After he was voted down again the Hall of Fame candidacy of former Bills WR Andre Reed remains a hot topic in Buffalo.
The Dolphins took a big step toward getting their new stadium.
Although they fell short of the Super Bowl, the Patriots may have been better this season than they were last season.
No, Rob Ryan is not a candidate to join his brother on the Jets’ staff.
An estimated 200,000 people showed up for the Ravens’ Super Bowl victory parade.
The former Bengals cheerleader who was busted for having sex with a teenager has violated her probation by crossing state lines without permission.
If New York can host a Super Bowl, why not Pittsburgh?
The Colts appear to have an easy schedule in 2013.
The Jaguars want the city of Jacksonville to pay for new scoreboards at a cost of $50 million.
Could Alabama CB Dee Milliner be the first overall pick of the Chiefs in April?
Here’s some free advice for Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
Said Giants DT Chris Canty of watching the Super Bowl, “I looked at that game in Sunday, and I was just thinking to myself, ‘Man, both of those teams I felt like we could play competitive football against and have a chance to win.’”
The Eagles might be in the market for a punter in the NFL draft.
Redskins OT Jordan Black is still suspended under the league’s performance-enhancing drugs policy, but he will be eligible to participate in offseason activities before finishing his suspension at the start of the 2013 season.
Here’s a look at why the Falcons struggled to cover tight ends in the playoffs.
The Panthers have re-signed OL Justin Wells.
Said New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu of the Super Bowl blackout, “The 34 minutes of darkness will never overshadow or outshine the city of New Orleans and how we performed this Super Bowl week.”
Josh Norris sees the Cardinals drafting North Carolina State QB Mike Glennon with the seventh overall pick in the draft.
The Rams know that adding Titus Young is a risky move.
Jim Harbaugh is second-guessing himself over the 49ers’ play calls at the end of the Super Bowl.
Here’s a look at the Seahawks’ biggest hits of 2012.