PFW's Eric Edholm welcomes you to the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine. (2/23)
If there's any one thing Stafford has to do to break through in 2011, it's play 16 games. (6/29)
Plenty of NFL head coaches haven't yet won a playoff game. But none of them have coached nine years. Even after a 9-7 playoff season with the Bengals, Marvin Lewis is on the hot seat.
The Steelers waived goodbye to a few key veterans and dealt with a lengthy holdout from Mike Wallace. But Roethlisberger, Brown and others return with an eye on heading to the playoffs yet again.
The popular opinion these days is that the undefeated Atlanta Falcons won’t stay that way for much longer. If that’s the case, when will the Falcons suffer their first loss?
Boston College's Donnie Fletcher said it himself--pro prospects from BC tend to come from the offensive or defensive line. But he's a DB making an impact at the Senior Bowl both at corner and safety.
Toughness and willingness to play hurt should impress NFL scouts. (4/18)
The 49ers have a Defensive MVP candidate every year in Patrick Willis. But in Monday’s battle of the inside linebackers, the Cardinals have a good one of their own in Daryl Washington.
The Baltimore Ravens will be without Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb for the rest of the season. Can they still win the AFC North? The answer may have less to do with their defense than you think.
The 49ers and Rams traded sacks and missed field goals, and after overtime nothing had been settled. They orchestrated the first tie in four seasons, and the NFC West is as tight a race as ever.
Raheem Morris' job is on the line in the Bucs' last three weeks. And as one NFL evaluator told PFW, his sideline screaming compares to that of Herm Edwards--but that doesn't make it productive.
Hernandez is impressive in any uniform--especially for his fantasy owners. (9/15)
The Falcons run defense has struggled. How could they stop one of the league's hottest RBs, Doug Martin? Held to 50 yards rushing, the Bucs still have a long road to make the postseason.
PFW brings you a special Players to Watch with some of the country’s best tandems at a particular position, including a Rutgers LB duo that has one player getting the hype and the other making plays.
Hard worker, sound blocker, and will be a core special teams player. (4/12)
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