Hall of Fame LB Lawrence Taylor is coming dangerously close to falling into the same category as O.J. Simpson, now that he's facing charges of third-degree statutory rape and patronizing a prostitute.
The appetite and willingness of NFL owners to endure a potentially lengthy lockout at the start of the 2011 season could hinge, in large part, on a broadcast-oriented lawsuit filed in recent weeks.
The Ravens may be widely regarded as the favorite to win the AFC North, but the Bengals are poised to put up a fight as they defend their title, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
The late Don Coryell managed to quickly turn a pair of quarterbacks who'd been struggling like hell into All-Pros aerialists — Jim Hart in St. Louis, Dan Fouts in San Diego.
Are the Broncos going to catch us napping again? PFW's Mike Wilkening, for one, believes Denver will be more competitive than many people expect.
Tom Danyluk examines how a financial doomsday prediction, if accurate, would drastically alter the business of pro football.
NBA free agency has dominated sports the past week, but a couple of NFL players still on the market could turn out to be big stories themselves.
It's hard to envision a scenario in which the NFL would ever have a free-agent period as star-laden and as active as the NBA has had this offseason. But let's say it did. How would it happen, and ...
Daniel Snyder has repeatedly thrown good money after bad, writes PFW's Hub Arkush, yet he's not the bad guy in the Albert Haynesworth dispute.
Mike Holbrook makes a case for the selection of former Chargers and Cardinals head coach Don Coryell to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, in a column that was originally posted Dec. 13.
In this 2007 column by longtime PFW contributor Jerry Magee, he cites many accomplishments of former Chargers head coach Don Coryell, who died Thursday. Coryell was a finalist in the Pro Football Hall of Fame's voting for the Class ...
Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum faces a difficult decision regarding All-Pro CB Darrelle Revis, who wants to be paid like an elite corner although he still has three years remaining on his contract.
The position has gone from vogue to passé and might now be back in again. But why don’t tight ends like Philadelphia's Brent Celek get the true recognition they deserve?
Even though the pro football world is currently in shutdown mode, there’s no shutting down the Niners optimism currently flourishing in the City by the Bay.
Few offensive tackles were as dominant in the 1990s as 6-foot-6 Richmond Webb, who protected Dan Marino's backside for the second half of the Hall of Fame quarterback's storied career.