Playing quarterback in the NFL used to require the football equivalent of a Class A license. Either that or you had to be certified to operate heavy machinery — a crane, say.
Youth and inexperience have taken over the most important position in the NFL.
Mike Holmgren was hired to bring stability to the Browns.
Quarterback Brandon Weeden led Cleveland Browns rookies and a few veterans onto the practice field for the first time since officially signing.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen is no stranger to the Big 12.
There are few things football fans crave more than resolution. In fact, aside from tailgating, there might not be any. That's why overtime was instituted — to eliminate the ambiguity (and bookkeeping bother) of tie games. And it's why 12 of college athletics' most prominent suits met in Chicago this week to work out the details of a four-team FBS playoff to determine a truer national champion.
Once the NFL draft got past quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, it was like a day on Wall Street. Everybody wanted to make a trade.
The Cleveland Browns won't join the Peyton Manning chase.
Kory Lichtensteiger sat inside a hotel room here four years ago, an offensive line prospect eager to transition from his collegiate career at Bowling Green State to the NFL.