Posted by Darin Gantt on January 3, 2013, 7:45 AM EST
The Buffalo News has an incredible package of stories and photos celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Bills’ comeback playoff win against the Oilers.
Dave Hyde of the South Florida Sun-Sentineltakes a look at the best and worst of the Dolphins’ season.
For the Patriots to get to where they need to be, linebacker Brandon Spikes is going to have to make more plays than he has lately.
Since he’s not having press conferences in New York, Jets coach Rex Ryan might as well enjoy some down time in the Bahamas.
The Bengals are fortunate to be able to trust their kicking game heading into the playoffs.
NFL Network analyst and potential Browns personnel candidate Mike Lombardihas ties to several of the Browns’ head coaching candidates.
The Steelers signed six players to future contracts, including perpetual Patriots transaction Ross Ventrone.
The Texans were thin and are getting thinner at inside linebacker.
The Colts got five starters and a key backup back on the practice field Wednesday.
Jaguars coaches are unsure if they’re going to be working the Senior Bowl or not.
Broncos RB Jacob Hester knows from personal experience not to take a long winning streak for granted.
It’s hard to try to find a trend or preference, since Chiefs chairman Clark Hunthasn’t hired a head coach before.
The Raiders signed six of their practice squaders to future contracts.
The Chargers’ first interview for the GM job was with in-house candidate Jimmy Raye.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett doesn’t sound like a man ready to give up play-calling.
The Eagles signed former Panthers second-round DE Everette Brown, along with CB Trevard Lindley.
Add Redskins director of player personnel Morocco Brown to the Cardinals’ GM interview list.
Bears rookie DE Shea McClellin did not disappoint GM Phil Emery (not that you’d expect Emery to bash his first draft pick).
The Lions signed LB Ashlee Palmer and S Don Carey to contract extensionsbefore the end of the regular season.
It’s a good thing RB DuJuan Harris is able to help the Packers, because he wasreally bad at selling cars.
As you might imagine, Falcons coach Mike Smith is glad he’s able to hang ontooffensive coordinator Dirk Koetter.
Panthers QB Cam Newton was banged up in the regular season finale, but none of the injuries were serious.
Saints LB Curtis Lofton put his name to the Steve Spagnuolo debate, and said he supports the coordinator of the league’s worst all-time defense.
Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton has his heart set on a head coaching job— somewhere.
Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says to give credit to Rams owner Stan Kroenke for being aggressive in his pursuit of coach Jeff Fisher last year.