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Greg Bedard visited ex-New England offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and explores the multiple responsibilities each receiver has on every snap.
Dan Hanzus investigates the phenomenon of Carolina players sneaking up on one another to sing lyrics from the late-90s/early-2000s terrible band, Creed.
Kevin Clark examines the strange partnership between party-machine tight end and buttoned-down coach, and how each of those descriptions fails to capture the working relationship between All-Pro and Hall of Famer.
Kevin Van Valkenberg delves into what we’ve learned about the NFL’s most-controversial quarterback this season.
Doug Farrar goes inside the Seattle locker room as the team who’d been to consecutive Super Bowls faces the unfamiliar task of cleaning out before the big game.
Benjamin Morris looks how coaches have consistently flunked basic math when making tactical decisions thus far in the playoffs.
Bill Barnwell explores the stat sheet, and how it has changed, and what “average” really means in this new, passing era.
Jenny Vrentas interviews the interviewees on what interviewing for a head coaching job is really like for the candidates.
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— NFL UK (@NFLUK) January 22, 2016
— UIW Equipment (@UIW_Equipment) January 22, 2016
Wideout upset with Sudfeld lack of velocity on deep out throw, "I'm not killing myself to make that dude look better"
— Jeff Risdon (@JeffRisdon) January 21, 2016
Draft nugget: was just told if Carson Wentz does well at Senior Bowl he's gone before Dallas gets a shot at him at 4 overall.
— Jeff Risdon (@JeffRisdon) January 19, 2016
Broncos and Panthers are reinforcing my belief in how important a good front 7 is on defense. Can cover a lot of warts with that
— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) January 25, 2016
Alex Kirby has announced the New England Patriots will be the focus his next book . In his last book on the Patriots, Kirby investigated “one of the last high-powered offenses to take the league by storm before the influence of the modern spread passing attacks came into vogue.”
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