The Jets have signed three players with Arena League experience. (Hey, you never know where you’re going to find your next personal punt protector.)
To tag or not to tag, that is the question for the Patriots, as debated by Mike Reiss and Field Yates of ESPNBoston.com.
The Dolphins continue to conduct junior training camps at local elementary schools. (Sometimes, the fruit just hangs too low.)
Hawaii CB Mike Edwards, a Cleveland native, wants to play for the Browns.
Players who get tagged by the Bengals typically stay only one more year.
Former Steelers RB Carey Davis is pursuing an acting career.
Colts owner Jim Irsay says that, if the Colts have earned the third overall pick or lower in 2012, they would have kept QB Peyton Manning.
Jaguars president Mark Lamping talks about the effort to build enhanced video boards at EverBank Field; “If we don’t keep up, we’re falling behind. We can’t afford to do that in a market this size, because if we do, then we put the franchise at risk,” Lamping said.
Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio was scheduled to speak at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. (His comments may or may not have touched upon properly managing water bills.)
Here’s a look at the Chargers who could be cutting their pay in order to help the team clear cap space.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin reunited with players from his first head-coaching gig, at Rochester Institute of Technology, way back in 1970.
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and his ex-wife are still making movies together.
Suing the league over cap space could mean that the Redskins would never host a Super Bowl.
The bounty scandal emerged for the Saints one year ago today.
ESPN’s Trent Dilfer thinks 49ers (for now) QB Alex Smith will be in even better position in Chiefs coach Andy Reid’s offense.
It’s been 11 years since the Seahawks introduced the uniforms they abandoned a year ago.
Rams COO Kevin Demoff on analytics in football: “There is so much in play with respect to the team’s system . . . there is so much covariance in a football game because there are so many other factors.”
Hearing-impaired advocates have sued the Cardinals for failing to provide appropriate accommodations. (Apparently, the Cardinals aren’t keen on putting “the crowd is booing . . . again” on the video boards.)