Here’s a look at the Bills’ effort to get to 53.
Could the press conferences delivered this year by Jets coach Rex Ryan determine whether he gets a TV job next season?
The Browns plan to hit the waiver wire hard.
Steelers OT Mike Adams, who was suspended five games at Ohio State in that memorable tats-for-gear scandal, isn’t pleased that Johnny Manziel received only a 30-minute suspension.
The Bengals have ponied up $200,000 for the construction of a new football field at a local school.
The Texans’ home field will be invaded by Oklahoma State and Mississippi State on Saturday.
The Colts opted for evaluations over terminations on Friday.
Yes, the Raiders apparently will be starting at left tackle a guy who has never played left tackle.
It’ll be white helmet, white shirts, and white pants when the Chargers welcome the Texans to town on the opening Monday night of the season. (The home team should have the white flags ready, too.)
A judge has denied a request to exclude the 0.18 percent BAC reading generated by former Cowboys DT Josh Brent from his intoxication manslaughter case.
The Packers may be better on defense than they were in recent years. (Which really isn’t saying much.)
Bears WE Joe Anderson wants to be great, not good.
The Buccaneers invited 30 fans who made the trek to DT Warren Sapp’s Hall of Fame enshrinement to the owners suite for the preseason finale.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher shrugs at mistakes made by his team during the preseason.
As meaningless games go, the Seahawks were dominant.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians had some advice for players who haven’t been cut through Friday: “Don’t go buy a car yet.”