Notes and analysis on receiver Allen Robinson signing with the Los Angeles Rams.
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Our USFL preview continues with the New Orleans Breakers, who want to play faster than you can think under Larry Fedora.
Notes and analysis on cornerback J.C. Jackson signing with the Los Angeles Chargers.
Can a league which has never played a game have a defending champion? The Philadelphia Stars make their case. Plus, supplemental draft news.
If you're looking for a pass-rusher or a cornerback, this year's free agency class is ripe for the pickings. If you'd prefer a defensive tackle or linebacker, maybe wait until the draft.
Todd Haley! Jordan Ta'amu! A $10 triple-header! Our team-by-team USFL previews turn to the projected best team in the South as Bandit Ball goes airborne.
Our free agency preview begins on offense, where there is an absolute glut of wide receivers to fit any budget or role. If you're looking for a quarterback, on the other hand, you may be out of luck.
Jeff Fisher! Shea Patterson! Contentious lawsuits! Our team-by-team USFL previews begin with an update on whether or not the league will actually be able to use any of the intellectual property it has been advertising for months.
The combine is back, and with it comes the return of Speed Scores! Six different backs scored 110 or better, the most since 2012. And every top prospect but one can be happy with their performance Friday night.
In the NFC South, the Panthers need QB and an offensive line. The Buccaneers need QB and 10,000 fewer free agents. The Saints need QB and $80 million in cap space. The Falcons need QB and also one of everything else, please.