The Patriots have planned well for the fact that the salary cap won’t be spiking.
The Dolphins keep moving toward securing permission for a stadium referendum that inevitably will fail.
A Steelers fan has put the “terrible” in Terrible Towel.
Longtime Browns sideline photographer Ron Kuntz recently died at the age of 78.
The Texans’ annual Youth Football Camp will be held from June 24 to June 28.
35-year-old Titans K Rob Bironas doesn’t plan to call it quits any time soon; “Kickers go a lot longer in this sport,” Bironas said. “I got started a little bit late, but I feel I have plenty of good years left in me.”
The Colts don’t plan to let $43 million in cap space burn a hole in their vault.
The Chiefs recently won an age discrimination lawsuit brought by its former maintenance manager.
Here are six questions for Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson. (Are you related to the Panthers tight end who spells his last name differently? Really? Really? Really? Really? Really?)
Despite signing his one-year, $10.6 million franchise tender, Cowboys LB Anthony Spender still wants to negotiate a long-term deal.
It may be more expensive to park your car in a lot at Giants games, but it won’t be more expensive to park your caboose.
The Redskins are negotiating with OT Tony Pashos, who was out of football in 2012.
Eagles G.M. Howie Roseman is living a dream that was hatched when he was eight years old.
Former Bears G Revie Sorey is still struggling to recover from a stroke.
Packers G.M. Ted Thompson remains mum when it comes to the future of DL Johnny Jolly.
Former Saints DT La’Roi Glover has been elected to the team’s Hall of Fame.
Here’s a look at the Buccaneers’ options on the defensive line.
Rams G.M. Les Snead says that his team could “easily fit a veteran” via free agency because the franchise “moved the needle” from 2-14 to 7-8-1 in one year under the new regime.
San Francisco hopes to get into the Super Bowl rotation.