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The Evolution of Lamar
Baltimore Ravens star Lamar Jackson has proven he is no one-season wonder or a flash in the pan. But can he elevate his game still further to make Baltimore a Super Bowl contender?
The Bowden Letters
When tributes poured in for the late Bobby Bowden, Gridiron Lead Feature Writer Simon Clancy was one of those who had particular reason to pay their respects.
When Monarchs Ruled The World
Thirty years ago, over 60,000 fans saw the London Monarchs beat the Barcelona Dragons 21-0 in World Bowl ’91. General manager Billy Hicks and star QB Stan Gelbaugh reminisced with Gridiron.
After two years of recruitment, training and education, the NFL Academy is now seeing its first graduates head to NCAA Division One colleges, as Rory McNair explains.
NFL Draft Recap - Best Sleeper Picks and Aaron Rodgers News - TGS #2
Sleeping Head Coaches & Crazy Questions - Will Blackmon's Funniest Draft Stories! 😂
NFL Draft Special with Will Blackmon! - TGS #1
GRIDIRON ISSUE LXVI
Issue 67 of Gridiron magazine is built around the sport’s cult heroes, from a confident quarterback to an icon of special teams, as well as looking at a possible future star.
- In an exclusive interview, former New York Jets QB ‘Broadway’ Joe Namath talks playing in the Big Apple, life beyond football and that prediction.
- Steve Tasker, one of the sport’s unheralded stars, discusses special teams, playing on a Super Bowl Bills team and his Hall of Fame credentials.
- Simon Clancy profiles number one high school prospect Travis Hunter and examines the fallout of Deion Sanders getting him to flip his college commitment away from Florida State.
- ‘The Human Joystick’, Dante Hall, chats to Neil Reynolds about his career and playing for the Scottish Claymores.
- Mike Carlson picks his top ten cult heroes — and finds an extra spot for a special triumverate.
- Our numbers man, Tom Kislingbury, investigates the instability of running back production in light of Jonathan Taylor‘s MVP-esque season.
- Jeff Reinebold dives into the defensive revival that helped to slow Patrick Mahomes.