The King of the Free Agent Class is Named A.J. Bouye

The undrafted cornerback stunned the Texans with his 2016 production and now leads a group of relative unknowns about to cash in on the open market. Plus the NFL’s O-line issues, a lesson on quarterbacks and more

Darrelle Revis’s Real Value

An NFL personnel guy weighs in on the troubled Jets cornerback and what kind of market might develop in free agency. Plus mailbag items on Tom Brady, the Browns quarterback situation and Tony Romo’s contract

Famous, But Not in the Hall

He’s an iconic Packer who won five NFL championships and was named to the NFL’s 50th Anniversary Team, which featured all Hall-of-Famers except for him. So what’s keeping Jerry Kramer out of Canton?

John Ross Speeds Toward the Draft

How the University of Washington receiver—and possibly the fastest man in the 2017 draft—got help from DeSean Jackson and Snoop Dogg en route to becoming a likely first-round pick

The Real Johnny Foxborough Is Pretty Great, Too

To Bill Belichick, “Johnny Foxborough” is the the anonymous high school quarterback down the street who can replace Tom Brady in a moment’s notice. But it turns out the actual high school QB down the street has his own story worth telling

The Best Free Agents Available on Offense

What does Washington do with Kirk Cousins? How badly do the Patriots need to keep Martellus Bennett? How ’bout Alshon Jeffery? And the Bengals’ O-line? We break down the top free agents on the offensive side of the ball

Tommy Maddox on XFL, Elway and Big Ben

The long-time quarterback looks back fondly on his XFL MVP season (training camp at a casino!), how the league opened the door for one last chance in the NFL, and his time as Elway’s heir apparent and Roethlisberger’s placeholder

‘A Very Attractive Man of Great Sexual Power’

Our intrepid correspondent picks up where he left off in his quest to make it in the Arena Football League. Before he can suit up, he has to charm the rock star owners of the LA KISS and beg his way back on the team

The Unconventional Career Path of 49ers GM John Lynch

A lack of scouting experience doesn’t mean San Francisco’s new leader of personnel isn’t ready for the job. An exploration of the challenge ahead, plus notes on the 2018 draft QBs, Kirk Cousins, franchise tags and more