NFL Links: Smith not sweating hot seat; Redskins gather for minicamp

Posted April 19, 2011 @ 2:43 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Thursday, April 21, 2011

A.J. Smith says he has ways to deal with being on the hot seat.

Thirty Redskins players met for a minicamp this week.

Doctors told Chad Pennington he could be playing football again in four months.

Jordan Palmer is taking the lead in getting some Bengals players together for practice.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Playing on Monday night means the Lions are relevant again, says a Detroit columnist.

A Seattle reporter checks in with Matt Hasselbeck on his uncertain future.

The Texans' schedule bodes well for the team's playoff chances, says a Houston columnist.

A Jacksonville writer says drafting a quarterback wouldn't be the Jaguars' best move.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

The Broncos may have a hard time passing up Von Miller in next week's draft.

Donovan McNabb is still being linked to the Vikings in trade rumors.

A St. Louis reporter says it might be time for the Rams to find Steven Jackson's eventual replacement.

Bill Belichick says the Patriots' draft picks are intriguing some other teams.

Monday, April 18, 2011

A Fort Worth reporter was on the scene as Cowboys players and coaches came together for a charity event.

The Eagles are determined to trade Kevin Kolb, but they won't get a chance to until after the draft, says a Philadelphia reporter.

The 49ers should not continue their relationship with Alex Smith, according to a Santa Rosa columnist.

A Jacksonville reporter says Jaguars fans shouldn't worry about their team leaving for Los Angeles just yet.