The Bills are looking for extras for a film that will shoot scenes at Ralph Wilson Stadium on May 25.
Pats rookie S Duron Harmon says his NFL experience matches his college one, so far; “It just literally feels like Rutgers,” Harmon said. “I see where Coach Schiano got some of his sayings, the structure of his program from.”
Dolphins rookie RB Mike Gillislee looked good in Friday’s minicamp practice, via James Walker of ESPN.com.
The Jets have organized a 5K walk to raise funds for Lupus research.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth took TE Tyler Eifert and his family to dinner last Friday; “Great family. Great kid. He’s hungry. He’ll fit right into this locker room. What upset me more than anything is that’s he’s a scratch golfer,” Whitworth said.
The failure of the Sun Life Stadium renovation bill significantly enhances the Texans’ chances of hosting Super Bowl LI.
Yes, the Chargers opted for a Division III quarterback over Tim Tebow.
The Redskins have assigned numbers to their draft picks. (To assist with jersey sales, each rookie also will have “III” added after his last name.)
Former Eagles LB Jeremiah Trotter makes his acting debut in a film called The North Star.
WR Duron Carter’s decision to try out for the Vikings and not the Ravens was driven by the presence of receivers coach George Stewart in Minnesota; “It was really 50-50,” the son of Cris Carter said. “Coach Stewart is really what got me in here. He’s got a great history with T.O. and Roddy White.”
Get to know the Packers’ undrafted free agents.
The Buccaneers expect rookie fourth-rounder Akeem Spence to be the starting nose tackle in 2013.
The Saints worked out British Olympian Lawrence Okoye, who eventually signed with the 49ers.
Cardinals defensive line coach Brentson Buckner has the ability to connect with his players; “I speak their language,” Buckner said. “It’s crazy to look around. I am one of the young guys out there and then coaching the position I actually played. It makes it easier for a player because now they trust what I say, because now I’m not talking about how somebody told me to play a block or how to play a technique.”
Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable raves about the “retention” of his players’ fitness and preparedness; “It goes to show the type of guys coach [Pete] Carroll and John Schneider are bringing,” Cable said. “They’re bringing in not only five-star athletes, but they’re bringing in five-star people that understand what it takes and what they need to do to prepare at the highest level.”