The ‘Legion of Boom’ core is no more, but things have taken on a 2012 kind of vibe in Seattle—and that’s just how Pete Carroll likes it. Plus, Tom Brady’s taste of normalcy, Hue Jackson jumps in a lake, Kobe Bryant talks to the Pats, Derrius Guice shines on the field, Malcolm Jenkins shines off it, Manziel shines in another country, and Durant, LeBron and Gronk the Horse shine in sports that aren’t football
The Jets seem to have found a quarterback (maybe even more than one), the Bills seemed to make moves with an eye on the future, the Dolphins seem to want a culture change and, dare we say, the Patriots seem to have lost more than they gained
Giants QB Davis Webb may have not played a single snap as a rookie in 2017, but after a season of closely shadowing Eli Manning, he maintains that he's an "eighty-billion times better" quarterback than he was a year ago. Good enough to claim the title of "Manning's successor"? Let Webb explain for himself.
Why new Bears head coach Matt Nagy has a chance to take his second-year QB to the next level. Plus, why Ty Montgomery’s jersey number matters, what it means to miss OTAs, and revisiting the Seahawks’ decision to pass in Super Bowl XLIX
Brandon Beane worked under Dave Gettleman during the GM's four years in Carolina, and while Gettleman's never faced anything like cancer before, Beane is confident in Gettleman's ability to overcome adversity.
In our third annual show rankings the NFL’s top safeties, Earl Thomas is knocked out of the top spot for the first time. Plus, a look at the bafflingly soft market for safeties, and why three safeties on the field might become the new normal in the NFL
June means stock-taking in pro football, so in our newest incarnation of the Monday column, Albert Breer tackles the top issues—especially what’s cooking in Miami and New England, and which defensive stars face a contract showdown—as minicamps kick off this week