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The Packers' average annual player salary was $2.3 million. The franchise's total player payroll of $123.2 million ranked 22nd.
The Minnesota Vikings rank 135th of 333 international teams surveyed in an ESPN/SportingIntelligence report.
The Lions' average annual player salary is $2.3 million. The club's total player payroll of $118.8 million ranks 30th.
The longtime kicker was sad to see Shawn Slocum go, but likes the direction the unit is taking under Ron Zook.
The Chicago Bears rank 144th out of 333 international teams surveyed in an ESPN/SportingIntelligence report that identifies the sports franchises that spend the most on their players.
NFL Nation TV catches up with Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly and his daughter, Erin Kelly, who will talk about her new book.
Mason Crosby is 19-of-21 in his career on field goals from 32 or 33 yards, the new distance for PATs.
Seven new digital video screens inside the stadium will be unveiled this summer, including two high definition video boards in the end zones.
Eddie Lacy is coming off his second straight 1,110-yard season, and he also increased his production as a receiver in 2014.
Ziggy Ansah recently donated money for 40 special education students to have food and drinks and a Tigers game.
Jeff Rodgers came over to the Bears with John Fox as the team attempts a turnaround after a dreadful 2014 season.
With the exception of QB Brett Hundley, every player drafted could make an impact on special teams for the Packers.
DeAndre Levy's latest offseason adventures saw the Detroit Lions Pro Bowl linebacker go to Chile and Easter Island.
The Minnesota Vikings coach is confident that when Peterson returns, he'll still be a good teammate and try his hardest.
Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch is set to return to the field this offseason, and he couldn't be happier about his own outlook as well as the team's.