Tyrod Taylor led all fantasy QBs in points per touch in 2015, but how did he fare in 2016 with youngsters like Marcus Mariota and Derek Carr rising up the ranks? Michael Fabiano breaks it down.
Dez Bryant missed three games in 2016, but still finished in the top 10 in fantasy points per target. Michael Fabiano breaks down the top 30 most efficient fantasy wide receiver scorers from last year.
The 2017 Annual League Meeting changed the future of one franchise and the way football will be played and officiated. Judy Battista unpacks the decisions that will reshape the NFL.
Roger Goodell hasn't been seen at Gillette Stadium in recent years, but that will change. The NFL Commissioner says he will attend the New England Patriots' 2017 season opener.
Two of the draft's top defensive backs, and two stars from Alabama, make Chad Reuter's list of the riskiest potential picks on defense in the 2017 NFL Draft.
It's one of our favorite traditions of the offseason: The coaches class photo at the Annual League Meeting. But, two coaches are missing. Dan Hanzus investigates.
Chris Ballard's retooling of the Colts defense continued Sunday with another addition. Indianapolis has signed a one-year deal with linebacker Sean Spence, Ian Rapoport reported.
The Colts got rid of another failed Ryan Grigson signing Friday morning. The team released veteran defensive tackle Arthur Jones after three disappointing seasons.
Oakland Raiders running back DeAndre Washington (33) celebrates after running for touchdown with quarterback Derek Carr (4) during the second half of an NFL football game against the Indianapolis Colts in Oakland, Calif., Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
Man, there were a number of impactful rookies on the offensive line last year. Kelly helped a Colts unit filled with youth gel late in the season. Case in point: The must-win game in Minnesota, when Indy started three rookies up front without allowing so much as one sack against the vaunted Vikings ...
The Indianapolis Colts signed wide receiver Kamar Aiken, who will add size and depth to the unit. Aiken was limited to just 29 catches for 328 yards in Baltimore last season.