Just over two months after his motorcycle accident, Ben Roethlisberger is having a great camp, writes Michael Smith.
The Patriots appear inclined to use two kickers in their attempt to replace the departed Adam Vinatieri, writes Michael Smith.
Even though he's not the starter yet, Vince Young has emerged as one of the Titans' team leaders, writes Michael Smith.
Two players who should benefit from Al Saunders' offense are Chris Cooley and Clinton Portis, writes Michael Smith.
Ray and Jamal Lewis both looked primed to bounce back from disappointing seasons, writes Michael Smith.
J.P. Losman has struggled, but if the Bills are thinking about the future, he should be their starting QB, writes Michael Smith.
Larry Johnson was nearly unstoppable last year. Unfortunately for his opponents, he looks even stronger this year, writes Michael Smith.
Even if he doesn't put up gaudy sack totals as a rookie, No. 1 overall pick Mario Williams will have a big impact on the Texans' defense, writes Michael Smith.
They may not get much credit, but Scott Pioli and Rodney Harrison have been key components of New England's success.
J.P. Losman is going to make some mistakes, but he also will add a new dimension to Buffalo's offense.
Jets QB Chad Pennington slowly but surely continues to recover from right shoulder surgery.
The Steelers are temporarily adjusting to life without Hines Ward, but the offense does not look the same without No. 86.
The Pats couldn't stop the run last season. Will a strategy change help this season?