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profootballtalk.com Updated Feb 13, 2013
Reports out of Pittsburgh on Wednesday afternoon had coach Mike Tomlin interviewing longtime NFL assistant Richard Mann for the team’s vacancy at wide receivers coach. Either Tomlin knew Mann was his guy before the conversation or Mann knocked the ballShare Tweet
‘Tis the season to sign spare punters and kickers for offseason cover, and the Browns are in on it too. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, they signed former camp-hand Spencer Lanning Wednesday. Lanning was in training camp withShare Tweet
My Encounters With Ray Lewis's Deer-Antler Hookup, The Man Who Could Change The History Of Sports (Or Something)deadspin.com Feb 13, 2013"You're on the phone with someone who could change the history of sports," said Deer Antler Man. More »Share TweetIt’s the time of the year when teams are making their plans for free agency and the meaty part of the offseason, which means that it is time for PFT Live to help the set the stage for what’s to come. Ross Tucker of NBC Sports Network will help Mike FlShare Tweet
Antonio Brown ready to become a leader for the SteelersThe Steelers let several veteran players go before the 2012 season and there figure to be more departures this offseason as the team continues to say goodbye to key members of teams that went to two of the last five Super Bowls. Many have noted that a l…Share TweetJimmy is likely getting upset. Earlier this week, when new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam disclosed that he’ll be heading back to Tennessee to resume his former job as CEO of the truck-stop company that kick-started his immense wealth, some Browns fans complShare TweetESPN.com Feb 13, 2013Baltimore Ravens A less-than-positive review of Terrence Cody's season, from Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun. Wilson: "It was a rough season by all accounts for Ravens noseguard Terrence Cody. The massive former second-round draft pick was contro…Share Tweet