Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has purchased the W hotel in Ft. Lauderdale. (The L’s will continue to be free.)
The Patriots have sued Bacardi for breach of a contract to build a 20,000-square-foot “Casa Bacardi” pavilion at Gillette Stadium.
A few Bills players arrived at training camp in style.
NT LaKendrick Ross, not selected in the supplemental draft, reportedly will work out for the Bengals on Monday.
The Jaguars are looking for consistency from their new-look offensive line.
Here’s a fan’s guide to Texans training camp.
Here’s a look at the Chargers’ defensive backs entering camp.
Raiders WR Rod Streater wants to be QB Matt Schaub’s Andre Johnson in Oakland. (Streater may have a better chance of doing that if he gets traded to another AFC West team and moves to defensive back.)
Chiefs rookies, quarterbacks, and injured players report for training camp on Sunday.
The list of those who want the Washington name to change includes the granddaughter of George Preston Marshall, the man who applied the term to the team.
A rough upbringing has helped make Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence tougher than usual.
CSN Philly looks at whether the Eagles did enough in free agency.
Cutting-edge 4-D computer modeling will be used to coordinate construction activities at the Vikings’ new stadium.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy took a right in a World War II-era B-17 bomber; “[L]et’s go bomb Chicago,” McCarthy said.
The Lions’ new offense will have plenty of moving parts.
Here’s a look at the Falcons’ linebackers.
On Friday night, Panthers coach Ron Rivera explained the importance of education to a group of college-bound scholarship winners.
The 49ers new stadium lets fans download an app that allows fans to watch replays immediately.
Here’s a look at some questions facing the Cardinals as training camp approaches.