The norm is for the defensive line to make plays in front of the linebackers and defensive backs so that running backs in particular are not able to come through to the second and third levels bar
By: Tony Andracki, Scott Krinch and Mark Strotman
Every week during the NFL season, CSNChicago.com's Scott Krinch and
Defensive end Shea McClellin, out the last two weeks after suffering a hamstring strain in practice after his three-sack game in Green Bay, said he expects to be ready to play a
By Charlie Roumeliotis
Since the NFL modified their overtime regulations, no team has elected to defer to their opponent after winning the coin toss.