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2017 Senior Bowl: Top prospects to know in Mobile - SBNation.com
Alabama tight end O.J. Howard is the top player at this year’s all-star game, but the talent runs deep.

6 quarterbacks are looking to be the next Dak Prescott at the 2017 Senior Bowl - SBNation.com
Pitt’s Nate Peterman and Cal’s Davis Webb are two of the six quarterbacks with a chance to shine on a big stage at the 2017 Senior Bowl.

Antonio Brown cares about stats, but that’s not a bad thing - SBNation.com
Of course wide receivers want targets. It’s why they play the game.

Senior Bowl weigh-ins are very serious, very weird, and uncomfortably silent - SBNation.com
The meat market for NFL talent is in full swing.

Erin Andrews has a case for being the toughest person at Super Bowl LI - SBNation.com
If you tuned into the Cowboys vs. Packers game during Week 6, you probably watched Erin Andrews on the sidelines, participating in her usual pre- and post-game duties. She filmed a feature with...

Tom Brady has never lost to the Falcons - SBNation.com
Tom Terrific is heading into Super Bowl 51 with a perfect 4-0 record against Atlanta.

Ben Roethlisberger says he is considering retirement even though everyone knows he’ll be back - SBNation.com
Mike Tomlin said this isn’t the first time Roethlisberger has pondered retirement.

Pro Bowl Skills Showdown adds a WR Drone Drop competition - SBNation.com
The Pro Bowl itself isn’t particularly entertaining, but the Skills Showdown may be.

Super Bowl 51 Coverage
Tom Brady and the Patriots look for their fifth Super Bowl victory, while the Falcons are still looking for their first Lombardi Trophy, making their first appearance in almost 20 years.

Ra’Shede Hageman is finally playing up to his potential when the Falcons need it most - SBNation.com
Atlanta’s defensive tackle has the tools to be a force in the trenches, but he’s struggled to put forth a consistent effort, until now.

Which Senior Bowl Players Are Standing Out?
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Mike Garafolo discuss which Senior Bowl players are catching the eyes of scouts.

Watch: Running Backs 2016 Highlights
Watch some of the best highlights from the running backs during 2016 season.

Senior Bowl Week Practice Recap Day 1 (With Video) | Pewter Report

Fennelly: World of 'what ifs' as Rich McKay beats Bucs back to Super Bowl | Tampa Bay Times
Jan. 26, 2003. Super Bowl night. The Bucs had been world champions for a few hours. Some media made their way to the team's San Diego hotel. There were few players left in the party ballroom. Jon Gruden was long gone. But there on the dance floor, about the only one left out there, jacket off, was the team's general manager. Rich McKay. He had been there from the beginning, through all the awful, and now he was twirling to the music. His dance partner: the Lombardi Trophy.

(Almost) every Jameis Winston pass in 2016, charted | Tampa Bay Times
Jameis Winston's 2016 stats: 345-of-567 (60.8 completion percentage), 4,090 yards, 28 touchdowns, 18 interceptions, 86.1 rating, 64.7 QBR, 3.7 percent DVOA