Here’s a position-by-position breakdown of the Dolphins’ defense.
Bills special-teams coordinator Danny Crossman talks about his plan for improving Buffalo’s coverage and return units.
Here’s a look at the AP awards, if the only team in the NFL was the Patriots.
Former (eventually) Steelers RB Chris Rainey has pleaded no contest to a charge of disorderly conduct to resolve his domestic violence case.
So would Gregg Williams and Jerry Gray be able to coexist in Tennessee?
Colts coach Chuck Pagano and new Cardinals coach Bruce Arians could be sharing the coach of the year award come Saturday night.
Jaguars owner Shahid Khan says hosting a second Super Bowl isn’t among his goals for Jacksonville.
Texans owner Bob McNair says inside linebacker and receiver are among the team’s offseason priorities.
QB Geno Smith wants to be a Chief, presumably via the first overall pick in the draft and not, say, round four.
The Broncos are increasing ticket prices for the second straight year.
Former Chargers coach Bobby Ross says the inclusion of some late coverages that weren’t executed well doomed his team the last time the 49ers won a Super Bowl.
If more owners behaved like the late Al Davis, the NFL wouldn’t even need a Rooney Rule.
The Dallas Morning News wants to know if Cowboys fans would accept an openly gay player on the team.
Commissioner Roger Goodell on the Redskins’ controversial nickname: “I don’t think anybody wants to offend anybody.”
Lions Hall of Fame RB Barry Sanders thinks a gay player should expect to be teased in the locker room, where football players get “teased for anything.”
A group known as Common Cause Georgia plans to block the use of public funds for a new Falcons stadium.
The Cardinals are sticking with a 3-4 defense, despite hiring a coordinator who most recently ran a 4-3.
Rams fans are divided on the future of the team in St. Louis.
Folks in San Francisco are buying up big-screen TVs for watching the 49ers on Sunday. (And for throwing things through it if the Niners lose.)