Hypothetical trade No. 4: Marshawn Lynch could put the Chargers over the top, and his departure would help the Seahawks sign Russell Wilson to a new deal.
Quarterbacks who've thrived in some of the NFL's coldest games share their secrets for succeeding in low temperatures.
NFL linemen often face weight battles after retiring -- with their lives at stake.
Peering into the NFL's coaching trees reveals that the league's collective knowledge is an organic, ever-evolving entity.
At one point in 2004, it seemed the Giants might not get Eli Manning, Greg Garber writes. But the former GM says they had a pretty good backup plan.
Promising QBs can provide hope, but these teams don't have enough support yet to be serious Super Bowl contenders.
In his quest to clutch his first Vince Lombardi Trophy, Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson is inspiring his team with the coaching legend's teachings, Greg Garber writes.
Win or lose in the Super Bowl, New Orleans has a parade scheduled for the Saints on Feb. 9. Charlie's Marching Saints Club has a 43-year head start on the celebration, Greg Garber writes.
The Chargers' Darren Sproles is the latest in a long line of small wonders to make a big impact in the NFL, writes Greg Garber.
What's left for Junior Seau, the linebacker who seemingly has everything? After 18 seasons, the quest for that missing Super Bowl ring is the thing.
Off-field incidents involving players have brought the NFL under intense scrutiny, Greg Garber writes. Could tougher penalties for bad behavior be next?
The Rooney Rule has helped turn around the NFL's once-dismal record of hiring minority head coaches, Greg Garber writes.
Champ Bailey had a season that left even grizzled veterans grasping for superlatives. Greg Garber suggests this one: defensive player of the year.
From dealing with pressure to recovering from misses, Greg Garber talked kicking with seven of the NFL's best kickers.
LaDainian Tomlinson is about to score his 100th TD faster than anyone in NFL history, passing among others one of his idols, Jim Brown.
"Character" is a buzzword throughout the NFL draft process and definitely factors into where a player is selected, writes Greg Garber.