Bills G.M. Buddy Nix says that he plans to keep making more moves in free agency.
The Dolphins hosted their annual Girls High School Flag Football Jamboree. (Some fans and pro players would say that the Girls High School Flag Football Jamboree eventually will go by the name “National Football League.”)
The Patriots worked out Washington State QB Jeff Tuel on Friday.
Jets coach Rex Ryan won’t be ticketed for a January car accident in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Browns LB coach Brian Baker can’t wait for April 1.
Talks between the Bengals and RT Andre Smith remain at a standstill. (If Smith is getting antsy, we’d tell him to keep his shirt on. Then again, we’d tell him to keep his shirt on pretty much always.)
A group of private pilots have offered to do flyovers at Jaguars games this year, given that the “sequester” has ended public funding of the airborne dog-and-pony shows.
San Diego mayor Bob Filner likes the idea of a combined Chargers stadium and convention center.
Former (for now) Broncos DE Elvis Dumervil says he simply wants to feel wanted.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett knows that back-to-back 8-8 seasons are “not good enough.”
A bill that would necessarily require the Redskins to change their name has been introduced at the U.S. House of Representatives.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy realizes that teams will use the read-option against Green Bay’s defense.
The Saints currently have no starting left tackle; “I look at that spot like there’s a magnet with no name on it,” coach Sean Payton said. “Gray, it’s just gray.”
The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce has launched a public campaign to keep the Panthers in town.
The Buccaneers’ official website spends a little time on the “f–king Warren Sapp f–king angle.”