Bills owner Ralph Wilson and COO Russ Brandon were curiously absent from Chan Gailey’s introduction as head coach.
New Dolphins defensive coordinator Mike Nolan is a popular hire in Miami.
Patriots DT Ron Brace, a second-round pick in 2009, only played around 50 snaps as a rookie.
Vinny Testaverde, the last Jets quarterback to start an AFC Championship game, thinks Gang Green is headed to the Super Bowl.
Ravens LB Terrell Suggs’ lack of conditioning may have contributed to his slow start to the season.
The Bengals’ website named Cedric Benson the team’s MVP for the 2009 season.
Cleveland’s rush defense somehow improved after DT Shaun Rogers was hurt.
Well, we know where Heath Miller got his All Pro vote from. (And it’s not as crazy a pick as you’d think.)
Colts DE Dwight Freeney says the painful playoff losses of years past stay with you forever.
The Jaguars signed OL Andrew Crummey and DL Jeremy Mincey.
The Texans raised ticket prices again because they can, says Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle.
Titans CB Cortland Finnegan enjoyed the Jets victory Sunday: “I was really excited to see Philip Rivers choke.”
Denver’s next defense is likely to take fewer risks with its pass rush.
The rookie season of Chiefs DE Tyson Jackson didn’t blow anyone away, but that’s hardly unique for rookie defensive linemen.
Al Davis told DE Richard Seymour that Raiders would try to work out a deal with his agent.
Chargers owner Dean Spanos knocked out Norv Turner’s extension in 45 minutes.
The team’s website may have jumped the gun, but Wade Phillips’ three-year extension should be coming shortly.
The Eagles have a lot of work to do to fix their secondary.
Giants WR Steve Smith announced he was headed to the Pro Bowl on Facebook.
Mike Shanahan is expected to add Texans offensive assistant Matt LeFleur to his coaching staff.
The Bears interviewed Seahawks tight ends coach Mike DeBord on Tuesday.
Former Lions DT Luther Elliss recently filed for bankruptcy and hopes his story can be a cautionary tale for other pros.
WR Donald Driver is already working out five days a week again and says he wants to keep playing until he’s 40 years old.
Minnesota’s sometimes vulnerable pass defense will be put to the test against New Orleans.
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution looks at the Falcons’ chances of striking gold with the No. 19 pick of the draft.
The Panthers backfield of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart became the first teammates in NFL history to both top 1,100 rushing yards in a season.
Ex-LSU defensive tackle Marlon Favorite was signed to the Saints roster.
The Buccanneers have ten draft picks, including three in the top 45, and will be looking hard at the underclassmen who declared early.
Another Cardinals offseason contract dilemma to add to the mix: S Antrel Rolle needs his contract re-worked.
St. Louis signed former practice squader DT Chris Bradwell to their roster.
49ers coach Mike Singletary says he’s making special teams a priority.
New Seahawks G.M. John Schneider “has developed a reputation around the league as a shrewd talent
evaluator who has an easygoing demeanor and works well in a group
setting,” according to the Tacoma News Tribune.