New England Patriots seventh-round picks Kade Weston and Zac Robinson signed four-year contracts on Monday.
Buffalo Bills cornerback Drayton Florence is excited to play more man-to-man coverage this season.
New York Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis remains noncommittal towards reporting for training camp.
The Miami Dolphins are the 23rd most valuable franchise in professional sports.
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed discussed his hip, contract, and future at his football camp on Wednesday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers signed offensive lineman Adrian Jones and placed Willie Colon on IR.
Cleveland Browns nose tackle Shaun Rogers helped apprehend a drunk driver.
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer previews the Cincinnati Bengals offensive line.
Indianapolis Colts seventh-round cornerback Ray Fisher has agreed to terms on a four-year contract.
Tennessee Titans fifth-round safety Robert Johnson announced that he had agreed to terms on his rookie contract on Wednesday.
Jacksonville Jaguars sixth-round cornerback Scotty McGee signed a four-year, $1.871 million dollar contract.
Kansas City Chiefs president Denny Thum has worked hard to bring training camp back to Missouri.
Denver Broncos Hall of Fame running back Floyd Little still has dreams that he’s playing.
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is now the face of the franchise.
Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group doesn’t expect the Oakland Raiders to sign wide receiver Terrell Owens.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill had a court date on Wednesday.
Kevin Lynch of the San Francisco Chronicle previews the San Francisco 49ers secondary.
Arizona Cardinals linebacker Gerald Hayes underwent back surgery and will miss the start of training camp.
Dallas Cowboys sixth-round cornerback Jamar Wall agreed to terms on a four-year contract on Wednesday.
Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post recaps the learning process of Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder.
The Philadelphia Inquirer’s look at the “The Deciders” in the Philadelphia Eagles organization continues with team president Joe Banner.
New York Giants linebacker Clint Sintim wants to be an impact player.
Tom Kowalski of MLive.com calls the Detroit Lions’ signing of cornerback Jonathan Wade a “win-win” situation.
Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl running back Adrian Peterson is expected to improve his pass-protection and decrease his fumbles in 2010.
The Green Bay Packers are the 22nd most valuable franchise in professional sports.
Chicago Bears supplemental draft choice Harvey Unga signed a four-year deal on Wednesday.
If the New Orleans Saints defense repeats its 2010 performance, coordinator Gregg Williams will be coaching his own team in 2011, writes Jeff Duncan of The Times-Picayune.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers second-round defensive tackle Brian Price’s four-year deal is worth $5.32 million dollars.
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution breaks down the Atlanta Falcons cornerbacks.
Matt Moore’s viability as the long-term answer at quarterback is the top question entering Carolina Panthers training camp, writes Steve Reed of the Gaston Gazette.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Bills offensive tackle Nick Hennessey (24) and wide receiver Steve Johnson (24), Panthers seventh-round cornerback Robert McClain (22), Cowboys second-round linebacker Sean Lee (24), Steelers undrafted rookie offensive tackle Kyle Jolly (23), Rams running back Steven Jackson (27), free agent defensive end Dan Bazuin (27), linebacker Donte Curry (32), wide receivers Jayson Foster (25) and Matt Trannon (27), running back Maurice Hicks (32), and defensive tackle Josh Leonard (23).