From the “Who Doesn’t Belong and Whhhhhhyyyyyyy?” file, Pop Warner football will honor on Saturday night the Patriots, Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez, former Patriots TE Ben Coates, Redskins RB Alfred Morris, and Nancy Kerrigan.
The Bills’ new defense is designed to create confusion. (Unlike the team’s recent defenses, the confusion ideally will be experienced by the members of the opposing offense.)
The Browns are shaking up their media relations department.
Former Jaguars TE Pete Mitchell autographed a photo of himself being chased by Ray Lewis in creative fashion.
Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson will be honored next month by the National Football Foundation.
The Chiefs’ offensive linemen are learning fast, thanks to having not one but two position coaches, Andy Heck and Eugene Chung.
Here’s a look at possible surprises on the Broncos’ final 53-man roster.
Former Chargers coach Sid Gillman is No. 18 on ESPN’s all-time list of coaches.
Cowboys DT Josh Brent has been placed on a new portable alcohol monitoring system that requires urine and breath testing at regular and random intervals.
It’s still too early to know who’ll win the starting quarterback job for the Eagles.
When the Giants recently welcomed the Manchester City Football Club to the Timex Performance Center, defender Micah Richards passed on the chance to catch balls from the JUGS machine; “I don’t trust my hands actually,” Richards said.
Retired Buccaneers DB Rondé Barber has gotten the key to the city of Tampa. (There’s only one condition: He can’t loan it to Tiki.)
Saints coach Sean Payton apparently spent plenty of time working out during his one-season suspension.
Seahawks WR Justin Veltung can perform a 56-inch standing box jump.
Decensae White, a star basketball player at San Francisco State University and a former college roommate of 49ers WR Michael Crabtree, has been arrested on suspicion of murdering rapper Lil’ Phat, also known as Melvin Vernell III. (And here’s where we emphasize that Decensae White, not Michael Crabtree, faces the murder charge. Not Michael Crabtree. Not Crabtree. Not. Crab. Tree.)