Former Bills LB Chris Spielman will join the Ride for Roswell, a fundraiser for the leading cancer research hospital in Western New York.
Dolphins WR Davone Bess thinks the presence of Chad Ochocinco is a good thing: “You’ve got to be on your toes because that’s what it is, competition. We know not everybody’s gonna be in there. The more we work the better off we’ll be.”
Single-game tickets to Steelers games went on sale at 10:00 a.m. ET on Saturday. (And they likely we sold out by 10:00:01.3246.)
Every year, plenty of NFL players conduct paid youth football camps; Bengals WR Jordan Shipley’s is free.
The Colts’ latest Facebook Friday features rookie TE Coby Fleener answering questions.
A meeting between Jags owner Shahid Khan and three members of Jacksonville City Council may have violated open-meetings laws.
Are the Titans suddenly talking up WR Marc Mariani in the hopes Rams coach Jeff Fisher will trade for him?
Current and former Texans have been and will be hosting a variety of community events.
Broncos V.P. of football operations John Elway thinks it’s important for players to get away mentally before training camp, but not physically.
Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie told the Rotary Club of Oakland to climb on the bandwagon sooner rather than later: “Get on board right now because we’re going places as a team.”
The Chargers granted the wish of a 17-year-old leukemia patient, who wanted to hang out at practice with RB Ryan Mathews.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett isn’t worried about LB Dan Conner learning the defense.
Former Bears TE Desmond Clark has become a real estate professional. (Given his familiarity with Soldier Field, he should specialize in properties with really crappy lawns.)
Lions OL Jason Fox, a fourth-round pick in 2010, is running out of chances to prove that he can stay healthy at the NFL level; “It’s not just ability, its availability,” coach Jim Schwartz said of Fox.
The front page of Packers’ official website has a clock that is counting down the remaining days, hours, minutes, and seconds before the start of the team’s 5K run. (Perhaps the anticipation comes from the fact that each age-group winner gets a share of stock*.)
Ted Mondale, Walter’s son, will oversee the construction of the Vikings’ new stadium.
Falcons G.M. Thomas Dimitroff has won the PFWA’s Jack Horrigan Award, which recognizes Dimitroff’s extensive availability to the local and national media.
The Saints had 18 undrafted players on the 53-man roster last season; WR Chris Givens hopes to be one of them in 2012.
OT Mike Ingersoll, cut by the Bucs last month and then by the Pats this week, is back in Tampa.
The Rams have eight players who have played tight end at the college or NFL level.
It’s not clear whether Cardinals LB Clark Haggans will face discipline for his recent DUI incarceration.
The 49ers have four first-round picks at receiver, which raises an obvious question: When in the hell did they hire Matt Millen?
With the Seahawks’ draft picks in Canton for the rookie symposium, the undrafted free agents have extra chances to take a few of their jobs.