2013 NFL Combine: Geno Smith will go through full workout - SBNation.com
Expect to see a lot of quarterbacks throwing the ball at the NFL combine this year. Geno Smith and Matt Barkley are both expected to throw the ball as part of their combine workout, and others will likely follow.
Kansas City Chiefs fan is dedicated, gets freaky skull tattoo on the back of his head (picture) | Off the Bench
In terms of fanatic sports fans, NFL fans will pretty much do anything to show off their allegiance to their favorite teams. While some decide to paint their houses, cars, and body parts in honor of them…some decide to do something that is a little more permanent. Check out this Reddit user by the name of DementedDiabetic who decided to show off his Kansas City Chiefs head tattoo to the world.
Nick Foles rumors: Chiefs could aim for Eagles quarterback - SBNation.com
Nick Foles to the Kansas City Chiefs actually makes too much sense. Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said Monday that Foles and Michael Vick, who had his contract restructured the same day, will compete for the Eagles' quarterback job in 2013. Kelly said every team in the NFL needs two quarterbacks. But he didn't rule out the possibility of a trade, either.
Mike Wallace rumors: Browns could aim for Steelers WR - SBNation.com
With a cap number about $16 million north of the $120 NFL salary cap, the Steelers have some cutting to do. Rather, aside from actual cutting, they'll likely have to refrain from bringing back some key players. One such player is wide receiver Mike Wallace, who is set to become a free agent in March.
Cardinals expected to address Kevin Kolb's contract - SBNation.com
If Kevin Kolb wants another shot to be the starting quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals he will likely have to take a big pay cut. Kolb is due $11 million next season and team president Michael Bidwill said, "Kevin's contract is probably something we're going to need to address."
Buccaneers have 'tremendous amount' of cap space for NFL free agency - SBNation.com
For the second year in a row, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are set to be major players in NFL free agency. The Bucs have $30.1 million in available salary cap space, which is the fifth-most in the league, via The Tampa Tribune: "That has actually opened a lot of cap room for us going into 2013 -- a tremendous amount," Bucs general manager Mark Dominik said. "We've got a chance to be (heavily) involved in free agency again."