Knee surgery makes difference for Driver; Schobel ready to retire

Posted June 07, 2010 @ 12:10 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Friday, June 11, 2010

Donald Driver says offseason knee surgery may extend his career by five years.

Aaron Schobel doesn't plan to play this season.

One reporter discusses Patrick Willis' leadership skills with Rod Woodson.

An Oakland reporter analyzes the Raiders' signing of John Henderson.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

The Broncos aren't caving to Elvis Dumervil in their ongoing contract dispute.

Isaac Bruce's retirement speech impressed current Rams players and coaches.

Muhsin Muhammad decides to hang up the cleats.

Steelers PK Jeff Reed puts his chances of re-signing at 50 percent.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Darrelle Revis' return to OTAs doesn't mean everything is OK between he and the Jets, according to one New York reporter.

The Saints lifted the spirits of those devastated by the BP oil spill Tuesday.

Adrian Peterson might not show up for the Vikings' next minicamp.

Jaguars DE Derrick Harvey is dropping weight in an effort to gain more quickness.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

A Pittsburgh columnist says he believes the Steelers are not completely sold on Mike Tomlin.

DeSean Jackson's absence from the Eagles' OTAs has yet to be explained.

The Chargers are entering a "potentially toxic stage" with two players that have yet to sign their restricted free-agent tenders.

Patrick Crayton is employing a smart strategy, according to one Dallas columnist.

Monday, June 7, 2010

We've already seen the best Chris Johnson has to offer, according to one Nashville writer.

Sam Bradford is making progress at offseason practices.

Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson are getting closer to being on the same page.

An Indianapolis reporter wonders if Peyton Manning can get any better.