Don’t be surprised if the Dolphins bullying mess ends up in court.
The Patriots say they don’t have the kinds of locker room problems that were going on in Miami.
The Ravens are seeing some progress from their rookie class.
Said Browns rookie OL Garrett Gilkey of the Richie Incognito–Jonathan Martin situation, “It’s pretty tragic. I don’t care if you’re a 24-year-old NFL lineman, bullying is the same as if you were a 9-year-old girl. It doesn’t matter how old or how big you are, no one should have to go through that.”
A midseason report card for the Texans gives the special teams an F-minus.
Titans coach Mike Munchak was surprised to learn that his post-game handshake with Rams coach Jeff Fisher is being scrutinized by some who think it shows the two men have a problem with each other.
The Broncos think they can overcome any issues raised by the absence of coach John Fox.
The 9-0 Chiefs know a lot of people don’t think they’re really the best team in the league, but they think they’re preparing to prove it on the field in Denver.
Said Raiders coach Dennis Allen of losing to the Eagles, “We didn’t play well. We’ve got to own that. We’re all responsible for it, everybody, coaches and players. . . . It’s one game, it’s one loss. We’re obviously disappointed in the manner it happened, but it’s still one loss.”
A survey in San Diego suggests most fans approve of the job Chargers coach Mike McCoy is doing.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says a Dallas steakhouse once agreed not to over-charge a rookie when teammates tried to stick him with an insanely expensive bill.
Vikings defensive coordinator Alan Williams says getting second-guessed is part of the job.
The Falcons’ mascot had to apologize after an offensive tweet.
Cardinals GM Steve Keim likes to work free agents out frequently, even if the team doesn’t have a need, just to keep tabs on what’s out there.
The Rams’ run defense has been too inconsistent.