Jeff Bauer, a scout for 11 years with the Jets, replaces Joey Clinkscales at the Jets’ director of college scouting.
If everything goes as planned, the Dolphins’ 2011 MVP will be holding a clipboard in 2012.
Former Pats LB Ted Johnson is convinced that LB Junior Seau’s suicide is linked to concussions he suffered while playing football.
Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick understands how the NFL compensation system currently works: “They’ve got everybody slotted so you’ve got to earn it,” Kirkpatrick said. “You get that second contract and hopefully you will have played up to the expectations everybody has for you.
Former Browns C Steve Everitt says bounties were around during his playing days.
With the arrival of G Zane Taylor, the Colts have now added three former Eagles offensive linemen.
The Titans have hired former Green Bay chief of police Jim Arts.
A tattoo shop co-owned by Jaguars G Uche Nwaneri is the subject of a yet-unsold reality show. (Given all the yet-unsold reality shows, hasn’t the time come for a reality show about the efforts to sell a yet-unsold reality show?)
The non-playmaker-who-makes-plays for the Raiders plans to keep making plays even as he becomes a target of defensive attention.
The funeral for former Giants WR Stacy Robinson, who died earlier this month, will be held Saturday in St. Paul.
The Vikings will hold open auditions for their “Skol Line,” which may or may not involve smokeless tobacco, on June 11.
In-house competition could make the Lions’ secondary better in 2012.
Falcons G.M. Thomas Dimitroff honored National Bike to Work Day, riding 40 miles from his home to the office. (Coincidentally, I did the same thing, walking down to my garage, climbing onto my bike, fastening the helmet to my head, removing the helmet from my head, climbing off my bike, walking back up to my office, and sitting down at my desk.)
The contract given by the Bucs to Conor Barth proves once again that kids should quit running with a football and start kicking it.
Saints WR Adrian Arrington says the bounty scandal is a non-issue during offseason workouts; “In our facility, it doesn’t really get talked about,” Arrington said. “It hasn’t really affected any of us at all.”
The Glendale City Council is scrambling to avoid a $67 million lawsuit from the Cardinals over a parking dispute at the team’s stadium.
The left guard position is wide open in St. Louis.