Playing in the college all-star games gave a boost to a pair of Bills rookies.
How tough a job does new Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor have in front of him?
Said Patriots CB Kyle Arrington of covering former teammate Wes Welker, “Wes was a heck of a teacher, I’ll tell you that. It was a baptism by fire, if you may. I’m definitely looking forward to the challenge Sunday.”
Five reasons why the Jets were wise to extend coach Rex Ryan.
Picking a new offensive coordinator is just one of the steps the Ravens need to take to improve on offense.
Said Bengals coach Marvin Lewis of replacing two coordinators, “There’s real work to do. We’ve got new people we’ve got to get them up to speed right away. We’re going to have some new coaches on defense, two other new coaches on defense, and we’ve got new spots on offense and we’re going to have to go to work. This offseason is not going to be like any offseason we’ve had recently. It’ll be way different.”
Trying to fix the Browns offense in one mock draft.
Running down the best moments for the Steelers rookie class.
Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson called Vanderbilt’s interest in offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton a byproduct of the team’s success.
The Jaguars will get a close look at some quarterbacks at the Senior Bowl.
Said Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie of the team’s upcoming cap space, “We’re going to do things that make sense. Just because I have $5 in my pocket, that doesn’t mean I have to spend all of it on junk.”
Frank Reich has had plenty of training for his new job as Chargers offensive coordinator.
Ten players the Cowboys should be watching at the Senior Bowl.
Charting Sean McVay’s rise to Redskins offensive coordinator before the age of 28.
Paul Pasqualoni has been mentioned as a candidate to become the Bears’ linebackers coach.
Lions G.M. Martin Mayhew expects someone to give exec Brian Xanders a promotion.
A look at the Falcons’ salary cap situation.
The Panthers’ running back corps isn’t expected to change.
Ken Whisenhunt bucked the odds to land a second head coaching job after leaving the Cardinals.
The Rams defensive line is donating $57,900 to Sack Homelessness after each player pledged $100 for each defensive sack this season.