The Giants are looking into their past for help on the offensive line. Former Giants left tackle Will Beatty re-signed with the club, the team announced Wednesday.
Conor Orr previews storylines and players to watch in the NFC East, including whether the N.Y. Giants' $200 million offseason spending spree will lead them to their first playoff berth since 2011.
The Carolina Panthers added former New York Giants safety Stevie Brown on Wednesday. The deal is for one year, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Veteran Cullen Jenkins is making his third stop in the NFC East. The former Packers, Giants and Eagles defensive tackle has signed a one-year deal with the Washington Redskins.
Who's poised to add some hardware to the mantel this season? Our analysts provide their picks for all of the major individual awards, with Khalil Mack, Russell Wilson and Ezekiel Elliott getting love.
Our fantasy analysts unveil their predictions for the 2016 fantasy season, including who will be the top overall scorer, rookie of the year, breakout of the year, bust of the year and more.
Leaving nothing to mystery Matt Franciscovich profiles all 32 NFL backfield situations complete with projected depth charts, backups and handcuffs to help prepare you for fantasy drafts and beyond.
What made Hue Jackson hesitant to take the Browns job? How did he win over veterans who have seen a string of coaches fail in Cleveland? Michael Silver has an in-depth look at a culture change in progress.
Just how good can Cam Newton's Panthers be in 2016? How bad can it get for Dak Prescott's Cowboys? Elliot Harrison provides best- and worst-case scenarios for each team in the NFC.
Jadeveon Clowney has yet to live up to his pre-draft billing, but Bucky Brooks says this should be the breakout season. Plus, the Trevor Siemian scouting report and five rookies to target in fantasy.
Bucky Brooks grades one notable player from each NFC team following Week 3 of the preseason -- including Ezekiel Elliott, who showed he's a true three-down back in his spectacular debut.