2014 football preview: The wait is over


2014 football preview: Oregon Ducks


2014 football preview: Oregon State Beavers

2014 football preview: College playoff primer


2014 football preview: Conference realignment

2014 football preview: NFC West

Crown of thorns

Seattle has never been a defending champion. But Pete Carroll has. His blueprint for keeping the Seahawks elite involved locking up All-Pros cornerback Richard Sherman and safety Earl Thomas.


2014 football preview: NFC South

Receivers needed

Carolina lost its top four wide receivers from last year including Steve Smith, the franchise’s all-time leader in receptions and touchdowns.


2014 football preview: NFC East

Replacing D-Jax

Philadelphia coach Chip Kelly made the boldest move of his short tenure when he released three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson after the best season of his career.


2014 football preview: NFC North

Peppers picks Pack

Green Bay made a rare splash in free agency by signing eight-time Pro Bowl pick Julius Peppers, who played the last four years with Chicago.


2014 football preview: AFC West

Market correction

After a fruitful rebuilding project under new GM John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid last year, the salary cap-tapped Kansas City Chiefs endured the price of that success with free agents signing elsewhere.


2014 football preview: AFC East

Brady’s bunch

The Patriots’ offense should get a big boost with the return of tight end Rob Gronkowski. The Patriots should be improved on defense after signing free agents Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner.


2014 football preview: AFC South

Dominating Colts

Andrew Luck now has his first division title since replacing Peyton Manning, and the Indianapolis Colts have had a whole offseason to work Trent Richardson into the offense.


2014 football preview: AFC North

Andy’s time

No quarterback in the division will be under more scrutiny than Andy Dalton, who has been as good as it gets during the regular season, and at his very worst in the playoffs.