USA Today selected QB Ryan Fitzpatrick as the Bills’ most valuable player for the 2010 season.
Retired WR Ike Hilliard will be the Dolphins’ wide receivers coach.
The development of former third-round picks Taylor Price and Brandon Tate is key to the future of the Patriots’ receiver corps.
The New York Daily News previews the Jets’ offseason.
Ravens LB Terrell Suggs silenced his critics in 2010 after a sluggish 2009 season.
Here’s a thorough scouting report on Alabama RB Mark Ingram, who may appeal to the Bengals if they trade down in the draft.
ESPN’s Mel Kiper sees just two candidates for the Browns’ first-round pick: Georgia WR A.J. Green and North Carolina DE/OLB Robert Quinn.
ProFootballReference.com’s Simple Rating System (SRS) considers the Steelers 2.3-point underdogs to the Packers.
Texans fans have until Friday to vote in RB Arian Foster for FedEx Ground Player of the Year.
Colts C Jeff Saturday described his Pro Bowl selection as “a super special feeling.”
Jaguars.com provides a rundown of the team’s regular season statistical leaders, and where they ranked across the NFL.
The Titans’ Pro Bowlers arrived in Honolulu Tuesday night.
Outgoing Broncos defensive coordinator Wink Martindale is drawing interest from the Jets, Cowboys, and Ravens, presumably for linebacker coach positions.
The Chiefs could use a true nose tackle; why not Baylor NT Phil Taylor?
Raiders coach Hue Jackson agreed to an exclusive one-on-one interview with Comcast SportsNet Bay Area’s Matt Maiocco.
Former Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson is no stranger to unhappy endings, like the one he experienced with the Jets this season.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones expects an “immediate contribution” from the No. 9 overall pick.
Asked what improvements 2010 NFL interceptions leader Eli Manning needs to make, Giants G.M. Jerry Reese responded “I think they have to come from within himself.”
The Eagles have reportedly shown interest in Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi at the Senior Bowl.
Florida State QB Christian Ponder has been told by scouts that he fits best “in a West Coast (offense),” like Redskins coach Mike Shanahan’s.
The Bears have hired Kevin O’Dea as assistant special teams coach.
The Lions are unlikely to get a shot at either of this draft’s top cornerbacks with their first-round pick, according to ESPN’s Mel Kiper.
Peter King praises Packers G.M. Ted Thompson in this week’s column for Sports Illustrated.
Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN Twin Cities reviews the Vikings’ 2010 season.
Falcons coach Mike Smith is coaching the Pro Bowl for the NFC, and says “there’s no better place on earth than to be in Honolulu this week.”
ESPN’s Pat Yasinskas examines whether the Panthers might use the No. 1 overall pick on a cornerback.
Josh Freeman of the Bucs is the starting quarterback for the USA Today‘s “All Joe” team.
Saints special teams coordinator Greg McMahon promises to fix his unit after a lackluster 2010 season.
Dolphins DBs coach Todd Bowles has emerged as a potential favorite for the Cardinals’ defensive coordinator vacancy.
NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora predicts that the 49ers will not draft a QB with the No. 7 overall pick.
The Seahawks’ offensive approach was significantly altered by tight end injuries in the divisional-round loss to the Bears.
Dating back to 1976, Rams QB Sam Bradford’s 2010 season was statistically the best ever by a rookie quarterback among teams currently in the NFC West.