|» ||Who's going to draft a QB in April? Rating all 32 NFL teams' chances|
The 2018 NFL draft class is rich with quarterback talent. Which teams will go for the top-tier guys in Round 1? Which will wait until Day 3? Which aren't even in the market? NFL Nation reporters evaluate interest throughout the league.
|» ||QB class primer: Everything you need to know about Allen, Rosen, Darnold and more|
Scouting reports, insight from NFL personnel and what's next -- we've got it all on the best signal-callers in next year's draft. Catch up on the most-talked-about class in years.
|» ||QB Brady at practice with gloves on both hands|
One day after he injured his throwing hand, Tom Brady was spotted wearing gloves on both his hands during Thursday's practice. Brady was at warm-ups, but did not take part in the rest of practice.
|» ||Sean McVay tabbed Coach of Year by PFWA|
Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams was named Coach of the Year by the Pro Football Writers of America. Howie Roseman of the Philadelphia Eagles was chosen as Executive of the Year.
|» ||Fournette says Steelers fan rear-ended his car|
When Leonard Fournette was rear-ended in Jacksonville on Tuesday, he was surprised to find out the driver was a Steelers fan.
|» ||Steelers promote QB coach Fichtner to OC|
The Pittsburgh Steelers elevated quarterbacks coach Randy Fichtner to offensive coordinator on Thursday. Fichtner has spent the past eight years as quarterbacks coach, helping Ben Roethlisberger throw for 31,763 yards and 202 touchdowns during that span.
|» ||Falcons say new deal for Ryan is top priority|
The Atlanta Falcons say that a contract extension for quarterback Matt Ryan is a top priority.
|» ||Morstead 'blown away' by Vikes fans donations|
New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead promised to return to Minnesota to deliver donations from Vikings fans.
|» ||First-graders send Jags game plan to beat Pats|
Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone revealed on Thursday that a first-grade class from a local school sent a game plan on how to defeat the Patriots. "We're just taking as much advice as we can because we need it," Marrone said.
|» ||Broncos looking into reported Sanders case|
The Denver Broncos say they are aware of a report that Emmanuel Sanders was the focus of a sexual assault investigation that did not lead to charges.
|» ||Biggest injury questions for playoff teams|
How much do we know about the injury to Tom Brady's throwing hand? NFL Nation reporters assess the biggest injuries for this weekend's conference title games.
|» ||Bill Belichick rewriting the record books for head coaches in playoffs|
When it comes to playoff football, no one has done it better in the history of the NFL than Bill Belichick. His Patriots players explain why.
|» ||Jaguars have the Big Blue-print that could rattle Tom Brady|
Like the Giants in the 2007 and 2011 Super Bowls, the Jaguars have a front four that could ruin Tom Brady's day and crush New England's title hopes.
|» ||How the Jaguars can defend Gronk: No 'secret formula,' but here's a start|
No defense wants to see Gronk spike the football in the end zone. It's a nightmare. Jacksonville has the talent to limit him, however, and force Tom Brady to use other options. Here's how.
|» ||Dilfer to Bortles on his many critics: 'Don't listen to us'|
Trent Dilfer, himself not a highly regarded QB who won it all, has ignored past criticism and urges the Jags' Blake Bortles to tune out the static.
|» ||Next stop, Super Bowl? Tracing Case Keenum's strange NFL journey|
Case Keenum went undrafted, lost his first eight games as a starter and was cut three times in five NFL seasons before his improbable breakthrough.
|» ||Eagles' secret weapon? An analytics-fueled attack|
Going for it on fourth down, going for two, rationing timeouts: Some of what the Eagles do might seem random, but each decision is quite calculated.
|» ||Eagles' Zach Ertz can change the narrative even more against Vikings|
In his first Pro Bowl season, the tight end led Philadelphia in catches and yards and was tied for second on the team in touchdowns.
|» ||Vikings would get slight bump in hometown Super Bowl, say oddsmakers|
Should they get past the Eagles, the Vikings would have a slight additional advantage on their home field in Super Bowl LII, according to oddsmakers.
|» ||Vikes' Shurmur focuses on Eagles, not future|
Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur on potentially becoming a head coach soon: "We don't let things that are happening around us to distract us. And this week is no different."
|» ||Chargers to create unique environment at Inglewood Stadium; PSLs on sale soon|
The Chargers say with the "flip of a switch" the stadium they will call home will be able to create an experience specific to their team and the Rams.
|» ||Top looming free-agent decisions for all 32 teams|
Case Keenum has led the Vikings to the NFC title game. But he might not even be back next season -- all three quarterbacks in Minnesota could hit the open market. NFL Nation reporters assess questions throughout the league.
|» ||NFL Insiders predict: Le'Veon Bell's best 2018 team fit|
The Steelers' star running back is a free agent and has already threatened to retire if he's hit with the franchise tag again. So where should he go? Or is Pittsburgh the ideal spot? Our insiders weigh in.
|» ||Mike Tomlin defends onside kick, Patriots comments: 'I don't fear failure'|
The Steelers coach made no apologies for his perceived overconfidence or Sunday's game strategy, saying: "I'm not worried about those types of things."
|» ||Greatest plays in NFL playoff history: Vikings' miracle game winner makes list|
How good was Keenum's throw to Diggs for a 61-yard TD to put Minnesota in the NFC title game? It's one of many miraculous plays in NFL playoff history.
|» ||MVP, rookie of the year and other award winners in each NFL division|
Some choices were obvious, others might have been controversial. See who our NFL Nation reporters chose for offensive and defensive MVPs, coach of the year and rookie of the year in each division.
|» ||How rookies ranked in 'Madden NFL 18': Kamara, Saints lead the way|
Alvin Kamara surpassed expectations, substantially elevating his rating to finish among the top of his class. Here are the top 10 rookies in the game.