With Joe Flacco, here's what the Broncos' offense could look like
To get more from their offense and get a rebound from their new starting QB, the Broncos will draw from their past.
What charges could mean for Patriots owner Robert Kraft
Kraft is facing charges of misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution. What will the consequences be for him and the NFL?
Pats' Kraft facing charges of soliciting prostitute
Police in Florida say they have videotape of Patriots owner Robert Kraft paying for a sex act inside an illicit massage parlor in Florida.
Inside Kevin Mawae's agonizing wait for his Hall of Fame nod
Sitting tight. A sick feeling. Deep breaths. Elation. Ride the roller coaster of emotions as the 16-year NFL center finally gets the knock on the door.
Questions remain about Todd Gurley's playoff performance, and his future
Todd Gurley led the NFL in touchdowns last season, but sat out the Rams' final two regular-season games and was limited in the playoffs. What gives?
Barnwell predicts AFC East moves: Time for life without Gronk?
There could be big changes in New England this offseason. The Jets, meanwhile, have money to spend, and everyone is still chasing the Pats.
Why Bills should consider trading sacks leader Jerry Hughes
With quality pass-rushers likely to be available in the draft and free agency, the timing might be right for Buffalo to revamp its defensive front.
Antonio Brown trade: Steelers' hefty price, what new team is getting
Brown and the Steelers agree a trade is best. Now the stage is set for negotiations, which creates a new set of questions.
Is Le'Veon Bell worth a huge contract? Why there are better options
The former Steelers running back isn't worth a large payday, and there are cheaper alternatives who could outperform him.
Getting the NFL's five biggest spenders out of salary-cap hell
The Eagles are currently more than $22 million over the salary cap. How can they, and four other teams, save money?
Can Saints keep Mark Ingram from leaving in free agency?
Ingram is closing in on 30 but remains productive; the Saints have minimal cap space. Whether they stick together could depend on the market.
Let's get Cleveland to the playoffs: Barnwell predicts AFC North moves
Things are looking up for the Browns -- finally. In Pittsburgh, meanwhile, the Steelers' big three could be down to one in a month.
So long, 2018 season. It's never too early to look ahead to 2019. Our crew of insiders weighs in on the biggest topics of the offseason.
Alabama's Quinnen Williams is one of several game-wreckers in Round 1. Mel projects Picks 1-32 in April's draft, and it's heavy on pass-rushers.
The Browns have a new coach and a franchise QB. But under owner Jimmy Haslam, they have been repeatedly sabotaged by infighting and ineptitude. So what will win out: hope or history?