How will Joe Flacco react to Lamar Jackson's presence in Baltimore? Will Case Keenum pan out? Who needs a new uniform? Dan Hanzus answers those questions -- and more -- in his mailbag.
The league announced the training camp start dates for all 32 teams Thursday. The Baltimore Ravens will take the field first, with their rookies scheduled to report on July 11.
Alex Smith knows he won't be given a free pass in his first year in Washington. The starting quarterback agreed with coach Jay Gruden's assessment that the Redskins must win out of the gate in Smith's first season.
There's been a lot of discussion about the top offensive triplets, but what about their defensive counterparts? Which team boast the top DL/LB/DB combo? Plus, the fallout from Jameis Winston's looming suspension and much more.
Russell Wilson is here to challenge a trend. His latest ranking in the Top 100 serves as proof that he's good enough to be evaluated independent of his team's performance.
Seemingly every pro football magazine and website thinks Jones will be an impact player. Despite the Chiefs' uninspired defensive showing in 2017 (ranked 28th overall), Jones compiled 6.5 sacks and a pick. He should play more downs in his third NFL campaign.
Butker was outstanding in 2017 -- frankly, one of the top kickers in the NFL. He made 38 of his 42 field-goal attempts, and every extra point (28). All this after getting released by the team that drafted him (Carolina) and pressed into service for the Chiefs in Week 4 on "Monday Night Football."
After being Mr. Versatile for the Chiefs in Year 1, Hill was able to concentrate on being a wideout in his sophomore campaign. Not playing on the return team allowed him to take fewer hits and take the next step as a WR1. The result: 75 catches for 1,183 yards and seven touchdowns.
NFL teams will head off for training camps at the end of July. To tide you over until the official report dates, here are a few things to know about the Kansas City Chiefs .
The Chiefs starting QB for the 2018 season, Patrick Mahomes hasn't wasted any time building bonds with his receivers. James Palmer explores Mahomes' approach as the starter and his friendship with one WR.
Travis Kelce had 83 receptions, 1,038 receiving yards and eight receiving touchdowns in 2017 joining future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez as the only Chiefs tight ends in team history with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. Kelce joined wide receivers Antonio Brown and DeAndre Hopkins as the only ...