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The NFC Champion 49ers finished one play short in the Super Bowl but have a bright future ahead. The team found its next great offensive weapons in quarterback Colin Kaepernick and wide receiver Michael Crabtree, and the 49ers are ready to reload with talent in free agency and the draft. You’ll want to be there every step of the way as we take an inside look at their free agency signings in March and their draft haul in April, not to mention their OTAs and minicamps.
The Giants were as disappointed as all their fans to miss out on the playoffs. The remaking of the club has already started with the release of RB Ahmad Bradshaw and veterans LB Michael Boley and DT Chris Canty. Jerry Reese’s message was crystal clear: Being a huge part of a Super Bowl victory two years back doesn’t count for anything right now. Reese has countless other decisions to make during the coming months and TGI is the best place for you to keep track of all things Giants. Big Blue will be picking 19th overall in the first round of the draft before you know it. Make sure you’re as prepared for the offseason and draft as possible by remaining a faithful member of the TGI family!
Steelers Digest is the official fan publication of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Each issue provides game previews, inside information, award-winning columns and features, and complete statistics. Steelers Digest is published 24 times a year, weekly throughout the NFL regular season, playoffs and Super Bowl.
We cover the Redskins all offseason and try to answer questions such as what will the Redskins do with Fred Davis in 2013? Will they have to cut DeAngelo Hall? Will they be able to sign anyone because of their lack of salary cap space? And, of course, how is Robert Griffin III's knee coming along? With a lot of talent already on the roster and buoyed by their first NFC East title in 13 years, there are opportunities to add even more through the draft.
Bills Digest will cover the team all offseason as we enter a new era. Under new head coach Doug Marrone, the Bills are expected to make several changes on both sides of the ball at key positions – including quarterback. Who will be under center for the 2013 Bills? We’ll take a look at all the different possibilities throughout the offseason. Buffalo’s defense is also expected to bounce back after a disappointing 2012 campaign under new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. Pettine has strong credentials after serving as defensive coordinator of the New York Jets the past four seasons.
Jets Confidential continues to be the most valuable resource on the New York Jets. As a Jets Confidential subscriber you know that the publication takes you deep into the Jets organization, and no one works harder or spends more time covering Gang Green than Editor Dan Leberfeld. Jets Confidential has you covered through every snap, tackle and touchdown in the pursuit of Super Bowl XLVII!
The Reggie McKenzie-Dennis Allen era got off to a sluggish start, but there is optimism for Year Two. The new regime is already reshaping the coaching staff and tweaking the roster to build a solid foundation for the future. Nearly half the players on Oakland's Week 17 roster are scheduled to become free agents in March, and the Raiders hold a first-round draft pick for the first time since 2010 and are looking to hit a home run with the third overall selection. With a roster overhaul on the horizon, you won't want to miss a single minute of this offseason.