G.M. Jeff Ireland hopes to uncover some future Dolphins at the Senior Bowl.
Kevin Cowherd of the Baltimore Sun comes up with some reasons why the Ravens should keep offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.
With no more head coaching vacancies, Mike Zimmer is back to solely concentrating on the Bengals defense.
Members of the Browns hierarchy won’t be in Indianapolis for the Super Bowl.
An appreciation of the career of DL Chris Hoke, who is retiring from the Steelers.
New coaches and new players made a big difference in the Texans secondary.
Said Colts coach Chuck Pagano about whether he’ll coach QB Peyton Manning, “Uh, you know, I’ve got a text or call out to Rob Lowe and I haven’t heard back from Rob yet. I’m going to have to get back to you on that one.”
The Jaguars haven’t gotten much from their recent top draft picks.
A look at the Titans through the financial lens.
The Broncos could use a bit more pass rush from the middle of the line.
Said Raiders P Shane Lechler of new coach Dennis Allen, I think it will be a good fit for us. “He’s a young, energetic guy. Smart guy. Been through a lot with Atlanta, then a lot with New Orleans, over to Denver and that defense. We’ll take all the help we can get right now.”
Eagles coach Andy Reid finally sat down and shared his thoughts about … basketball.
New Redskins receivers coach Ike Hilliard is still getting the team’s offensive terminology down.
The new Bears general manager will have to hit the ground running.
New Vikings defensive coordinator Alan Williams said the team’s players have a clean slate this offseason.
Who are the likeliest cap casualties with the Falcons?
Said Saints T Jermon Bushrod, “Teams fall short. It’s gonna happen every year. And it definitely still stings a little. But you’ve got to stick together as a team and remember there’s always next year. … We’re too blessed to be down for too long.”
The Cardinals’ coaching staff might be impacted by Greg Schiano’s arrival in Tampa.
Bryan Burwell of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch wonders what keeping the Rams is really worth to St. Louis.
Wide receivers will be the first priority for the 49ers this offseason.