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St. Louis Rams' 5-Step Plan to Success In 2015 - Turf Show Times
Football is a science. And the only way to succeed is by having the right formula. Here’s a super serious 5-step offseason plan for the St. Louis Rams in 2015.

NFL mock draft 2015: Arizona Cardinals mock 3.0 with 5 rounds - Revenge of the Birds
Let's take a look at a different scenario for the Cardinals and how that would unfold.

NFL free agency: Arizona Cardinals have eyes on 2 ILBs - Revenge of the Birds
Who could these players be?

How Good Was Jim Tomsula's NFL Europe Team? - Niners Nation
OK, so I know Jim Tomsula was a head coach in NFL Europe. But how'd his team do? Were they the Euro-Jaguars? Or the Euro-Patriots? I was kind of curious about it, so I tried to pick out some...

Notable 2015 NFL roster cuts - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News

Five 2015 draft prospects who could be better in NFL than in college | SI.com
The latest NFL news, scores, stats, fantasy analysis, and mock drafts as well as the best NFL writers and photos from SI.com

NFL Draft Preview 2015: CB Trae Waynes | National Football Post

NFL Draft Preview 2015: CB Quinten Rollins | National Football Post

Von Miller: Wade Phillips will make Denver’s defense more aggressive | ProFootballTalk
Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller thinks Wade Phillips is just the defensive coordinator to let him make the most of his talents. Miller told the team's website that he thinks the new defense Phillips is installing will let him do what he does best, and attack the quarterback.

Ray Rice talks, tries to hustle up a little sympathy | ProFootballTalk
As Ray Rice tries to work his way back into the NFL, he's trying to work up a little positive P.R. The former Ravens running back told Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun that the last year has been incredibly difficult for him (as opposed to how hard the moment was for his wife when he punched her...

Report: Panthers are done with Greg Hardy | ProFootballTalk
We don't know at the moment whether Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy will or won't be suspended. And we can't know until at least the March 10 start of free agency to know where he'll play, whenever he's eligible. But it seems we know where he won't be playing next season.

Competition Committee explores improving London games | ProFootballTalk
Before NFL owners can decide on which rules to change (or not to change) for 2015, the balls must be teed up by the Competition Committee.  While not binding in any way on the folks who sign the checks, the Competition Committee's recommendations typically carry plenty of weight when the time comes...

Jeremiah: 2015 NFL Draft's safest picks could be wide receivers - NFL.com
If you're not a risk-taker in the NFL Draft, NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah thinks you can't go wrong with one of this year's top wide receivers.

Julius Thomas to leave Broncos for Jaguars or Raiders? - NFL.com
The Broncos are expected to let Julius Thomas test the market next month. Will the Raiders and Jaguars be the frontrunners for his services?

Dan Quinn wants Sean Weatherspoon back on Falcons - NFL.com
New Falcons coach Dan Quinn made cuts on Thursday and Friday, dropping Steven Jackson, Harry Douglas and Justin Blalock. But free agent Sean Weatherspoon is someone Quinn wants to keep in Atlanta.

Report: San Francisco 49ers to release WR Stevie Johnson - ESPN
Cutting Stevie Johnson would save the San Francisco 49ers $6.025 million in salary-cap space.

Clayton's Cold Hard Facts: James Carpenter's future with Seahawks - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Highlights from Thursday's edition of 'Cold Hard Facts' with John Clayton on 710 ESPN Seattle, including the future of Seahawks free-agent left guard James Carpenter. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Football Savages / NFL Draft Prototypes: Interior Defensive Linemen | Football Savages
Aside from having a quarterback of your own, having players that can disrupt the opposing quarterback are vital to a team’s success and can mask a number of other defensive issues (see CAR, SF, BAL, PHI, etc…). While edge rushers get all the attention, interior pressure is more troublesome for a quarterback to deal with than edge pressure is and their presence is tougher to replace. While “interior defensive line” can span from the 0-tech role of a nose tackle to the 5-tech role of a base defensive end in a 3-4 defense, there is still a prototype to be made that could theoretically play any of those positions.

Norris: Podcast Episode Seven - Podcasts - Rotoworld.com
In Episode Seven, Josh is joined by Zach Whitman to discuss SPARQ, "analytics," athletic trends and so much more.

What Happens Next for Prospects Who Bombed the Scouting Combine? | Bleacher Report
They're just numbers. Everything gathered at the combine—the 40, the jumps, the change of direction drills. Just numbers. They can't and don't tell the entire story on any draft prospect.