Training camps don't open for about two months, but it's never too early to tackle some of the league's more intriguing plot lines.
Looking to bounce back from their first non-playoff season in six years, the Seahawks' days of dominance seem done.
Bradford is the Cardinals' starter for now, but with rookie Josh Rosen on his heels, for how long remains to be seen.
New team gives Smith the chance to prove he can still be a winner.
League requiring players to stand for anthem or wait in locker room if preferred only fanning the fire of a lingering issue.
OTA's are starting around the league, and one team in particular is better than you'd think thanks to a young star
Following two straight losing campaigns, the Bengals still have talent to be a postseason contender again.
With only two playoff seasons during his Cowboys' tenure, Jason Garrett should again be on the hot seat in Dallas.
With Aaron Rodgers healthy again in Green Bay and a brutal non-conference road slate, the Vikings won't have it easy in 2018.
"Hard Knocks" appearance could prove to be a distraction the Browns don't need.
With age and, maybe, health no longer on his side, now seems like a good time for Marshall to close the book on an eventful, but successful career.
Two seasons ago, Murray was one of the best RBs in the game, now he's searching for a home.
For those who struggled in 2017, the new season brings a chance to move on from the past. Here's a look at some who could surprise.
There were a few surprise teams that reached the postseason in 2017, but repeating that feat for some of them might not be so easy.
At least to start, Raiders players are all-in on coach Jon Gruden, but this team still has its issues.