05 Mar 2015, 06:04pm by The Outsiders
This will be a running thread to discuss and announce major salary-cap related player cuts before teams all need to be under the 2015 salary cap on March 10. (Click to read more.)
91 comments, Last at 2:02am by theslothook
04 Mar 2015, 01:48pm by Aaron Schatz
Well, the Bills certainly are tired of being ignored in the headlines. Second day, second trade. They will send those infamous "undisclosed draft picks" to Minnesota for Matt Cassel. Cassel is the very definition of a replacement-level quarterback and will replace Kyle Orton, who was slightly better than that. Have fun throwing endless screen passes to Sammy Watkins and LeSean McCoy, Matthew.
62 comments, Last at 2:18am by Will Allen
03 Mar 2015, 07:34pm by Tom Gower
Trade-bomb from Adam Schefter: The Bills have notified LB Kiko Alonso he will be traded to the Philadelphia Eagles for RB LeSean McCoy.
117 comments, Last at 05 Mar 2015, 9:53pm by tbwhite
02 Mar 2015, 10:00pm by Vincent Verhei
Andre Johnson is second behind Reggie Wayne among active players in both receptions and receiving yards, but it appears two-time NFL receiving champion has reached the end of the line in Houston. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that the Texans have given Johnson permission to seek a trade, and if no deal can be made, they will cut the best player in franchise history.
33 comments, Last at 06 Mar 2015, 12:03am by theslothook
02 Mar 2015, 02:53pm by Vincent Verhei
Here is all your 2015 franchise tag news. (Click to read more.)
64 comments, Last at 04 Mar 2015, 10:43pm by Will Allen
27 Feb 2015, 06:33pm by Matt Waldman
Hewlett has consulted with NFL, UFL, and NCAA coaches and continues to work with quarterbacks in the SEC, ACC, Big 10 and other conferences. He joins Matt Waldman in the RSP Film Room.
1 comment, Last at 04 Mar 2015, 3:40pm by umuddafadda
27 Feb 2015, 01:24pm by Aaron Schatz
For years now, analytics people have been attempting to find some sort of correlation between NFL combine results and success in the league, so we can use the combine to provide some guidance on who should be drafted, and when. For the most part, these studies fail to find any connection. Even when we play around with combine results here at FO, we don't really get good forecasts unless we blend them with college game stats, as in Playmaker Score and SackSEER. This is a really interesting theory from Brian Burke over at Advanced Football Analytics explaining why this is.
2 comments, Last at 28 Feb 2015, 1:43pm by Mr Shush
24 Feb 2015, 02:16pm by Vincent Verhei
Neil Paine at FiveThirtyEight has a look at the folks at Electronic Arts who determine which players get a 95 and which get a 94, and then deal with the fallout from unhappy NFL stars. Includes a brief look at the history of football video games, including the phenomenally under-rated Front Page Sports: Football Pro, which had the best playbook editor I've ever seen.
17 comments, Last at 27 Feb 2015, 7:00pm by Lance
24 Feb 2015, 07:48am by Matt Waldman
Chris Conley blew up the Combine. He looks good on tape, too.
Did you know the Chargers started five different centers in 2014, or that the Ravens placed five cornerbacks on IR? Part II of our 2014 AGL study looks at injuries by unit.