An increase in the number of trades has been among the byproducts of the uncapped year, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Thanks to stable leadership and teamwide selflessness, the Giants are flourishing despite a number of key injuries, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Even in the salary-cap era, the most important qualification for an NFL general manager's job is being a "football man," writes Len Pasquarelli.
In the last week of the most tumultuous regular season for quarterbacks in 30 years, there are several key auditions for 2008 to watch. And the Chiefs-Jets game provides an interesting subplot.
Adrian Peterson is just one of several backup running backs posting impressive numbers, Len Pasquarelli writes.
From aging safeties searching for work to who will replace Adalius Thomas in Baltimore to why this is such an anxious time of the year for teams, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet Notes.
From a number of second-tier QBs moving up in the draft to plenty of trade buzz, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet notes.
From players who put the special back in special teams climbing the draft boards to RB trade rumors to the list, punts and much more, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet notes.
There's a good likelihood a number of offensive coordinators could be in the unemployment line after the season, Len Pasquarelli writes.
From the number of QB changes to Chad Pennington's future with the Jets, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet notes.
From Mike Patterson's contract extension in Philly to unrest in Jacksonville, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet notes.
From the Raiders' anemic offense to Carson Palmer's struggles, Len Pasquarelli covers it all Inside Tip Sheet.
With a number of really bad teams halfway through the NFL season, Len Pasquarelli finds himself actually longing for the days of parity.
The number of snaps a starting QB takes in the preseason varies widely depending on the team and the circumstances, writes Len Pasquarelli.
While a number of executives deserve praise, three -- Tim Ruskell (Seahawks), Jerry Angelo (Bears) and Ernie Accorsi (Giants) -- have stood out.
MLB Ray Lewis, said to have lost a step last year, isn't getting any younger. However, it doesn't seem to matter.