Here is a roundup of SI.com's 10 most popular stories this week. Be sure to read to the bottom for a bonus story from the SI Vault.
The NFL draft is still four months away, but it's never too early to speculate about potential destinations for the NFL's next wave of rookies. A certain former Heisman Trophy winning quarterback may be on his way to the Big Apple. By Chris Burke.
Washington Huskies running back Deontae Cooper has suffered three ACL tears. But despite those setbacks, Cooper is still aiming to make it to the NFL. By Greg Bishop.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel's first NFL start was a bit of a debacle: Manziel finished 10-of-18 with just 80 passing yards and two interceptions in a 30-0 loss to the Bengals. His first full game under center showed what the quarterback needs to do to elevate his game. By Doug Farrar.
SI.com's 2014 college football All-America team unsurprisingly includes Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota. But who else made the cut?
When the Magic traded away Dwight Howard during the summer of 2012, Orlando received relatively unknown center Nikola Vucevic in their return haul of prospects. Improbably, Vucevic has risen from anonymous seven-footer to a franchise center on the verge of stardom. By Lee Jenkins.
Roger Federer won 73 ATP Tour matches. An astonishing 36 players over the age of 30 were at one point ranked in the ATP Top 100. Re-live the 2014 tennis season through a numerical breakdown. By Courtney Nguyen.
The Lions have long been an NFL punchline, but suddenly Detroit looks like a contender. After 14 years with the Lions, center Dominic Raiola has seen more futility than most NFL players. But after years of almost constant losing, Raiola finally expects to win. By Michael Rosenberg.
The hockey world has recently been abuzz over the mumps, a disease that has found its way into a number of NHL locker rooms. But another medical issue deserves attention: Blood clots are proving to be one of the most dangerous conditions for NHL players and other athletes. By Sarah Kwak.
Thierry Henry retired this week after a legendary career spent with Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona, the New York Red Bulls and France's national team. His game was defined by pace, touch, imagination, finishing ability and a penchant for winning -- but mainly, it was defined by grace. By Jonathan Wilson.
When Tyson Chandler entered the NBA in 2001 as a much-hyped high school prospect, he had all the raw materials seemingly necessary for success. But after an underwhelming start to his career, Chandler has carefully refined his game to become a quality big man. By Rob Mahoney.
There was no action in the TCU locker room before the 1957 Cotton Bowl, but what Marvin Newman photographed there is as close to the essence of sports as anything that happens on a playing field. By Gary Smith.