Chad Ochocinco will be covering Super Bowl week with his Ochocinco News Network.
Here's what you need to know about labor pains ahead, courtesy of Tim Graham.
More players have pledged their brains to a concussion study.
The combine invite list from the National Football Post.
The Texans are working on an extension for Gary Kubiak, says John McClain. I think you can tie your hands long term by making such a move and that a contract year for a coach can be a good thing like a contract year for a player can be.
Richard Justice thinks it’s the right way to go.
Super Bowl/ Indianapolis Colts
The Colts are preparing for the worst with Dwight Freeney, says Mike Chappell.
Freeney’s value cannot be overstated, says Bob Kravitz.
These are familiar surroundings for the Colts, says Phil Richards.
Bill Polian says Freeney is 50-50, writes John Oehser.
Ryan Diem anchors the offensive line, says Stacy Clardie.
Jim Mora’s unwavering faith was a big piece of Peyton Manning’s development, says Clark Judge.
Jim Irsay’s best move was getting Polian in place, says Judge.
The Colts are built like a family, says Thomas George.
Joseph Addai embraces his role running in Manning’s shadow, says Nancy Gay.
Nothing’s going to stop Freeney from playing, says Robert Mathis. Jason La Canfora’s story.
The Colts and Saints must avoid temptations, says Alex Marvez.
These guys rank as hidden gems no more, says Clifton Brown.
Who’d have the edge if the starting quarterbacks went down, asks Don Banks.
Pierre Garcon is hitting the big time at the right time, says A.J. Perez.
Players will get the headlines but it’s coaches who lay the groundwork, says Pat Kirwan.
The Kyle DeVan story from Shutdown Corner.
The Jags are in not so Super company, says Vito Stellino.
Chris Johnson talks contract again, saying he should be the NFL’s highest-paid running back, says Jim Wyatt.
An uncapped year will restrict six Titans, says Terry McCormick.