John Clayton's First and 10: Top-spending teams in free agency are seeing early results.
With young talent and shrewd moves, the Bengals are getting it right, writes John Clayton.
The pool of qualified head-coaching candidates isn't nearly as deep as usual, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
John Clayton identifies his Super Bowl teams, the biggest second-half games and hands out awards in his midseason report.
The Steelers' fast start allows Ben Roethlisberger to be cheered, not jeered, when he returns to Heinz Field on Sunday, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Many rookies made strong impressions during the first full weekend of preseason games, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The first minicamp of the season proved to be a step in the right direction for the lowly Bucs, Lions and Rams, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Rex Grossman played in the Super Bowl last season, but he remains a point of contention in Chicago. The schedule-makers didn't do him any favors with the Bears' Week 1 opponent: San Diego.
Randy Moss was traded to the Patriots for a fourth-round choice Sunday, a huge discount from the trade Oakland made to acquire him two years ago., John Clayton writes.
With a number of big-name veterans on the market, Day 2 of the draft could be interesting, writes John Clayton.
The Oakland Raiders have hired USC offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin as their head coach.
A sneak peak at some potential playoff matchups and some heavyweight defensive battles highlight Week 4, writes John Clayton.
NFL teams need to learn that first-round receivers don't always have to turn into No. 1 receivers, writes John Clayton.
ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine break down each NFL team as the 2005 regular season approaches.
How far will Aaron Rodgers fall? That's just one of John Clayton's 10 things to watch in the NFL draft.
The depth of this year's draft has more teams clamoring to move back instead of trading up.