Do the Dolphins have what it takes to fix their problems on both sides of the ball?
Here’s a look at some of the quarterbacks the Jets could be interested in in the NFL draft.
Said Bengals DE Michael Johnson on his thoughts about becoming a free agent on March 12, “I’m not trippin’, no one else should. I don’t worry about all that other stuff. I approach every year the same, that’s what works for me.”
The Browns are remodeling their team facilities (hopefully with bacteria-resistant surfaces in every room).
Don’t expect the Jaguars to be able to trade down from the No. 2 overall pick.
The Titans could be looking to draft Alabama G Chance Warmack or North Carolina G Jonathan Cooper with the ninth overall pick.
An offensive lineman seems like the safe bet for the Chiefs’ first overall pick.
The NFLPA remains concerned about the Chargers’ team doctor.
The Cowboys haven’t decided whether they’ll use the franchise tag.
The Giants have added a defensive quality control coach.
In Philadelphia, they’re hoping that Chip Kelly will prove to be strong in the areas where Andy Reid was weak as a coach.
The Bears may want to restructure the contract of DE Julius Peppers, who counts more than $16 million against this year’s cap.
The Lions may be better off eschewing high-priced free agents and instead focusing on building depth.
The Packers may have made a mistake by keeping WR Donald Driver one year too long.
Here’s a look at the Vikings’ defensive free agents.
The Charlotte Chamber supports a plan to raise taxes on food and beverages to help pay for renovations to the Panthers’ Bank of America Stadium.
A 3-4 outside linebacker would make a lot of sense for the Saints in the first round of the NFL draft.
If Buccaneers DE Da’Quan Bowers had possessed the same gun at Tampa International Airport that he possessed at LaGuardia in New York, he wouldn’t have been arrested. Which means absolutely nothing to prosecutors in New York.
The Cardinals may be tempted to draft a quarterback in the first round.
Here’s a look at some of the issues facing the Rams heading into free agency.
Jim Harbaugh may claim the 49ers have five No. 1 receivers, but the position may still be a need for San Francisco heading into the draft.
The depth of this year’s draft looks good to the Seahawks.