On this day in 1994, the Bills won their fourth and final (so far) AFC title, with a 30-13 victory over Kansas City and Joe Montana.
Former Dolphins QB Damon Huard says an unnamed former punter on the team routinely overinflated balls, in the years before the “K” ball.
In high school, Patriots LB Akeem Ayers resisted the charms of Seattle coach Pete Carroll in picking UCLA over USC; Ayers has never beaten Carroll in the player’s college or pro career.
New Jets G.M. Mike Maccagnan wants to bury the hatchet with WFAN’s Mike Francesa. (Francesa seems to think that maybe the Jets want to bury it in his head.)
It’s unusual that new Browns offensive coordinator John DeFilippo didn’t review film of QB Johnny Manziel before taking the job. (Especially since it would have taken about five minutes.)
The Steelers hope to apply more pressure to opposing quarterbacks.
The Ravens won’t be raising ticket prices in 2015, for the second straight year.
With all teams gathering in Mobile for the Senior Bowl, it became clear the Bengals have it better than most.
The Colts see themselves as the Bulls and the Patriots as the Pistons.
Jaguars TE Marcedes Lewis is in an ugly custody dispute, which turned uglier once the child’s porn-star mother learned Lewis is trying to get full custody.
Titans QB Charlie Whitehurst admits to taking air out of footballs; “[T]hey’re more fun to throw. You can tell a difference.”
Offseason front-office shuffling became official for the Texans on Friday.
J.J. Watt endorses the Broncos’ decision to lure defensive line coach Bill Kollar from Houston.
The Chiefs won’t be signing CFL WR Duron Carter, son of Cris.
Raiders WR Tim Brown realizes he’d have a better chance at Canton if he’d left the Raiders for a team with a franchise quarterback.
Chargers G.M. Tom Telesco says the team is at the midway point of its draft preparations.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo says questions about air pressure in footballs should be directed not to the coach but to the ball boys and the quarterback.
Giants CB Walter Thurmond, who tore a pectoral muscle in Week Two, would like to return in 2015.
Washington G.M. Scot McCloughan is looking at “the whole package” when drafting a player.
Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News determined that the Eagles had the best special teams in 2014.
Denver LB DeMarcus Ware thinks the Bears have gotten a great coach in John Fox.
Lions CB Rashean Mathis hopes to play one more year.
Packers FB John Kuhn wants to stay in Green Bay, but the impending free agent intends to test the market.
Despite being only one win away from securing a Super Bowl title with Seattle, DT Kevin Williams intends to retire as a member of the Vikings.
Panthers QB Derek Anderson apparently doesn’t think #DeflateGate is funny, either.
Players who previously played for Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan remain in his corner.
New Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Mike Bajakian says it wasn’t easy to leave the University of Tennessee.
Falcons QB Matt Ryan wore a wire at Pro Bowl practice.
It now appears that Dick LeBeau won’t be joining the Cardinals.
Rams G.M. Les Snead seemed to be paying extra attention to offensive linemen at the Senior Bowl.
From acting with Tony Soprano to working with Tony Sparano, 49ers defensive coordinator Eric Mangini pulls off the rarest of combinations.
Before being signed by the Seahawks on January 5, DT Landon Cohen was working as a valet parker in South Carolina.