NFL Links: Colts starting over

Posted Jan. 23, 2012 @ 1:02 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012

An Indianapolis columnist says it's an exciting, and unsettling, time for the Colts' franchise.

A New York reporter says Justin Tuck won't sneak up on the Patriots this time.

It appears a controversial Ravens assistant coach will remain with the team, according to a Baltimore reporter.

A Chicago columnist has an idea for how the Bears should handle the final phase of their interview process for general manager.

Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie seems out of touch with reality, says a Philadelphia columnist.

The Super Bowl serves as a chance for several Patriots players to get revenge on the Giants.

A writer says the Raiders' decision to hire Dennis Allen shows a new commitment to defense.

There probably won't be an all-out raid on the Packers' coaching staff, according to a Green Bay reporter.

Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012

Peyton Manning says Jim Irsay will be deciding whether he stays with the Colts.

A Santa Rosa columnist says 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh is childish.

Former Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians says the Steelers pushed him into retirement.

A Tampa columnist says the Buccaneers are trying to save face after being jilted by Chip Kelly.

Monday, Jan. 23, 2012

There was "a mix of remorse and resolve" in Ravens PK Billy Cundiff's voice after he missed a potential game-tying field goal Sunday.

Peyton Manning says he's "even more proud" that Eli is his brother after his performance in the NFC championship game.

A San Francisco writer says Jim Harbaugh won't let his players "be defeated or destroyed" by their loss to the Giants.

Vince Wilfork set the tone for the Patriots' defense on the front line of the team's battle with the Ravens.