Elbert Dubenion, who before Andre Reed came along had the distinction of best receiver in Bills history, is glad to see Reed in the Hall of Fame.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin called Tony Dungy to take issue with comments Dungy made about the state of the Dolphins’ locker room.
Pepper Johnson quit his job as a Patriots assistant because he wanted to escape Bill Belichick’s shadow.
Ex-Jets, Giants and Steelers WR Plaxico Burress lost a lot of money on a Florida mansion.
The 2000 Ravens belong in a discussion with the 2013 Seahawks and 1985 Bears for the title of greatest defense ever.
New Browns offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan has a chance to change perceptions, both of himself and the team, in Cleveland.
Rebuilding the defense is a huge task for the Steelers.
Will S Antoine Bethea leave the Colts in free agency?
The Jaguars are reportedly losing defensive assistant Brandon Blaney to Iowa State.
Former Titans RB Eddie George says he battled depression after retirement.
Says Broncos G Zane Beadles of free agency, “I’ve never been in this situation, so I can’t tell you exactly how one should handle it. I know I’d love to stay in Denver and I love this organization.”
WR Weston Dressler never got a look from the NFL because he’s only 5-foot-7 and 179 pounds, but after a successful career in Canada, Dressler has signed with the Chiefs.
Cowboys DT Nick Hayden made the most of his opportunity last season.
Could the Giants turn things around this year like the Eagles turned things around last year?
In Philadelphia, there’s plenty of optimism that the Eagles are heading in the right direction.
Doug Williams is still in negotiations to take a front office job in Washington.
Former Lion Mike Kostiuk is still going strong at 94.
There’s no more important question facing the Packers than whether Aaron Rodgers can stay healthy for many years to come.
Tulane quarterbacks coach Mike Neu is leaving the Green Wave staff and returning to the Saints’ staff.
That Larry Fitzgerald restructuring is great for this year, but it just creates a bigger salary cap problem in the future.
The 49ers know it won’t be easy keeping up with the Seahawks.
Seahawks TE Zach Miller carries a $7 million cap number for 2014, which could mean he’ll need to restructure or get cut.