Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News analyzes the Dallas Cowboys’ offensive line.
New York Giants offensive tackle David Diehl has a bad taste in his mouth heading into this season.
If Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick lied to police, he must be cut, writes Phil Sheridan of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Paul Tenorio of the Washington Post looks at the pros and cons of the Washington Redskins acquiring Vincent Jackson.
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White may have more explaining to do to Virginia Beach detectives about the timeline of events before a shooting.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are limiting public access to training camp.
New Orleans Saints safeties Darren Sharper and Roman Harper will host a football camp right before training camp begins.
The Chicago Bears are not pursuing Vincent Jackson, reports Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune.
Detroit Lions third-round cornerback Amari Spievey agreed to a three-year contract on Wednesday.
Minnesota Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe isn’t discussing his contract situation.
Sauk County (WI) District Attorney has yet to announce if charges will be filed against Green Bay Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood.
St. Louis Rams first-round quarterback Sam Bradford expects to be signed by training camp, reports Steve Wyche for NFL.com.
Arizona Cardinals guard Deuce Lutui will become a U.S. citizen on Friday.
The San Francisco 49ers are the darlings of the the NFC Westpre-season preview mags.
After ending its partnership with Jones Soda, the Seattle Seahawks entered a five-year agreement with Coca-Cola.
When interviewing with the Oakland Raiders, Saints head coach Sean Payton dined on fast food.
The DEA probe into the San Diego Chargers doctors has nothing to do with Kevin Ellison, his attorney said.
Tight end Owen Daniels thinks the Houston Texans are “absolutely” a playoff team during a chat at NFL.com.
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew’s fantasy football radio show on Friday nights will be a live event.
Tennessee Titans fourth-round cornerback Alterraun Verner knows that in the NFL, it’s on you if you mess up.
In ESPN’s franchise standings, the Indianapolis Colts ranked 4th among the 122 franchises.
Are Cincinnati-area police targeting members of the Cincinnati Bengals?
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs will be signing autographs at the Cedar Point Amusement Park on July 4.
Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Willie Colon faces a 9-to-12 month rehab from his Achilles’ tendon surgery.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs discussed his absence from the OTAs.
Hall of Fame Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly hosted a football camp at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Wednesday.
New England Patriots running back Fred Taylor is shocked to be entering his 13th season in the NFL.
New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson predicts a Super Bowl win within the next two seasons.
Miami Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell will be a guest speaker at the Dennis and Derrick Johnson Football Clinic at the University of Kentucky.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Falcons offensive tackle Garrett Reynolds (23), Panthers undrafted guard Noah Franklin (24), Bears third-round safety Major Wright (22), Broncos undrafted linebacker Kevin Alexander (23), Packers undrafted defensive end John Russell (23), Texans undrafted offensive tackle Cole Pemberton (23), defensive tackle Deljuan Robinson (26) and guard Kasey Studdard (26), Colts offensive tackle Ryan Diem (31), Eagles seventh-round safety Kurt Coleman (22), free agent defensive tackle Matthias Askew (28), tight end Brad Cieslak (28), safety Chad Nkang (25), and running back Adrian Peterson (31).