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2dPro Football Focus

One free agent every NFL team should sign

The Broncos could use a more experienced QB such as Matt Barkley, and adding Jason Pierre-Paul might vault the Bengals back to the playoffs. Who would provide a boost to the other 30 teams?

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5dMel Kiper

Kiper's 2017 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: A Fournette surprise

How much will free agency and changes at quarterback affect the draft? We don't know just yet, but Mel Kiper is happy to speculate. Here is his second attempt at projecting the 2017 draft.

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6dMike Sando

Ranking the continuity of all 32 NFL teams

From the Patriots to the Browns, Mike Sando stacks the NFL based on which franchises have experienced the most and least turnover in their front offices, coaching staffs and rosters.

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7dJames Yorke

How PSG can finally beat Barcelona

Barcelona will be heavy favorites in the Champions League round of 16 against PSG, but the French side shouldn't be counted out.

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11dRivers McCown

These teams should go after Tony Romo

Which teams should be in the market for Tony Romo's services? Football Outsiders runs down the list of franchises whose 2017 outlook would be improved by the addition.

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11dAaron Schatz

Ranking the best Super Bowl runners-up

How do the 2016 Falcons compare to the 2007 Patriots team that narrowly missed out on a perfect season? Football Outsiders examines the 10 best NFL runners-up of the past 25 years.

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12dKC Joyner

Why Florida is a legit 2017 CFP sleeper

The Gators certainly have quarterback issues, and they will be sending a stream of star defensive players to the NFL. But guess what? They could win the national title next postseason.

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54dJay Bilas

The Bilas Index: It's time to draw a line

So your team is among the best 68, according to the all-knowing mind of The Bilastrator. That's a good thing, no? Not exactly, because this version comes with a warning to some: Gotta go to work.