Ryan Fitzpatrick will try to get his dynamic wide receiver the ball as much as possible in the opener.
Amani Toomer takes a shot at Michael Starhan after the former Giant announced a new gig.
Greg Jennings says a solid run game will help the Packers immensely.
Jim Kelly is excited to see how his Bills will match up with the Jets offense in Week 1.
Eric Dickerson says it will take a couple weeks for MJD to get into shape.
Osi Umenyiora breaks down the key to the New York Giants-Dallas Cowboy matchup.
First up on Revis Island 2012 edition is Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson, Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
In two games last season, Johnson averaged 79.5 yards against the New York Jets’ four-time Pro Bowl cornerback. But against Darrelle Revis, 80 yards sometimes feels like 200.
Charley Casserly blasts Maurice Jones-Drew, saying the Jacksonville Jaguars’ star running back is in the wrong.
Doug Williams became the first post-merger African-American quarterback selected in round one of the NFL draft in 1978 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers grabbed the Grambling State signal caller with the 17th pick.
Cam Newton and Robert Griffin III were drafted No. 1 and No. 2 overall, respectively, in the past two NFL drafts.
Drew Pearson says Terrell Owens could still play in the NFL.
Les Snead is only concerned with stacking good decisions.
Drew Pearson backtracks on his criticism of the ‘Dez Rules’
NFL analyst Brian Billick gives his perspective on Seattle choosing Wilson over Flynn.
The Tennessee Titans have no plans to put Dez Bryant-like restrictions on their troubled wide receiver Kenny Britt, coach Mike Munchak told “NFL AM” on Tuesday morning.
“We have a particular schedule because he’s been on the PUP list and he’s been injured,” said the second-year head coach. “We have him on a certain schedule that we feel fits perfectly for him. He’s involved in everything the players have done as far as, he is in all the meetings, he’s doing all the things he needs to do, h’’s here on time, he’s been doing everything we’ve asked of him.”
When the Tennessee Titans named Jake Locker the starting quarterback despite some so-so preseason performances many surmised the decision was based on his work during last season and this offseason.
Titans coach Mike Munchak confirmed that theory when he joined “NFL AM” on Tuesday morning.