Seahawks fans Dana and Branden Smith remain baffled by the marvelous, mysterious travels of their green and blue garden gnome, writes Greg Garber.
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.
A few NFL general managers are aggressive, but nobody wants to be remembered for being on the wrong side of a lopsided deal, Greg Garber writes.
Hypothetical trade No. 3: A LeSean McCoy deal could help revitalize the Raiders' offense and put the Eagles in position to reunite Marcus Mariota with Chip Kelly.
Hypothetical trade No. 1: Tom Brady could be the next Patriots stalwart to move on and the missing piece to a championship squad in Houston.
Hypothetical trade No. 2: The Lions could get something for Ndamukong Suh, who appears destined to leave Detroit and might be the missing championship piece for the Bengals' defense.
Football legends Billy Sims and Emmitt Smith, Marcus Dupree discuss Cowboys workhorse DeMarco Murray with ESPN's Greg Garber.
When it comes to dominating defensive duos, the Seahawks' Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas, Nos. 2 and 3 in 2014 #NFLRank, could be historically great, writes Greg Garber.
How would J.J. Watt fare as a receiver? What about Calvin Johnson as a pass-rusher? Greg Garber asked those questions of the players who finished No. 1 on their respective sides of the ball in 2014 #NFLRank.
ESPN.com's second annual #NFLrank survey rates the 100 best players on each side of the ball.
Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith stood out on a big night for championship defense, Greg Garber writes.
ESPN.com rates the biggest, best, wackiest and worst happenings at Super Bowl XLVIII.
Looking back at some of the NFL's best championship clutch drives of all time
When athletes reach their goal it's only natural to want to share that moment with their loved ones
Quarterbacks who've thrived in some of the NFL's coldest games share their secrets for succeeding in low temperatures.
With his unrivaled ability to escape from danger, Seattle's Russell Wilson is the Houdini of NFL quarterbacks, Greg Garber writes.