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The sneaky success of the second-round QB
When the NFL draft finally kicks off Thursday night, we have a pretty good idea that quarterbacks Jared Goff and Carson Wentz are going to go with the first two picks, probably in that order -- and that's about where the certainties end. While we know trades are the norm, it's still possible that,
Which NFL teams will pick a QB in the 2016 NFL draft?
Peyton Manning is gone. Tony Romo is getting older. Andrew Luck is a mainstay. NFL teams run the gamut when it comes to their needs at quarterback. NFL Nation reporters predict which teams will select a signal-caller, which teams are standing pat and which teams should possibly re-consider their
The rise and fall and rise again of Ted Ginn Jr.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Two catches 1 yard 13 games. That was the entirety of Ted Ginn Jr .'s contribution to the San Francisco 49ers ' offense in 2012, when his once-promising career bottomed out. Back then, the wide receiver was hearing concerns from everyone: his wife, friends and total strangers.
Bill O'Brien names Texans QB Brian Hoyer starter for Week 6 vs. Jaguars
Brian Hoyer is the Houston Texans ' starting quarterback. For how long remains uncertain. "I think it's 11 one-game seasons," Texans coach Bill O'Brien said. "He's the starter for Jacksonville . I think over the last two games, he's gone in there with a really good attitude, with a calmness about
With new weapons, Derek Carr's upside grows
NAPA, CA -- As you watch Oakland Raiders practice this summer, you feel something different in the air. You also see it. Quarterback Derek Carr looks very comfortable behind center even though he's only beginning his second season. The Raiders may have hit on a No. 1 wide receiver with the
Jaguars fire Jedd Fisch
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jaguars have fired offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch because of what coach Gus Bradley said were philosophical differences related to how much the team asked of rookie quarterback Blake Bortles . Bradley felt Fisch was overloading Bortles with too much of the offense at one
Chicago's Cutler exit strategies
The Chicago Bears ' move to bench quarterback Jay Cutler sure looks like a prelude to releasing or trading the NFL's 2014 leader in turnovers. It would be an amazing, perhaps even unprecedented move one year after the Bears signed Cutler to a seven-year contract averaging $18.1 million per season.
Geno Smith facing long odds
The New York Jets are sticking with quarterback Geno Smith -- for now -- despite a disappointing start to his second NFL season. It's a logical move as long as there's a chance Smith will improve with experience. Even if backup Michael Vick were to provide a short-term upgrade, he's 34 years old
Geno Smith has a long way to go
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Geno Smith was going to be a different man this season or at least the man who finished the past season finally looking like a quarterback who could someday win games for the New York Jets . Big games, too. He was never going to be Peyton Manning ; that much was fairly
Chargers didn't 'expose' Sherman
Richard Sherman has talked a big game and played one, too. It's been a winning combination for the Seattle Seahawks ' fourth-year cornerback. We can debate where he stands among the NFL's top corners, but there's no debating his relevance. Sherman became a story in Week 1, when the Green Bay