NFL Links: Putting Taylor's career in context

Posted Dec. 26, 2011 @ 4:41 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011

As Dolphins OLB Jason Taylor's career nears its conclusion, a Miami reporter puts it in context.

Bills WR Stevie Johnson says he expects to be playing for the Bills next season.

Ray Lewis says the Ravens "don't care" how many fans show up at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday.

Pro Bowl voters may give Lions QB Matthew Stafford a little extra motivation heading into the playoffs.

Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2011

If Andy Reid is staying with the Eagles, he faces a tough decision on defensive coordinator Juan Castillo, says a Philadelphia columnist.

An Arizona reporter says the Cardinals will not be parting ways with Kevin Kolb after the season.

A San Diego columnist says Chargers GM A.J. Smith's "anticipated fall evokes little empathy."

The Buccaneers' defense is on the verge of setting some dubious records.

Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011

A San Francisco reporter explains why the 49ers decided to part ways with Braylon Edwards.

The Falcons have to hope their performance Monday night was an aberration, says an Atlanta columnist.

Rex Ryan responded to rumors that the Jets are looking to replace Mark Sanchez.

The Ravens will have to overcome inconsistency on the road to get a win in Week 17, says a Baltimore reporter.

Monday, Dec. 26, 2011

Embattled Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris says he wouldn't fire himself.

A New York columnist says the Giants have "a considerable advantage" over the Cowboys in their Week 17 game.

Broncos head coach John Fox was asked which team will have the better starting quarterback when the Broncos and Chiefs play in Week 17.

A Jacksonville reporter says the Colts and Jaguars would both help their long-term prospects by losing in Week 17.