Cutler is unemployed while Glennon and Mark Sanchez are not. And Houston, Romo ain’t walking through that door. Plus, who’s drafting a quarterback too high?
Football—the ultimate ‘F’ word in a sport full of them. Others include ‘free,’ as in free agency; ‘first,’ as in first round—but what does it all mean?
The Bears are looking for a quarterback, but why would Mike Glennon be the answer? And the Bills may release Tyrod Taylor. What?
Do the Bears want Jay Cutler back? Probably not. Will he be back? Most certainly not. So who do you want, Bears fans? And how? Be careful what you wish for.
Two years after the fact, video of the incident that would get Joe Mixon suspended in 2014 has emerged. Don’t you dare pass off what he did as “equality”.
How long can it go on? Let’s look at the early success Wentz, Siemian, Prescott—and even Garoppolo—have been experiencing this season.
What can we make of the weeks Joey Bosa, Josh Brown, and Josh Gordon have had? Well, if anything, it’s that talent outshines just about everything.
This week, we discuss the gem who is Eli Apple’s mother, Cleveland, and coin flips. Err, flops. Coin flops.
Josh Booty was a two-sport athlete who didn’t excel at either one when it came to making it at the professional level, but the saga was an interesting one.
Notes from Oakland’s 2010 “Draft Bible” were leaked this past week, but The Sports Post was able to acquire notes from past seasons as well.
Whatever it is, the National Football League denies it. Plus Laremy Tunsil, Johnny Manziel, Tom Brady, and potential New York Times fallout.
We’ve already looked at the steals, but what about those who were drafted early and never panned out? We found 1 standout from all 32 NFL teams—who’s yours?
Cleveland seems to have made a smart football move—will they blow it again? And, coming to you soon: NFL on Twitter.
Who were the biggest draft steals out of the AFC since the year 2000? From Ed Reed to Jared Allen to Brandon Marshall, we rattle them all off.
When it comes to finding gems in the NFL Draft, there’s perhaps no position more likely to yield a valuable starter in the later rounds than offensive line.
We find ourselves less than two weeks away from the National Football League Draft—who has been each team’s most valuable draft pick since the year 2000?
As we move closer to the NFL Draft, who is going to be there in the late rounds at the linebacker position? Who should be looked at?