An email from a fan has inspired the Ravens.
Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict hated being away from home for Christmas, though he understands he has a job to do; “The worst part of it was when I called home and my mom said, ‘The family’s all here and we’re eating gumbo,’ ” Burfict said. “Man, I wished I was there. But I’ve got duties to take care of. Family is always going to be there.”
Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray doesn’t think his unit quit during a 55-7 loss to the Packers. (We’d hate to see how bad the score would have been if they had.)
Jaguars defensive line coach Joe Cullen turned down an offer to become the defensive coordinator at Boston College. (Apparently, there isn’t a Wendy’s on campus.)
Here’s a look at the Colts’ seven comeback wins in 2012.
Despite rumors linking Tony Dungy to the Chiefs, Dungy say he won’t be coaching “there or anywhere else.”
An absence of impact players drafted in rounds one or two could be the biggest factor in the demise of Eagles coach Andy Reid.
Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray isn’t thinking about his fumbles; “Doesn’t bother me at all,” Murray said. “Last week was last week. Two weeks was two weeks ago. I don’t worry about mistakes. . . . I have a short term memory, good, bad, negative, positive, I just move on.”
Six straight wins and the cusp of a division title is earning praise for Redskins coach Mike Shanahan.
Lions defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham says his biggest disappointment this season is the failure of the team to generate turnovers.
Now that the Bears’ defense has found the end zone again, they hope to visit again on Sunday.
Saints offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael, Jr. isn’t thinking about the possibility of being pursued elsewhere.
The Seahawks last failed to score in the red zone in Week Nine, when they took a knee at the nine to end a win over the Vikings.
The Rams’ three leading receivers are within two yards of each other.