Bills defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt is stressing winning one-on-one battles.
Quinton Lawrence broke into the NFL as a wide receiver, but the Dolphins see him as a defensive back.
The Ravens hired Chris Hewitt as an assistant special teams coach and promoted Matt Weiss to defensive assistant.
The secondary is expected to be an offseason priority for the Bengals.
The Texans will celebrate their 10th anniversary throughout the 2012 season.
Season ticket renewals are going well for the Colts.
Said Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt on carrying over cap space, “The reason that we chose to carry it over is we anticipate needing it in 2012 and 2013, both to continue signing our free agents as well as being able to go out and sign some free agents from outside.”
Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group thinks the glee over Raiders executive John Herrera’s departure is misguided.
Eagles GM Howie Roseman is looking forward to the combine.
A little praise for the Bears’ decision to hire Jeremy Bates as quarterbacks coach.
Two potential Lions draft picks have character issues in their past.
Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal Constitution wonders if the Falcons have plateaued.
Buccaneers assistant Butch Davis told coach Greg Schiano that honesty is key to dealing with NFL players.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher isn’t rushing to finish his staff.
The 49ers are remembering WR Freddie Solomon, who died earlier this week.
Seahawks owner Paul Allen is noncommittal about the prospect of a new basketball arena near CenturyLink Field.