Ten players from 2012 NFL Draft poised for bigger roles
Now that we find ourselves in the thick of NFL draft hype season, last year's top prospects have gotten lost in the shuffle. Let's take a look at 10 players from the 2012 NFL Draft poised for a bigger role.
Free agency primer: Ranking the linebackers
Around The League's Gregg Rosenthal ranks this year's free-agent linebacker crop, from the Baltimore Ravens' Dannell Ellerbe to the Chicago Bears' Brian Urlacher.
Terrell Suggs: 31 teams hate the New England Patriots
Terrell Suggs has spent the early part of the offseason airing some grievances. On Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens linebacker set his sights on a new target: the New England Patriots.
NFL fantasy football: Covering fantasy free agents
Mike Wallace to the New England Patriots? Greg Jennings to the Miami Dolphins? Michael Fabiano offers his take on the best fantasy destinations for some of the NFL's big-name free agents.
Bart Scott released by New York Jets in salary dump
The New York Jets needed to make a lot of roster changes to get under the salary cap and cutting veteran linebacker Bart Scott was one of those moves.
New York Jets cut Calvin Pace, Eric Smith, Jason Smith
The New York Jets dumped salary Tuesday with the releases of linebacker Calvin Pace, defensive back Eric Smith, and tackle Jason Smith. They also waived tight end Josh Baker.
Pittsburgh Steelers stare down a salary-cap squeeze in March
The Pittsburgh Steelers missed the playoffs in 2012, but the real disappointment could come in March. Albert Breer outlines the difficult decisions ahead, including what to do with James Harrison.
Report: Jets to cut Bart Scott, Calvin Pace, Jason Smith
The New York Jets have started to clean up their bulging payroll by cutting a trio of veterans including defensive mainstays Bart Scott and Calvin Pace.
Bart Scott: Lack of 'quality players' sunk New York Jets
Outspoken linebacker Bart Scott has a solid theory about what sunk this season's New York Jets. It's a logical theory, too. "We didn't have enough quality players to win. Simple as that," he said.
New York Jets GM job more attractive than realized
We learned Sunday that the New York Jets can't give away their general manager job. Dan Hanzus thinks that's insane, and he has reasons why any personnel man should jump at the opportunity.
New York Jets' worst move of 2012? Not firing Rex Ryan
The New York Jets have had moves backfire on them in a big way in 2012, but Adam Schein says the team saved its worst mistake for the last day of the year: keeping coach Rex Ryan.
ATL Buzz Report: Where Kaepernick's ink is welcomed
Dan Hanzus looks back on a week that included inane chatter about Colin Kaepernick's tattoos, Viagra use in the NFL and a rogue sprinkler system in Miami.
Bart Scott fires back at heckling New York Jets fans
Jets linebacker Bart Scott said he didn't hear what New York fans were yelling at his team at halftime Thanksgiving night, but he has a message for them.
Rex Ryan, New York Jets are susceptible to Tim Tebow mania
It's not often that an injured quarterback convinces his coach he needs to be active for a game, but that's what Tim Tebow managed to accomplish this week, writes Ian Rapoport.
How New York Jets lost to Patriots in under 60 seconds
The New York Jets were down 7-0 on Sunday night midway through the second quarter. One minute later, their game against the New England Patriots was all but over.
Bart Scott pushes New York Jets media mutiny, fails
After a much-needed win Sunday, New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott told teammates to stonewall the media in the locker room. His idea wasn't met with great enthusiasm.
Are the New York Jets suffering from a lack of talent?
The New York Jets are in the midst of a three-game losing streak, and the struggles can be traced back to a dearth of talent, according to NFL Network's Michael Lombardi.
Bart Scott: New York Jets to stick together like family
Linebacker Bart Scott said Tuesday that his New York Jets are a "family" and will "stick together," but some of his teammates obviously missed that memo.
Bart Scott's games-played streak to end, report says
New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott has dealt with a toe injury since Week 3. It finally has caught up to him and will halt his consecutive games-played streak Sunday, according to one report.
Week 8 injury report: Everything you need to know
Ahmad Bradshaw made the Week 8 injury list, which also includes Jimmy Graham, Rashard Mendenhall, Donald Brown, DeMarco Murray and Trent Richardson. So who will play and who won't?