Jerry Angelo was the General Manager of the Chicago Bears from 2001 to 2012. Prior to joining the Bears, Angelo spent 14 years overseeing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' scouting department as their Director of Player Personnel. Angelo graduated from Miami University in 1971.
Why not look to an extended training camp for all NFL franchises?
A look into the common NFL mistake of putting too much on your head coach’s plate.
Why not institute just one cut period at the end of the preseason?
Organized Team Activities don’t get the same coverage as training camp and the preseason, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t as important.
Brian Hoyer’s role in Cleveland is about far more than simply lining up under center.
Once lauded for their efforts, NFL running backs have watched their position lose value in recent years.
What happened to the era in which young signal-callers were given two years to watch and learn?
A former general manager shares the tricks of the trade when it comes to the NFL’s annual selection show.
A strategy session for draft day as well as my top-five players in this year’s rookie class.
There are multiple ways the NCAA can improve upon its current blueprint. Here are some suggestions.
How much emphasis should be placed on Pro Day workouts compared to what transpired on the field?
Now that the market has settled, the NFP takes a look at how all that money was spent.
DEC 25 Joel Corry
Several deserving players were left off this year’s rosters for a variety of reasons.
DEC 23 Jeff Fedotin
Playoff-bound Detroit notches 11th win in sloppy performance.
DEC 19 Joel Corry
A look at how the Chicago Bears could swing a trade to deal their high-priced quarterback.