Bills G.M. Buddy Nix talked about some of the draft prospects in this year’s class.
It doesn’t look like the Jets will be in the market for big-ticket free agents.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis plans to give younger players shots to earn more time next season.
The Chiefs met with Baylor QB Robert Griffin for 15 minutes at the combine.
Combine superstars, like Raiders CB Demetrius Van Dyke, have had mixed success in the NFL.
Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith is always open to a draft day trade.
The Cowboys’ talent problems are greater than their leadership problems.
Mark Potash of the Chicago Sun-Times thinks Bears G.M. Phil Emery is making a mistake by not speaking to the media at the combine.
Lions G.M. Martin Mayhew thinks pass rushers are the best way to help cornerbacks.
The Packers could find themselves in the market for a new center.
Ralph Nader took some shots at the Vikings stadium financing plan.
Falcons G.M. Thomas Dimitroff and other personnel men are surprised by the dwindling number of tight ends at the Combine.
Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano said that hiring an assistant coach from LSU isn’t a signal about the team’s draft intentions.
The Rams don’t have much precedent for dealing with their lease issue.
A deep group of wide receivers in the draft should please the 49ers.
Said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll of Baylor QB Robert Griffin III, “But he’s just such a marvelous athlete, and he’s so smart. And he has such a great makeup about him – and I’m saying that ahead of us visiting with him when we’ll get to know him more in time. But I would think that he can handle anything.”