Does the NFL Have a Wide Receiver Crisis?

The recent lack of elite wide receiver talent is presenting a crisis at the position. The MMQB's Conor Orr discusses the future of the position and looks at how it may impact the 2018 NFL Draft.

49ers GM Lynch: Foster will be cut if proven he…

San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch says the team will be patient through linebacker Reuben Foster's legal issues in a domestic violence case but stressed he won't remain on the team if the team determines he hit a woman

Dez Bryant landing spots

Dez Bryant is officially on the market and as a big-name, veteran receiver; he should have plenty of potential team's where he would fit in.

Nick Wright and Cris Carter react to Gronk…

Joined by former NFL head coach Eric Mangini in studio on First Things First, Nick Wright and Cris Carter react to Rob Gronkowski announcing he will return to the New England Patriots for the 2018 season. With Tom Brady also announcing his return, does this mean the drama is officially over in Foxborough?

NFL Offseason Tracker

NFL Draft: Josh Rosen Addresses the 'Off-Field…

NFL quarterback prospect Josh Rosen says football is his life despite concerns that he may be more interested in areas outside of the game.

Browns, Cleveland wait to see if draft number is called

Cleveland, with Hall of Fame and GOP convention on resume, looks to land NFL draft

NFL games will start earlier

Earlier prime-time games are happening in 2018 which is great for eastern NFL fans, and could pose a problem for west coast fans.

Back home with NFL draft prospect Leighton Vander…

Leighton Vander Esch is a NFL draft prospect from a small town of just 406 people. SI follows him along as he returns to his roots of eight-man football and the expansive wilderness of his backyard. To see the full feature, subscribe to SI TV.

4 QBs likely to go high, 6 could be picked in 1st round

Four quarterbacks are certain to go in the first round of the NFL draft, all of them early

5 reasons for Rodgers to trust the Packers

Aaron Rodgers has reportedly grown frustrated with the Packers' decision makers but SN's Vinnie Iyer has five good reasons why the quarterback should R-E-L-A-X.