Jay Cutler admits that the criticism of his toughness bothered him; A St. Louis reporter checks in with some Rams season-ticket holders.
Nothing slows down Peyton Manning; Lions offensive coordinator Scott Linehan says his play-calling is not conservative.
Vince Young's psyche is being investigated in Tennessee; Vincent Jackson's agent sounds off on the Chargers' A.J. Smith.
A.J. Hawk does not want to be a part-time player; The Colts are hoping to get Bob Sanders back before the playoffs.
Large profile of Rex Ryan from the New York Times magazine; 49ers WR Michael Crabtree doesn't understand the perception of him; The unknown key to the Bears "D."
Lions president Bill Ford Jr., says he's very happy with "the new regime"; Raiders head coach Tom Cable has some tough roster decisions to make.
The Ravens are making an effort to keep Ray Rice fresh; Matt Leinart is on the verge of losing his starting spot.
A Dallas reporter says the Cowboys have been awful when it comes to drafting offensive linemen; Terrell Owens says his new team reminds him of one he used to play for.
Joey Porter has added an ingredient that the Cardinals' defense has lacked, according to one Arizona columnist; Terrell Thomas says the Giants want to send the Jets a message.
Kevin Kolb likes Troy Aikman, but he's not a Cowboys fan; Dwayne Bowe needs to ditch the D-Bowe act, says one Kansas City columnist.
A Washington D.C. columnist says Mike Shanahan is getting even; The Jets could start training camp without their All-Pro cornerback.
Ndamukong Suh is waiting on Sam Bradford; Elvis Dumervil can breath a sigh of relief.
A Miami reporter says Jason Ferguson had a calming effect on people; Darrelle Revis is apparently "clueless" about the state of contract negotiations between the Jets and his agent.
A Dallas columnist says we haven't seen the best of Tony Romo; Larry Fitzgerald wouldn't mind if Brett Favre retired.
A Philadelphia reporter says the Eagles shouldn't part ways with Michael Vick right now; Tony Dungy could become the John Wooden of his generation, according to an Indianapolis columnist.