The Bills beefed up their offseason roster with the signings of RB Anthony Allen, LB Kourtnei Brown and OL Randy Colling.
Dolphins WR Mike Wallace will count $17.25 million against the team’s salary cap in 2014.
Says Gisele Bundchen of her husband, Patriots QB Tom Brady, “He’s very loving and it’s a wonderful thing. In our house we are very affectionate. I think it’s very important for the boys to know that it’s OK to hug and to kiss and you’re not less than a man.”
The Ravens would have liked to interview Ben McAdoo to take Jim Caldwell’s place as offensive coordinator, but just hours after Caldwell left to become head coach of the Lions, McAdoo accepted a job as offensive coordinator of the Giants.
Bengals QB Andy Dalton has stunk in his first three playoff games, much like Peyton Manning and Matt Ryan in their first three playoff games. (Both Manning and Ryan were good in their fourth playoff games, which may be good news for the Bengals.)
The Steelers’ 2008 draft looks awful in hindsight.
Among the first orders of business for new Texans coach Bill O’Brien was a meeting with President George H.W. Bush.
The Colts don’t have a first-round draft pick this year, but they do have $30 million in cap space.
Said Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno of his game-clinching first down, “I’ve got to get it. We’ve got to get that first down. And that is basically what my mind-set was. . . . I think everyone just dug deep, went out there and did what we had to do to come out with a big victory.”
Local TV ratings for Chiefs games in Kansas City jumped 41 percent from 2012 to 2013.
Raiders defensive coordinator Jason Tarver has a masters degree in biochemistry from UCLA.
Can the Chargers get better next season? One San Diego columnist sounds a pessimistic note.
Two former Cowboys teammates of Josh Brent briefly appeared in court on Tuesday; they are expected to return to testify in his intoxication manslaughter trial.
Said new Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo, “We need to get moving quickly. It’s a great staff. I look forward to coming in and starting with a clean slate.”
Here’s a look at which Eagles will stay and which will go this offseason.
Washington offensive coordinator Sean McVay’s history with Jay Gruden includes time on the UFL’s Florida Tuskers.
The chairman of the Fritz Pollard Alliance says the Lions hiring Jim Caldwell was reminiscent of Barack Obama being elected president.
The Packers have already lost quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo and may lose linebackers coach and assistant head coach Winston Moss as well, as new Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt would like to hire Moss in Tennessee.
Asked if he got any consideration to be the next head coach of the Vikings, Mike Singletary answered, “Not that I know of at this point. I look at it this way: If they would ask me to interview, obviously, I would like to interview. . . . After the season, they just started interviewing, and I guess they have to go through the process.”
Falcons CB Desmond Trufant is licking his chops when he looks at the list of receivers he’ll face next season, which includes Calvin Johnson, A.J. Green, Josh Gordon, Antonio Brown, Larry Fitzgerald, Vincent Jackson, Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery.
Said Panthers coach Ron Rivera, “We’re not satisfied. And it’s a huge mistake if we think we’re going to show up and be 12-4 again. Believe me, it’s up to me to make sure we go forward, get better and continue to grow.”
Here’s a Seattle columnist going back and forth on whether the Seahawks will beat the 49ers.