With two years left before QB Vince Young's contract is up, the Titans have plenty of time to decide on his future. But he's clearly their best starting option in 2010 and could be difficult to replace if ...
Although optimism reigns at this time of year, some perspective is needed, such as when Panthers LB Thomas Davis suffers his second ACL tear in seven months.
Despite some chinks in their state-of-the-art armor, the Colts figure to remain on an elite course as long as Peyton Manning continues giving his all.
Art Rooney Jr.'s father, "the Chief," would hand out cigars. Art Jr. hands out stories … fine, aged ones that never lose their taste. Decades of football kept in neat little bundles. His humidor is never locked.
For years, NBC has received a far better prime-time schedule than ESPN, even though ESPN — at $1.1 billion annually — pays nearly twice as much for games. This season, NBC's Sunday-night lineup is slightly better than ESPN's Monday-night ...
Tim Tebow has been told by many that he can't be a successful quarterback, but thus far he has proved his critics wrong. Now he'll get a shot in Denver, where coach Josh McDaniels traded a boatload of ...
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in the case of headwear manufacturer American Needle Inc. v. the NFL has leveled the playing field, writes Hub Arkush, and significantly reduced the likelihood of a lockout in 2011.
As some of you know, I have gone a bit against the tide on the Jets this offseason. And I am wondering if they need the distraction of "Hard Knocks" heading into the season.
Refusing to give long-term contracts to OLT Marcus McNeill and WR Vincent Jackson could be a costly mistake by Chargers GM A.J. Smith.
The AFC is a slight pointspread favorite in early betting on Super Bowl XLV at one Nevada sportsbook chain, but PFW's Mike Wilkening is intrigued by the NFC.
The Super Bowl is not about the fans. It’s about corporate sponsorships and big, big money. That’s ultimately what earned this bid for New York and New Jersey.
For a brief period of time, Milt Plum was the game's most efficient passer, as evidenced by the three straight years he led the league in completion percentage (1959-61).
Don’t tell me the schedule doesn’t matter in the NFL. Here’s a look at teams that will benefit the most and be hindered the most by whom they play this season.
While the bandwagon supporting the Packers as Super Bowl favorites is growing, PFW executive editor Dan Arkush identifies five potential problems the team could be facing in the season ahead.
A magazine article about Ben Roethlisberger and the attitudes of Pittsburgh residents toward him prompted Tom Danyluk to examine how the Steelers are handling the situation.