John Clayton's mailbag: The Raiders and Jaguars are lagging behind the minimum spending threshold, so they have to be big players in free agency.
Five things: Most of the top prospects, including Jameis Winston, confirmed their lofty rankings with their performances at the 2015 NFL scouting combine, John Clayton writes.
John Clayton's mailbag: The NFL scouting combine isn't just about prospects. It's a place to gather information and gain insight into where the league is heading.
John Clayton identifies his five biggest storylines to track at the combine, including whether this QB class will produce a franchise quarterback.
John Clayton's mailbag: The trend toward 3-4 defense will have an impact on what teams will be looking for at the NFL scouting combine and in the draft.
John Clayton's mailbag: The postseason just started, but the NFL is already facing multiple off-field issues that Roger Goodell must handle properly.
John Clayton's mailbag: The old adage defense wins championships is flawed. Good D gets you to the big game, but clutch QB play decides the outcome.
John Clayton's Last Call: The Seahawks' decision to throw instead of give it to Marshawn Lynch is among the biggest storylines after Super Bowl XLIX.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman played Super Bowl XLIX with torn ligaments in his left elbow that may require Tommy John surgery in the off season, according to a source.
Intriguing Seahawks-Patriots matchup is no surprise, and it should deliver another Super Bowl thriller, writes John Clayton.
John Clayton's mailbag: An in-depth roster study by Pro Football Focus illustrates how tough it is for bad teams to make quick turnarounds.
John Clayton's mailbag: Which team's came out on top of the NFL's annual scramble for new leadership? Plus, risks in pursuing playoff coaches.
Super Bowl Q&A: John Clayton breaks down a matchup of the NFL's most recent dynasty, the Patriots, and what could be the next dynasty, the Seahawks.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and free safety Earl Thomas both suffered injuries in the team's 28-22 overtime win against the Green Bay Packers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.
John Clayton's First & Goal: Andrew Luck's ousting of Peyton Manning and Denver from the playoffs may signal the passing of the torch in the AFC.
John Clayton's mailbag: A dearth of franchise QBs has made defensive coordinators more popular head-coaching candidates than their offensive counterparts.