Pro Football Weekly looks back on the final full day of practices at the Senior Bowl.
Locker's physical traits standing out at the Senior Bowl
Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano barely held onto his job this offseason, and quarterback Chad Henne may not have his for long.
Knowing New England, this offseason will have them set up for another strong run in 2011.
We're months away from a season that isn't even guaranteed, but with Pro Football Weekly's Fantasy magazine about to hit the presses, the staff gathered in the war room for this year's Mock Auction Fantasy Draft.
Stranded on Revis Island? Time for Lights Out? Cooling down with Matty Ice? Seemingly every NFL player has a nickname, and PFW has voted on the league's top five nicknames.
Raiders CB Nnamdi Asomugha is arguably the best free agent player on the market regardless of position. So when free agency finally picks up after the lockout, where will he land?
It's not a certainty that Steve Smith is headed out of Carolina, but if he doesn't pair up with Cam Newton next year, here's where he could end up.
The search for Steven Jackson's backup in St. Louis is under way, and Cadillac Williams, Steve Slaton, and Darren Sproles are all candidates. PFW's Whispers include the front runner, and much more.
The Jets chose Nnamdi Asomugha as their CB moving forward, not Antonio Cromartie. The problem? The Eagles won the Nnamdi sweepstakes, leaving the Jets and Cromartie with an awkward re-signing.
Two weeks after his agent said he was in "freakish shape," Randy Moss has reportedly decided to retire from the NFL. Now, the obvious question: Will he stay retired?
Arian Foster, Adrian Peterson and Chris Johnson sit atop PFW's running back rankings, but there are several other backs worth keeping an eye on before heading into your fantasy football draft.
Brandon Marshall and Larry Fitzgerald have as much talent as any receivers in the NFL. But when it comes to fantasy football, will the lack of talent around them hinder them like it did a year ago?
Thanks to Antonio Gates, the competition for the #1 fantasy tight end is not up for discussion. But as the NFL turns more to the passing game, do TEs like Dallas Clark, Jason Witten and Vernon Davis have increased value?
As if they needed any help. The Patriots were 14-2 a season ago, and of any team in the AFC East, they garnered the best post-lockout grade with acquisitions of players like Chad Ochocinco and Albert Haynesworth.
Peyton Manning has been a top fantasy scorer for over a decade, so it's crazy to call him a potential bust, right? Having not yet thrown a pass since offseason neck surgery, he's one of four guys we're not sure about.