Posted by Michael David Smith on May 23, 2012, 9:05 AM EDT
Former University of Miami players Lamar Miller and Olivier Vernon are showing some promise early on with the Dolphins.
The Boston Herald takes a look at how the Navy came to the decision to give Eric Kettani leave to play for the Patriots.
It’s time for Sergio Kindle, the Ravens’ first pick in the 2010 NFL draft, to show he belongs on the roster.
Browns rookie WR Travis Benjamin may be the fastest man at their Organized Team Activities, but he also got an earful from a coach when he ran a route wrong.
Rookie G Brandon Brooks is the heaviest Texan ever at 346 pounds, but Houston offensive line coach John Benton says, “He is a big man. But he’s not an overweight kid. He’s just big.”
Jaguars CB Rashean Mathis is optimistic about his progress from major knee surgery: “I’ve never had an ACL injury before, but the guys around me who have had it say that I am way ahead of schedule. They’re surprised what I am doing at this time.”
Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer is entering his fifth decade of coaching.
The Chiefs are dealing with injuries at safety.
Giants rookie OT Matt McCants is taking some ribbing in the locker room over his status as a tuba player, an instrument he initially took up when his mom wouldn’t let him play high school football so he joined the band instead.
Redskins LB London Fletcher says he might not have returned to the team if they hadn’t traded up to draft Robert Griffin III.
Bears LB Brian Urlacher is not completely recovered from a knee injury in the season finale, but he expects to be good to go for training camp.
At age 27, Chris Houston is the Lions’ oldest cornerback, but he doesn’t want to be viewed as the veteran mentor for a young group.
The Vikings are planning a longer training camp.
Roger Goodell is encouraging Atlanta to build a new stadium and offering up a Super Bowl as an incentive.
The Panthers have picked up some wide receiver depth.
Folks in New Orleans remain unsatisfied with the league’s explanation of the Saints’ bounty suspensions.
Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano says his players better be ready to work hard under the sun.
Cardinals TE Jeff King is recovering from a partially torn quadriceps tendon.
Says 49ers RB Frank Gore, “As long as I’m in great shape, I’m going to be the Frank Gore I’ve always been.”