The old adage says an NFL player typically improves the most between his first and second seasons. These players are out to prove it, writes Len Pasquarelli.
The Bengals reached an agreement with starting right guard Bobbie Williams on a three-year extension that puts him under contract through the 2009 season.
Troy Polamalu, Roy Williams and the rest of the safety contingent at the Pro Bowl are helping to usher in a new era.
With a number of coaching jobs expected to be open this offseason, Len Pasquarelli looks at some of the candidates to fill those vacancies.
The so-called "horse-collar" tackle, which came under heavy scrutiny from the NFL's powerful competition committee after Cowboys safety Roy Williams injured four with the maneuver in 2004, was banned by the league on Tuesday.
The Lions came out on top of the draft with playmakers like Roy Williams and Kevin Jones.
The Cowboys were ready for the Philadelphia bag of tricks that coach Bill Parcells warned them about last week.
The common belief that teams must run to have success has been a fallacy the past couple of seasons.
The new and improved Ricky Williams is in better shape and the proof is in the numbers.
The salary cap causes incomplete teams that are good on one side of the ball and bad on the other.