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On the heels of Andrew Luck's new megadeal, we look back at 2015 to see which quarterbacks earned their money, and which were overpaid.
Better late than never, it's the Month in Quotes for May, when people were talking about new jobs, new quarterbacks, new cities, new music, and New England.
Why is the NFL so reluctant to change a scheduling process that handicaps so many teams?
After free agency and before the draft, Peyton Manning takes center stage in the NFL one last time.
This guest column by Phil Watkins looks for which combine drills have best predicted success for tight ends in the NFL, and comes away very unimpressed by the 2016 class.
What is everyone talking about this combine season? Chalupas, nipples, pregnancy, and browser history.
Fallout from the divisional round of the playoffs dominate the quotes this week.
The Week In Quotes is back just in time for the playoffs. Wonder what people are saying about that game in Minnesota?
While Mississippi State and LSU kick off the SEC schedule, Michigan, Notre Dame, and Oregon all face crucial non-conference contests.
Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL, and should be the highest-paid. We can all agree on that. But this guest column by Kevin Kolbe explains why salaries for other quarterbacks are all out of whack.