Anquan Boldin is spending his offseason as a lobbyist. Niners Nation caught up with Boldin to talk about his summer.
For the first time since 2007, the Chargers made tweaks to their uniforms.
Has Reggie McKenzie done a good job in his 17 months in Oakland? Raiders fans at Silver and Black Pride say yes.
Speaking of the Raiders ... the firing of PR director Zak Gilbert last month raised some eyebrows across the league. Gilbert wasn't out of work long -- he was just hired as the Browns VP of communications.
Geno Smith says he is getting better. "I've already made a giant leap," Smith said, via Gang Green Nation. "Coming from a spread system where the biggest transition for me is going to be the footwork. It's not as if I can't do it, it's the fact that I haven't done it enough."
Bucs Nation unearths an old ad with Greg Schiano and the late James Gandolfini.
Rob Ryan is a perfect fit in New Orleans, Canal Street Chronicles writes. "Rob Ryan has more than enough talent to mold New Orleans' D into a respectable unit that puts pressure on the quarterback, creates turnovers, and forces bad decisions."
Odds for the 2013 NFL season are out and the Steelers have better odds than both the Ravens and Bengals to make the AFC Championship and the Super Bowl.
Blogging The Boys takes a look at whether this will be a breakout year for Tyron Smith.
Chris Polian ready for a new start in Jacksonville. But before we start anew, Big Cat Country explains why it's important to remember Polian's failures in Indianapolis: "While the hire of Chris Polian immediately came with laughter from Colts fans and worry from Jaguars fans, Caldwell does make a good point in regards to Polian knowing the 'pitfalls' of being a general manager in the NFL. Polian has failed in the new job that Caldwell has taken, and you can always learn quite a bit from failure."
A New York Giants player will be missing the first four games of the season (if he makes the team).