Mailbag: In what's usually a quiet time for the NFL, discipline and legal matters have dominated the news, writes John Clayton.
With young talent and shrewd moves, the Bengals are getting it right, writes John Clayton.
The NFL isn't all labor talk. Some juicy on-the-field topics popped up at last week's owners meeting, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary announced Friday that Troy Smith will be the starting quarterback Sunday against the St. Louis Rams.
Determining where Michael Vick could end up is the NFL's ultimate guessing game, writes John Clayton.
The 49ers brought in Ted Tollner as an offensive consultant on Tuesday.
While many of his former assistants run variations of the West Coast offense, Mike Holmgren uses a form most similar to Bill Walsh's.
How far will Aaron Rodgers fall? That's just one of John Clayton's 10 things to watch in the NFL draft.
49ers coach Mike Nolan realizes the importance of getting the best player -- and deal -- with the team's No. 1 pick.
By withdrawing from consideration for the opening at Mississippi, San Francisco 49ers coach Dennis Erickson must figure out his coaching staff after the regular season.
The 49ers' comeback not only was dramatic, it might have secured a new contract offer for Steve Mariucci.
Even after beating the Chiefs, Steve Mariucci dwelled on his team's inability to finish off drives.
Gary Kubiak has helped resurrect the running game in Baltimore. Plus, Ravens rookie C.J. Mosley looks like he's for real, John Clayton writes.
The Eagles' pairing of Andy Reid and Tom Heckert is the top coach-GM combination in the league, writes John Clayton.
Mike Singletary has named Shaun Hill his starter at quarterback after the bye week.
In his weekly mailbag, John Clayton tackles questions on the Lions' woes, the Panthers' QB situation, Bill Cowher's future and more.