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Trivia: February 15, 2017

John Lynch is the GM now in San Francisco, and he might want to start by finding some bodies who can help shape up a notoriusly leaky run defense. The 49ers allowed 11 rushers over 100 yards last year. In NFL history, what's the only team that's allowed more 100-yard runners in a single season? answer »

Around the NFL: Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks have quietly signed Blair Walsh, who was unemployed for the second half of last year. And he’s more than just a camp leg – he’ll probably be their kicker on opening day.  more »

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Around the NFL: Latavius Murray

Latavius Murray had a serviceable enough season for the Raiders last year, rushing for 788 yards and 12 TDs. But considering he was running behind one of the league's best offensive lines on a 12-win team, it wasn't so impressive that it's certain he'll be back in 2017. Murray is headed for free agency, and won't necessarily be a priority for the Raiders.   more »

Trivia: February 14, 2017

What’s the only division where all four head coaches have been in place for at least two years? answer »

Around the NFL: Los Angeles Rams

The Rams have a new head coach, but they’re keeping their running backs coach. Sean McVay says Todd Gurley called him to lobby for Skip Peete to be kept in that role.  more »

Factoid: Paul Perkins

The Giants may decide to cut ties with veteran Rashad Jennings in the offseason. Jennings turns 32 next month and comes off a poor season, averaging just 3.3 yards per carry. That would seem to make second-year back Paul Perkins the favorite to start, but the Giants may also look to add somebody at the position.   more »

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Trivia: February 13, 2017

How many states are home to more than one NFL stadium? answer »


Mailbag: February 12, 2017

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In today's mini-edition, Ian looks as the issue of how fantasy leagues can utilize the always problematic Week 17. more »


Around the NFL: DeSean Jackson

DeSean Jackson is headed for free agency. He said yesterday he wants to stay in Washington, but it remains to be seen if Washington will pay him enough to keep him. Arguably the league's best big-play receiver will have plenty of interested teams.   more »

Trivia: February 12, 2017

The NFL started in 1920. What two franchises out of those 14 still exist today? answer »

Around the NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars make an early offseason surprise. They paid Julius Thomas $3 million on Friday. He’ll apparently be on their 2017 roster, and I didn’t see that coming – I figured they would admit their mistake an move on.  more »


Around the NFL: Kansas City Defense

Safety Eric Berry played last season under the franchise tag, but says there's no way he'll play under the tag again; he'd determined to get a long-term deal. Hopefully that contract will be ironed out before our preseason annual is finalized, as it will have an effect on where the Kansas City defense winds up in our rankings.   more »

Trivia: February 11, 2017

What are the only two divisions in which none of the teams have a head coach who has served as a head coach in a Super Bowl game? answer »

Around the NFL: New England Patriots

With the Patriots, you get the impression they’re coached better than other teams. Seldom do you see them beat themselves – they don’t make the critical error at just the wrong time like so many other teams.   more »


Factoid: Josh Doctson

First-round wideout Josh Doctson made no noise as a rookie, his season wiped out by a lingering Achilles injury. What should be the expectations for the Washington receiver in Year 2?  more »

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