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Broncos' Elway wins PFWA's Horrigan Award (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
John Elway has won the Horrigan Award from the Professional Football Writers of America as the league or club official who best helps the writers do their job. Yahoo! Thu, Jun 23
Buffalo Bills begin looking into new stadium prospects (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
Yahoo! Wed, Jun 22
NFL-National Football League roundup (Reuters) Courtesy of
Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry, who overcame a diagnosis of Hodgkin's Lymphoma in late 2014 to return to the field and have an All-NFL season in 2015, has been selected as the 2016 George Halas Award winner by the Professional Football Writers of America. Berry, the 47th Halas Award winner, is the first member of the Chiefs franchise to receive the honor, the PFWA announced Monday. Other 2016 nominees for the Halas Award were New Orleans Saints cornerback Delvin Breaux, Carolina Panthers special teams coordinator Bruce DeHaven, Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer and New England Patriots offensive lineman Nate Solder. Yahoo! Mon, Jun 20
Red Zone Notebook (Rotoworld) Courtesy of
Rich Hribar takes a look at 2015 red zone production and what type of impact it may have on 2016 results. Yahoo! Mon, Jun 20
Which championship-hungry team can be NFL's Cleveland Cavaliers? (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
Half of the 32 NFL teams will have gone 25 seasons or more between championships by the end of this season, or never won one at all. Think about that for a minute. A league that prides itself on the idea that any team has a chance to win it has produced only 11 different championship franchises in the past 20 Super Bowls and 14 in the past 30 years. But all bad things must end, as the city of Cleveland’s 52-year championship drought across all sports with the Cavaliers’ NBA title Sunday night proves. (We hope, anyway.) [ Yahoo Fantasy Football is open for the 2016 season. Sign up now ] With that in mind, we thought we’d rank the NFL teams that have suffered the most and the longest by which ones actually have the best chance to end said drought with a Super Bowl championship. 1. Minnesota Vikings Last NFL championship: None Formed in 1961, the Vikings have reached five Super Bowls and won none. For these purposes, we don’t consider their 1969 NFL title prior to the AFL-NFL merger because the Vikings went on to lose SB IV to the Kansas City Chiefs the next game. But these Vikings appear to have something special brewing. There’s a young, impressive core on defense. The offense is still developing, but there’s a lot to like. The two factors we must wonder: Can Teddy Bridgewater take that next step? And can Adrian Peterson help deliver a title in his prime? As they get set to move into their impressive looking new stadium, Mike Zimmer’s Vikings have the look of a perennial contender for the next four or five seasons. Will there be a great team among those? We’re not sure. But they’ll get ample opportunities to make runs before the end of the decade. 2. Arizona Cardinals Last NFL championship: 1947 season The Cardinals last won a title as residents of Chicago ( playing in Comiskey Park before a pretty small crowd of just over 30,000 for the game), before enduring title-less streaks of 28 years in St. Louis and another 28 as the Phoenix/Arizona team. It’s the longest-running streak of any team that has won a title previously. But this team has come close a few times in the past eight seasons, losing a Super Bowl and losing the conference championship game last season to the Carolina Panthers. Now the Cardinals are set up to contend the next few seasons with a talented defense, an offense with enough playmakers and a head coach in Bruce Arians who will take the necessary dice rolls at key times to turn the odds in his favor. The biggest question is the length of the window. Does Carson Palmer have one or two years to make a run at a ring? Is Larry Fitzgerald looking at the same timetable? There’s no doubt they’re making a push for right now, but it might close quickly. 3. Oakland Raiders Last NFL championship: 1983 It’s wild to think that there are only four players on the Raiders’ roster now who were born the last time the Raiders won it all, back in Super Bowl XVIII in early 1984. But that speaks to the young on this roster, one that has added an incredible about of talent the past three years to one that looked largely devoid of any not long ago. Yahoo! Mon, Jun 20
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Cardale Jones
EJ Manuel Florida State
Tyrod Taylor Virginia Tech
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Jerome Felton Furman
Mike Gillislee Florida
Glenn Gronkowski Kansas State
Daniel Herron Ohio State
LeSean McCoy Pittsburgh
James Jr. Wilder Florida State
Karlos Williams Florida State
Jonathan Williams East Carolina
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Jarrett Boykin Virginia Tech
Gary Chambers Arizona State
Marcus Easley Connecticut
Marquise Goodwin Texas
Leonard Hankerson Miami (FL)
Dezmin Lewis Central Arkansas
Kolby Listenbee
Greg Little North Carolina
Walt Powell Murray State
Greg Salas Hawaii
Sammy Watkins Clemson
Robert Woods USC
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Blake Annen Cincinnati
Charles Clay Tulsa
Jim Dray Stanford
Chris Gragg Arkansas
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Dan Carpenter Montana
Jordan Gay Centre
Marshall Morgan Georgia
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Bryson Albright Miami (Ohio)
T.J. Barnes Georgia Tech
Corbin Bryant Northwestern
Marcell Dareus Alabama
Leger Douzable UCF
Lavar Edwards LSU
Jerry Hughes TCU
Shaq Lawson Clemson
Cedric Reed Texas
Adolphus Washington Ohio State
Kyle Williams LSU
Jerel Worthy Michigan State
Justin Zimmer Ferris State
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Lorenzo Alexander California
Zach Brown North Carolina
Preston Brown Louisville
Ikemefuna Enemkpali Louisiana Tech
Randell Johnson Florida Atlantic
Jamari Lattimore Middle Tennessee State
Manny Lawson North Carolina State
Reggie Ragland Alabama
Kevin Reddick North Carolina
Eric Striker Oklahoma
Max Valles Virginia
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Colt Anderson Montana
Javier Arenas Alabama
Robert Blanton Notre Dame
Mario Butler Georgia Tech
Ronald Darby Florida State
Jonathan Dowling Western Kentucky
Stephon Gilmore South Carolina
Corey Graham New Hampshire
Jonathan Meeks Clemson
Sterling Moore Southern Methodist
Nickell Robey USC
Sammy Seamster Middle Tennessee State
Kevon Seymour
Phillip Thomas Syracuse
Corey White Samford
Duke Williams Nevada
Aaron Williams Texas