The Jets have hired Ian Lasher, a former ESPN employee, to serve as Senior V.P. of Corporate Sponsorships.
Now that former Bills WR Andre Reed has made it to the Hall of Fame, he sent some of his stuff there for display.
Long-time Dolphins P.R. chief Harvey Greene has become the team’s V.P. of historical affairs; Jason Jenkins becomes the team’s new V.P. of communications.
Could the Ravens make an uncharacteristic splash in free agency?
The Browns have fired player engagement director Aaron Shea, a former tight end with the team. (They’ll fire his successor in a year or so.)
Former Steelers WR Antwaan Randle El is coach, mentor, and athletics director at Virginia Academy, a private school in the D.C. area.
Bengals free-agents could be making a beeline to Minnesota, for a reunion with Mike Zimmer.
The suggestion that the Jaguars would sign QB Mike Vick didn’t make much sense before they re-signed Chad Henne; it makes even less sense now.
Now with the Colts, former Cleveland coach Rob Chudzinski had a major role in recruiting LB D’Qwell Jackson to Indy.
With no contractual trigger forcing the team’s hand before Week One, the Titans will continue to bide their time with RB Chris Johnson, presumably hoping for a trade offer.
Texans LT Duane Brown hosted a pep rally at a local elementary school that raised more than 30,000 pounds of food for local hunger-relief charities.
Vegas doesn’t have a lot of faith in the Chiefs for 2014.
With 17 unrestricted free agents and $66 million in cap space, the Raiders can go in a lot of different directions. (Fans are hoping one of them is “up”.)
Broncos G Zane Beadles wants to stay in Denver, but the impending free agent hasn’t worked out a deal yet.
Soon-to-be-free-agent WR James Jones has interest in the Chargers.
Former Redskins QB Colt Brennan hasn’t been cleared to play for the L.A. Kiss of the Arena Football League, due to a traumatic brain injury suffered in a 2010 car accident.
Coach Tom Coughlin gave a pep talk to a lacrosse team that borrowed the Giants’ practice facility this week.
Eagles G.M. Howie Roseman believes that, with more teams having money to spend than last year but less talent available, the early days of free agency will see more aggressive moves than last year.
The Lions have tendered KR Jeremy Ross, an exclusive-rights free agent (i.e., not a free agent) who became the first member of the franchise to return a kick and a punt for a touchdown in the same game since 1977.
It’s one thing to want to add 5,000 seats to Soldier Field, the Bears’ home stadium; it’s another to figure out where to put them.
A Vikings fan who wore a purple and yellow sombrero to a 2012 game at Lambeau Field was acquitted of battery charges but convicted of disorderly conduct.
The Packers want C Evan Dietrich-Smith back, but time is running out for them to retain the soon-to-be free agent.
At a time when the Panthers are focused on keeping their own, here are 10 free agents who could help improve the team.
Key Saints executives had very nice things to say about WR Lance Moore on the day he was cut loose.
The Buccaneers have re-signed LB Jonathan Casillas, who started four games last season.
The grandmother of Falcons coach Mike Smith recently celebrated her 100th birthday.
The Rams hold a fifth-year option on DE Robert Quinn; given his performance in 2014, he may want to get a new contract before 2016.
Cardinals G.M. Steve Keim says the team’s experience in 2013 proves that “there’s no reason to rush and go out and overspend.”
The Seahawks’ 12th man jersey currently ranks 10th in all jersey sales.