Len Pasquarelli writes about Rodney Harrison and other possible members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2014.
One big issue this season is the use -- and abuse -- of timeouts. Next March, the competition committee should give that and another issue heavy consideration, Len Pasquarelli writes.
If the Arizona Cardinals claim their first playoff berth since 1998, the switch to the 3-4 defense may be a big reason why, Len Pasquarelli writes in Tip Sheet notes.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall might not have much of a future in Atlanta, Len Pasquarelli writes in Tip Sheet notes.
The Redskins are not regretting their decision to back out of the deal for linebacker Lance Briggs, Len Pasquarelli writes in his Tip Sheet notes.
From the looming deadline for franchise players to Jeff Garcia's chances of winning the Bucs' QB job, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet notes.
The Cardinals head a list of five franchises that should be on the way up in 2007, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Sitting in the No. 8 spot in the upcoming draft, the Texans are interested in trading up to land QB Brady Quinn, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Jim Mora's future is in the air in Atlanta, but the fact that he's the one who can save it is just one of the many Inside Tip Sheet notes from Len Pasquarelli.
After four-plus seasons and just a 20-51 record as a starter, Len Pasquarelli looks at whether David Carr could be playing for his job over the final four weeks.
Byron Leftwich has been the face of the Jacksonville Jaguars, but that may all be changing -- and soon, writes Len Pasquarelli.
The NFL is still a year away for Brady Quinn, but he's already started the process of searching for an agent.
Teams are constantly trying to fill holes right up to the draft. But some will have to be addressed on draft day, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Jim Haslett's future in New Orleans is up in the air, and he may decide to take a break from coaching in 2006.
From shorter WRs to a return to more basic offenses, 2005 is shaping up as the year of "small ball" in the NFL.
People say, "Offense wins games, but defense wins championships." Ultimately, winning comes down to both.