Mel Kiper examines the NFL rookies in the best position to succeed early on, including Montee Ball, Keenan Allen and Ziggy Ansah.
Aaron Schatz and the Football Outsiders' game-charting project turns an eye toward "broken tackles," an extremely flummoxing aspect for a D-coordinator (just ask the Tampa Bay Bucs). The raw numbers here will illuminate a few preconceived notions.
After scouring the depth charts and watching the offseason workouts, Scouts Inc. ranks the NFL teams with the best DBs from 1-32.
PFW is hearing plenty, including that veteran WR Rod Smith could be a training-camp casualty in Denver.
The Lions might not gain all that much by adding Calvin Johnson. Plus, notes on Asante Samuel.
With so much emphasis on multiple-receiver sets, the WR and CB positions are as important as ever.