Albert Breer

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The NFL’s Biggest Position Battle Might Be in Denver

The quarterback dilemma facing new Broncos coach Vance Joseph kicks off a look at the intriguing camp calls to come. Plus early rookies who’ve stood out, what the Pats sacrificed in keeping Garoppolo and much more

How the Texans Found Their Man in Deshaun Watson

One night in early January kick-started a love affair that resulted in Houston GM Rick Smith doing something he’s never done before. Plus notes on the Jets rebuild, a QB’s ideal landing spot and early 2018 buzz

In Buffalo, an Organization Still Broken

Rex Ryan was fired, and now GM Doug Whaley is out less than a day after the draft wrapped up. Three years after buying the Bills, the Pegulas have yet to even begin to build an organization

Everything Falls Into Place for Tampa

The Bucs entered the offseason looking to add more speed on offense; O.J. Howard falling into their laps was a stroke of good fortune. Plus, why Buffalo might have gotten a steal at QB, the Patriots’ first pick had opposing scouts groaning, and skipping bowls didn’t hurt Fournette or McCaffrey, but as for Jake Butt…

Draft Day 2 Analysis: The Browns Play It Smart

Rather than reach for a quarterback, Cleveland waited through the first round while continuing to build its roster, then took a flyer on DeShone Kizer in Round 2. It’s all going according to plan

The Last-Chance Mock Draft

The MMQB’s final mock draft, on the day of the big event, sees the Browns making a move for Mitchell Trubisky and the Panthers pulling a surprise with Christian McCaffery

Welcome to Draft Day

It’s here, it’s now and it’s unpredictable. How far will Gareon Conley fall? When will the QBs be picked? Which team holds the most power? Here’s an attempt to answer those questions ... and one final first-round mock

How the NFL Judges Character

In wake of Aaron Hernandez' story, a conversation with former Eagles president and Browns CEO Joe Banner on judging the character of draft picks, like Cleveland's second pick in the 2014 first round, Johnny Manziel

Dean Blandino Leaves. Who Wants to Step Into the Fire?

Agree with him or not, the NFL officiating czar, reportedly headed to TV, was front and center in one of the league’s most high-pressure, high-visibility positions. The toughest job for Dean Blandino’s replacement will be to handle the heat from all sides

Sophomore Spurt or Slump?

The first offseason is crucial for quarterbacks coming off their rookie years. Here’s a look at where Jared Goff, Carson Wentz and Paxton Lynch stand. Plus notes on a draft QB’s freefall, Saints-Pats trade talk and more