After an eventful offseason, the Ravens could be in store for more tough personnel decisions in 2014.
Linebacker Michael McAdoo says he has something prove this season.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis put his charitable side to work Sunday during his annual golf outing.
Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton has enjoyed installing the team's new 3-4 defense. “It may not be hard, but it’s fun," Horton said. "It’s exciting. The guys are working very, very hard and that’s the most important thing -- that they are applying what they are learning. They are doing a great job. They are being diligent in the workouts, not only on the field but also in the classroom. It’s a totally different defense so there is a lot of adjustments -- terminology, drops, the way I call games, the way I ask them to learn the defense. Right now, I am just asking them to trust me and trust the defense and they are doing that. We are pleased with where we are at day three of OTAs.”
The desire to improve is what's driving the Steelers' offensive line this offseason.
Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette previews Tuesday's start of OTAs. Staying healthy is atop the priority list.