After eight weeks of football, it's time to shower midseason accolades on the best of the best in the NFL.
Panthers adding a star receiver? Broncos trading for an elite running back? Seahawks and Colts adding interior line help? It likely won't happen before the trade deadline, no matter how much sense it makes.
The Broncos are 6-0 but they're not winning a playoff game with Peyton Manning. The end is already here. Elsewhere, the Jets and Panthers are legit.
Widely considered one of the league's best interior linemen, Yanda will remain in Baltimore after his previous deal was set to expire at the end of this season.
It's been some seven months since the free-agency period opened, seven months since teams desperate to change their fortunes went all in on big-named players
It's ball out or lose out when it comes to a contract year. Which players cash in? Joel Corry runs down 20 impending free agents to keep an eye on.
Yeah, quarterbacks rule, but the best player in the NFL universe entering the 2015 season is a once-in-a-generation defensive star.
As OTAs roll into minicamps, consider these 20 players -- some you already know, others not as much -- who are on the brink of Pro Bowl status.
Aaron Rodgers has everything you want in a QB, and so does Garrett Grayson. We list the perfect prototypes for each position, from the wily veterans to the fresh rookies.

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