Is Chris Johnson done? Or can he pull off a LaDainian Tomlinson?

Chris Johnson is fading before our very eyes, no doubt, and a running back market that looks a lot like the punter market won't help his cause. But in the right situation fresh and fast legs will always be welcome.

How to see through the noise of draft season

With the calendar officially flipping to April and draft chatter about to escalate, it's important that we all remember this: we know nothing.

Does DeSean Jackson's deal with the Redskins make sense?

Winning with sheer speed is now the goal in Washington.

Greg Robinson has the skills to be an elite left tackle

Greg Robinson is already a dominating run blocker because of his rare power and athleticism.

Why are running backs being paid like punters?

Running backs are sometimes paid less than punters now. Think about that for a minute.

Should the Redskins pay DeSean Jackson all the money?

More speed is always a nice, welcomed thing. But simply adding out of a lust for abundance and paying $9-10 million would be very Dan Snyder.

Why the Texans should trade the first overall pick

Jadeveon Clowney should be the top pick in this draft, but he may not play his football in Houston. Instead, he'll do his footballing for the his bidder, with the draft's coveted and gold-painted arms then falling into place behind him.

The Top five DeSean Jackson moments in Philadelphia

One more time, let's get a little nostalgic and count down the top five DeSean Jackson moments in Philadelphia.

DeSean Jackson was released because he's a jerk of some kind (allegedly?)

DeSean Jackson will be employed somewhere at a lesser rate, and with more questions.

Mock Draft 1.0: Bortles leads this QB class, and the draft

Every mock draft is wrong. All of them, including this one, because you're reading it wrong.

Can Kevin Minter replace Karlos Dansby?

If he wants to effectively replace Karlos Dansby, Kevin Minter needs to play with better technique and discipline.

What Mike Wallace taught us about paying wide receivers

Many intricate pieces go into the success of a wide receiver, and they only control the route running and ball catching parts.

What does Jared Allen have left?

If he's used in a John Abraham-like role to preserve whatever speed and stamina he has left, Allen is capable of producing a fine return on the Bears' investment. If not, he could be a Julius Peppers replacement who looks a lot like the 2013 version of Julius Peppers.

How Darqueze Dennard physically and technically dominates receivers

Darqueze Dennard will be a first-round pick because of his ability to control a receiver, and neutralize speed.