Newly signed Buffalo Bills linebacker Reggie Torbor was playing outside linebacker during Tuesday’s practice, Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News reports.
New England Patriots fourth-round tight end Aaron Hernandez signed a four-year contract on Tuesday.
New York Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis returned to the OTAs amidst reports that the team’s latest long-term contract offer contained no guaranteed money, Manish Mehta of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams likes the bold predictions by ownership, ESPN’s Tim Graham reports.
Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Haloti Ngata says he’s ahead of schedule in his recovery from a torn pectoral muscle.
Today, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation will release 50 DVDs on interviews conducted during their investigation of sexual assault charges against Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Former Cleveland Browns scout Steve Sabo has been hired to be an area scout by the Atlanta Falcons.
Autopsy results found no alcohol in Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry’s system at the time of his death.
Indianapolis Colts president Bill Polian suggests the labor uncertainty makes it difficult to sign Peyton Manning to a contract extension, Michael Marot of the Associated Press reports.
A former Nashville police officer believes the police should reopen the investigation into the death of former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair.
To improve his speed, Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Derrick Harvey has dropped 15 pounds this off-season.
Houston Texans wide receiver David Anderson is prepared to play any role in the team’s passing game, writes Jordan Godwin of the Houston Chronicle.
Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Tamba Hali is being counted on to improve when dropping into coverage, writes Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star.
The Denver Broncos offensive is a big question mark.
San Diego Chargers safety Kevin Ellison was silent as he returned to the OTAs on Tuesday, Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Rookie free agent wide receiver Damola Adeniji signed with the Oakland Raiders.
Seattle Seahawks second-round wide receiver Golden Tate was caught trespassing in a local donut shop early Saturday morning.
Voters in Santa Clara approved Measure J, which would contribute $114 million dollars towards construction of a $937 million dollar stadium for the San Francisco 49ers.
Arizona Cardinals restricted free agent guard Deuce Lutui will sign his one-year tender prior to June 15, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.
St. Louis Rams undrafted wide receivers Brandon McRae and Dominique Curry have played their way into the mix in the battle for roster spots, Bill Coats of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Patrick Crayton made the right decision when he swallowed his pride, opines Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News.
The New York Giants announced their training camp schedule on Tuesday.
Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel is going to be Asante Samuel.
Washington Redskins center Casey Rabach is now the leader on the line, writes Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post.
Carolina Panthers restricted free agents Thomas Davis and Richard Marshall signed their one-year tenders on Tuesday.
Atlanta Falcons third-round defensive tackle Corey Peters signed a four-year contract on Tuesday.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle Jeremy Trueblood plans to be more disciplined this season.
The New Orleans Saints visited Plaquemines Parish to help lift spirits after the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
To accommodate non-drinking tailgaters, the Chicago Bears have set aside 100 “Family Friendly” parking spaces at Soldier Field.
Detroit Lions tight end Tony Scheffler is enjoying playing in his hometown, writes John Niyo of the Detroit News.
Minnesota Vikings restricted free agent defensive end Ray Edwards will skip this weekend’s mini-camp, but will sign his one-year tender before June 15.
During a radio interview on Monday, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers ripped and praised several broadcasters on the ESPN network.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Cardinals second-round linebacker Daryl Washington (22), Falcons linebacker Curtis Lofton (24), Ravens cornerback Fabian Washington (27), Bears center Olin Kreutz (33), Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs (27), Colts undrafted rookie offensive tackle Jeff Linkenbach (23), Jaguars third-round defensive tackle D’Anthony Smith (22), Chiefs undrafted offensive tackle Tyler Eastman (23) and quarterback Matt Gutierrez (26), Steelers center Doug Legursky (24), Seahawks defensive end Ricky Foley (28), Buccaneers undrafted rookie defensive end Brandon Gilbeaux (23), free agents offensive tackle George Foster (30), defensive tackle Alvin McKinley (32), and former NFL linebacker Tedy Bruschi (37).