Former Patriots LB Tedy Bruschi, hosting a football camp, said he has no problems with his sons playing — eventually. “Where I stand is where my mother stood, and my mother didn’t want me to play football until I was 14,” he said.
The Jets are using black practice jerseys as a motivational ploy. As cool as that sounds, it might not be the best idea during training camp when it’s as hot as it was in New York yesterday.
Ohio State officials are in talks with the Bengals about moving the Buckeyes’ spring game to Paul Brown Stadium during renovations at The Horseshoe.
The Texans’ PR staff was awarded the Rozelle Award by the PFWA for having the league’s outstanding media relations department.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano said he realized he’d never make it as a player: “When I ran my 40(-yard dash) at my pro day. I saw all the pro scouts looking at their watches shaking their head. That’s when I made my decision. I’m not going to the NFL like everyone always dreams of.”
Jaguars GM Gene Smith is still debating whether to go with two or three quarterbacks this year.
The Broncos are helping Pueblo get a new synthetic turf field for a stadium built in 1950, as part of the league’s Grassroots Program.
Could Cowboys coach Jason Garrett be the “last coach Jerry ever hires?’
The Redskins announced their training camp schedule, with 13 practices open to fans.
The Sporting News gave the Bears a B+ for their offseason moves, specifically trading for WR Brandon Marshall.
Punter is among the training camp battles to watch with the Lions.
Fan feedback is mixed as to whether the Packers should give DT Johnny Jolly another chance if he’s reinstated by the NFL.
Some Saints tickets booths and parking garages are targeted with the last $1 million of FEMA money allocated for Hurricane Katrina repairs at the Superdome.
Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times takes a look at the Buccaneers’ projected starting lineup.
Dave Boling of the Tacoma News Tribune thinks the Seahawks’ defense could be among the league’s best.