Bills assistant head coach Dave Wannstedt is using the lockout as a chance to catch up on what’s been going on in the NFL.
RB Ricky Williams remains open to returning to the Dolphins for another year.
The lockout is hard on members of the Patriots practice squad.
Jets LB Jamaal Westerman could be in line for an expanded role.
QB Joe Flacco isn’t disagreeing with Ravens teammate Ray Lewis‘ thoughts on crime rates in the absence of the NFL.
Said Bengals DT Domata Peko of starting workouts, “It’s really good to see everybody and build chemistry and get things going. I’m tired of working out and lifting weights.”
Chuck Finder of CBSSports.com wants to see Steelers owner Dan Rooney get involved with ending the lockout.
The Texans need to get off to better starts next season.
Protecting QB Peyton Manning was a focus of the Colts’ offseason.
Titans WR Kenny Britt’s availability for workouts is unknown.
Do QB Matt Cassel’s numbers predict a fall for the Chiefs?
Would the Raiders take a shot on ex-Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor?
Don Banks of SI.com doesn’t expect former Giants WR Plaxico Burress to be the next Michael Vick.
Excerpts from Eagles QB Michael Vick’s book are surfacing.
QB Rex Grossman really wants to stay with the Redskins.
Bears rookie DT Stephen Paea is getting to know Chicago.
RB Mikel Leshoure impressed his Lions teammates during his first workout.
Vikings QB Christian Ponder wants to start working out with his linemen soon.
Falcons defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder makes a list of the 10 assistants most likely to become head coaches.
The Panthers might not have training camp at Wofford this season.
When it comes to career interceptions, Saints S Darren Sharper is way ahead of others at his position.
Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman has moved to the head of the 2009 class of quarterbacks.
Pat Kirwan of NFL.com thinks Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald is the best receiver in the league.
Rams LB James Laurinaitis is upset at the way his college coach Jim Tressel has been portrayed as a result of his actions at Ohio State.
Said 49ers T Joe Staley of QB Alex Smith, “He’s worked on the script and he’s running the meetings. He’s shown a lot of leadership this summer as far as keeping everybody together and really communicating with everybody.”