Marginal players on the Dolphins roster were worried about losing their jobs even after surviving Saturday’s cuts.
Patriots fans will need to trust that Bill Belichick knows what he’s doing at safety.
Says Jets coach Rex Ryan, “Our focus has been getting ready for Dallas. Our coaching staff, we’ve been preparing for them for quite a while now, so we’ll be ready to roll.”
It was 10 years ago that the Ravens began the defense of their Super Bowl title with a 17-6 Week One home win against the Bears.
The Browns were planning to only keep two quarterbacks on the roster until Thaddeus Lewis became available.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis likes the productivity he’s seen in the running game.
Texans LB Demeco Ryans is healthy and ready to show what he can do in the team’s 3-4 defense.
Two guards waived by the Colts were quickly snapped up elsewhere.
Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis says this is the best offense Jacksonville fans have seen in years.
The Titans will start the season with a favorable early schedule.
Raiders coach Hue Jackson says he’s comfortable with only two quarterbacks.
A trainer who worked with several Cowboys players during the lockout says preparing for the NFL season is like preparing for a car crash.
Just because Giants LB Greg Jones plays defense, that doesn’t mean he can’t plan on scoring a touchdown.
Here are some reasons for Redskins fans to be optimistic.
The Bears’ defense is ready for some early tests.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy shared some thoughts on the no-huddle offense.
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says he hasn’t decided who his starting strong safety will be.
The Falcons think two quarterbacks on the active roster are enough.
The Saints will do some creative play-calling against the Packers, and they expect the Packers to do the same.
Other NFL teams know the Rams have a talented roster.
Says Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, “There’s so many guys on this team that are great character guys that care so much about this game.”