1. What Should It Take for the Philadelphia Eagles to Trade DeSean Jackson?

    A lot of people laughed when word of a potential DeSean Jackson trade first popped up earlier this month, but now it looks as though it's a real possibility. CSNPhilly...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 17,880 reads 112 comments

  2. Henry Melton's Team-Friendly Deal with Dallas Could Save the Cowboys' Offseason

    This was one of those moments in which the Dallas Cowboys were extremely lucky to be preceded by their reputation...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 23,043 reads 104 comments

  3. Despite Signing Mario Manningham, Giants Must Not Be Done Adding Wide Receivers

    If you think of Mario Manningham strictly as a puzzle piece, the New York Giants ' decision to bring him back from San Francisco makes a lot of sense...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 16,776 reads 53 comments

  4. Giants Sign Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to Cap Stellar Free-Agency Push

    Maybe they're not done yet. Maybe they have another move or two up their sleeve. Right now, it's impossible to tell because these are not your father's New York Giants . Hell, they aren't even your older brother's Giants...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 36,976 reads 89 comments

  5. Brandon Weeden Provides Cowboys with Extra Quarterback Insurance, Nothing More

    Only in the football circus that is Dallas would a first-round pick be backing up a player who wasn't drafted at the quarterback position...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 19,702 reads 62 comments

  6. Finding DeMarcus Ware's Place in Dallas Cowboys History

    I'll give you the No. 1 reason why it will always be difficult to pinpoint DeMarcus Ware 's justified position within the hierarchy of great Dallas Cowboys : 18 of the 20 men in ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 4,017 reads 16 comments

  7. Redskins Smartly Rebuilding the Interior Offensive Line

    Tracy Porter and Jason Hatcher are relatively big names, but an argument could be made that the two most important moves the Washington Redskins have executed since the start ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 39,372 reads 68 comments

  8. New York Giants Better Off Without Aging Justin Tuck

    Justin Tuck did some remarkable things for the New York Giants organization. Hell, if there was such a thing as an MVP runner-up in the Super Bowl, Tuck would have earned that honor twice during his time with the team...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 343 reads 39 comments

  9. Redskins Sign Jason Hatcher: Grading the Move and What It Means for Washington

    The Washington Redskins found themselves in a weird spot as free agency got underway, because the 'Skins very much needed to improve a pass rush that had just 36 sacks despite full seasons from Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan in 2013...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 23,940 reads 122 comments

  10. Redskins Sign Tracy Porter: Grading the Move and What It Means for Washington

    Two days into free agency, the Washington Redskins have seemingly gone out of their way to avoid falling back into old free-spending, star-chasing Redskins habits, despite having money to spend for the first time in several years...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 19,793 reads 136 comments

  11. Sproles, Carroll Could Be Final Pieces as Eagles Become Super Bowl Contenders

    You could argue that they still have to prove they can score like the Denver Broncos , but if the Philadelphia Eagles didn't already have the NFL 's best all-around offense ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 25,400 reads 96 comments

  12. Giants Might Not Have to Look Far or Spend Money to Replace Linval Joseph

    You can't keep 'em all. Or at least not in most cases. With new contracts going out to Rashad Jennings, Geoff Schwartz, J.D. Walton, Jon Beason, Stevie Brown and Trumaine McBride (via NFL ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 13,829 reads 26 comments

  13. Cap-Strapped Cowboys Leaning on Marinelli in Order to Save Jerry Jones Money

    Any hope the Dallas Cowboys had of re-signing the recently released DeMarcus Ware evaporated when Ware became a member of the Denver Broncos on Wednesday...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 14,935 reads 45 comments

  14. By Re-Signing Jon Beason, Giants Show They Know Not to Mess with a Good Thing

    While the New York Giants spend cash on outside free agents in order to transform an offense that was often atrocious in 2013, they continue to smartly address the defense with an "if it ain't broke don't fix it" mentality...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 6,221 reads 34 comments

  15. Giants Take a Major Step Forward on Offense with Schwartz, Jennings Signings

    Not often do the New York Giants make headlines on the first day of free agency. But the Giants need a makeover, especially on offense, and the draft alone can't fix what ailed this team in 2013...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 12,040 reads 33 comments

  16. Eagles Sign Malcolm Jenkins: Grading the Move and What It Means for Philadelphia

    This much is certain: The Philadelphia Eagles are better off at safety now that, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer , they've signed veteran Malcolm Jenkins to a three-year contract...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 6,436 reads 93 comments

  17. What Does DeMarcus Ware's Release Mean for the Dallas Cowboys?

    It's simple math. If DeMarcus Ware was indeed unwilling to take a pay cut and a restructure was unwise, his release—which was confirmed by ESPN.com's Todd Archer on Tuesday—saved the Dallas Cowboys $7...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 19,467 reads 94 comments

  18. Redskins to Sign Andre Roberts: Grading Move and What It Means for Washington

    If there's a reason to believe Andre Roberts , who according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post has agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins , could exceed expectations and become a reliable No...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 25,862 reads 186 comments

  19. Aqib Talib Makes a Lot of Sense for the Redskins

    The Washington Redskins have been connected to cornerback Aqib Talib for about a year now. Last spring, they couldn't afford him. This spring, they can...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 3,974 reads 11 comments

  20. New York Giants Should Stay Away from Alterraun Verner, Other Top Corners

    The New York Giants have more money to spend on free agents than in recent years, which is why it's gotta be refreshing for fans to hear that they're making calls regarding some of the top players on the verge of hitting the open market...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 7,224 reads 39 comments

  21. Mike Mitchell Would Be an Ideal New Safety for the Eagles

    The Philadelphia Eagles aren't the type of team that is going to overspend or make a larger-than-life splash in free agency. General manager Howie Roseman learned his lesson with that 2011 "Dream Team...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 6 months ago 7,695 reads 37 comments

  22. Is Brian Orakpo Worth a Massive Contract from Washington?

    As free agency gets underway, the Washington Redskins are finally free from the salary-cap sanctions that handcuffed them on the open market the last two years...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 7 months ago 10,275 reads 26 comments

  23. Washington Redskins 2014 Free-Agency Primer: What to Expect, What to Watch

    Freedom! After back-to-back years in salary-cap prison as a result of $36 million worth of sanctions from the NFL , the Washington Redskins finally have money to spend on the free-agent market...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 7 months ago 8,550 reads 24 comments

  24. Philadelphia Eagles 2014 Free Agency Primer: What to Expect, What to Watch

    The Philadelphia Eagles have already been quite possibly the busiest team of the 2014 NFL offseason, re-signing their top two impending free agents, Riley Cooper and Jeremy ...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 7 months ago 13,140 reads 58 comments

  25. New York Giants 2014 Free Agency Primer: What to Expect, What to Watch

    Last year, with two of their fiercest division rivals still handcuffed by a combined $46 million in league-imposed salary cap sanctions, the New York Giants got a little wilder than usual in free agency...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 7 months ago 7,574 reads 41 comments