NFL Links: Bucs may book bad trip; A peek at Patriots' draft room

Posted April 11, 2011 @ 4:52 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Friday, April 15, 2011

A Tampa columnist says another trip to London is a bad move for the Buccaneers.

Director of Player Personnel Nick Caserio peels back the curtain to provide some perspective on the Patriots' draft room.

Football should never be the same following Dave Duerson's tragic death, according to a Chicago columnist.

Marcedes Lewis says he'll be training in Los Angeles until he has a new contract.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Kenny Britt's arrest could have an impact on the Titans' draft plans.

Norv Turner says the lockout could keep him from trying out new concepts with his team.

The Bears need to find good value in the first round and beyond in this year's draft, according to a Chicago reporter.

A Milwaukee reporter says a Bears-Packers opener may not attract a big national audience.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

An Arizona reporter says Larry Fitzgerald has come a long way as a leader.

Ray Rice says coaches don't need to worry about whether he'll be in shape when football resumes.

Ray Edwards has shifted his focus from football to boxing.

The Titans have fared well in the late rounds of the draft, says a Tennessee reporter.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Gerald McCoy had a "life-changing" experience during a recent relief mission to Uganda and Rwanda.

Bill Parcells says he's enjoying his freedom away from the Dolphins.

Terry Bradshaw says the effects of the concussions he suffered as a player have been "staggering."

A Charlotte columnist says it's worth it for the Panthers to take a risk on Cam Newton with the top pick.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Brandon Marshall is trying to get his "football speed" back this offseason.

Santonio Holmes isn't sure if he'll be returning to the Jets next season.

Ben Roethlisberger and Bruce Arians would like to go to the air more often.

A Chicago reporter says the Bears' best option in the first round of the draft will probably be trading down.