Raiders sign Packers' Sean Richardson to offer sheet
Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday that Packers restricted free-agent safety Sean Richardson has signed an offer sheet with the Raiders. Will Green Bay match Oakland's offer?
Jacoby Ford, Ras-I Dowling cut by New York Jets
Wide receiver Jacoby Ford and cornerback Ras-I Dowling were among the more notable names trimmed off New York's roster as the Jets whittled down to 75 players ahead of Tuesday's deadline.
AFC East Training Camp Preview: 3 things to watch
Geno Smith vs. Michael Vick? Will Rob Gronkowski be healthy for Week 1? Who will start at wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills? We break down the AFC East training camps' biggest questions.
Rex Ryan: It's not like Bill Belichick has all the answers
Armed with a pair of former Patriots, Rex Ryan says he doesn't think Bill Belichick has "got all the answers." Do Ras-I Dowling and Jermaine Cunningham stand a chance with the New York Jets?
Adrian Wilson put on Patriots' IR; Gronkowski on roster
The New England Patriots moved safety Adrian Wilson to injured reserve with an undisclosed injury Saturday. The team also made 13 cuts and officially decided to keep Rob Gronkowski on the active roster.
Ras-I Dowling released by New England Patriots
Ras-I Dowling was released by the New England Patriots on Wednesday. Dowling started just two games for the Patriots after being drafted No. 33 overall in the 2011 NFL Draft.
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?
Aaron Hernandez doesn't make Patriots' London trip
The New England Patriots are doing everything possible to keep this week normal while traveling to London. But they won't have their normal starting lineup on the field against the St. Louis Rams.
Chandler Jones, Dont'a Hightower eye starting roles
Rookies Chandler Jones (shown) and Dont'a Hightower of the New England Patriots are bucking to take over playmaking roles once held by the likes of Willie McGinest and Tedy Bruschi.
Patriots training camp: Tom Brady aging but still sharp as ever
With Bill Belichick and Tom Brady each potentially entering the twilights of their respective careers, there's a palpable sense that the Patriots are all in on 2012, Albert Breer writes.
New England Patriots' secondary could go either way
The New England Patriots got some big plays from their secondary on the way to the Super Bowl last season. But as Dan Hanzus writes, the unit is still a big question mark heading into 2012.
Kyle Arrington fine moving to slot in Patriots' defense
Patriots CB Kyle Arrington could see himself playing a bigger role in New England's nickel package this season if injuries to teammate Ras-I Dowling continue to sap the defense.
Under Pressure: Devin McCourty is bellwether for Pats
Devin McCourty's performance on the field is an indicator of how the New England Patriots season will go, that scrutiny is the reason he is the player under the most pressure.
Combine prospects carrying medical and character concerns
A huge part of the pre-draft evaluation process is identifying potential red flags. Chad Reuter highlights prospects bringing medical and character concerns to the NFL Scouting Combine.
Secondary remains a primary concern for Belichick, Patriots
Bill Belichick is known as one of the best coaches in the game. However, when it comes to solving some of New England's defensive issues, his decisions have been shaky, Albert Breer writes.
Tailor-built offense still wouldn't solve Tebow's problems
Many Tim Tebow supporters believe building an offense around his unique skill set would result in wins. Albert Breer posed the question to a personnel exec and shares the answer in his weekly notebook.
Ward (ankle), Farrior (calf) won't suit up for Steelers in Week 8
The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without wide receiver Hines Ward and linebacker James Farrior when they host the AFC East-leading New England Patriots on Sunday.