Posted by Mike Florio on June 30, 2012, 8:23 AM EDT
The Miami Dolphins have launched the “Fin Club,” which may or may not be similar to the “Mile-High Club.”
Jets owner Woody Johnson suggested at a Mitt Romney fundraiser that Chief Justice John Roberts upheld Obamacare “intentionally, because he really revved up our base.”
Former Patriots S Rodney Harrison talks about the major award that he recently won in Boston.Voting starts Monday for the next class in the Bengals.com Hall of Fame.
Cleveland’s own Drew Carey said that success for the Browns in 2012 would be an 8-8 record.
Pittsburgh’s own Dan Marino said it’ll be a challenge for Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger to learn a new offense.
Ravens WR Torrey Smith told the incoming rookies about the “highs and lows” of the NFL; “It’s the expectations of the media and the fans. They’ll love you one minute, they’ll hate you the next. You’ve got to learn how to balance that.”
Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray says that DL Shaun Smith is still adjusting to the team’s 4-3 defense.
Former Colts DT Quinn Pitcock thinks NFL teams fear he’ll have a relapse of his video-game addiction.
The Jaguars are hoping to launch a new era of corporate partnerships.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak shares a story about the relentless determination of the late Mike Heimerdinger.
A total of 10 Chargers practices will be open to the public.
Former Raiders DE Anthony Wayne Smith will face a second trial Monday; his first trial on murder charges ended in a hung jury.
Candor from former Chiefs coach Hank Stram helped launch the acting career of John Amos. (Not Stamos, kids. Amos.)
Former Broncos QB Alan Pastrana’s experiences have helped action sports superstar Travis Pastrana deal with more than 50 concussions. (So should we outlaw action sports, too?)
A year ago, former Cowboys TE Martellus Bennett was suggesting thatCowboys QB Tony Romo should have to compete with Jon Kitna; this year, Bennett says his new quarterback, Eli Manning, is the best in the sport.
The Redskins know they’ll have their training camp in Richmond in 2013; the process has begun to determine exactly where in Richmond that will be.
Milwaukee executive Ricardo Diaz has complained for years about the omission of minorities from positions on Wisconsin boards of directors; Diaz has now been nominated to join the Packers board of directors.
Roger Goodell’s memo regarding the NFL’s potential return to L.A. confirms that the powers-that-be in Minnesota were facing a very real “or else” regarding the Vikings’ new stadium.
Former Bears TE Greg Olson, now with the Panthers, still follows his former team.
The Lions apparently have convinced at least one member of the local media that the team’s hands are tied when it comes to disciplining players for off-field misconduct, even though the truth remains that the Lions can.
The Saints may have some new neighbors at the team’s practice facility — and it would be wise not for the Saints to challenge them to a game of pick-up basketball.
While not attending the Rookie Symposium, the Bucs’ 17 undrafted rookies spent the week connecting with the community.
The guy the Charlotte Bobcats took with the second pick in the NBA draft hopes to have a Cam Newton-style impact on the franchise.
Falcons offensive assistant Andrew Weidinger says that the Falcons will be throwing the ball more under Dirk Koetter.
Former Seahawks Jacob Green and Nesby Glasgow are taking part in a sleep apnea awareness campaign.
Mike Sando of ESPN.com looks at whether an already great 49ers defense can become even better.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher said that, when he addressed the team for the first time in April, he recognized only two faces. (That’s one face for each win in 2011.)