The Bills hired Gerald Dixon as a pro scout.
Said Jets WR Eric Decker of developing chemistry with a new quarterback, “It’s important to have that relationship with your quarterback. When you’re on the field, he wants to trust his receivers are going to be in the right spot. As a receiver, you want to trust he’s going to put the right ball on you so you don’t take hits, or he understands when you get in and out of routes. Those things take time.”
A 90-second forecast of the Ravens season.
Looking at the Bengals’ needs at running back.
Linking recent Browns draft decisions with those made by the Seahawks.
Steelers S Will Allen is promoting mentorship programs in Pennsylvania.
Five intriguing matchups on the Texans’ 2014 schedule.
Said Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt, “I know defensively when I’ve sat in meetings, we’ve gone through all the installations we want to go through and we’ve got most of the defense in. That doesn’t mean we can go out and execute or run it.”
Versatility is a trait the Chiefs look for in their offensive linemen.
Is Nevada OL Joel Bitonio a fit for the Chargers?
Five “safe” picks for the Redskins in the second round.
Defensive end may not be a top draft priority for the Bears.
The Packers have three straight divisional matchups from Week Three to Week Five.
Reviewing Vikings G.M. Rick Spielman’s draft history.
Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes that a tough division is no excuse for the Rams in 2014.
Former 49ers QB Joe Montana will say goodbye to Candlestick Park in a flag football game.
Friends and family turned out to join former Seahawks CB Marcus Trufant at his retirement ceremony.