Cowboys' fans should be resting a little easier now that Bill Parcells has traded for quarterback Drew Henson.
Conditions were perfect this offseason for several trades involving teams swapping Pro Bowl type players.
Lovie Smith is hoping his attacking style of defense spreads to the other side of the ball.
New Bills coach Mike Mularkey has a bright offensive mind, but his play-calling abilities have been questioned.
Over the last four games, Brandon Stokley has established himself as another weapon in the Colts' offensive arsenal.
Marc Bulger has been nothing short of a top-notch passer since taking over for an injured Kurt Warner.
If the Buccaneers don't increase their production on offense, they'll be hard pressed to make the playoffs.
Dolphins fans should wait a game or two before demanding that Brian Griese should replace Jay Fiedler at quarterback.
When fans tune in to see the Saints open the season in Seattle, their eyes will be squarely on Aaron Brooks.
The Vikings have scrapped the "Randy Ratio" plan and their offense is running much more smoothly as a result.
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Unimpressed with the QB market, Cowboys coach Bill Parcells will stick with Quincy Carter and Chad Hutchinson.
Kurt Warner exhibited signs at minicamp that he may reclaim his title as the game's most productive quarterback.
Green Bay QB says, "I want to enjoy it and play as long as I can," all but putting to rest rumors of his retirement.
As the smoke cleared, the Steelers selected no running backs in the draft, signalling Jerome Bettis' return.