Bears general manager Phil Emery explained last week how one NFL front office goes about the process of its own mock drafts, those collections of projections that become tiresome at times, comical
Linebacker Lance Briggs went through much of the past decade surrounded by a cast of friends that had some changes, but not really that many of his closests.
You’re the general manager for an established NFL team in a major Midwest market, on a lake, and you have a dilemma. You make the call.
The right-triceps tear that ended Ray Lewis season could also mark the end of a career that will place him in the highest level of inside linebackers, of players, period, in the history of football