Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s resume needs a championship.
New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell gets to open his bag of tricks, writes Mike Garafolo of The Star-Ledger.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb is already on the hot seat, writes Bill Lyon of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Sally Jenkins of the Washington Post profiles Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan.
Carolina Panthers linebacker Jon Beason remains the heart & soul of the defense.
Atlanta Falcons center Todd McClure will make his 129th consecutive start on Sunday.
By staying away, Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans are showing that they haven’t yet bought in to what Mark Dominik and Raheem Morris are building, writes Joe Henderson of the Tampa Tribune.
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton’s jersey was retired by Eastern Illinois University on Saturday.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford’s teammates believe he has the “it” factor, writes Tom Kowalski of MLive.com.
A loss to the Lions could send the Chicago Bears’ season into a tailspin, writes David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune.
The Minnesota Vikings are adjusting to a shortage of cornerbacks.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers wasn’t always a fan favorite, writes Lori Nickel of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke is impressed with Sam Bradford and hopes to see progress from the 2010 team.
Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider says there are no walls between the team’s personnel and coaching departments.
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis signed a five-year, $37 million contract extension.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt has to remind himself to keep it simple when calling plays.
The San Diego Chargers have fourteen, home-grown undrafted free agents on their 53-man roster.
Oakland Raiders rookies Jared Veldheer and Rolando McClain will be in the middle of the action today.
Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton is more comfortable in the team’s offense, writes Mike Klis of the Denver Post.
Kansas City Chiefs second-round wide receiver Dexter McCluster is “doubtful” for Monday night’s game against the Chargers.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and wide receiver Reggie Wayne appear to have a telepathic relationship, writes Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star.
Tennessee Titans first-round defensive end Derrick Morgan is expected to get to opposing quarterbacks.
For the Houston Texans to improve to 2-15 all-time vs. Indianapolis, they’ll need to finish games better than they have in recent seasons.
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver John Matthews was signed off the practice squad on Saturday.
Miami Dolphins running back Ronnie Brown’s return to health brings the “Wildcat” component back to the offense.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez hopes to avoid a sophomore slump.
The New England Patriots’ young secondary is the biggest question heading into today’s match-up with the Bengals, writes Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald.
Stopping the Dolphins running backs is one of the keys to a Buffalo Bills’ win, writes Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News.
The Baltimore Ravens appear to be headed into an offensive era.
Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes that the Pittsburgh Steelers are paying the price for Ben Roethlisberger’s transgressions, and that the saga is nowhere near over.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme is a major reason for the optimism surrounding the team entering the 2010 season.
A win over New England could help the Cincinnati Bengals’ shed their Rodney Dangerfield image, writes Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Falcons defensive end Kroy Biermann (25), Browns practice squad defensive end Brian Sanford (23), Colts defensive tackle Daniel Muir (27), Patriots center Dan Koppen (31), free agent cornerbacks Ray Fisher (23), Travis Fisher (31), and Bo Smith (27), wide receivers Skyler Green (26) and Ryan Grice-Mullen (24), and fullback Chase Moline (24).