Here’s a look at the itineraries for various Dolphins players during their last few weeks of down time.
Bills DE Jerry Hughes is thriving under new defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz.
Here’s a good last word on the Jets’ playbook controversy. (But we continue to disagree with the notion that having an opponent’s playbook means “absolutely nothing,” since the man at the middle of the controversy told us it at least means something.)
Tyler, Texas has declared itself to be Browns territory.
Get to know Steelers DE Nick Williams.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano wants his players to focus “on the hunt” during their down time; “It’s vacation, but it isn’t vacation,” Pagano said.
Here’s a look at things to like about the Titans.
The Chargers’ top three draft picks will throw out the first pitch on Saturday for the Padres.
The Broncos’ P.R. staff recently won the PFWA’s annual Pete Rozelle Award, and they definitely deserve it. (That seems a little sarcastic and/or loaded, but it’s not. Patrick Smyth and company are great at what they do.)
Raiders FB Marcell Reece will be conducting his annual football camp at Hesperia High School on June 28.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly is very impressed with CB Nolan Carroll, who was signed as a free agent after spending time with Miami.
The Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin has asked FedEx to reconsider its relationship with Washington.
The Packers have gradually dropped from 27 open practices during coach Mike McCarthy’s first season in 2006 to 17 open practices in 2014. (It’s a good thing that the fans don’t own the team . . . . Oh.)
Former Bears LB Brian Urlacher is becoming a pretty good golfer.
An auction of items from the Lions old stadium generated $417,000 more than the new owners paid for the building.
So what does Panthers G.M. Dave Gettleman think while watching first-round WR Kelvin Benjamin make highlight-reel catches in minicamp? “What goes through your mind are all the possibilities,” Gettleman said. (Benjamin running down the field wide open and QB Cam Newton unable to notice because he’s running for his life behind a subpar offensive line?)
On August 1, the Falcons will hold a “Friday Night Lights” practice at Archer High School in Lawrenceville.
An entity tied to the Cardinals has contributed $50,000 to a conservative super PAC.