2005 free-agent sneak preview
We know that the 2004 season is only half over, with weeks of regular-season and playoff action on the way. But is there a better time to start evaluating which players could help your favorite team for next season? We didn’t think so. We present exclusive team-by-team insight into what may happen in free agency next spring, plus a position-by-position list of which players are slated to hit the market.
QBs on the comeback trail
Drew Brees and Kurt Warner have each been integral parts of their teams’ success, all the while holding off hot young QB prospects in San Diego and New York.
CBS, FOX retain NFL TV rights
While two broadcast networks agreed to six-year contract extensions with the NFL, Barry Jackson says there are still several unanswered questions.
Cedric Benson leads the way
Nolan Nawrocki provides a scout’s perspective on the top RB prospects expected to be available in the 2005 NFL draft.
- The Way We Hear It
- Handicapper’s Corner
- Week 11 game previews
- Scout’s Notebook: Patriots WR David Givens
- The Fantasy Buzz
- Fantasy feature
- Fantasy statistics
- Week 10 game coverage: NFL standings; Game-day review; Players of the Week; Power rankings; Teams on the rise and decline
- Week 10 game statistics
- Individual statistics
- NFL team statistics
- NFL team rankings
- Key college game: Utah vs. BYU
- Canadian Football League
- NFL transactions
- PFW Slant with Dan Arkush
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