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On The Clock: Packers

On The Clock: Packers

by Bill Lund

The Green Bay Packers fought their way to the NFC North title despite missing their leader, Aaron Rodgers, most of the season. Injuries seem to plague the Packers on a yearly basis yet they always are in contention come playoff time... Read more

Ranking The OLBs

Ranking The OLBs

by David Seigerman

Pity Brian Orakpo. When Washington slapped its franchise tag on him in March, it set him up to make a $11.4 million in 2014 -- the highest base salary among all linebackers... Read more

On The Clock: Eagles

On The Clock: Eagles

by David Seigerman

The question that dominated the lead-up to the 2013 NFL Draft is a distant memory today. No longer is anyone questioning whether Chip Kelly's act would play on football's biggest stage... Read more

Three Questions For The Senior Bowl

Three Questions For The Senior Bowl

by Bill Lund

The 2014 Reese's Senior Bowl is just around the corner, and it is the first opportunity for some of the nation's best prospects to increase their draft stock in the eyes of every GM, coach and scout in the NFL. 1... Read more

Scouting The Fight Hunger Bowl

Scouting The Fight Hunger Bowl

by David Seigerman

As part of Football.com's coverage of all 35 bowl games, we will provide a draft prospect-primer, so you know whom to watch during every postseason game... Read more

Evaluating Draft Prospects 101: OLBs

Evaluating Draft Prospects 101: OLBs

by Bill Lund

Editor's Note: This week, we will launch a series of features designed to teach fans what to look for when watching game film and evaluating prospects at different positions. Through YouTube, DVRs, sites like Draftbreakdown... Read more

Football.com's 2013-'14 All-Draftable Team

Football.com's 2013-'14 All-Draftable Team

by Matt LaPan

Coaches, players and fans across the nation are preparing for the first weekend of college football. And while it is a full season away, it is never too early to look ahead at which players could make a splash in next year's draft... Read more

College Work Still Incomplete

College Work Still Incomplete

by David Seigerman

An unprecedented number of underclassmen – 73, to be precise – declared their early candidacy for the 2013 NFL Draft. Fifty of them were drafted, 15 of them went in the first round... Read more