The Chargers released Larry English on Tuesday.
Colts GM Ryan Grigson's first seasons with the team were about learning his roster. Now he has the beefy, brawny players he and coach Chuck Pagano need to run their system.
Who starts at QB for the Bills, Jets, Raiders and Eagles? Who fills the leadership void in Baltimore? Pete Prisco asks a pressing question for each team heading into the summer.
Melvin Ingram, San Diego's 2012 first-round pick, won't get to capitalize on a productive rookie year after the linebacker tore his left ACL on Tuesday.
Ray Lewis' achievements -- Pro Bowls, All-Pro teams, etc. -- are phenomenal, Canton-worthy, even. Gregg Doyel says they pale next to the number of players and coaches who cashed in because Lewis touched their careers.
When the season started, the Week 16 game featuring the Chargers at the Jets figured to have playoff implications. Instead, it's between two teams looking forward to getting the year over.
Coach Killers is your weekly look around the league at those performances, decisions and "Wait, what did he just do?!" moments that put the guy in charge squarely on the ol' hot seat.

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