The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle is bullish about the chances of keeping the Bills in Buffalo.
Said Dolphins G.M. Dennis Hickey of his draft philosophy, “The important part to us … is evaluating the player and assigning the value of the player. Then you work towards the best player available.”
Players on the Patriots joined other Boston athletes to commemorate the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
With three 30-year-old starters, don’t be surprised if the Jets draft an offensive lineman.
Former Ravens LB Ray Lewis sold his oceanfront mansion in Florida for $4.77 million, $500,000 less than he paid for it in 2004.
It’s been a year since the feds raided the headquarters of Pilot Flying J, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam’s family business, and no one knows where the investigation will end.
The Steelers drafted nine players in 2009, and none of them are still in Pittsburgh.
A receiver or safety would make sense for the Chiefs in the first round.
The Raiders are showing interest in former Oregon S Terrance Mitchell.
The Chargers are working out local prospects today.
Does Cowboys coach Jason Garrett concentrate on the wrong things?
Eagles coach Chip Kelly is accused by one writer of letting his ego get in the way of making the right personnel decisions.
Washington would like to draft a tall receiver, but that’s not the team’s top priority.
Although he’s struggled elsewhere, Matt Flynn always seems to fit in Green Bay.
New Vikings strength coach Evan Marcus has the players working more with free weights and less with machines.
The Saints are looking at bolstering the secondary in the draft.
After just missing the playoffs last year, expectations are high in Arizona for the upcoming Cardinals season.
The Rams have honored a local middle school for its students’ commitment to physical activity.
The Seahawks are showing a lot of interest in wide receivers during the pre-draft process.