Roster Reset: AFC West
How much closer have the Raiders gotten to the Broncos in the AFC West? With the offseason in full swing, Around The League ranked teams in each division based on how much they improved.
How the Denver Broncos were built
John Elway has proven to be nearly as good as an NFL executive as he was a quarterback. "Around The League" examines how Elway built up the Broncos through the draft and smart free-agent pickups.
Gosder Cherilus headlines Colts' five free-agent deals
The Indianapolis Colts got right to work on the first day of free agency, agreeing to contracts with five different players. The most notable move was a deal with right tackle Gosder Cherilus.
Can Jake Long still be elite player for Miami Dolphins?
Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jake Long wants $11 million per season. Is he worth it? The jury is out on Long, who recently was given a clean bill of health from Dr. James Andrews.
J.J. Watt, Houston Texans clinch AFC South with win
J.J. Watt put on another quarterback-terrorizing display Sunday, taking advantage of the Indianapolis Colts' weak points along their offensive line and helping the Houston Texans clinch their division.
Week 15 injury report roundup: RG3 makes progress
Robert Griffin III practiced for a third consecutive day, a positive sign for his availability Sunday. See which other players are on the mend in Gregg Rosenthal's Friday injury roundup.
Indianapolis Colts without two starting O-linemen
It appears the Indianapolis Colts will be without two starting offensive linemen -- Samson Satele and Winston Justice -- against the Houston Texans. Could be a long day for Andrew Luck.
Ndamukong Suh reportedly not fined for Colts block
So ... will Ndamukong Suh be fined this week? It appears unlikely according a report, but that doesn't mean the Colts are OK with how Suh and his Lions teammates behaved on Sunday.
Ndamukong Suh's dance upsets Colts' Mike McGlynn
Another game, another controversy for Ndamukong Suh. The time, Mike McGlynn is upset with Suh after the Detroit Lion danced over a concussed Indianapolis Colts teammate.
Robert Mathis inactive for Indianapolis Colts on 'TNF'
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Robert Mathis will not play in Thursday night's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars because of a back injury. He has missed three of the past four weeks.
Michael Vick's brother vents about Philadelphia Eagles
Michael Vick was battered by another defense Monday, leading his brother, an ex-NFL player, to vent on Twitter. His message included a request that the Philadelphia Eagles trade Michael.
Blaine Gabbert headlines AFC players with something to prove
There are numerous players with something to prove in 2012. Some are familiar names (like Blaine Gabbert), some are completely overlooked. Gil Brandt provides two for each AFC team.
Andrew Luck, Kevin Kolb accent good, bad of preseason Week 1
With Kevin Kolb's continued struggles and John Skelton's inconsistency, the Cardinals have a serious QB issue. Daniel Jeremiah has the stars and scrubs from Week 1 of the preseason.
Andrew Luck, Colts itching to finally work together
Stanford's quarter system has kept Andrew Luck off the practice field as he studies up for his degree, much to the No. 1 draft pick's frustration, according to Colts WR Austin Collie.
Eagles LT Jason Peters ruptures his Achilles again
The Eagles received some devastating news Monday. Left tackle Jason Peters reportedly ruptured his Achilles' tendon again during rehabilitation.
AFC South holes to fill: Do Texans have enough WR firepower?
With a healthy Matt Schaub, Houston is expected to be a major player in the AFC title race. But there are still some holes on the roster. Elliot Harrison addresses concerns for each AFC South team.
Eagles: Peters ruptures Achilles' tendon
Eagles left tackle Jason Peters has ruptured his Achilles' tendon, the team announced Friday, leaving his 2012 season in jeopardy.