A pair of Bills season-ticket holders had a Bills-themed wedding. (The party was crashed by a Giants fan. Then a Redskins fan. Then two Cowboys fans.)
Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander will attend Competition Committee meetings in Indy to discuss chop blocks and holding.
Steelers minority owner Rita M. McGinley, 94, died on Friday.
The Browns’ official website has weighed in on the question of whether owner Jimmy Haslam will be less involved in the team now that he is working in Tennessee again. (And since it’s the Browns’ official website, you really don’t need to read it to know the bottom line.)
Texans G.M. Rick Smith will receive the Charlie Ward Tribute to Excellence Award on Saturday night.
Jaguars defensive coordinator Bob Babich will use a 4-3 defense with some 3-4 elements.
The Colts have only eight players on the roster from their Super Bowl XLIV team; three of them will become free agents.
Steve Hoffman, a 23-year NFL assistant, will serve as assistant special-teams coordinator with the Titans.
One of the age-discrimination lawsuits pending against the Chiefs has gone to trial.
So what can the Chargers learn from the Ravens?
The all-time Raiders interception list is led by the guy who draped himself in Stickum, at a time when it was socially acceptable to do so.
The Cowboys trust Bill Callahan (enough not to sabotage a Super Bowl . . . if they ever get there again).
Eagles coach Chip Kelly likes the continuity that tight ends coach Ted Williams, who has been with the team since 1995, brings to the table. (Or maybe Kelly was enamored with the idea of giving employment to a frozen head.)
Several Packers greats will be signing autographs this weekend at the Grand Geneva Resort and Spa.
The Bears’ new offense will reflect a compilation of multiple systems. (Is “compilation” the FCC-approved alternative to “clusterf–k”?)
The Lions won’t raise ticket prices for 2013.
The Buccaneers have a huge advantage over the rest of the NFC South when it comes to cap space.
It’s unlikely that the Falcons’ “give us a new stadium or we’ll move . . . to the suburbs” tactic will get anyone worked up.
With the Cardinals projected at more than $3 million over the cap, G.M. Steve Keim knows some tough decisions are coming.
Was the Seahawks defense in 2012 the best in franchise history?