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profootballtalk.com Updated Feb 11, 2013
When it comes to Monday’s placement of Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas in a pre-trial intervention program aimed at resolving charges of domestic assault and drug possession, the NFL tells PFT that the case will be reviewed under both the personal conductShare Tweet
Former Pats wideout David Patten lands coaching jobFormer Patriots wideout David Patten needed a few more classes to finish his degree at Western Carolina. So the Catamounts went ahead and gave him a job. The school announced they hired the 12-year NFL veteran for a job on their coaching staff, with hea…Share TweetBUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Bills new coach Doug Marrone began retooling his underperforming defense on Monday by releasing two veterans: linebacker Nick Barnett and strong safety George Wilson.Share Tweet
PFT on NBC Sports Network: Mike Tannenbaum, AFC West offseason previewThe Jets kicked off their offseason by firing General Manager Mike Tannenbaum and we’ll hear his take on what went wrong with the team on Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network on Monday. Erik Kuselias will speak to Tannenbaum about the skid over the lShare TweetThe Miami Dolphins are reportedly stonewalling starting running back Reggie Bush. The pending free agent hasn't heard from the team with about a month left before the start of free agency. A source told Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post over the weekend …Share TweetEven if voters approve using tax money to help upgrade the Miami Dolphins' stadium, a deal might be contingent on the NFL awarding the 2016 Super Bowl to the city.Share Tweet
Bills make necessary change on defenseThe first two dominoes on defense fell Monday for the Buffalo Bills. The team released starting linebacker Nick Barnett and safety George Wilson. Both were veteran leaders in Buffalo. The film review of 2012 is most likely near completion for Buffalo's …Share Tweet
QB market gets thinner for Bills, JetsOne veteran quarterback many expected to hit the open market this offseason did not, as the Philadelphia Eagles agreed to a restructured, one-year contract with Michael Vick on Monday. It's a move that causes a potential domino effect for quarterback-ne…Share Tweet
Top AFC East offseason storylinesEvery NFL team now has a clean slate. The Baltimore Ravens were world champions during the 2012 season, but now it’s time to get ready for 2013. Here are the top storylines to watch this offseason in the AFC East: New York Jets: Who stays and who goes?Share Tweet
Ex-Eagles owner: Dolphins stadium “welfare for a multi-billionaire”The former owner of the Philadelphia Eagles is one of the most outspoken critics of plans to use taxpayer dollars to renovate the Miami Dolphins’ stadium. Norman Braman, an auto magnate who bought the Eagles from Leonard Tose in 1985 and sold the franchShare TweetThe Bills have work to do at wide receiver. Wondering whether a stadium referendum will impact the Dolphins’ choices this offseason. The Patriots have to figure out whether or not to use their franchise tag this year. Rex Ryan spent Sunday at Madison SqShare Tweet
NFL32OT: Vick Remains An EagleFeb 11Episode 266: Adam Schefter breaks down Michael Vick's deal with the Eagles. The NFL32 crew discuss Rob Gronkowski's recent off-field behavior.
Advice for New England Patriots tight end Rob GronkowskiFeb 11Willie McGinest offers up some wise advice for New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Bruschi Would Speak To GronkowskiFeb 11Tedy Bruschi and Darren Woodson discuss how the Patriots should handle Rob Gronkowski.
Top NFL Veterans To KeepFeb 11Darren Woodson ranks his top potential free agents that teams should retain.
Peter King: Looking back at Greg Roman's play calling, more mailFeb 11In the coming years, when I think about the Super Bowl just played, I know I'll think about the play that might have been: third-and-goal from the Baltimore 5. Colin Kaepernick, at the snap of the ball, took one step back and Frank Gore roared in front …
Clayton's mailbag: Big spending, subpar resultsFeb 11The teams that spent the most in 2012 got little bang for their buck. Plus, answers to reader questions.