Money was the issue that divided Reggie Bush and the Saints, according to a New Orleans writer.
A Pittsburgh reporter says it appears Ben Roethlisberger has followed through on his promise to change; Winning in the NFL is proving to be harder than Dolphins owner Stephen Ross though it would be.
GM Trent Baalke says the 49ers will not be major players in free agency; Carson Palmer is keeping quiet about his situation with the Bengals.
Ben Roethlisberger's agent says his client does not need foot surgery; Ben Leber says he's not sure if he'll return to the Vikings this season.
Colt McCoy says the workouts that he hosted are going to pay off for the Browns; Scott Pioli says the Chiefs are committed to helping in Joplin, Mo., for years to come.
Dolphins players say Chad Henne is taking more of a leadership role this offseason; The Giants need to handle Osi Umenyiora's situation with care, says a New Jersey reporter.
Alex Smith says he and Michael Crabtree are not at odds; Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland says "all avenues" will be explored when it comes to adding a quarterback before the season.
Brandon Jacobs says there is "no chance" Plaxico Burress will return to the Giants when he is released from prison; An Arizona reporter says the Cardinals could pursue Kyle Orton if the Eagles' asking for Kevin Kolb is too high.
A Baltimore columnist says Matt Stover is one of the greatest Ravens players of all time; Tiki Barber says the wrong thing almost every time he opens his mouth, according to a New York columnist.
Tim Tebow worked out with teammates Thursday and said he's looking forward to competing against Kyle Orton; A Detroit columnist says if there's one team that's eager to get the lockout over with, it's the Lions.
Matt Flynn says he's not itching to leave Green Bay; The Titans will be one of the teams most damaged by the lockout, according to a Tennessee columnist.
Colin Kaepernick may turn to Andrew Luck for a tutorial on Jim Harbaugh's offense; A Philadelphia reporter says the Eagles don't need to sign Nnamdi Asomugha.
The Cardinals were smart Thursday, according to an Arizona columnist; Bengals fans may have to wait before they see A.J. Green at his best, says a Cincinnati columnist.
A.J. Smith says he has ways to deal with being on the hot seat; Thirty Redskins players met for a minicamp this week.
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.