Former University of Miami coach Howard Schnellenberger offered some memories of making Jim Kelly his starter.
The Jets were recognized for their support of Pop Warner football.
The Ravens haven’t had a great offseason.
What’s the buzz around the Bengals this offseason? Marvin Lewis says it doesn’t matter: “You get no points for buzz. The buzz has nothing to do with winning football games in the fall.”
Said Browns coach Mike Pettine of CB Aaron Berry, “He’s a great competitor. That’s one of the reasons he’s here. I was fortunate to be around him in New York, and when he’s healthy I think he can be a guy that really fits our style of play. He’s very confident. He’ll get up, he’ll get in your face, he’ll cover you and he’ll tell you about it.”
Said Steelers CB Ike Taylor of taking a pay cut, “You have to decide if you’re going to put your pride aside when that time comes, and that time came. Millions is millions no matter how you look at it, and that’s how I look at it.”
A favorable schedule gives the Colts a chance to be Super Bowl contenders.
The Jaguars’ second-round rookie receivers are dealing with injuries.
Former Chargers LB Shawne Merriman is in negotiations with the WWE.
Said Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, “I’m not going to be married to anything. What we’re going to try to be married to is what’s best for our guys that week and that game. That’s what we’re going to try to do.”
Said Vikings RB Adrian Peterson of the painkiller lawsuit brought by former players, “It’s a very unfortunate situation. Anything I’ve taken to subside pain I knew what it was, and it was not ever forced on me. The side effects? I don’t know if that was ever explained to them back then.”
A group representing minority contractors wants Atlanta and the Falcons to be transparent in the awarding of construction contracts for the team’s new $1.2 billion stadium.
Buccaneers offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford says there are no major secrets with his offense.
The Seahawks’ linebackers may be ready for a breakthrough year.