Who's got next in the NFL? Blake Bortles, Jeremy Hill and Khalil Mack are among 24 youngsters yet to make a Pro Bowl who are ready for their star turn.
Few former Crimson Tide runners started a year any more impressively than Henry, who gashed Wisconsin for 147 yards and three touchdowns on just 13 carries. A quieter (but nonetheless impressive) performance from a Wisconsin Badger, however, also will have scouts taking note.
Ball has fallen out of favor with the Broncos and the Cowboys are still looking for a way to replicate DeMarco Murray's production.
Rookie La'el Collins may not be a starter in Dallas just yet, but he got off to a pretty nice start in his first preseason contest.
Peyton Manning is done? Russell Wilson is a good pocket passer? Jay Cutler stinks? Tony Romo can't win without DeMarco Murray? Rex Ryan doesn't need a QB? It's time to dispel these big quarterback myths.
The Cowboys stunned the world last year. They won't do it again in 2015.
The Cowboys don't have to match last season's 12 wins to head back to the postseason. Given their easier-than-you-think schedule and defensive upgrades, getting back won't be quite as hard as it sounds.
NFL insider Jason La Canfora creates a real NFL roster of 53 players using real salary cap figures.
Yeah, quarterbacks rule, but the best player in the NFL universe entering the 2015 season is a once-in-a-generation defensive star.
One of the all-time great running backs has confidence his former team can get what they need to replace DeMarco Murray's production out of that tandem.

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