Since going on a spending spree in free-agency, the Bills have sold more than 4,300 season-ticket packages.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross met with Archie Manning in December about luring Peyton to Miami.
To little surprise, a majority of fans responding to a poll at Patriots.com called BountyGate the “[w]orst scandal in NFL history.”
Said former Bengals S Chris Crocker of the team’s decision to cut him loose, which comes after a rough playoff game for him personally against the Texans: “It’s sad that I don’t have a chance to redeem myself and get to start all over again here this season but the league is unfortunate and cruel that way sometimes.”
New Colts WR Donnie Avery says that he can still get open, and that he’s still fast.
The Broncos are working out QB Brock Osweiler on Saturday.
The Chargers are running out of patience with free-agent T Mario Henderson.
A jury is deliberating the fate of former Raiders DE Anthony Wayne Smith, who is accused of executing 31-year-old Maurilio Ponce in 2008.
Former Cowboys S Darren Woodson says that 95 percent of what Gregg Williams said on the now-infamous audio is normal. (He’s right — it’s the other five percent that crosses the line into organized crime.)
Some in New York think it’s unfair to link the Saints’ stated desire to knock 49ers WR Kyle Williams out of a playoff game with another concussion to the Giants’ stated desire to knock 49ers WR Kyle Williams out of a playoff game with another concussion.
New Eagles LT Demetress Bell could be just what they need, if he can stay healthy.
The Redskins hosted free-agent S Madieu Williams on Friday; he left without a contract.
Former Bears S Doug Plank says Buddy Ryan didn’t use a bounty system in Chicago.
Falcons owner Arthur Blank feels good about where his team is. (And every surgery is always successful. And every criminal defendant is always innocent.)
Given his recent experience with the congas/bongos, maybe Saints coach Sean Payton can spend the 2012 season as a member of the Panthers drumline.
Will the Cardinals reach for a tackle with their first-round pick, given that they don’t have a pick in round two?
Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch makes a great point about Gregg Williams’ future: How could he ever command authority and respect in the locker room? (And that doesn’t even take into account the impact of his potential testimony against former Saints players in their appeal hearings on the willingness of other players to play for him.)