The changes to the Ravens’ defense in 2013 could go beyond just replacing retiring MLB Ray Lewis.
At his introductory press conference on Friday, Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski shed some light on his offensive philosophy.
A change-of-pace back is one of the bigger needs for a Lions offense that looks relatively stable compared to the defense.
New Chargers GM Tom Telesco wnats to build the club through the draft, which is important with many veterans approaching free agency.
Age and contracts of the Broncos' starters at defensive tackle and middle linebacker could lead to a new group in the middle in 2013.
The Chiefs' personnel suggests they should stick with running a 3-4 defense next season.
New Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine plans to bring his aggressive style from the Jets' defenses to Buffalo.
In his first play in a Packers uniform, RB DuJuan Harris showed he belonged.
While we hear the 49ers once again will be counting on Justin Smith big time next season, it could be a different story in 2014.
For the second year in a row, wide receiver shapes up as a major draft need for the Rams.
The Dolphins have a clear need for an upgrade at wide receiver, a position that will be a key target in free agency and the draft.
Observers around the league agree that Andy Reid will quickly right the ship in Kansas City the same way he did in Philadelphia.
The Ravens, Steelers and Browns are in various states of flux. The Bengals, however, should be pretty stable. But there's work to be done.
Since WR Percy Harvin landed on injured reserve on Dec. 5, his future with the Vikings seriously has come into doubt.
One offensive TD by the Texans is unlikely to cut it in Foxborough Sunday, but at least the group showed signs of breaking through in the wild-card round victory over the Bengals.