Don't 'Incognito' the Chargers - Tom Krasovic (paywall)
I have a hard time believing men such as Rivers, Stuckey, Gates, Hardwick, Johnson and Weddle would need "workplace training" tips. They run the team's locker room and seemed to do a very good job of it in 2013.
Yards per drive vs. time of possession - Paul Kuharsky
"The two things I would like to have success that are important: third-down conversions, because those allow drives to continue, and time of possession," Whisenhunt said. "A lot of people say they don’t care about time of possession, but if you can control the ball and be good on third down, then you are going to be in a lot of games and have a lot of opportunity to win at the end. And because of the way the NFL is now, that’s the way you have to do it."
Ranking the 2014 Free Agents: Running Backs - Michael Renner
It’s more than just looking at our grades, but factoring in longevity, age, injuries and so much more in order to tell you who we think are the best gets out there. And we’re leaving the Restricted Free Agents out of it, instead focusing just on the UFAs, the guys with a real shot at dipping their feet into the free agent pool and making your team better.
Initial 2014 NFL Rookie Pool Estimates - Over the Cap
The chart gives four categories to view. The Year One Pool is the cap allocation given to the team in 2014. The Cap Space Required column shows you how much cap space a team needs to set aside for rookies assuming that the team has 51 players under contract and all bottom players count for $420,000 against the salary cap.
Ranking the 2014 Free Agents: Defensive Interior - Michael Renner
Following yesterday’s quarterbacks and edge rushers we put up the running backs this morning and now we jump back to the defense to show you the best available interior defenders on the market.