24 Jul 2006, 02:44pm by P. Ryan Wilson
DJ Gallo answers a bunch of pressing questions as we approach the start of NFL training camps.
59 comments, Last at 29 Jul 2006, 2:10pm by Oswlek
24 Jul 2006, 11:56am by Michael David Smith
Peter King says this is the time for optimism for fans of all 32 teams.
61 comments, Last at 26 Jul 2006, 3:14pm by GlennW
23 Jul 2006, 08:22pm by Russell Levine
Between Bengals arrests over the weekend, the Kansas City Chiefs signed cornerback Ty Law to a "five year" deal. What are the odds Law is looking for yet another team next offseason?
28 comments, Last at 25 Jul 2006, 1:27pm by GlennW
23 Jul 2006, 08:01pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Let's say Reggie Bush decides to hold out for the 2006 season. In a just world the Saints would be in a position to draft him next April too.
65 comments, Last at 28 Jul 2006, 7:49pm by JRM
23 Jul 2006, 06:41pm by Michael David Smith
In other news, Dog Bites Man, Sun Rises in East, Pope Practices Catholicism.
15 comments, Last at 24 Jul 2006, 9:24pm by Powles
23 Jul 2006, 12:29am by P. Ryan Wilson
If we count Mario Williams, that's two down and 30 to go before camps open next week.
7 comments, Last at 27 Jul 2006, 1:50am by Travis
22 Jul 2006, 12:09pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Bill Simmons has some thoughts on how to fix fantasy football.
37 comments, Last at 24 Jul 2006, 2:16pm by Peter
21 Jul 2006, 02:34pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Clark Judge lists his top five veteran backup quarterbacks and miraculously, Jeff Garcia makes the cut. Some former starters who didn't: Joey Harrington, Kyle Boller, Charlie Batch, Tim Rattay and Patrick Ramsey.
18 comments, Last at 27 Jul 2006, 2:27pm by bravehoptoad
21 Jul 2006, 01:11pm by P. Ryan Wilson
This is a shame. It looks like Marshall Faulk's playing days could be over, which means we can immediately start the "Is he a first ballot Hall of Famer?" discussions.
29 comments, Last at 23 Jul 2006, 2:59pm by Zac
The 2016 study of failed completions finds an undesirable record for Joe Flacco, and praise for... Matt Barkley? Also: another depressing Rams sequel, Matt Ryan's weak spot, gadget receivers, and Tom Coughlin's teams are on the rise.