly for the first time that he not only had re-broken his left fibula, but that he had undergone surgery to repair the damage, an event that has him sitting on the sidelines at the combine.
Pro Bowl notebook: Redskins' Taylor honored
Taking a page out of the Washington Redskins' playbook, the NFC lined up in a missing-man formation on defense to open the 2008 Pro Bowl on Sunday.
Seahawks no longer just an offensive juggernaut
The Seahawks are known for their offense, but Ira Miller points out that the team's revamped defense deserves credit for advancing to the next round of the playoffs.