Phenomenal wideout Mike Evans would get consideration here if this exercise extended to veterans with less than five years of experience. The correct answer, though, is Gerald McCoy. Still one of the league's most fearsome interior defenders, the eighth-year lineman told reporters after last season ...
How will the Falcons' high-octane offense look under new coordinator Steve Sarkisian? Has Sean Payton finally cured the Saints' defensive woes? Kevin Patra explores NFC South camp questions.
Mark Ingram was a top-10 fantasy back last year but now must compete with Adrian Peterson for touches. Alex Gelhar breaks down all of the important training camp battles for the NFC here.
Ike Taylor lists five young cornerbacks (still in their rookie contracts) who are set to ball out this season. Our resident CB says 2017 is the year of Vernon Hargreaves, Artie Burns and ...
We all know the fantasy stars at quarterback. But what about if you're thinking outside the box for signal-caller success? Marcas Grant has a list of unsung QBs who could lead you to glory.
After notching eight sacks as a sophomore, is Shane Ray poised to hit double digits in Year 3? Willie McGinest says so, ranking the Broncos defender as one of seven linebackers set to take off in 2017.
The winds of winter have begun to gust lightly in the NFL's direction. Rookies from five NFL teams -- the Bears, Jaguars, Ravens, Cowboys and Saints -- report to training camp on Wednesday.
Many are excited for the next season of 'Game of Thrones,' but don't forget about another one of HBO's thrilling shows. Season 12 of 'Hard Knocks' kicks off with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on August 8.
Will Jameis Winston take the Bucs to the playoffs for the first time in a decade? Might Aaron Rodgers take a step back in Green Bay ? Elliot Harrison offers one bold prediction for each NFC team.
Marc Sessler scoured all 32 rosters searching for one home-grown veteran to represent each franchise. Larry Fitzgerald, Earl Thomas and Antonio Gates got their due. Who else makes the cut?
Raiders LT Donald Penn has four touchdowns to his name. Though Penn is itching to break the TD record in 2017 (for players over 300 pounds), the veteran has his sights set on a Super Bowl berth.