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11:06 AM - Thursday, April 24, 2014
19 hour ago - ESPN NFL Nation Blog / Terry Blount
Breakdown: Sixth overall in strength of schedule is worse than it sounds. Half of Seattle’s games will come against 2013 playoff teams, and that doesn’t include two games against 10-6 Arizona. This is a brutal road schedule that includes fiv . . .
4/23/2014 - Behind the Steel Curtain / Simon Chester
Most fans have a favorite draft prospect or two they would like to see the Steelers take in the upcoming draft but many of us have another name or two that we would dread seeing our beloved team select in any round. This is not about . . .
19 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Tyler Conway
There are few more lasting and memorable traditions in the NFL than Monday Night Football. Today's 24/7 sports coverage and the advent of prime-time games on Sunday, Thursday and now Saturday have taken away from the spectacle that Howard Cosel . . .
4/22/2014 - ESPN / Associated Press
The NFL says 30 top prospects, including Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel and South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, will attend the draft next month in New York.
18 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Tyson Langland
The much anticipated 2014 regular-season schedule was just released for the Arizona Cardinals and 31 other NFL organizations. Even though the Cardinals' regular-season opponents have been known since January, the dates, times and network cover . . .
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Richard Langford
At the end of the college football season, quarterbacks dominated the top-five picks in mocks of the 2014 NFL draft. Perception has swayed.  Many mocks have two quarterbacks going in the top five still, but few have a quarterback going No. 1. . . .
19 hour ago - ESPN NFL Nation Blog / Josh Weinfuss
Breakdown: It’s not about how you start, it’s about how you finish, right? Arizona will be able to cut its teeth on a slew of non-division games during the first half of the season starting with San Diego on "Monday Night Football" in Week 1. . . .
4/23/2014 - Bleacher Report
Lying season. Silly season. Call this time in the NFL whatever you want, but with the 2014 NFL draft being pushed back to May 8, this year's leadup to it is sure to be absurd. Whether it's the ever-changing quarterback carousel with the top th . . .
19 hour ago - ESPN NFL Nation Blog / Rich Cimini
Breakdown: Rex Ryan must have done something to upset the folks in the league's scheduling department. Ryan's beloved defense, which struggled against the pass last season, will face five of the NFL's top six passing offenses from 2013 in rap . . .
19 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Knox Bardeen
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers did not have a good 2013 season. It was so bad, in fact, head coach Greg Schiano and general manager Mark Dominik were shown the door quickly after. What made matters worse, even more than their putrid 4-12 record, was . . .
24 hour ago - ESPN NFL Nation Blog / Jamison Hensley
The NFL releases its schedule Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET. In the hours leading up to the announcement, here are some questions to ponder about the Baltimore Ravens' 2014 schedule: What are the chances of the Ravens opening at home? Since the Ori . . .
4/21/2014 - ESPN NFL Nation Blog / Paul Gutierrez
Surprised that Terrelle Pryor has been let go by the Oakland Raiders? You shouldn’t be. Not if you were reading the Silver and Black tea leaves. At least the Raiders were able to get something in return by working out a trade with the Seattl . . .
4/23/2014 - ESPN
Johnny Manziel is on the short list of players that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are heavily considering with their first-round pick in the NFL draft, a league source told ESPN.com's Vaughn McClure.
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report
With so much depth across multiple positions, the 2014 NFL draft offers teams the opportunity to come away with some major steals outside the first round. It is still hugely important to come through with solid first-round selections, but fran . . .
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