History's greatest football prospects are invited to Page 2's paramount talent lottery.
Keyshawn Johnson was able to redeem himself in Dallas. Alan Grant hopes Terrell Owens can do the same.
Page 2 tries to make sense of all the bizarre things going on in our world.
Everyone in the NFL is thinking about Keyshawn Johnson -- but no one thinks more of Key than Key himself.
Keyshawn Johnson deactivated by the Bucs. But where's the tirade?
Keyshawn Johnson might not be worth trouble, but is Key the NFL's most overrated player in football?
As part of Page 2's Heroes and Villains Week, Jason Whitlock goes back into his sports closet to find his villain.
Check out Page 2's retro-rewind gallery of NFL's good ol' jazzy jerseys.
When mild-mannered sportswriter Jason Whitlock was invited to Hugh Hefner's Super Bowl party, he was disgusted by the very idea of scantily clad Playmates and famous athletes intermingling.
Even after the Bucs scored the greatest victory in team history, Keyshawn Johnson found a way to make it all about himself.