In ESPN The Magazine's NFL Draft Issue, Tim Keown writes that since Teddy Bridgewater's subpar pro day, his critics have only grown louder. But so too has his inner voice, reminding him of the strength it took to get here.
In ESPN The Magazine's QB Issue, Tim Keown writes that Terrelle Pryor's measurables are ideal for a modern quarterback, but he presents with serious symptoms, from inaccuracy to impulsiveness. Speedy treatment could have far-reaching applications.
In ESPN The Magazine's Kids in Sports issue, Tim Keown writes that Steve Hendrickson has a battered body and can't remember yesterday. Yet he still wants his son to follow in his footsteps. It's the conflicted nature of every football parent.
In ESPN The Magazine, Tim Keown writes about football player Cody Paul, whose Pop Warner highlight reel made him a YouTube sensation. But five years later, Paul is finding it hard to shake the hype that follows nine million page views.
In ESPN The Magazine, Tim Keown examines the San Francisco 49ers -- a team that won 36 percent of its games over the past eight years but has rebounded in a big way. The only big change this year? One quirky coach.
The decision to make Tim Tebow the Broncos' starter was met by cries of "Finally!" by his ardent supporters. But the question remains: Was this just about football, or was it something bigger? ESPN The Magazine's Tim Keown investigates.
Rapper Snoop Dogg, via his Snoop Football League, has a much bigger effect on college football recruiting than most people realize. Tim Keown investigates and profiles this, from the January 10, 2011 issue of ESPN The Magazine.