1. Michael Strahan: Inside the Legacy of 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee

    Saturday in Canton, Ohio, with his former team watching, Michael Strahan will become the first New York Giants defensive lineman from the NFL 's Super Bowl era to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame...

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  2. For Dallas, Tyron Smith Extension Is Worth Risking Future Salary-Cap Constraints

    A valid argument can be made that, by giving left tackle Tyron Smith a nine-figure contract extension, the Dallas Cowboys are pushing their salary-cap luck...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 9 months ago 8,007 reads 23 comments

  3. Is Nick Foles Better Than Russell Wilson?

    The 2012 quarterback draft class is extremely good. How good? Well, it's too early to start comparing them to a 1983 group that contained John Elway, Jim Kelly, Dan Marino and ...

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  4. Can Nolan Carroll Steal a Starting Spot at Cornerback in Philadelphia?

    Malcolm Jenkins and Darren Sproles are household names with bigger resumes, but Nolan Carroll could wind up making more of an impact than everyone else the Philadelphia Eagles added to the roster this offseason...

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  5. Don't Count on Eli Manning Completing 70 Percent of His Passes

    In 2013, Eli Manning had the sixth-lowest completion percentage among 37 qualifying quarterbacks. And after factoring in and/or ruling out a slew of additional metrics, Pro Football ...

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  6. Which NFL Teams Have Improved the Most so Far This Offseason?

    The vast majority of NFL teams have now reported to training camp, bringing the league's short unofficial summer vacation to an end...

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  7. Jerry Jones Showing Signs of Weakness by Keeping Jason Garrett off the Hot Seat

    Jerry Jones loves the sound of his voice. And short of recording his own soliloquies and playing them back to himself, the best method he can utilize in order to accomplish that is to make meaningless declarations in the media...

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  8. Washington Redskins Will Have Trouble Keeping Everyone Happy on Offense

    This is the NFL in its wildest era in terms of offense. The four highest-scoring seasons in league history just so happen to be the most recent four seasons in league history...

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  9. Can Allen Barbre Seamlessly Replace Lane Johnson in Philadelphia?

    In a matter of hours, the 90 football players currently employed by the Philadelphia Eagles will report to the team's training camp at the NovaCare Complex...

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  10. Why Every Current New York Giants Player Can Learn from Chris Snee

    As the New York Giants kick off training camp this week in New Jersey, a familiar face isn't present. In fact, although he doesn't get the national media attention that some of his ...

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  11. What Can David Wilson Bring to the New York Giants in 2014?

    The New York Giants are doing everything in their control to turn things around after missing the playoffs four times in a five-year span...

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  12. Revamped Offensive Line Far from New York Giants' Key to Redemption

    Based on what you see in the comment sections right here at Bleacher Report as well as on forums and Reddit , there does seem to be a strong belief among New York Giants fans ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 9 months ago 5,533 reads 24 comments

  13. Of Course Tony Romo Is Clutch

    Earlier this week, when NFL .com's Bucky Brooks listed Tony Romo as the sixth-most clutch quarterback in the NFL, even Brooks himself had to qualify his choice by noting that ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 9 months ago 7,832 reads 12 comments

  14. The Redskins Should Be Concerned About DeSean Jackson's Cold-Weather Struggles

    Back in April, when fans of both the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins were trying to make sense of the sudden and stunning developments that saw Pro Bowl receiver ...

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  15. Philadelphia Eagles Should Stay Away from Andre Johnson

    If we take the Philadelphia Eagles at their word and buy the idea that DeSean Jackson was released purely for football reasons , it would make no sense for the team to trade for wide receiver Andre Johnson ...

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  16. Could the Dallas Cowboys Hit Rock Bottom in 2014?

    No team has ever gone 8-8 four years in a row, so the odds don't favor that happening to the Dallas Cowboys in 2014...

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  17. Where Does Tony Romo Rank Among All-Time Dallas Cowboys Quarterbacks?

    We often debate Tony Romo 's place among the current NFL quarterback batch, and it's always a hot discussion...

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  18. Can Rolando McClain Revive His Career in Dallas?

    The odds are not in Rolando McClain 's favor. The good news for the Dallas Cowboys , who acquired McClain from the Baltimore Ravens for next to nothing last week, is that both they and the former No...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 10 months ago 20,384 reads 38 comments

  19. Will Kirk Cousins Ever Land a Starting Job in the NFL?

    Barring a major injury elsewhere and, consequently, a significant offer that Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen can't refuse, it's probably safe to conclude that backup quarterback Kirk Cousins will return to D...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 10 months ago 13,111 reads 55 comments

  20. Can Jay Gruden and DeSean Jackson Turn Around Football in Washington?

    We've asked variations of the question above plenty of times before, with the subject of said question constantly changing but the object remaining the same...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 10 months ago 8,529 reads 16 comments

  21. Is the Apparent Complexity of the NY Giants' Defense a Good or Bad Thing?

    Walter Thurmond knows a thing or two about good defense. Coming over from the "Legion of Boom" in Seattle, the new slot corner for the New York Giants has played with some of the best defenders in the game...

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  22. Cowboys Should Save Every Penny They Have Until 2015

    A report this week from ESPN.com's Calvin Watkins stated that the once cap-broke Dallas Cowboys now actually have approximately $8.5 million in salary-cap space, which according to Watkins is better than NFC East rivals New York and Washington...

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  23. Could Jameel McClain Save the Giants in the Middle?

    Not only might the New York Giants be tasked with having to replace Pro Bowl-caliber linebacker Jon Beason to start the 2014 season, but it's important to keep in mind that the ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 10 months ago 9,247 reads 13 comments

  24. Could Jordan Matthews Beat out Jeremy Maclin for Eagles' Starting WR Spot?

    Two weeks ago, we asked whether heavily hyped Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver Jordan Matthews had a shot at the NFL 's Offensive Rookie of the Year award...

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  25. How Howie Roseman Went from Unpaid Intern to NFL's Youngest GM

    The only NFL general manager below the age of 40 is celebrating his birthday on Monday. Just how young is Howie Roseman? Well, less than 15 years ago, he was working as ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 10 months ago 68,834 reads 40 comments