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Business of Football
Explaining the Fifth-Year Option for Teams
Explaining the Fifth-Year Option for Teams
A key deadline occurs Friday night regarding players picked in the first round of the 2011 draft. For teams, it's a chance to get an extra year—on the cheap—from a talented young player. For players, it's a chance to see their true status
By Andrew Brandt
On Further Review
What to do at No. 2?
What to do at No. 2?
The Rams will have a tough choice May 8. Should they take the best defensive player on the board (possibly Jadeveon Clowney) or boost the offense with Sammy Watkins or a top tackle? Our unsolicited advice for St. Louis, plus mail
By Peter King
On Further Review
Why Whisenhunt Makes Sense
The Tuesday Mailbag
The Titans got their man—a coach who knows how to push the right buttons—with some down-to-the-wire decision-making. Now, can he turn Jake Locker into a franchise QB?
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Sunday Slate: Analyzing Week 4 Matchups
Sunday Slate: Analyzing Week 4 Matchups
By Andy Benoit
Game Plan
Music City Makeover, or Music City Mirage?
Music City Makeover, or Music City Mirage?
Jake Locker has been one of the league's most improved players through three weeks, but the next month will let us know if it's for real; more things I'll be looking for in Week 4
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
Strange Days Are Ruling the Season’s Start
Strange Days Are Ruling the Season’s Start
Not much has gone according to expectations so far in what’s proving to be an unpredictable 2013, plus my thoughts on Aldon Smith. By the way, I thought the Browns were tanking
By Peter King
Open Field
Grounded in Reality
Grounded in Reality
With a renewed focus on running the ball and playing stout defense, the Titans look like the Jets circa 2009. They just need Jake Locker to be better than Mark Sanchez
By Greg A. Bedard
Deep Dive
Titans Preview: Stuck in the Middle With You
Titans Preview: Stuck in the Middle With You
They’ve been too vanilla, but now the Titans are going all-in on their risky QB. Will fortune favor the newly bold?
By Andy Benoit