Former Bills offensive lineman Duke Preston’s working as a life coach at Notre Dame.
The Dolphins get rave reviews for their spending spree on a new set of LBs.
Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome makes it clear he’s not in play for the AD job at Alabama (despite the lack of salary cap restrictions he’d face there).
The Bengals were the only team to vote against the new crown of the helmet rule, even though coach Marvin Lewis was part of the competition committee that pushed it.
Colts owner Jim Irsay is still beating the drum for another receiver.
The Jaguars are closer to some public assistance, despite political rumblings.
Titans RB Chris Johnson called the new helmet rule “crazy.”
Former Chargers kicker John Carney is staying busy coaching young kickers, among other things.
It’s March, and we’re still talking about who’s calling the plays for the Cowboys this year.
New Eagles coach Chip Kelly has embraced the science of football, right down to the amount of sleep an elite athlete needs.
The Redskins knew what they were getting into (or not getting into) in free agency.
The Vikings are working hard to prepare for their trip to London.
The Falcons have spent over $100 million so far in free agency, with only one guy brought in from outside.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera doesn’t view this season as playoffs-or-else for him.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians isn’t backing down from the tough NFC West.
The Rams are trusting a bunch of kids as they reshape their offense.
The Seahawks played poker in free agency, and appeared to have won.