Veteran LB Jeremiah Trotter is taking his release from the Philadelphia Eagles in stride; Bob Ford of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes that the players can't defend against their own age.
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Antrel Rolle has lost his starting job due to an inability to stop allowing deep receptions and racking up pass interference penalties. No word as to whether this will cause Rolle to horse-collar new head coach Ken Whisenhunt, but Rolle seems to enjoy questionable tackling tactics.
Taylor of the Dallas Morning News doesn't think the Dallas Cowboys broke the
preseason code, they merely did what they had to do to get
ready for the regular season.
Giants WR Plaxico Burress returned to practice on Tuesday, just in time to see the escalation of the verbal battle between former Giants RB Tiki Barber and current Giant QB Eli Manning.
The Washington Redskins released LB Lemar Marshall and signed veteran LB Randall Godfrey.
Broncos DE Jarvis Moss is expected to replace Ebenezer Ekuban in the starting lineup.
Here's more on the end of Kansas City Chiefs RB Larry Johnson's holdout.
San Diego Chargers QB Phillip Rivers is super-competitive.
A day after questioning why his team traded for another defensive linemen, DT Warren Sapp was laughing it up with the new arrival. Within that same notebook, we learn that Raiders head coach Lane Kiffin will name a starting quarterback today.
Seahawks backup QB Seneca Wallace signed a 3-year contract extension on Tuesday, and starting QB Matt Hasselbeck wishes the NFL did more to protect QBs from getting hit at the knees.
Arizona Cardinals center Al Johnson tweaked a knee in practice on Tuesday, which was to be evaluated last night.
49ers Pro Bowl CB Walt Harris returned to practice on Tuesday and could play Saturday night in
Former Pittsburgh Steeler RB Jerome Bettis (who's from
The Steelers plan to open things up on offense has some in the organization nervous.
Second-year CB David Pittman is getting a surprise start this weekend.
The Browns are having red zone issues.
Bengals right tackle Willie Anderson hopes to keep his consecutive starts streak alive on September 10th.
As expected, the Vikings have signed former Packers WR Robert Ferguson.
Lions DT Shaun Rogers returned to practice, but no decision has been made about when he'll play in a game.
Four Packers linebackers are vying for two backup spots.
Roman Modrowski of the Chicago Sun-Times thinks handling a snap is so easy a 5th grader to do it, so he asked a couple of youngsters for tips on Rex Grossman's behalf.
The flu, not injuries, has affected the Colts lately.
Titans offensive coordinator Norm Chow was working with QB Vince Young on his mechanics.
Texans DE Mario Williams is trying to live up to being the 1st overall choice in an NFL draft.
Panthers rookie center Ryan Kalil is switching to guard.
Saints LB Scott Fujita and center Jeff Faine hope to play against Kansas City on Thursday.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie guard Arron Sears sprained his ankle on Tuesday, and the injury could be serious.
Guess who they're talking about in Atlanta?
Jets center Nick Mangold isn't letting up after a solid rookie season, and Tom Rock of Newsday says that Mangold was "born to block".
An injury to CB Andre Dyson has elevated rookie CB Darrelle Revis to the starting lineup for the Jets.
The Buffalo Bills brought former Carolina Panther DE Al Wallace in for a look-see and a contract offer will probably follow.
Patriots nose tackle Vince Wilfork has been working on his pass-rush skills.
Now that he's in his second year, the Patriots have removed the gag from RB Laurence Maroney's mouth.
Miami Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga wants to make the playoffs this year, and rejects the notion that they're rebuilding.
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