An Atlanta columnist says the Falcons should do "everything possible" to land the best receiver in this year's draft; Charlie Batch is in danger of losing his two Super Bowl rings.
Adding to the uncertainty due to the current lockout are the undeniably shaky QB situations facing one-third of the league's teams, including the 49ers and holdover starter Alex Smith.
In front of a small crowd that did not include NFL personnel because of a rules issue, Georgia junior WR A.J. Green showed the skill set that has made him a first-round lock at his pro day.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was absent from the Wednesday morning "Coaches Breakfast" at the owners meetings in New Orleans.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke Tuesday to conclude the owners' meetings in New Orleans. Here are three things Eric Edholm took from his press conference.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell held a press conference Tuesday to conclude the owners meetings in New Orleans and continued to push the league's view that the quickest way to a new Collective Bargaining Agreement is through negotiation, not litigation.
Lions QB Matthew Stafford is rehabbing his surgically repaired shoulder, and his head coach, Jim Schwartz, is confident that Stafford is done with the injury bug.
Vikings owner Zygi Wilf told reporters at the owners meeting in New Orleans that he is still optimistic about bringing a new stadium to Minnesota.
The NFL owners voted 30-2 on Tuesday to have all scoring plays reviewable by the booth replay official.
Ex-Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert has all the tools to be great, even if he's not a finished product. PFW's Eric Edholm profiles the hot prospect.
Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara talked to Pro Football Weekly's Kevin Fishbain as part of his weekly diary leading up to the NFL draft. In his latest entry, Prince talked about being in the audience of American Idol and visiting the Lions.
Hall of Fame OLB Lawrence Taylor will become a registered sex offender today after a ruling in a New York courthouse.
Kickoffs move up five yards to the 35-yard line, while touchbacks remain at the 20-yard line, after vote by NFL owners.
NFL owners have yet to break their league's players union, but they have succeeded in one thing: They succeeded in breaking whatever trust existed between the two sides.
NFL players are locked out of their team facilities due to the ongoing labor negotiations, but that hasn't stopped some players from meeting up with teammates and getting work done.