Are the 1999 Rams the greatest champ ever? One simulator says so | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
It is the dream of every NFL fan to see the greatest teams of all time pitted against each other to see who is the greatest team of all time. It is "Field of Dreams" type of stuff, played out on the gridiron.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | The Week In Quotes: January 29, 2016
Football Outsiders is the internet home for Innovative Statistics and Intelligent Analysis of the NFL and college football. Our writers, led by Aaron Schatz, also provide content to ESPN.com and write the annual book Football Outsiders Almanac.
NFL should add a skills competition at the Pro Bowl | ProFootballTalk
As interest in the Pro Bowl flags, there's an easy addition to Pro Bowl weekend that the NFL could use to spice things up: A skills competition. The other major sports all include a skills competition as part of their All-Star festivities. Baseball has the Home Run Derby.
Spence and the DL talent shines at the Senior Bowl: 11 things to know - CBSSports.com
Just like in the daily practices during the week, the main storyline in the 2016 Senior Bowl game was the dominance of defensive linemen, led by Eastern Kentucky edge rusher Noah Spence.
Panthers-Broncos preview: 50 things to know about Super Bowl 50 - CBSSports.com
Cam, Peyton and Beyonce are about to make Super Bowl history. Here are 50 things you need to know when the Panthers and Broncos clash is Super Bowl 50.
NFL Draft Big Board: Wentz, Spence boost stock at Senior Bowl week - NFL, NFLDRAFT - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com
NFLDraftScout.com senior analyst Rob Rang left Mobile with one thing he did not take to the Senior Bowl -- a powerful conviction that North Dakota State QB Carson Wentz is a potential top-five pick. The real standouts in the all-star game practices were in the trenches, where a trio of defensive tackles -- Alabama's Jarran Reed, Louisville's Sheldon Rankins and Louisiana Tech's Vernon Butler -- made a lasting impression on scouts.
What GM candidate Ted Sundquist said about Titans puts priorities in question - Tennessee Titans Blog- ESPN
Ted Sundquist discloses some revealing, though not surprising, information about the Titans from his interview for the franchise's GM position.
Police called to investigate incident involving Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel
Police were called to investigate an incident involving Johnny Manziel in Fort Worth, Texas, this weekend. The Browns quarterback was not arrested.
Is Cam Newton the greatest dual-threat QB in history? - NFL.com
Fran Tarkenton, Randall Cunningham and Steve Young were mobile quarterbacks, but none of them had Cam's size and power. Chris Wesseling breaks down the top dual-threat QBs of all time.
Photos: Seattle Seahawks players in Hawaii for the Pro Bowl
Five Seattle Seahawks players are in Hawaii this week or the Pro Bowl. Here's a look at some of the festivities they've been participating in.
Seahawks offseason assessment: offensive line
The Seattle Seahawks have some tough decisions to make along the offensive line. The weakest link of team could see many new faces next season. For the se
This time, all the injured Denver Broncos will go, too - seattlepi.com
(AP) — Ryan Clady and Jeff Heuerman didn't even make it to training camp before getting injured during offseason workouts. The seven players on injured reserve will fly out with the team when the Denver Broncos leave for the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Grading Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's performance for 2015 - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Rounding up Seahawks-related content: Pete Carroll did another good job leading the team despite injuries.
Senior Bowl live blog notes | Seahawks Draft Blog
Deion Jones (LB, LSU) had a terrific first half. On one play he lined up at middle linebacker, read the quarterback and reacted to a scramble by Carson Wentz. Jones flashed incredible closing speed to reach the sideline and drop Wentz for a short gain. He also showed some special teams value, excelling as a gunner on one punt to reach the return man and drop him for a short gain. Jones is a sudden, fluid athlete who is light (219lbs) but has some length and physicality. He looks a lot like Telvin Smith at Jacksonville — one of the more exciting young defensive players in the NFL and a pure playmaker. Jones wouldn’t look out of place as a second round pick for the Seahawks if they need to replace Bruce Irvin. He looks like an ideal fit for the WILL position.
Seahawks lineman Russell Okung exposes at-risk teens to technology with new non-profit GREATER - GeekWire
On the football field, Russell Okung is an enabler. The Seahawks offensive lineman is responsible for making sure his quarterback has enough time to find a
Huard: Michigan State's Jack Allen could appeal to the Seahawks - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
With offensive line figuring to be an offseason priority for the Seahawks, Brock Huard identified former Michigan State center Jack Allen as a potential fit for Seattle. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Return to Aloha Stadium Shows How Far Seahawks Linebacker Bobby Wagner Has Come in His Career | Seattle Seahawks
Once a lightly-recruited player out of high school, Bobby Wagner is now being recognized as one of the NFL's best players.