Unless something really jumps out at them, the Pittsburgh Steelers almost have to look at the cornerback position at the top of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Cleveland general manager Ray Farmer made two first- round selections a year ago and ended up with a cornerback that barely got on the field, Justin Gilbert, and a quarterback who just got out of rehab in Johnny Manziel.
The Tennessee Titans and wide receiver Hakeem Nicks have agreed to terms of a one-year contract.
The Ravens need significant help at wide receiver after losing Torrey Smith in free agency but also must bolster their shaky defensive backfield.
One-and-done playoff appearances are starting to get old in Cincinnati but Marvin Lewis remains in good standing, recently receiving a one-year contract extension.
First-year Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan is keeping things close to the vest and could go in a number of different directions with the sixth overall pick.
The recent Greg Jennings signing alleviates things a bit for the Miami Dolphins at the wide receiver position but it hardly cures the team's need for a deep threat at the position.
Jameis Winston is hardly a can't-miss prospect, but comparing the former Florida State star to this generation's ultimate draft bust is as lazy as the work ethic that essentially doomed JaMarcus Russell.
The world champs have some work to do especially after losing veteran cornerbacks Darelle Revis and Brandon Browner in the offseason. An obvious need, however, is not necessarily the way Bill Belichick is going to go.
The Bills are without a first-round choice after moving up to get receiver Sammy Watkins in 2014. And that fact would be far more palatable to the fans in Western New York if Buffalo had a better option at the quarterback position to get the talented Watkins the football.
The Detroit Lions will exercise the fifth-year option on offensive tackle Riley Reiff's rookie contract before the May 3 deadline, general manager Martin Mayhew announced Friday.
President Barack Obama praised the New England Patriots on Thursday, calling them "as good an organization as there has ever been in professional sports," but also found time to poke fun at the team and some of his own people.
The New York Jets exercised their fifth-year option on linebacker Quinton Coples, the team announced Thursday.
Jimmy Graham is a pretty good first-round pick and that's how the defending NFC champion Seahawks will spin things as they wait for their first selection, which will be 63rd overall unless general manager John Schneider moves back up.
San Francisco general manager Trent Baalke hasn't been real conventional in recent months basically running off a coaching heavyweight, Jim Harbaugh, for a guy, Jim Tomsula, who came off like a "Saturday Night Live" skit in some early interviews.
The Cardinals have enough talent to be a legitimate Super Bowl contender if they can keep Carson Palmer healthy and develop a legitimate ground game.
St. Louis could go in a number of different directions with the 10th overall pick. The Rams need help opposite Greg Robinson at tackle while receiver could be the secondary option based on need. The team also wants to add help at quarterback despite acquiring Nick Foles.
Don't buy the hype when it comes to Marcus Mariota surpassing James Winston in the Bucs' eyes. This isn't "House of Cards" with ruthless politician Frank Underwood using naive journalist Zoe Barnes to advance his vision.
New Falcons head coach Dan Quinn will want to bolster his front seven rather quickly especially when it comes to the pass rush and this draft is deep with players who can get to the quarterback.
When your offensive tackles from a year ago were Byron Bell and Mike Remmers, that's a pretty good indication you need an upgrade and the NFC South champion Carolina Panthers should have some options at No. 25 overall.
New Orleans coach Sean Payton is an offensive guy but he's on record saying the Saints have "to bring in some (defensive) guys that we feel like can help us play right away."
The Miami Dolphins have signed wide receiver Greg Jennings.
The Chicago Bears signed tight end Bear Pascoe to a one-year contract.
The Miami Dolphins signed a pair of veteran offensive linemen Wednesday, agreeing to one-year deals with Jeff Linkenbach and Jacques McClendon.
Some may laud the NFL for its tough treatment of pass- rushing pariah Greg Hardy but smart observers will connect the dots, realizing that tenacious stance makes sure the star defensive end's first game back will be a high-profile Thanksgiving Day affair against his former team, the Carolina Panthers.
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with offensive tackle Byron Bell on an undisclosed contract, the team announced Wednesday.
The NFL has suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy without pay for the first 10 games of the 2015 season for conduct detrimental to the league in violation of the NFL Constitution and By-Laws, the NFL Player Contract, and the NFL Personal Conduct Policy.
A federal judge on Wednesday granted final approval of a revised settlement agreement between the NFL and thousands of former players who sued the league over concussions and their effects.
Ted Thompson has the great draft rep but a lot of his recent history in the first round has come up snake eyes. The three-year stint before Ha Ha Clinton-Dix in 2014 produced Derek Sherrod, Nick Perry and Datone Jones, not exactly a murderer's row.
The Lions lost both Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley from the interior of what was the second-best defense in the NFL and replaced them with the aging Haloti Ngata as well as Tyrunn Walker.