Mailbag: The break before training camp is no vacation for teams with decisions to make, writes John Clayton.
The Seahawks were given permission to talk to the agents for unsigned Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson, but those initial talks didn't do anything to resolve Jackson's current holdout.
Bengals first-round draft pick Andre Smith fractured his foot on Tuesday and will miss at least a few weeks.
Joshua Cribbs, upset because the Browns haven't tried to renegotiate a contract he believes he's outperformed, could sit out the next two weeks of voluntary minicamp and might be close to asking for a trade, a source said.
Halfback Darren Sproles signed his one-year, $6.621 million franchise tag Tuesday, ending any worry about a possible training camp holdout.
Jason Peters will end his holdout and report to the Bills on Saturday.
In his latest mailbag, John Clayton tackles questions on Daunte Culpepper, Steven Jackson's holdout, the outlook for the Raiders and much more.
The Cincinnati Bengals signed first-round pick Keith Rivers Tuesday night, ending a 10-day holdout.
The Saints' top pick, Sedrick Ellis, ended his holdout and signed a deal on Tuesday.
Training camp has arrived, but not without its issues. John Clayton details the top controversies not involving Brett Favre or Chad Johnson.
After 24 hours of soul-searching and a conversation with general manager Jerry Reese, defensive end Michael Strahan has decided to end his holdout and report to the New York Giants.
Michael Strahan says money is not the factor in deciding whether to keep playing, but he hasn't decided.
As the NFL hits vacation mode, John Clayton looks at five story lines that will play out between now and training camp.
Eagles first-round pick Brodrick Bunkley is ready to end a 16-day holdout Friday by agreeing to a six-year, $17.5 million deal that includes $9.775 million in guarantees.
Cornerback Antrel Rolle looks like he's ready to emerge as a star, writes John Clayton in his observations from Cardinals camp.
Seattle saved a little less than $600,000 of cap room by making Pro Bowl left guard Steve Hutchinson a transition player instead of a franchise.