Outlining the role Doug Marrone and the rest of the Bills coaches play in draft scouting.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross thinks his team has gotten younger and faster.
Adding to the receiving corps remains on the Patriots to-do list.
Making moves on the defensive line leaves the Ravens with decisions to make up front.
The knives are out for Mike Holmgren now that he’s finished with the Browns.
G.M. Kevin Colbert said that the Steelers have things they want, not things they need.
A look at the Texans’ agenda at the owners meetings.
The Titans think Sammie Hill can contribute on their defensive line on all three downs.
The draft is likely where the Broncos will turn for help on the offensive and defensive lines.
The Eagles are planning to take it easy at the league meetings.
An argument for the Bears picking a quarterback in April.
The Packers remain committed to spending their money to keep their own players.
Two historic Atlanta churches aren’t on board with the new Falcons stadium plan.
One city councilman in Charlotte is worried that the Panthers funding for stadium improvements won’t come through.
The Saints are working to put the defensive pieces they need into place.
Are Buccaneers fans frustrated by the pace of the team’s offseason?
Said 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh of the first week of free agency, “Some good . . . some guys not with us any more that we’d sure like to have still with us. But that’s the nature of the business process going on. It’s the sad, tough nature of the business.”
The Seahawks’ moves have left plenty of people singing their praises.