FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | 2014 Play-Action Defense
Last week, we looked at offensive play-action numbers from 2014. Now we'll flip to the other side of the ball and look at defensive play-action numbers. Again, we would like to thank ESPN Stats & Information, from which we get our data on play-action.
10 NFL Thoughts: Terrelle Pryor, David Wilson, Junior Galette and more | The MMQB with Peter King
1) I think I have a hard time imagining Terrelle Pryor making it in the NFL as a wide receiver. The quarterback had been reluctant to the switch positions for years, and his sudden announcement reeks as a last-ditch effort to salvage his career after being discarded by his fourth team in five years ...
Which 2014 Top-10 Picks Must Rebound in Their Sophomore Years? | Bleacher Report
The latest NFL news, rumors, scores, schedules, predictions, picks against the spread, free agent updates, power rankings, mock drafts and more
Phillip Buchanon warns rookies not to let their families exploit them | ProFootballTalk
As a first-round pick in the 2002 NFL draft, Phillip Buchanon signed a multimillion-dollar contract. And his mom decided that his payday should be her payday, too.
Mel Kiper's early ranking of top RB and FB prospects for 2016 NFL draft
Mel Kiper provides an early look at the top running back and fullback prospects for the 2016 NFL draft.
How Ryan Mallett develops better touch with his throws - Houston Texans Blog - ESPN
Ryan Mallett's coaches taught him to take some velocity off the ball by throwing on his toes to reduce his arm's power
Houston Texans' Bill O'Brien gives glimpse at how he evaluates QBs
How do the Texans find what they want in the most important position on the field? The coaches took ESPN.com inside their evaluation process.
Is Bill Callahan the secret behind best rushing teams? - NFL.com
Is Bill Callahan the secret to great rushing offenses? Over the past six years, three of his teams have finished in the top five in rushing (2009 Jets, 2010 Jets and 2014 Cowboys).
Making the Leap, No. 19: Jets QB Geno Smith - NFL.com
Can Geno Smith build on a late-season surge and be the franchise quarterback the Jets drafted him to be? Gregg Rosenthal sat on the Genocoaster to divulge his findings.
Anger Not Needed Towards Michael Bennett and Bruce Irvin
In wake of Michael Bennett and Bruce Irvin's contract situation, anger is not needed towards them.
Is Cassius Marsh moving to linebacker? - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Seattle Seahawks are moving 2013 draft pick Cassius Marsh, who appears to be moving from defensive end to linebacker.
Talking minicamp with Ian, Puckett for KJR - Seattle - Scout
Who stood out for the Seahawks during the club's recent minicamp? SeahawkFootball.com's own Rob Rang joined Ian Furness and Jason Puckett on Sports Radio KJR to break down the latest news.
Seahawks RB Robert Turbin Partners With Seattle Foundation To Launch “Runnin4U” Philanthropy Initiative | Seattle Seahawks
Robert Turbin's efforts focus on support for individuals with multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy.
Russell Wilson seems OK with leaving Seahawks, says he’s ‘moved around before’ | NFL | Sporting News
Registration Information for Seahawks Training Camp Presented by Bing | Seattle Seahawks
Registration for 14 training camp practices open to fans will begin June 25 at 10am.
Seahawks notes: Russell Wilson says he’s ‘moved around before'; Team announces fan registration for training camp - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson told a North Carolina radio station he’s not worried about his ongoing contract negotiations with the team after experiencing adversity earlier in his career.
Andrew Luck or Aaron Rodgers? Toss-ups of NFL's elite - NFL - SI.com
Aaron Rodgers or Andrew Luck? Dez Bryant or Odell Beckham, Jr.? We settle five toss-ups among the NFL's elite performers and determine who'd you rather have going forward.
Run and Hyde: 49ers to use more zone blocking this season | The Sacramento Bee
The 49ers will not abandon the power-blocking concepts that have been the foundation of their offense in recent years. But they are adding on new, zone concepts that worked well for offensive line coach Chris Foerster at his previous stop in Washington.