23 Apr 2014, 01:35am by Rivers McCown
Chase Stuart studies recent trades for first-round picks. The conclusion? That general managers rarely pull these off for self-preservation.
2 comments, Last at 11:54am by MilkmanDanimal
22 Apr 2014, 06:42am by Mike Tanier
That's right, folks: TWO historical draft yarns by yours truly on Sports on Earth this week. While researching the story on the Supplemental Draft in 1984, I began following some of the loose threads of George Allen's career. The result: the strange story of the 1970s Redskins and their habit of trading every draft choice they owned, and at least one that they didn't!
21 Apr 2014, 09:45pm by Rivers McCown
A seventh-round pick was all it took for Oakland to give up on Terrelle Pryor.
20 comments, Last at 12:41pm by mehllageman56
21 Apr 2014, 07:23am by Mike Tanier
A look back at the 1984 USFL supplemental draft that brought Steve Young, Reggie White, and others into the NFL.
9 comments, Last at 22 Apr 2014, 10:58am by Bright Blue Shorts
21 Apr 2014, 03:53am by Rivers McCown
Chase Stuart looks at the recent history linking new regimes and how quickly they select quarterbacks.
1 comment, Last at 21 Apr 2014, 10:39am by t.d.
21 Apr 2014, 03:50am by Rivers McCown
An anonymous coach and Rick Spielman get together and talk about how tough their jobs are. Then, Peter discusses the case for Pat Tillman's number to be retired.
3 comments, Last at 22 Apr 2014, 11:33pm by LionInAZ
18 Apr 2014, 12:39pm by Rivers McCown
Robert Klemko looks into some concussion research scientists are conducting on rats.
7 comments, Last at 21 Apr 2014, 1:55am by Jerry
17 Apr 2014, 11:28am by Matt Waldman
What if you could see the difference between the average college player, NFL prospect, NFL veteran, and NFL star through the lens of errors per season?
8 comments, Last at 19 Apr 2014, 6:10pm by LionInAZ
16 Apr 2014, 10:28am by Matt Waldman
I see the good from Andre Williams, but will he show it often enough on the field?
You've just been awarded an NFL expansion team and must build your personnel department. How would you do it? Matt Waldman takes on the exercise.