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Updated: 13 min 46 sec ago
Panthers FB Mike Tolbert promises the team will take a more run-heavy approach under new offensive playcaller Mike Shula.
Seahawks TE Anthony McCoy underwent surgery for a partially torn Achilles' tendon Thursday, and will be sidelined a minimum of six months.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Patriots "(don't) know" how serious Rob Gronkowski's back injury is.
After increased tape study, ESPN's Ron Jaworski predicts Eagles coach Chip Kelly's offense will not translate to the NFL.
The Steelers plan to "supplement" their power-rushing attack with zone-blocking concepts in 2013.
Fox Sports South reports the Falcons and free agent DT Richard Seymour are engaged in contract talks.
BuffaloBills.com reports that TE Scott Chandler (ACL surgery) is likely to be a participant in practice right from the start of training camp.
Updating a previous item, Pierre Garcon underwent "minor" labrum surgery in January.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan revealed that Pierre Garcon recently underwent "chest" surgery.
Updating a previous item, coach Jim Harbaugh confirmed Michael Crabtree's Achilles' tendon was "completely torn" during Tuesday's OTA practice, and the injury was to Crabtree's right Achilles'.
Robert Griffin III (knee) was throwing passes as the Redskins opened OTAs Thursday.
James Casey underwent arthroscopic surgery to clean out loose cartilage in his right knee.
Cardinals RB Ryan Williams said he was "scared all last year to get the ball in my hands."
The New York Post says Chris Ivory is sitting pretty as the Jets' feature back.
Wes Welker admitted that he expects his reception totals to drop significantly in Denver.
CSN Bay Area considers Vernon Davis the "strongest candidate" to pick up the slack in the 49ers' passing game.
Coach Jim Harbaugh insists Michael Crabtree's Achilles' tendon tear is not a season-ending injury.
Emmanuel Sanders said he is engaged in contract conversations with the Steelers "right now."
Marshawn Lynch's motion to suppress evidence hearing stemming from his 2012 DUI has been delayed until July 5.
Yahoo! Sports' Jason Cole reports Hakeem Nicks is unhappy with his contract, which is why he didn't show up to OTAs on Wednesday.