Jets CB Darrelle Revis and Cavs G J.R. Smith did battle via Twitter.
Bills G Richie Incognito doesn’t believe the firing of offensive coordinator Greg Roman was a “panic move.”
The plans for Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi and WR DeVante Parker have yet to come to fruition.
The Patriots should be able to replace LB Dont’a Hightower, if he doesn’t play on Sunday due to injury.
The Ravens hope to have better luck this year against Cleveland TE Gary Barnidge.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis shrugged at the news that the officials will have “heightened awareness” for Sunday’s game at Pittsburgh; “They talk to the referees every week, so it was no big deal. I don’t know how somebody made a story out of something that wasn’t a story. It’s part of their preparation each and every week. It doesn’t change.”
Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton sees big things for rookie DE Carl Nassib; “We are going to start showcasing him,” Horton said. “He will probably start commanding double teams.”
The Steelers plan to use different people and schemes in an effort to disrupt Cincinnati WR A.J. Green.
With Texans LB Brian Cushing out, LB Bernardrick McKinney becomes the guy with the green dot on his helmet.
Despite the loss, Colts QB Andrew Luck made plenty of good decisions on Sunday.
Jaguars WR Marqise Lee knows that health will lead to big plays in the offense.
Titans coach Mike Mularkey wants to see more quarterback sacks. (Of the other quarterback, not his.)
The Broncos will take as much time as possible to make a decision about WR Demaryius Thomas (hip).
It took Chiefs S Eric Berry a few days to get past the soreness of playing, after months without contact.
A trio of special-teamers helped the Raiders preserve their one-point win.
The mother of Chargers RB Melvin Gordon will finally be wearing his jersey during games.
Cowboys owner/G.M. Jerry Jones thinks it’s important to get WR Dez Bryant involved early.
Giants DT Damon Harrison wants the crowd to be loud enough to force New Orleans to waste timeouts.
Eagles WR Bryce Treggs is ready to make his NFL debut on Monday night.
WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder gave Washington a motivational talk on Friday.
Bears WR Eddie Royal will be taking full advantage of the extra attention given to Alshon Jeffery.
Lions DE Ziggy Ansah is drawing more double teams.
Will concussions shorten the career of Packers CB Sam Shields?
The Vikings are hoping it will be extra loud in their new home on Sunday night, when Green Bay comes to town.
The Falcons will be bracing for an onslaught from Oakland DE Khalil Mack.
The Panthers have renamed their press box for long-time director of communications Charlie Dayton.
Saints TE Coby Fleener is feeling more confident in the offense, after making only one catch in his debut with the team.
The Buccaneers are hoping to become the first team since the 2013 Dolphins to start the year with back-to-back road wins. (Miami finished 6-8.)
Cardinals RB Chris Johnson had offseason interest from Miami and New England.
Rams Hall of Famer Orlando Pace played his entire career in St. Louis; he’ll get his Ring of Excellence in L.A.
49ers DL DeForest Buckner picked up tips for rushing Cam Newton while watching Super Bowl 50.
How will Seahawks coach Pete Carroll be received in his return to the L.A. Coliseum?