The Pro Bowl rosters are out -- and Len Pasquarelli identifies those deserving players who got snubbed.
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.
Facing what is essentially a must-win game as they attempt to remain in the wild card race, the Atlanta Falcons have installed rookie Jimmy Williams as the starting right cornerback for Sunday's home game against the Carolina Panthers.
The Atlanta Falcons will be forced to shuffle their linebacking corps due to the injury to Ed Hartwell.
The Carolina Panthers reached an agreement with first-round pick DeAngelo Williams.
Troy Polamalu, Roy Williams and the rest of the safety contingent at the Pro Bowl are helping to usher in a new era.
Containing Seattle's Shaun Alexander and Carolina's Steve Smith are among the keys in the NFC divisional games.
Rashard Anderson, who was suspended for substance abuse in 2001, is waiting for another chance.
The "horse-collar" tackle, cited as a repeated cause of injury last year, is expected to be banned next week.
There are exceptions, but history shows that trading No. 1 picks for veteran players is a risky proposition.
The Senior Bowl is still the best place for players to make a lasting impression on NFL scouts.
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 Dolphins on Friday afternoon released six-year veteran defensive lineman Daryl Gardener.
The key to success in the new-look NFC South could be the emergence of a steady rushing attack.