NFL Links: Newton showing more maturity

Posted April 16, 2012 @ 12:32 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Friday, April 20, 2012

Head coach Ron Rivera said the Panthers' highest-profile player "seems like a different person" compared to last season.

A Houston reporter says the Texans are expected to spend one of their top three picks on an outside linebacker.

Mark Sanchez is saying all the right things about Tim Tebow, says a New York reporter.

The Eagles are committed to a "best player available" approach to the draft. 

Thursday, April 19, 2012

An Indianapolis columnist says rebuilding the Colts is "a long-term project."

49ers GM Trent Baalke says he doesn't harbor any ill will toward Gregg Williams.

LeGarrette Blount changes his tune on adding competition to the Buccaneers' backfield.

Matt Light passed on a chance to reveal his plans for next season. 

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

A St. Louis columnist says the "cool and calm" Jeff Fisher was on display at Rams practice Tuesday.

The agent for RB Ryan Grant says there is "more than a strong possibility" that his client will soon be signing with a new team.

Bills GM Buddy Nix says the wide receivers entering the league "get prettier every year."

Mike Mularkey chose a veteran offensive lineman to deliver a pep talk to the Jaguars on Tuesday. 

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tim Tebow's arrival could split the Jets into "two separate teams" according to one Jets offensive lineman.

A Baltimore columnist says he's not worried about Ray Rice's absence from Ravens workouts.

Matthew Stafford would like to see the Lions be a little more balanced on offense next season.

Kevin Kolb said he has cleared the air with the Cardinals to let them know he can handle the truth.

Monday, April 16, 2012

The Titans don't have any regrets about the big decision they made at quarterback almost one year ago.

Broncos players won't be the only ones adjusting to Peyton Manning's instruction at offseason workouts, says a Denver reporter.

A Pittsburgh reporter considers the Steelers' options for replacing James Farrior.

GM Mickey Loomis tells a New Orleans reporter there is virtually no chance the Saints will trade up to get back into the first two rounds of the draft.