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Replacing DeMarco Murray: Randle Is Right

Joseph Randle has done some dumb things recently, but he was right about DeMarco Murray’s 2014 season: The rushing champ should have gone for more. Here's why Randle—or another Cowboys back—could be in for a monster 2015

Raiders Report: A Curious Combination of Old, New

With vets like Justin Tuck, Lamarr Woodley and Donald Penn joining forces with exciting youngsters like Khalil Mack and possibly Derek Carr at QB, Oakland hopes it has found the right mix to end its 11-year skid of non-winning seasons

Why the Big-Money Back Is a Vanishing Breed

The position of Sayers, Smith and Sanders is now one of the least valuable in pro football. What led to the dramatic decline in the worth of running backs? Decreasing big-play potency, ever-evolving offenses and just plain cheaper alternatives

Contrasting Styles

Peyton Manning and Terrelle Pryor highlight the difference between pocket maneuverability and mobility, but only one quarterback will be scrambling for his life on Monday night. It won’t be the one breaking in a new left tackle