Cardinals’ general manager Steve Keim joins Mike Florio to discuss the emergence of his team’s defensive identity last season. Keim says he thinks Arizona is two defensive players away from being elite.
The NFL playoffs are likely to expand to 14 teams after the 2015 season. Mike Florio notes that this is the NFL’s alternative plan to the 18 game regular season.
Raiders’ head coach Dennis Allen joins Mike Florio to talk about the roster priorities for his team in the offseason. Allen says that he would love to have RB Darren McFadden back, but his injury history can’t be ignored.
Tom Telesco joins Mike Florio to discuss his first season as the general manager of the Chargers. Telesco goes into detail about where he wants to take the franchise next season and beyond.
With the success of Super Bowl 48 in a cold weather area, Art Rooney II now wants the big game to come to Pittsburgh.
QB Matt Cassel opted out of the final year of his contract with the Minnesota Vikings and Mike Florio believes he will latch on as a potential starting quarterback somewhere.
Buccaneers’ DT Gerald McCoy joins Erik Kuselias to discuss the mindset Lovie Smith will bring to Tampa Bay next season.
Jon Ritchie and Mike Florio discuss the three most feared teams in the NFL.
With a lot of mileage on his body, Arian Foster could be nearing the end of his tenure in Houston. The ProFootballTalk crew discuss what Foster’s next destination might be.
The ProFootballTalk guys take a look at all of the available quarterbacks and attempt to figure out where they might end up in the offseason.
Former Buccaneers’ LB Derrick Brooks joins Erik Kuselias to discuss how it felt to hear that he was going to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Aaron Rodgers believes the Seahawks defense is so good that they have created an unrealistic blueprint for success, the ProFootballTalk crew discusses.
After the Seattle Seahawks first Super Bowl victory, the ProFootballTalk crew takes a look at the offseason agenda for GM John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll.