Posted by Andy Benoit
Amazing stat: the Packers have a chance to become the first team in 48 years to go an entire season without trailing by more than seven at any point.
Reggie Wayne took his fellow Colts wideouts with him to Hawaii.
The Raiders have hired their former offensive lineman Steve Wisniewski as an assistant offensive line coach. In a press release announcing the move, Wisniewski, who wore the silver and black from 1989-2001, was referred to as a “Raider legend”.
Ken Whisenhunt confirmed what many have long speculated: he wants to interview assistants on both Super Bowl teams (mainly Steelers, we’ll assume) before choosing a new defensive coordinator.
Tampa has reason to believe that its upcoming October bid for the 2015 Super Bowl will be successful.
Packers personnel legend Ron Wolf offers praise for Ted Thompson.
Noted Chiefs fan Tony DiPardo passed away this week at the age of 98.
Reuben Frank of CSNPhilly.com believes the Eagles want to appoint Packers secondary coach Darren Perry to their defensive coordinator position. (That could explain why the job has remained vacant for nearly two weeks.)
Donovan McNabb will serve as a guest analysts for ESPN during Super Bowl week.
A suite for Super Bowl XLV costs $163,000 – and it’s on the 30-yard-line, no less!
It’s very likely the Bucs will look to draft a defensive end.
For more NFL news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsnfl on Twitter and subscribe to our RSS Feed .