Patriots owner Robert Kraft will speak at the Suffolk University commencement exercises on Sunday.
The Dolphins have added FB Rupert Bryan, who played right tackle at Florida International.
The Jets will open minicamp practice on June 11 to season-ticket holders, and on June 12 to the general public.
James Walker of ESPN.com, who at the Columbus Dispatch covered WR Chad Johnson during his time with the Bengals, fears that Johnson could be at the beginning of a “bad downward spiral” now that his playing career is likely over.
Yet another lawsuit has been filed against Pilot Flying J, the company run by Browns owner Jimmy Haslam.
The Ravens could have the heaviest front seven in 2013.
Coach Chuck Pagano, whose teams benefits from the wage-scale contract signed by QB Andrew Luck in 2012, says the Colts will “worry about [a long-term deal] down the road“; Luck is eligible for a new contract after the 2014 season.
Titans DE Derrick Morgan is working hard on his fitness; “I’m trying to get in the best shape I can for the season,” Morgan said. “That’s one of my major goals, is to be in the best shape of my life coming into the season and just taking care of my body.”
Texans strength and conditioning coach Cedric Smith has plenty of good things to say about his team after five weeks of the offseason program.
Chargers fans can buy (or, as the case may be, not buy) single-game tickets as of Monday.
On Monday, the Broncos will practice for the first time as a team since their double-overtime playoff loss to Baltimore. (It will all likely go very well until the last minute or so.)
A tryout at rookie minicamp persuaded the Chiefs to sign former Kansas DE Toben Opurum as a fullback.
The best part about the Eagles getting rid of “Taco Tuesdays“? It also means there will be no further “Wicked Sh-t Wednesdays.”
An alleged high-stakes Manhattan gambling operation saw a bettor win $600,000 when the Giants won Super Bowl XLVI, which reportedly “set off a long series of seemingly fumbling exchanges about how to move such a large sum of money without tipping off the authorities.”
Here’s a thought-provoking and balanced look at the Redskins name controversy from The Atlantic.
Former NFL QB Jim Miller is taking a “communications position” with the Bears.
The Packers tailgate tour made an unexpected stop for the Challenge Academy Cadets, a group of at-risk youths who are trying to earn their high school diplomas.
The plan to tax cigarettes in order to help pay for the Vikings’ news stadium supposedly was a secret, but it already was in multiple budget plans.
The NFL and college jerseys of DT/LB John Small, a first-round pick of the Falcons in 1970 who died in 2012, have been stolen from a residence in Augusta, Georgia.
Former Panthers LB Mark Fields, who was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2003, says he can still run the 40 in 4.5 seconds, even after having a bone marrow transplant in 2012.
The Saints added DT Isaako Aaitui, a third-year player who has spent time with the Dolphins and Jets.
Rams owner Stan Kroenke, whose football team plays its home games indoors, has purchased the Outdoor Channel for $265 million, pending shareholder approval.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is getting his rookies ready to play. (They can’t be much worse than most of the veterans.)
As of January, folks in Washington can purchase Seahawks license plates.