New England Patriots restricted free agent guard Logan Mankins did not sign his one-year tender and demanded to be traded, Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com reports.
Talk of a trade between the Buffalo Bills and Seattle Seahawks involving running back Marshawn Lynch is heating up.
New York Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis removed himself from 11-on-11 drills during the team’s mini-camp on Monday.
Miami Dolphins center/guard Cory Procter’s heavy metal band will continue, despite him not being in Dallas anymore.
Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Jared Gaither is the team’s biggest question mark, writes Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun.
Pittsburgh Steelers third-round wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders agreed to terms on a three-year contract on Monday.
All five of the Cleveland Browns restricted free agents signed their one-year tenders.
The Cincinnati Bengals will begin a three-day mini-camp today.
Several Indianapolis Colts players and cheerleaders will be in Mt. Carmel, Illinois on Wednesday as part of the team’s “Make it Personal Tour 2010″.
Insanely busy day for the Tennessee Titans: Chris Johnson continued his absence, Vince Young apologized and prayed he wouldn’t be suspended, second-year linebacker Gerald McRath was suspended, and cornerback Rod Hood tore an ACL last week, ending his 2010 season.
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Kassim Osgood and sixth-round cornerback Scotty McGee are key parts of the team’s efforts to improve their special teams.
Houston Texans third-round defensive tackle Earl Mitchell has impressed head coach Gary Kubiak with his effort during the OTAs.
The Kansas City Chiefs waived six players on Monday, including running back Kolby Smith and quarterback Matt Gutierrez.
Denver Broncos restricted free agent linebacker Elvis Dumervil signed his one-year tender on Monday.
San Diego Chargers restricted free agents Marcus McNeill and Vincent Jackson did not sign their one-year tenders, and appear poised for lengthy holdouts.
Jerry McDonald of the Contra Costa Times looks at what’s known and unknown about the Oakland Raiders as media access to the team ends until training camp.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill returned to the team’s off-season workouts on Monday.
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald apologized for his weekend arrest on suspicion of DUI.
Arizona Cardinals restricted free agent guard Deuce Lutui signed his one-year tender on Monday.
Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News attempts to predict the Dallas Cowboys’ 53-man roster.
Upwards of 20,000 fans will be in attendance when the New York Giants hold an afternoon practice at the new Meadowlands Stadium today.
Single-game tickets for the Philadelphia Eagles go on sale this morning.
Washington Redskins restricted free agent linebacker Rocky McIntosh signed his one-year tender on Monday.
Carolina Panthers second-round quarterback Jimmy Clausen is in safe mode as he learns the team’s offense, writes Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer.
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution sat down for a Q&A session with Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Brian Van Gorder.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers third-round cornerback Myron Lewis signed a four-year contract on Monday.
New Orleans Saints restricted free agent running back Pierre Thomas signed his one-year tender.
Detroit Lions wide receiver/return specialist Derrick Williams thinks the special teams units will be better in 2010, reports Carlos Monarrez of the Detroit Free Press.
Minnesota Vikings restricted free agent defensive end Ray Edwards signed his one-year tender on Monday.
The Green Bay Packers may use the 110% rule on their unsigned restricted free agents, writes Greg Bedard of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune thinks the Chicago Bears’ depth has improved this off-season.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Cardinals quarterback Derek Anderson (27), Broncos cornerback Nathan Jones (28), Saints undrafted wide receiver Montez Billings (24), 49ers cornerback William James (31), free agent defensive end Ryan Denney (33), linebacker Adam Seward (28), defensive tackle Darwin Walker (33), and former NFL center Mike Flynn (36).