Former Dolphins coach Don Shula reflects on what led him to Miami.
The Bills might want to upgrade at tight end.
Jets owner Woody Johnson is a supporter of Mitt Romney’s bid for President of the United States.
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer discusses some fallout from CB Adam Jones’s arrest.
The Browns could be in the market for another running back.
Texans G.M. Rick Smith, filling in for Peter King, writes that his team can’t get complacent on offense.
Charley Casserly discusses the state of the Colts.
Former Broncos DL Pete Duranko died at 67 due to ALS.
Kansas City is still worried about the economic impact of the Chiefs not playing this season.
The Redskins might want to look to the Falcons for help on the offensive line.
There are several cornerback options in free agency for the Lions.
Get to know the Saints wide receivers.
Said Buccaneers CB Ronde Barber of Aqib Talib, “Everybody has priorities, and I’m not one to tell anybody what to do with their lives, but we all know that football has got to be something that defines him, not all this other stuff.”
Johnette Howard of ESPN.com likes the intent behind the idea of putting former Cardinals S Pat Tillman in the Hall of Fame, but thinks there are more meaningful ways to remember his life.
An announcement about where the Rams will hold training camp could be coming.