The Bills are giving it the old college try with a new coaching staff, populated mostly with inexperience.
The Dolphins ought to be more interested in free agent WRs than drafting one, according to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald.
There is no real consensus about what the Bengals need among mock-drafters.
The Browns might not have landed Chip Kelly, but they did hire Sashi Brown and Brent Stehlik.
Some former Texans take a look back at the current season, and what lies ahead.
There’s open lobbying in Indianapolis to keep Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians in place.
It’s no accident the assistant coaches the Jaguars allowed to leave were on the offensive side of the ball.
The Titans are in good salary cap position if they wanted to spend for help this offseason.
The Broncos hope to have a replacement for offensive coordinator Mike McCoy by the weekend.
New Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton said “You don’t have to junk the system,” in regards to staying in a 3-4 defense.
Raiders legend John Madden defended coach Dennis Allen by saying he “was playing the game without a full deck.”
The Chargers say having consultant Ron Wolf aboard added something to the coach and GM searches.
New Cowboys defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin has first-hand knowledge of how explosive new Eagles coach Chip Kelly’s offense can be — to the tune of averaging 601 yards per game in three meetings.
Ron Jaworski said new Eagles coach Chip Kelly is going to have to adapt his style to the NFL.
Not only did the Redskins lead the league in rushing and yards per play, they also set a franchise record for fewest turnovers (14) and games without a turnover (six).
The Lions could be looking at pass-rush options, picking fifth in the draft.
Former Vikings coach Bud Grant approves of the Bears move to dip into the CFL.
Tom Sorensen of the Charlotte Observer says of the Panthers’ request for public money: “If this feels like a shakedown, it’s a genteel shakedown.”
The Buccaneers figure to add CBs in bulk this offseason to fix a league-worst pass defense.
Paola Boivin of the Arizona Republic thinks the Cardinals reputation for being cheap no longer applies.
Taking a look at how Rob Ryan would potentially fit with the Rams as defensive coordinator.
The Seahawks enter the offseason troubled by a trend of letting late leads slip away.