Bills coach Doug Marrone was in no mood for questions after his team’s preseason-opening loss.
The Dolphins’ offensive line has undergone major turnover, but it’s taking shape.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick was a scrub on Ted Marchibroda’s Baltimore Colts staff in 1975.
Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther says the tackling is usually “shoddy” in the preseason opener because teams don’t do much hitting in practice.
The Browns fan accused of urinating on former Browns owner Art Modell’s grave faces up to two years in jail for disorderly conduct in a cemetery.
Texans head trainer Geoff Kaplan is getting credit for insisting that offensive lineman David Quessenberry get medical treatment during OTAs in June, treatment that led to a quick diagnosis of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
The Jaguars are emphasizing the importance of getting more sacks this season.
Said Broncos rookie CB Bradley Roby of facing off with Peyton Manning in practice, “It can be frustrating because you can be in great coverage and he’ll still stick it in there where only the receiver can get it. But it only helps because in the season, those guys aren’t going to put it on there like he does. He’s a Hall of Famer, one of the greats of all time. So going against him, making plays against him is giving me more confidence to go against other guys.”
The Chiefs’ defenders know they have to be ready for a crackdown on illegal contact and defensive holding.
Daniel Snyder says people who want him to change his team’s name are engaged in “chit-chat, cocktail talk” while ignoring more important issues affective Native Americans.
The Lions are looking thin at cornerback.
Said former Packers president Bob Harlan of the team planning to honor Brett Favre next year, “It’s great to have old friends home again.”
Some Minnesotans believe spending taxpayer dollars on the Vikings’ new stadium shows misplaced priorities.
Said Buccaneers QB Mike Glennon, “I feel a lot further advanced than I did last year. Everything makes a lot more sense out here. The game continues to slow down for me, and I think that’s the biggest thing. Last year, I was in the same position as I am now. I’m just going to go out there and continue to compete and help the team in any way I can.”