Mailbag: Easy nondivision road schedules pave the way for the Buccaneers, Browns, Bills and Texans to make a move toward .500, writes John Clayton.
Clayton's mailbag: The Ed Reed signing and the Cowboys' defensive change have turned out to be among the biggest mistakes of the offseason.
Clayton's mailbag: Trades are an important part of the game, but far too often the expected impact is overrated.
Here are five things John Clayton took away from his visit to the New England Patriots' training camp.
John Clayton presents some first impressions from rookie minicamps and answers reader questions.
Will the NFL push back the dates on the offseason? Not if the players' union has anything to say about it, writes John Clayton.
The Week 1 performances of rookie QBs ranged from superb (Robert Griffin III) to downright dreadful (Brandon Weeden), writes John Clayton.
Despite a lack of work with their teams in the offseason, rookie quarterbacks looked pretty good in Week 1 of the preseason, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
The 2011 schedule looks favorable for the NFC East, as well as the Steelers and Ravens, John Clayton writes.
Because their secondary is battered, the Ravens must lean more heavily than ever on their offense, John Clayton writes.
With the current labor issues hovering over the league, any extra case of player overuse won't be tolerated, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
Matt Ryan studied tapes of five of the league's elite quarterbacks in the offseason, so expect the Atlanta quarterback to be even better in his third season, John Clayton writes.
Bold moves and shrewd drafting helped the Patriots, Jets and Dolphins dominate the offseason, writes John Clayton.
The Cincinnati Bengals, who finished the season with two disappointing losses, started the offseason strong Wednesday by retaining offensive line coach Paul Alexander, according to a source.
Down two cornerbacks because of injuries, the New Orleans Saints reached an agreement Tuesday with veteran Chris McAlister.
The Patriots terminated the contract of veteran wide receiver Greg Lewis, according to a source.