National reports suggesting other teams to Los Angeles buffers Tim Graham of the Buffalo News’ belief that local money will eventually keep the Bills in Western New York.
Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post invokes The Talking Heads as he looks back at the Dolphins offseason. (And I’d give five bucks to see Joe Philbin say “This is not my quarterback,” in the voice of David Byrne).
Not everyone in Boston is ready to laugh off Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s bizarre audition tape with his “pal.”
Jets TE Dustin Keller broke the code of silence at Mark Sanchez’s “Jets West” camp, saying “All these people taking time out to come out here because our team leader [Sanchez] wanted them to is very encouraging. It speaks volumes.”
The older brother of a UFC champion and a first-round pick will be fighting for a starting job when Ravens camp opens.
The Browns’ offensive line could be a strength for the team (not that there are many groups to choose from).
The idea of the Steelers playing in Ireland has some support, but they insist they won’t give up a home game to do so.
The Texans have some depth questions at wide receiver.
The guys competing for a fullback job with the Titans are going to have to contribute in multiple ways.
Broncos strength coach Luke Richesson is using technology and leaning on nutrition to help the team finish strong.
The Hunt family and their team are issuing a call for artists to kick off the Kansas City Chiefs Art Program.
This guy thinks the Raiders should have had eight players in the NFL Top 100 list. Please mock him, not me.
Cris Collinsworth thinks the Cowboys can reach the Super Bowl, if three specific things happen.
Developers are lining up Shrek and Kung Fu Panda for the theme park which the Giants and Jets are suing to stop.
The Bears often play in icy conditions, but next February, Solider Field will host a college hockey doubleheader.
Veterans Packers trainer Pepper Burruss isn’t ready to declare Brett Favre’s consecutive starts streak of 297 unbreakable.
The 49ers now have a legal opponent for the $30 million in tax funds for a new stadium.
The Seahawks don’t have many candidates, but the city of Seattle is pining for a true sports superstar.