Offensive coordinator Mike Sherman thinks the Dolphins have the pieces to be a good offense.
Mel Kiper has the Jets taking Georgia G Cordy Glenn in his latest mock draft.
Safety is one spot the Steelers don’t have to worry too much about on defense.
Running back was a spot of strength for the Texans in 2011.
An offensive lineman isn’t a likely choice for the Titans in the first round.
With cap problems and two draft picks, how will the Raiders get better?
Chargers director of player personnel Jimmy Raye didn’t follow his father into coaching.
Said Eagles GM Howie Roseman, “We’re always open to phone calls and to seeing if something works, and really if there are win-win situations for particular teams and particular players, we’ll look at that and make a decision kind of in a vacuum.”
Where should the Redskins spend their money this offseason?
Defensive assistant Don Clemons is retiring after 27 years with the Lions.
Said QB Matt Flynn, “I’m a confident person but the element of the unknown makes you wish March 13 was tomorrow. I’ve loved being a Packer, and it’s not 100% sure I’m leaving Green Bay, but as a competitor and football player, that’s what you play the game for — to be a starter in the League.”
Mike Smith is the first Falcons coach to be a consistent winner.
The Panthers signed DE Jyles Tucker, who was cut by the Chargers before the start of last season.
The scoreboard at Raymond James Stadium caught fire on Saturday morning.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher is meeting the team’s scouts and preparing for the draft at the same time.
New Seahawks uniforms are likely to be unveiled in April.