Assistant Sports Editor
CHICAGO - There seems to be a budding debate about whether the Bears can build a bridge to repair relations and retire the jersey number of a certain disgruntled former employee.
CHICAGO — To one generation, he is a salesman of opinions and pork chops.
MIAMI — The Dolphins couldn't have expected the rip job that NFL Network analyst and former Miami fullback Heath Evans recently unleashed against general manager Jeff Ireland on WINZ-940's Dolphins-owned radio show.
Two weeks after participating in the Seattle Seahawks’ rookie minicamp as a tryout player, Justin Veltung’s wish came true.
PHILADELPHIA — It has been a while since we last heard from Bill Davis, Eagles defensive coordinator of mystery.
MINNEAPOLIS — It's a Monday in May and Jared Allen is reciting from the Book of Herm.
BEREA, Ohio — For Brandon and Melanie Weeden and Josh Cooper, football was brushed aside on Monday and terror swooped in.
MINNEAPOLIS — It's probably best that the Vikings' rumored interest in Brian Urlacher went unrequited. Urlacher retired a Bear, and without coming back five years later and signing one of those silly one-day contracts to pretend he had remained in love with his original organization all along.
The San Francisco 49ers signed defensive tackle Tank Carradine and tight end Vance McDonald to four-year contracts on Thursday.
DAVIE, Fla. — The ball was firing out Ryan Tannehill's hands as if he were playing a game of hot potato.