Add the Bills to the list of teams skeptical about the QB class in this draft, with assistant GM Doug Whaley saying: “There is no total package.”
As much as the Dolphins will be scouting WRs at the Combine, their answer at the position still figures to come from free agency.
After missing a year to injury, Ravens NT Ma’ake Kemoeatu wants to keep playing a few more seasons.
Other than the whole fake dead girlfriend things, Manti Te’o seems like a natural fit for the Steelers, according to Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
The Texans added longtime NFL DT Jeff Zgonina to their coaching staff.
For Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley, the biggest change to the combine is that he has to stay for the whole week.
The kind of impact interior linemen the Titans need might not be left when the 10th pick rolls around.
A deep draft is fine, unless you’re the Chiefs and own the first overall pick.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie and his staff have a lot to prove after last year’s 4-12 debut.
Chargers coach Mike McCoy is trying to be open-minded about the possiblity of using more zone blocking.
Former Eagles DT Hollis Thomas will work as an assistant coach for the local Arena League team.
The Redskins still think they can find a starter at No. 51.
A glut of free agent OTs could benefit the Bears at a position of need.
Former NFL GM Bill Polian said the Lions’ biggest need is at RB.
The Packers are looking at around $5 million worth of restricted free agent tenders.
The Vikings will be checking out receiving options this week in Indy.
The Falcons stadium negotiations are entering the “let me in on some of that action” phase at City Hall.
The Buccaneers will be looking closely at 40-yard dash times as they study defensive options.
The Cardinals are near the bottom of the league, in terms of Twitter mentions (What, you thought QBs?).
The 49ers will be looking for defensive line depth at the Combine.
Adding pass rushers is also on the menu for the Seahawks.