Should Gary Kubiak be feeling the heat in Houston? Yes, writes Battle Red Blog, but not for all the reasons you'd think.
There were talks of extending Jay Cutler -- but that was before Marc Trestman took over as head coach. The talks have since been tabled. Windy City Gridiron writes, "From the standpoint of the Chicago Bears, it makes perfect sense to hold off on the extension with a new coaching regime in place. General manager Phil Emery has married the franchise to the West Coast Offense of Marc Trestman, so the wait and see approach is the right one."
The Browns have $100 million in stadium improvements coming. Browns fans at Dawgs By Nature predict what those improvements are.
Is Jason Witten the perfect football player? Blogging The Boys takes a minute to smell the roses with their all-world tight end.
With the franchise deadline passed, Buffalo Rumblings lays out Jairus Byrd's two options at this point: "he can follow the team's best-case scenario, sign his tender and report for duty, or he can miss training camp and pre-season action in an effort to leverage the Bills into negotiating a one-year deal with contract terminology preventing the team from using the franchise tag on him again next spring."
Carlos Dunlap got paid by the Bengals this week. Cincy Jungle recaps his session with the media on Tuesday.
The latest stadium proposal for the Raiders would give Oakland the smallest stadium in the NFL. Just 50,000 would be seated at this proposed stadium, more than 10,000 fewer than the next-smallest NFL stadium.
The Bucs made several front office moves on Tuesday, promoting Shelton Quarles to Director of Pro Scouting.