Len Pasquarelli has covered the NFL for 34 seasons for a variety of newspapers and web sites. He is a past president of the PFWA, a Hall of Fame selector, and the 2008 winner of the McCann Award for long and distinguished contributions to the profession.
NFL teams already spend hundreds of thousands on player evaluations during draft season. Will the Incognito-Martin situation in Miami force them to do more?
Atlanta quarterbacks—both former and present—have had a rough go of it in 2013.
Rookie running back Eddie Lacy gives the Packers a dimension the team has been missing over the last few years.
A look inside NFL defenses, who happen to be scoring at an alarming rate.
Sunday night’s loss to Indianapolis exposed issues that had been lurking beneath the surface in Denver.
The rich could be getting richer, as reinforcements are on the way for several of the league’s top teams.
With all eyes on the Denver Broncos, Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs are off to a lightning quick 6-0 start.
It looks like the Bills found a steal in middle linebacker Kiko Alonso.
On the verge of a trip to the Super Bowl in January, the Falcons now sit at 1-4.
A look at the NFL’s latest high risk/high reward position.
Through the first four games of the season, it’s difficult to leave Aqib Talib out of the conversation regarding the league’s best cornerback.
Sunday brought the sad news that former Pittsburgh great L.C. Greenwood died at the age of 67.
MAR 07 Joel Corry
Front offices and agents of soon-to-be free agents can begin discussions this weekend.
MAR 04 Jerry Angelo
At some point, even the best partnerships in the NFL will begin to dissolve.
MAR 04 Jeff Fedotin
Amidst swirling rumors, Colts would serve as perfect team for embattled tackle.