Bills CEO Russ Brandon is being given the Excellence in Management Award from the St. John Fisher College of Business (their standards are clearly high, as the Bills are 109-147 since he joined the team in 1997, with three winning seasons).
The Dolphins aren’t afraid to use premium picks on offensive linemen.
Former Browns president Mike Holmgren is going to work with a Seattle radio station.
The Jaguars LB room will have to make a transition this year, even with the same position coach.
The Titans are letting fans vote for the design of the 15th anniversary patch they’ll wear on their jerseys this year.
The Broncos could address their lack of pass-rushers in the draft rather than free agency.
A family of Chiefs fans were able to express their fandom in style — because they embezzled nearly $3 million.
Most of the building blocks for the Chargers offense are present for offseason work.
The Cowboys hosted local prospects working out for them in style.
Many of the Eagles mysteries will be revealed when they take the field for minicamp.
Cal C Brian Schwenke will visit the Bears.
Draft depth at RB could benefit the Packers.
The Vikings finalized dates for those pesky TBA preseason games.
Former Falcons TE Greg McCrary died after suffering a heart attack.
The Panthers stadium funding bill could be voted on by the full state Senate today.
A look at the worst draft picks in Rams history.
The 49ers are in position to address needs at defensive line and safety in the draft.