Five years ago, Patrick Mahomes' pre-draft scouting report weighed poor mechanics against incredible results. And Todd McShay looks at the position differently today because of it.
NFL free agency kicks off March 16. Who is on the market and what will each team do?
We stacked NFL franchises from those in need of a teardown to those that just need a few tweaks. What are each eliminated team's outlook and offseason priorities?
Mel Kiper Jr. projects Round 1 of April's draft, filling needs for every team. Where will the first quarterback land?
What's next for all six NFL playoff losers: Barnwell on the Patriots' problem, Cowboys' bad day, more
The Patriots need more help for Mac Jones. The Cowboys shouldn't make a rash decision. The Eagles need to upgrade on defense.
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals got crushed by the Rams last night. Will they ever be able to take the next step? How good can the Rams be right now? Also, the Raiders fired GM Mike Mayock. Who is going to be their head coach next season? Plus, Stephen Jones is confident that that Mike McCarthy will return. ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano joins to talk about that, and play Overreaction or Not an Overreaction!
Cardinals safety Budda Baker left Monday's wild-card game with a concussion, but he had movement and feeling in his extremities after a violent collision. He tweeted Tuesday that he was "doing good."
Peyton and Eli Manning closed things out as only they could. Here are some of the most memorable moments from the first season of the ManningCast.
Matthew Stafford outplayed Cardinals counterpart Kyler Murray, and the Rams got contributions from up and down their star-studded roster to punch L.A.'s ticket to the divisional round of the playoffs.
— The Rams had a 20-point lead on Arizona with 4 1/2 minutes left at raucous SoFi Stadium. Matthew Stafford’s 13-year quest for his first playoff victory was all but complete after Los Angeles' dominant performance on both sides of the ball.
Laura, Marcus, Mina, Dan, and RC dissect the Wild Card weekend that was, Swagu puts the big men in the spotlight on Big Man Ballin, and they get everyone set for Cardinals vs. Rams on Monday Night Football.
Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt has completed his return from injured reserve and played in Monday's wild-card playoff game against the Rams.
Short-handed in the defensive backfield, Los Angeles on Monday activated Eric Weddle and Blake Countess from their practice squad for the Rams' wild-card playoff game against the Cardinals.
When Murray is "the smallest dude on the field," he uses Lee's teachings to stay calm and to be "formless."
How can all 12 teams win this weekend and move on to the divisional round? We outlined keys to victory in each wild-card matchup.
What to watch for in every wild-card game. Bold predictions. Key stats to know. Matchups to watch. And, of course, final score picks. It's all here for the first six playoff games.
Here's what to know about ESPN's MegaCast coverage of Monday's wild-card game.
Emmett Golden and Gabe Neitzel are joined on GameDay on ESPN Radio by ESPN Daily Wager's Anita Marks, who breaks down all the best bets for NFL Super Wild Card Weekend.
Los Angeles Rams free safety Taylor Rapp did not clear concussion protocol this week and has been ruled out for Monday night's NFC wild-card playoff game against the visiting Arizona Cardinals.
Which player recorded the fastest time while scoring a TD this season? Who had the quickest sack? Next Gen Stats has the answers.
The crew gives predictions for the Wild Card games, and we have injury updates for the weekend.
Cardinals defensive lineman J.J. Watt, who was given a four-to-six-month recovery timeline after shoulder surgery Nov. 3, returned to practice Thursday as Arizona's wild-card matchup with the Rams looms.
Breaking news from Schefter pertaining to head coaching., and we break down the wild card playoff picture this weekend.
Will we see Tom Brady in another Super Bowl? Could the Chiefs run through the AFC again? Let's pick every postseason game.
Which playoff quarterback would you want on your team? Seth Walder ranks them 1-14 and spills their strengths and weaknesses.