The Patriots want fans to sound off on the Peyton Manning destination that would be most harmful to New England’s interests. (Um, shouldn’t they be more worried about Eli?)
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger thinks it’s important to have a close working relationship with offensive coordinator Todd Haley: “People made a big deal about me being too close with Bruce [Arians], but that’s a guy you work with every single day. You need to have some sort of working relationship where you can talk on a daily basis. Sometimes you butt heads. I think that is good in any kind of relationship. Hopefully Todd and I can have a similar relationship because I think it benefits everyone.”
Speaking of Colts P Pat McAfee, he seems to finally realize that playing a fungible position doesn’t bode well when the new boss is firing a bunch of guys who don’t.
The Jaguars want to sign two receivers in free agency. (As opposed to drafting a bunch of them, which worked out pretty well.)
If owner Bud Adams wanted to bring Peyton Manning back to Tennessee, the Titans surely would be in the chase for him.
The Broncos aren’t commenting on the suspensions of three players.
Here’s a look at the Chiefs’ depth chart as free agency approaches.
Nearly a decade later, the Chargers are still trying to replace SS Rodney Harrison.
Seabastian Janikowski’s four-year, $16 million contract is still screwing up the market for kickers.
Brandon Jacobs decided not to “sell his soul” to stay with the Giants.
Brian Baldinger thinks Peyton Manning would be a good fit for the Eagles. (Some would say that Manning would fit the Eagles like that one jacked-up finger fits Baldinger’s hand.)
Former Bears DT Steve McMichael thinks bounties are mythical.
Lions fans should be happy that their team doesn’t need to pursue Peyton Manning.
Before becoming the Saints’ defensive coordinator three years ago, Gregg Williams turned down the Packers. (Given what Williams’ defense did to Brett Favre in the 2009 NFC title game, it’s unclear whether Packers fans view this as good news or bad news.)
Should the 3-13 Vikings try to keep any of their free agents?
The Bucs could spend some of that cap money on offensive linemen.
Cardinals coaches and officials are keeping a low profile regarding the pursuit of Peyton Manning.
The Rams could use one of their two second-round picks on a successor for Steven Jackson. (There’s no link for that. I am capable of original thought. Once in a while.)
The price tag for the 49ers’ new stadium unexpectedly has jumped to $1.177 billion. (Does the price tag for expensive things ever unexpectedly drop?)