The flurry of the first week of free agency has subsided, which means we’re going back to the old format of one-liners, with one per-team instead of linking back to stories from the previous day with the intent of keeping you up to date with all of the movement around the league.
Mock drafts like an offensive lineman for the Bills.
Dan Le Batard of the Miami Herald is finding it hard to trust the Dolphins.
Tearing everything down may be the only way for the Jets to move ahead.
The Bengals haven’t done enough to start resting on their laurels.
The Browns will not lack for representation at the owners meetings this week.
Joe Starkey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review thinks the Steelers are taking unfair criticisms.
What are the Texans’ three biggest needs?
Everyone wants to see what wide receiver Colts owner Jim Irsay has up his sleeve.
Past free agent failures are still impacting the Jaguars.
Titans owner Bud Adams has been part of an effort to provide scholarships to members of the military.
Don Banks of SI.com likes what the Chiefs are doing this offseason.
There’s a youth movement going on with the Chargers.
No spending sprees for the Cowboys this year.
The Eagles have given their defense a radically different look in a very short amount of time.
The Falcons haven’t filled all their holes.
The Buccaneers are being patient in their hunt for a cornerback.
The Seahawks certainly fanned the flames of expectation this week.