The Bills have settled a class-action lawsuit brought by fans who said the team inundated them with text messages; the team will give the fans vouchers to buy items at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Said Dolphins coach Joe Philbin of starting offseason work, “It’s kind of like the first day of school. Everybody loves seeing their old buddies and getting re-acclimated to football.”
Said Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater, “There’s a lot to be excited about. There’s some extremely talented players that we’ve added to the roster along with some extremely talented players that we’ve had here for a while. All that is on paper. It really doesn’t mean anything right now. We haven’t even had one practice together. We have a long ways to go.”
Will the Jets consider a tight end in the first two rounds of the draft?
It might make sense for the Ravens to trade down.
Will Cleveland have to choose between street repairs and refurbishing the Browns’ stadium?
Says Cincinnati’s Wallace Gilberry of former teammate Michael Johnson signing with the Bucs, “He’s still our guy, he’s just wearing different colors. When we play Tampa, he’s not our guy. He knows that. That’s no secret. But he’s our guy.”
Expect the Steelers to draft a linebacker or two no matter regardless of whether Jason Worilds gets a contract extension.
Another mock draft says the Texans will take Jadeveon Clowney.
Will the Colts bolster the secondary in the draft?
Should the Jaguars pass on a quarterback this year and look to the 2015 draft?
Don’t expect the Titans to find a replacement for RB Chris Johnson in this year’s draft.
Said new Broncos DE DeMarcus Ware of Peyton Manning, “Peyton’s one of those guys who puts in the effort, not just on the field, but off the field, trying to figure it out. He has a bad taste in his mouth from last season and doesn’t want it to happen again.”
Chiefs DE Mike DeVito is still not over the playoff loss to the Colts.
The Raiders have begun their offseason work.
Chargers LB Donald Butler calls it “a huge disappointment” that he has only played 12 games a year the past couple seasons.
Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar says he’s good to go.
Giants QB Eli Manning says his ankle injury was not basketball-related.
Former Eagles LB Garry Cobb, who now works as a radio analyst and is running for Congress, has made contradictory comments about whether he suffers from memory loss stemming from his football career.
Golfer Notah Begay says Dan Snyder’s support for Native American causes is nothing more than “a gimmick.”
Bears DE Shea McClellin is “a different man” after tough offseason workouts.
One local columnist says the Lions are “scared” to tell Ndamukong Suh he needs to show up to voluntary offseason workouts.
The Packers would like to get more offseason work done, but the NFL limits what they can do.
Will the Vikings pick up Christian Ponder’s fifth-year option?
Here are some pictures of the Falcons’ workouts.
Panthers QB Cam Newton views fellow Auburn Heisman Trophy winner Bo Jackson like a big brother.
Shayne Graham is ready to compete to be the Saints’ kicker.
Bucs CB Johnthan Banks is adjusting to the changes with new coach Lovie Smith’s defense.
The Cardinals may use a high pick on a quarterback.
Will Richard Sherman get more than $12 million a year, which the Patriots and Darrelle Revis have established as the going rate for a top cornerback?
Rams WR Chris Givens says he was cocky as a rookie but is now humbled.
Everyone will watch the schedule announcement to find out when the 49ers’ two games with the Seahawks will take place.