The Bills are totally fine with not seeing Tom Brady this week.
The Dolphins have ruled out four starters for tonight’s game.
Wait, wasn’t this the four-game stretch in which the Patriots were being punished?
Jets coach Todd Bowles isn’t concerned about CB Darrelle Revis‘ ankle.
Former Ravens G Kelechi Osemele said he was never particularly close to a return in free agency.
The Bengals have gotten used to adjusting on the fly on defense.
Browns CB Joe Haden was limited in practice and may not play this week.
Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell figures to get plenty of work as a pass-catcher upon his return.
No J.J. Watt could mean more double-teams for Texans OLB Jadeveon Clowney.
Not a single F’ing Colts fan has complained about their announcer’s on-air slip.
The Jaguars are trying to get LB Myles Jack on the field more often.
Titans QB Marcus Mariota hasn’t faced J.J. Watt yet, and he won’t this year.
The Broncos are on the verge of a milestone for owner Pat Bowlen.
Chiefs CB Marcus Peters had a good week, except for getting the flu.
Raiders WR Michael Crabtree has become a steadying presence.
The Chargers injury report is kind of a horror novel.
The Cowboys think they’re deep enough at WR to survive the absence of Dez Bryant.
Giants QB Eli Manning deadpanned his way through a question about the Vikings having his number.
Eagles QB Carson Wentz, still accurate during the bye week.
Washington wants to run more than the team has shown so far this season.
The Bears’ problem on defense isn’t complicated (and that’s the problem).
The Lions are still missing two key defensive pieces.
The Packers have plenty to work on during the bye week.
Vikings LT T.J. Clemmings is making strides.
The Falcons are making the time-share backfield work.
The Panthers were only missing RB Jonathan Stewart and DT Vernon Butler in practice yesterday.
Saints S Kenny Vaccaro expects to play this week.
The Buccaneers want to give QB Jameis Winston more help with their run game.
The Cardinals need to be able to trust their leaders to bring along young players.
The Rams have shown some ability to make big plays.
49ers coach Chip Kelly said it’s Colin Kaepernick’s play, not his health, that’s keeping him out of the lineup.
Seahawks OL coach Tom Cable said his group just needs to grow.