SiriusXM NFL Radio hosts will broadcast live on location from each training camp site, giving listeners around the country an in-depth look at their favorite teams and players as they prepare for the coming season.
Free agent CB Keenan Lewis Free-agent cornerback Keenan Lewis sees plenty of reasons why it would make sense for him to sign with the Pittsburgh Steelers. One, he spent the first four seasons of his NFL career (2009-2012) with the Steelers. … Continued
2016’s NFL Cinderella? Why not the Jacksonville Jaguars and their mighty offense!
Free agent LB DeMeco Ryans DeMeco Ryans is being very choosy. Even with the NFL regular season fast approaching, the free-agent linebacker says he isn’t looking to sign with just any team. He has some specific requirements that would seem … Continued
Dolphins RB Isaiah Pead Each day in training camp, Miami Dolphins players — especially those on offense — have to meet a lofty standard of competitiveness. It’s something their coach, Adam Gase, demands. ‘Likes to keep pressure on D’ “Gase, he’s … Continued
Marcus Mariota and the Tennesse offense are set to blow up the AFC South this NFL season.
When people talk all-time great NFL middle linebackers, the list usually starts with Dick Butkus. If Hall-of-Fame talent-evaluator Ron Wolf is assembling the list, however, it starts with Willie Lanier. As Hall of Fame Radio co-host Joe Horrigan pointed out, … Continued
Marcus Mariota sits down with Pat Kirwan and Mike Keith A year older and wiser to the ways of NFL defenses, Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota now has a larger voice in the offensive game plans he’ll execute each week. … Continued
Calvin Johnson’s retirement left Detroit’s cabinet looking a little bare as we discussed back in March. But that was always going to be the case when a generational talent like Megatron hangs ’em up. The Lions have done as well … Continued
Without Peyton Manning and Malik Jackson, can the Broncos win a second-straight Super Bowl?
It is not unreasonable to expect the Packers meeting the Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game come January 2017.