The Jets plan to turn Eric Decker into something new this season: a deep threat. "You'll see more of that this year," receivers coach Karl Dorrell said this week. "Eric will surprise a lot of people."
It's the moment we've all been waiting for -- Week 3 of the NFL preseason. We'll see more established stars and potential starters than any other week of the preseason. Around The NFL's Conor Orr dissects what you can expect to see from the 16 games this weekend.
Are we going to have to wait an entire season to see Christian Hackenberg? It seems the Jets aren't eager to show off their second-round pick until he improves his throwing mechanics.
The Detroit Lions cut running back Stevan Ridley. The ex-Patriots and Jets running back was buried on the Lions' depth chart and still doesn't appear fully healthy after a 2014 ACL tear.
Rookie Derrick Henry is finishing runs and turning heads. Meanwhile, Mark Sanchez is running into the same old bugaboo: turnovers. Gregg Rosenthal details the best and worst from each AFC team.
Who has the most to prove in the most important week of the preseason? Adam Schein spotlights players across the NFL, including three rookies: Roberto Aguayo, Ezekiel Elliott and Jared Goff.
Gregg Rosenthal lists the most -- and least -- difficult jobs in the NFL. Is Mike McCarthy in Ezekiel Elliott territory? Does anyone have a heavier burden to carry than Chip Kelly or Jay Cutler?
The late rounds of fantasy drafts are when savvy drafters can make a big impact. Marcas Grant has his list of running backs that could pay dividends -- including an awakening in the Northwest.
Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert is looking to return to the field by Week 4, according to Ian Rapoport. Eifert is coming back from an ankle injury he suffered at the Pro Bowl.
Cam Newton was the league's MVP in 2015, and he's still improving. Daniel Jeremiah has the Carolina Panthers quarterback as one of his top 10 preseason risers. Who else made the cut?
If the New York Jets keep Geno Smith as a third-string quarterback, is it really a disservice to Smith and the rest of the team to keep him around?