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.
Colin Kaepernick (shoulder) fully participated in practice this week, but while the 49ers quarterback is set to play on Friday, Chip Kelly said he has not determined who will start at QB yet.
Donte Moncrief, Tyler Lockett and Jeremy Langford are all in prime positions to break out this fantasy season. Find out who else highlights Matt Harmon's top-10 list of breakout candidates.
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?
Everybody likes fantasy football sleepers, but deep sleepers are often championship difference makers unearthed in the late rounds. Alex Gelhar highlights 12 deep sleepers for the 2016 fantasy season.
Fourth-round revelation Dak Prescott excelled once again, while No. 1 pick Jared Goff continued to make rookie mistakes. Gregg Rosenthal highlights studs and duds on each NFC team.
Gil Brandt assembles his top six candidates to win the Defensive Rookie of the Year award in 2016 -- and while he expects big things from both Jalen Ramsey and Karl Joseph, neither is No. 1.
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.
Dak Prescott's career is off to a great start in Dallas -- and Roberto Aguayo's is not in Tampa. Bucky Brooks provides Week 2 grades for one key player from each team in the NFC.
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.
Former Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder, who hasn't thrown a pass since 2014, signed a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday, the team announced.