Stephon Gilmore is drawing comparisons to Darrelle Revis from his own teammates. Is the hype justified?
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Patriots Training Camp Preview: Cornerback - Pats Pulpit
Last year was quite a strange year for the Patriots secondary. Statistically, they weren't bad. Actually, not bad at all. The Patriots defense as a whole ranked sixteenth in the NFL in points allowed--not a terrible number by any means.
Sanchez: "We've got to get it in the end zone" - Gang Green Nation
I'm sure that most of you guys know that a little while ago an article surfaced that the Jets were going to use Tim Tebow as the red-zone quarterback, and then on Thursday the Jets revealed a few wrinkles with Tebow in at the goal line during Training Camp.
Buffalo Bills' Stephon Gilmore: How Much Hype Is Too Much? - Buffalo Rumblings
Within the first week of his first NFL training camp, Buffalo Bills rookie cornerback Stephon Gilmore was drawing comparisons to Darrelle Revis from his own teammates. Is the hype justified? And is it comparable to any former Bills draft picks?
Baltimore Beatdown Interview: Ravens Rookie LB Nigel Carr - Baltimore Beat Down
Baltimore Beatdown details the highs and lows of Baltimore Ravens undrafted rookie linebacker Nigel Carr in this one-on-one interview.
Battle of the AFC North: Outside Linebackers - Behind the Steel Curtain
The battle continues—the Battle of the AFC North, that is; this time the Outside Linebackers duke it out.
Five Points On The Cincinnati Bengals Depth Chart - Cincy Jungle
The Cincinnati Bengals released their first depth chart of the preseason and most of it is something that all of us could have thrown together with a high-level of accuracy. Either way here's five instant reactions from the team's depth chart, version 1.0.
First Depth Chart for Cleveland Browns Unveiled - Dawgs By Nature
The Cleveland Browns unveiled their first depth chart of the year on Monday, as they are required to do so by the league in preparation for the team's upcoming exhibition game against the Detroit Lions.
Olympians As Texans: An Exercise In Silliness - Battle Red Blog
Have you ever wondered which current Olympians would make the best NFL players? Well, wonder no more.
Kenny Britt To Meet with the NFL on Monday - Music City Miracles
Kenny Britt gets his meeting with the commissioner in New York tomorrow.
Blaine Gabbert Most Improved Jaguars Offensive Player, Says Bob Bratkowski - Big Cat Country
Jaguars offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski says that Blaine Gabbert is the most improved offensive player on the team since April.
Is Andrew Luck Good Or Is The Colts Defense Simply That BAD? - Stampede Blue
Is Andrew Luck looking good at Colts training camp because the secondary is just THAT bad?
Denver Broncos Sign Veteran Linebacker Keith Brooking - Mile High Report
The Broncos continue to dip into the free agent pool to add depth by signing veteran Linebacker Keith Brooking to a one year deal.
The Scam of Preseason NFL Games - Bolts From The Blue
Here's how NFL preseason games are a scam and why you should never attend one.
Brandon Myers is Raiders clear number one tight end - Silver And Black Pride
Brandon Myers is solidifying himself as the Raiders number one tight end.
Dontari Poe Compared To Ted Washington, Scott Pioli Talks Backup QBs And More - Arrowhead Pride
The KC Chiefs talked on SiriusXM NFL Radio from training camp last night.
New York Giants (via Big Blue View)
Terrell Thomas' Injury: Cornerback To Avoid Surgery, Begin Rehab - Big Blue View
New York Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas will try to rehab his injured knee and will avoid surgery, at least for now.
Quarterbacks Shine As Eagles Get Back To Football - Bleeding Green Nation
It was an impossible reality to ignore despite the sadness that filled the hills of Lehigh- there is still football to be played.
Sean Lee Is Taking The Next Step - Blogging The Boys
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee continues to improve every season. In 2012 he could enter All-Pro status, but his contributions to the Cowboys go way beyond the field of play.
It Turns Out Straight-Ahead-Speed isn't Brandon Banks' Only Sizable Advantage - Hogs Haven
What we've heard from multiple observers this first week of training camp: 07/31- Mike Jones: Brandon...
Hope From Green Bay Packers Training Camp: B.J. Coleman's Bright Future - Acme Packing Company
Many in Packer nation are excited about B.J. Coleman and right now it's not hard to see why. Coleman is putting together a strong camp and offers an interesting option for the Packers' back up QB job.
Time Might Be Coming For Lions To Add A Free-Agent Running Back - Pride Of Detroit
With Stephfon Green getting hurt on Monday, the Lions may need to add more depth to the running back position.
Numbers Game: How many will the Bears carry? - Windy City Gridiron
What will the positional breakdown look like numbers-wise this season?
Where We Re-Look The Wide Receiver Corps - Daily Norseman
Last month, we looked over the 53 man roster for offense, defense, and special teams.
Vilma Offered Deal To Reduce Bounty Suspension, Sources Say - Canal Street Chronicles
ESPN is reporting that Jonathan Vilma has been offered a deal that would reduce his 2012 suspension if he drops his defamation suit against Roger Goodell.
Matt Bosher, Special Teams Weapon - The Falcoholic
The Atlanta Falcons have a true special teams asset in punter Matt Bosher.
Lock Ness: 'Camp Body' is Turning Heads - Cat Scratch Reader
In order to come from obscurity to make an NFL roster it requires hard work, desire, and more than a healthy dose of luck. For Nate Ness this came in the form of arriving at a team lacking decent NFL talent at the CB position, and coming in at a time where both Josh Norman and Brandon Hogan were sidelined by injury.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers waive Chase Coffman, sign LS Andrew DePaola - Bucs Nation
Two roster moves start off the week for the Buccaneers.
Brandon Jacobs 'Slimmed' Down And Reportedly Looking Good - Niners Nation
Brandon Jacobs has lost 15 pounds and is reportedly in good shape and feeling good about what he can do for the 49ers offense. We take a look at what this means for the running back position battle.
Arizona Cardinals/New Orleans Saints Hall Of Fame Game, Play Of The Game - Revenge of the Birds
What was the play of the game for the Arizona Cardinals in the Hall of Fame game?
Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls)
Terrell Owens Agrees To Deal With Seahawks - Field Gulls
Terrell Owens has agreed to a one year deal with the Seattle Seahawks.
St. Louis Rams, James Laurinaitis And The Middle Linebacker Market - Turf Show Times
The St. Louis Rams and James Laurinaitis are in negotiations on a contract extension. What is such a deal likely to cost the team?