Lamar Miller is getting extra opportunities in the last couple games, and perhaps giving Dolphins fans hope if Reggie Bush doesn't return.
OTs Jared Gaither and Jeromey Clary are still in line to start in 2013, but their struggles in 2012 give the incoming regime plenty to consider.
Titans second-year MLB Colin McCarthy has gone from a player ready for take off back to square one because of persistent injuries.
Tim Tebow to Jacksonville could very well happen, but it's hardly a "virtual certainty" at this point.
Jets S LaRon Landry has had a solid season and earned a trip to the Pro Bowl, but he may be tough to keep for 2013.
The strong play of Brad Jones could create some challenging decisions for Packers management at inside linebacker this offseason.
The Bills like OLG Andy Levitre, and anything they can do to keep the O-line in tact moving forward is key, which would include re-signing him.
While rookie phenom Russell Wilson is mainly responsible for Seattle's recent offensive fireworks, the O-line in front of him has also excelled.
Most close Cardinals observers agree that former No. 1 pick Beanie Wells has been a bona fide disappointment in the desert.
Pro Football Weekly identifies five high-profile bowl games that are overflowing with pro prospects.
Broncos CB Tracy Porter hasn't played since Week Five, and his replacements have thrived, but Denver could use him in the playoffs.
Dennis Allen's leadership has been questioned this season, but Allen turned the tables this week when he was asked about the quarterback of his defense.
The NFL's coaching carousel frequently spins, but not often in Cincinnati.
Changes in Cleveland would surprise absolutely no one, given the club’s new ownership and yet another losing season.
Two of the Lions’ more interesting offseason decisions come in the secondary.