By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Jack Butler, who helped revolutionize the way cornerbacks played in the NFL during his Hall of Fame career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, died Saturday after a lengthy battle with a staph infection. He was 85.
Two of the Minnesota Vikings' biggest priorities this offseason were to bolster a thin receiver corps and get a quality veteran to backup quarterback Christian Ponder.
The Denver Broncos gave Peyton Manning a new target _ Tom Brady's favorite receiver.
Wes Welker is saying so long to Tom Brady and hello to Peyton Manning.
NBC, after being heartened by some long-sought success this past fall, has fallen into a deep midwinter freeze.
Michael Vick took a significant pay cut to stay with the Philadelphia Eagles and compete for a starting job.
Vick, who was injured and inconsistent last season, eventually giving way to rookie Nick Foles, now has a three-year contract, and will compete with Foles to see who runs new coach Chip Kelly's offense this season.
Vonta Leach's job is to get involved in a collision so Ray Rice won't.
The Baltimore Ravens' reputation for trash-talking arrived at the Super Bowl before they did.
"I hope we keep it here and keep it here for a long time," Minnesota tight end Kyle Rudolph said after winning Pro Bowl MVP in a 62-35 win over the AFC on Sunday.
The NFL is hoping to decide the fate of the Pro Bowl by the time it releases next season's schedule in April. And the fate of the league's all-star game will largely depend on how much effort this year's participants put into the game.
Redskins linebackers Ryan Kerrigan and London Fletcher were added to the NFC Pro Bowl roster Sunday after San Francisco's nine Pro Bowlers became ineligible for the NFL's annual all-star game.
It's the time of year when Ray Rice usually begins to feel the effects of being the Baltimore Ravens' go-to guy on offense. This season, however, has been different.
While coach Mike Shanahan and the Washington Redskins' coaching staff squirm over the status of quarterback Robert Griffin III's right knee, they turn their attention this week to improving the quality of a roster that entered the offseason with the unfamiliar title of NFC East champions.
The first call that Andy Reid received came from Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt.