Bills RBs Fred Jackson and LeSean McCoy may end up splitting the third down work.
Free agent RB Stevan Ridley visited the Dolphins but didn’t reach a deal.
The Boston Globe has a detailed look at Robert Kraft’s testimony in the Aaron Hernandez trial.
Jets great Joe Namath visited the birthday party of 100-year-old twins.
Steelers great Rod Woodson is auctioning off some memorabilia.
The departure of QB Tyrod Taylor left the Ravens with a hole on the depth chart behind Joe Flacco, which led to the signing of Matt Schaub.
The Bengals would like to add a receiver in the draft.
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam’s truck stop company has settled four rebate fraud cases.
The Houston Chronicle thought it would be funny to run an April Fools article about J.J. Watt running for mayor.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano says of WR Andre Johnson: “He’s a big body guy that can still separate, create separation.”
Here’s a look at players the Jaguars might draft.
The Titans may be better off passing on Marcus Mariota.
The Broncos are expecting Bradley Roby to take a step forward this season.
Some possible options for the Chiefs in the draft.
Raiders DB Charles Woodson is promoting his line of wine.
Former Chargers LB Dwight Freeney says he was ripped off by Bank of America, to the tune of $20 million.
Here’s a scenario in which the Eagles could draft Marcus Mariota.
Giants QB Eli Manning is avoiding questions about his contract.
Cliff Harris, a great Cowboy of the 1970s, says when he thinks about today’s game, “I’m trying not to think about the eight to 10 million a year I would be making if I were playing today.”
Washington may try to draft the replacement for Brian Orakpo, who left for Tennessee in free agency.
New Bears RB Jacquizz Rodgers is an equally dangerous threat as a runner and receiver, with 1,116 career yards rushing and 1,104 receiving.
The Lions’ defense was good in coordinator Teryl Austin’s first season, but he expects it to be better this year.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is defending himself from people who think he shouldn’t be cheering for Wisconsin in the NCAA Tournament.
A year later, the Vikings say QB Teddy Bridgewater’s bad showing at his Pro Day didn’t matter at all.
The Falcons seem relieved that they got off easy for Noisegate.
A young Panthers fan who wants Cam Newton moved to running back has become an Internet sensation.
The Saints are taking a look at Miami Hurricanes LB Denzel Perryman.
The Bucs liked what they saw at Jameis Winston’s Pro Day.
Kentucky pass rusher Alvin Dupree could be a fit for the Cardinals in the first round.
Akeem Ayers and Jo-Lonn Dunbar will compete for a starting linebacker spot in St. Louis.
Here’s how the Seahawks’ starting lineup on defense looks right now.
Michael Wilhoite and Navorro Bowman look like the 49ers’ starting inside linebackers.