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The Greatest Player Who Never Was

Joe Don Looney came to the NFL as a generational talent, a first-round pick despite being dismissed from his college team. He left a legacy of frustrated coaches, barroom brawls and constant disappointment. And when it was over, he embarked on a post-football life like no other

24 Hours ... With Sean McVay

He may be the youngest coach in NFL history, but the Rams’ new head man is in unquestioned command of his team. Word for the wise—no daydreaming in meetings!

The Rookies Who Will Raise Andy Dalton’s Game

The Bengals are only as good as the supporting cast around their quarterback. With the addition of John Ross and Joe Mixon, Cincinnati’s offense will become unpredictable and possibly unstoppable

2017 NFL Draft: Lasting Impressions

The newly minted NFL players still have a lot to prove—especially the quarterbacks—but teams have showed us how they plan to shape their rosters and schemes in the coming years

2017 NFL Draft: First Impressions of First Round

From the obvious choice at No. 1 to the stunner at No. 2 and all the action that followed, here’s pick-by-pick analysis of how each player slots into the system of his new team. In the case of the 8th pick, the fit may not be as good as advertised

Don’t Bring Any Disrespect at Jamal Adams

Even if you’re just trying to block him, the former LSU safety is going to take it the wrong way. We learned that by watching game film with the likely top-five pick who grew up in football’s fast lane

Inside the Film Room With… Solomon Thomas

He looks like Russell Wilson (just a little big bigger), and might ultimately play the same unique role as another Seahawks star: Michael Bennett. But one thing is clear from his performance against North Carolina in the Sun Bowl: Thomas is dominant enough to warrant a top-five pick

Is Richard Sherman on the Decline?

There’s trade talk bubbling around the two-time All-Pro—and a subtle but important flaw in his game in 2016 shows why the Seahawks may be questioning his long-term future in Seattle