We hear it won't be long before Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams receives the same fate as his son, Blake, who was fired Wednesday.
Jets RBs Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell ran well down the stretch, but with Greene entering free agency, the backfield is uncertain for 2013.
We hear the Seahawks are employing more than a few assistant coaches who could receive head-coach interviews.
Seahawks CB Richard Sherman tops PFW’s list of NFL players wrongfully snubbed by Pro Bowl voters this season.
Our 49ers sources are from certain that injured DT Justin Smith will be able to participate in the playoffs.
The Saints put questions about Sean Payton’s future to rest with the announcement of his new contract, and one of the next big issues for the team to tackle will be its salary-cap situation.
It will not be a surprise to hear trade rumors involving Raiders RB Darren McFadden this offseason.
It's very apparent that head coach Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is willing to make assertive, calculated risks this season.
Steelers CB Cortez Allen has shown promise in his second NFL season.
The Ravens’ injury issues have been extensive on defense in 2012.
Bears CBs Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings are not young players any more, but they are not getting any cheaper with age.
Falcons OLT Sam Baker has allowed only 3½ sacks — the fewest he has allowed since his rookie year, when he played in eight games.
The Texans are a ball-control offense, but it still must start with QB Matt Schaub, who is pressing with his team mired in a funk at the worst possible time.
The Eagles moved Mychal Kendricks to the weak side once the wide-9 was scrapped, and he has played better.
Expect the Giants to shave some salaries and allow some veterans, like OT David Diehl, to walk in the offseason.