New Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams puts an extra emphasis on creating turnovers. So far this season, New Orleans results in that department are impressive, Len Pasquarelli writes.
The Pro Bowl rosters are out -- and Len Pasquarelli identifies those deserving players who got snubbed.
Cam Cameron has enough problems in his first year as Miami's head coach -- namely, getting his first regular-season victory. The unexpected return of Ricky Williams from an 18-month league suspension is not helping matters.
From the new rage in contracts to new concerns in Indy to the old guard wondering what went wrong, Len Pasquarelli covers it all in his Tip Sheet notes.
Suspended Dolphins running back Ricky Williams has triggered the process that could end his one-year suspension and lead to his reinstatement by the NFL.
Ricky Williams is just the latest to benefit from the CFL's open-door policy regarding high-profile RBs, writes Len Pasquarelli.
The New York Giants on Thursday added a veteran tight end to the roster, signing unrestricted free agent Boo Williams, who had played for the New Orleans Saints the previous five seasons.
Mario Williams' deal with the Texans includes more than $21 million in guaranteed money, but no signing bonus.
Even as Texans officials continued to insist they have made no decision about the first selection in the draft, there were strong indications that the team has redirected its focus to Mario Williams.
Mario Williams could turn out to be good, but the Texans made a mistake passing on Reggie Bush, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Former North Carolina State DT John McCargo might not be a household name, but NFL scouts know who he is, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Fifth-year tight end Boo Williams will miss the entire 2005 season after tearing the ACL and MCL in his right knee during Friday night's preseason loss.
If Ricky Williams really does weigh 195 pounds, he has a lot of work to do, and food to eat, before he'll be back in top form.
Auburn RBs Ronnie Brown and Carnell Williams pulled off a rare feat by each getting drafted in the first round.
There are exceptions, but history shows that trading No. 1 picks for veteran players is a risky proposition.
The common belief that teams must run to have success has been a fallacy the past couple of seasons.