- Steelers pro personnel coordinator Brandon Hunt will have a second interview with the Eagles on Friday for their head personnel position, per Jeff McLane.
- Panthers LB Thomas Davis says he “fully expects” to play in Super Bowl 50 after undergoing surgery to repair his broken right-arm on Monday. (David Newton)
- Scott Bair of CSN Bay Area reports the Raiders are negotiating a short-term lease with O.co Coliseum in Oakland to stay there for the 2016 season.
- It is worth mentioning that rumors emerged today that the Raiders are considering a possible move to Las Vegas.
Steelers owner Art Rooney said he would like to sign RB Le’Veon Bell to a long-term extension.
“We still feel like he’s going to be a great player … we hope his future is here,” Rooney said, via Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “Whether we address the contract situation now or later is something we still have to evaluate. I think he’s somebody we’d like to continue to have on the team for the long run.”
In addition, Rooney went on to say that there are no plans to find a quarterback to groom and replace Ben Roethlisberger in the future.
“I don’t think we’re starting down that road of who’s next after Ben. Obviously we’ve got some work to do in terms of who are the backups,” said Rooney. “We’ll have some evaluation to do there. As far as I’m concerned, Ben didn’t show much sign of falling off this year, so I’m looking forward to at least several more years of Ben as our quarterback.”
- Former Broncos GM Ted Sundquist wrote on B/R that he believes he was not offered the Titans GM job because he was not sold on Mike Mularkey being the team’s head coach.
- According Jason Wolf of The Tennessean, multiple GM candidates for the Titans felt that Mularkey was chosen by Tennessee’s ownership to be head coach from the start of their search for a coach and GM.