Said Bills DT Kyle Williams of how the team has looked at OTAs, “I think defensively on paper it looks really good. But, that doesn’t mean anything. I think we’ve talked about that in our room today, that everything looks great on paper but we haven’t done anything yet.”
When Jamal Lewis played for the Browns he invested in a water park, but that park says Lewis’s bankruptcy won’t affect its operations.
Texans LB Shawn Loiseau on his troubled teenage years: “The low point was sitting in that jail cell and having my lawyer tell me I might be facing a murder charge that would leave me in there for the rest of my life.”
The Colts are struggling to sell tickets, but they say they’re not concerned about blackouts.
Broncos DL Ben Garland, who played his college football at Air Force, will be sworn in as a member of the 140th Wing of the Colorado Air National Guard on Wednesday.
Chargers LB Takeo Spikes on playing football at age 36: “People always ask me, ‘How do you last long in this league?’ You’ve got to be smart, and you’ve got to be tough. I don’t want to be out there with a dumb football player, somebody who doesn’t understand formations, who doesn’t recognize situations.”
Cowboys offensive line coach Bill Callahan said he’s “never had anybody like” OT Tyron Smith: “He is just very strong, very lean, very explosive, and he can carry those traits over to the left side because of his athleticism.”
Giants CB Prince Amukamara ran on Tuesday for the first time since he had a procedure on his foot in March.
Eagles safeties coach Mike Zordich thought the team was going to add a safety this offseason, but says he’s comfortable with the guys he has.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan will address the media on Thursday for the first time since being knocked “a little woozy” in an on-field collision.
Said Blair Walsh of being named the Vikings’ kicker, “There are 32 of these jobs. To have one of them right now is exciting and humbling.”
Saints owner Tom Benson has sent a letter to the owners of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, asking them to reconsider publishing only three days a week.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald says he has a genetic propensity for putting on weight: “You’ve seen my dad,” Fitzgerald said. “I don’t mean that in a derogatory way, but he’s not a little man by any stretch of the imagination. I can’t play receiver at that weight.”
Some members of the Rams are participating in youth football camps, focusing on concussion awareness and character development.
If 49ers long snapper Brian Jennings plays every game this season he will tie the franchise record for consecutive games played with 208.