We highlight the top three needs on offense and defense for the Baltimore Ravens, and take a look back at their 2012 draft class.
We highlight the top three needs on offense and defense for the Atlanta Falcons, and take a look back at their 2012 draft class.
We highlight the top three needs on offense and defense for the Arizona Cardinals, and take a look back at their 2012 draft class.
Instead of declaring a winner in a trade that won't become official for two weeks, Arthur Arkush offers three takeaways from San Fran sending Alex Smith to K.C.
While there are flashier needs on offense, the Buffalo defense is sorely lacking an impact player on the second level.
The Patriots haven't won a Super Bowl in nearly a decade, yet they proved again that they are almost always the smartest, most innovative NFL club.
South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore isn't letting a gruesome knee injury slow him down en route to his path to the NFL.
Cincinnati TE Travis Kelce is a high-risk, high-reward prospect with a mission on his mind: prove to NFL teams they should feel good about him.
Alabama RB Eddie Lacy isn't doing drills at the Combine because of a hamstring injury, but he spoke to the media on Friday as he preps for the draft.
Tyler Eifert, already a tremendous receiver and vertical threat in between the numbers, worked hard to improve his in-line blocking skills as a senior.
The top-rated safety in this year's draft class, LSU's Eric Reid initially had his sights set on playing offense.
It became official Friday: Dwight Freeney, the Colts' all-time sacks and forced fumbles leader, won't be back in Indianapolis in 2013.
Bruce Arians took his big-strike, vertical offense to the desert, but the new guy in town, Pep Hamilton, has some very exciting and sensible ideas.
Pro Football Weekly ranks the top 50 players regardless of position in what is widely considered a strong 2013 free-agent crop.
Despite few positive signs to date, now is not the time to move on from Blaine Gabbert in Jacksonville, writes Arthur Arkush.