Former Bills CB Derrick Burroughs, whose career cut was short by a neck injury in 1989, is now the head coach at Lane College, where he coached CB Vernon Kearney, who is now trying to make the Bills.
Dolphins K Dan Campbell is slated to make five times as much money as rookie K Caleb Sturgis, which means that if their camp competition is close, Sturgis will get the job.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft may be interested in buying the Boston Globe.
Jets coach Rex Ryan tries to blast his rookies with as much information as possible to weed out the ones who can’t keep up.
The Bengals may be following the Patriots’ lead in trying to stockpile talent at tight end.
Steelers President Art Rooney II was honored for community service in Pittsburgh.
The Colts are planning a summer tailgate tour.
The Titans waived enormous Canadian OT Matt Sewell, who is now expected to go to the CFL.
Raiders undrafted rookie RB Sam McGuffie was a YouTube sensation and a highly sought recruit whose college career fizzled.
The Chargers acquired the late RB Chuck Muncie from the Saints in exchange for the second-round draft pick that turned out to be Rickey Jackson, who had a Hall of Fame career in New Orleans.
Rookie DaMontre Moore looks like a perfect fit on the Giants’ defensive line.
Five Eagles who played for Chip Kelly at Oregon knew just what to expect at OTAs.
Questions remain about state funding for the Vikings’ new stadium.
Falcons General Manager Thomas Dimitroff will participate in National Bike to Work Day on Friday.
Where does Chuck Muncie rank among the greatest Saints running backs ever?
Former Buccaneers S John Lynch recalls Monte Kiffin’s attention to detail.