Quarterback Mike Teel, waived by the Seattle Seahawks this week, was claimed by the New England Patriots on Friday.
New York Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas is willing to give up his #99 to Jason Taylor for the right price, reports Manish Mehta of the Newark Star-Ledger.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald looks at the Miami Dolphins offensive line in advance of their mini-camp.
240-pound Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is not going to bulk up this off-season.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison is working on new pass rushing moves.
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar discussed his concussions with Cleveland/Akron television station WKYC, giving his advice to parents and young athletes.
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer examines the defensive side of the Cincinnati Bengals roster.
At 26 and with 35 starts in his five-year career, Kelvin Hayden is the old man of the Indianapolis Colts’ cornerback group.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Chris Simms is tired of moving and hopes to stick with the franchise.
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Rashean Mathis best bet to get a new contract will come by showing that he’s still a top flight corner, writes Gene Frenette of The Times-Union.
Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson has hired an agent.
Kansas City Chiefs running backs Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones are willing to share the load in the backfield.
Denver Broncos seventh-round cornerback Syd’Quan Thompson signed a four-year contract on Friday.
Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune thinks it’s too soon to call San Diego Chargers 2007 first-round wide receiver Buster Davis a bust.
Arizona Cardinals general manager Rod Graves disputed rumors that his team was interested in signing free agent quarterback Marc Bulger.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary is stressing ball security with the punt return candidates.
Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch thinks St. Louis Rams first-round quarterback Sam Bradford should play right away.
Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers made his presence known during Friday’s mini-camp, writes Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune.
The Green Bay Packers want fan input regarding Lambeau Field expansion.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre has ankle surgery on Friday.
Detroit Lions guard Rob Sims is expected to start at left guard, reports Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News.
Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Jason Garrett sees the progress in 2009 fourth-round quarterback Stephen McGee has made in the last year.
New York Giants tight end Kevin Boss will undergo ankle surgery next week, reports Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger.
Philadelphia Eagles second-year linebacker Moise Fokou plans to be more physical this season.
The Washington Redskins offensive linemen are buying in to head coach Mike Shanahan’s zone-blocking system.
Former Georgia Dome general manager Khalil Johnson’s response to the news that the Atlanta Falcons want an open-air downtown stadium: Build it yourself.
Getting running back Derrick Ward more involved in the offense could lead to more wins for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, writes Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times.
Yesterday’s StarCaps ruling in Minnesota means New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith will likely be available for the entire 2010 season, writes James Varney of the Times-Picayune.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Falcons sixth-round safety Shann Schillinger (24), Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski (25), Browns tight end Alex Smith (28), Packers quarterback Graham Harrell (25), Patriots rookie safety Sergio Brown (22) and wide receivers Julian Edelman (24) and Buddy Farnham (23), Eagles center A.Q. Shipley (24), and free agents cornerback Dre Bly (33), fullback Jason McKie (30), linebacker Chaun Thompson (30).