Buffalo Bills: When coach Mike Mularkey was the offensive coordinator of the Pittsburgh Steelers he helped resurrect QB Kordell Stewart's career. Stewart remembers that, and now that he is a free agent he wouldn't mind following Mularkey to Buffalo. "This is obviously a situation that is somewhat of a no-brainer, but there are other facets to this," Stewart told the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle when he visited Buffalo on Wednesday. "Going through this (free agent process) the second time, after being with Pittsburgh forever, you know what it's all about. You have to get agents and everybody else involved, all that good stuff. So as excited as I am, I have to step back and get a big picture and full glimpse of what's taken place. Whatever situation I end up in, it's going to be a good situation."
Kansas City Chiefs: Seemingly every offseason the Kansas City Chiefs propose changes to the league's playoff format and the overtime rules. This offseason will be no different. When the NFL's annual meetings begin Monday in Palm Beach, Fla. the Chiefs will ask the league to increase the playoff field by two teams to 14, or seven per conference. They would also like to change the overtime rules to allow for each team to have an offensive possession. The NFL's competition committee has studied the issues. Atlanta GM Rich McKay, the committee's co-chair, told the Kansas City Star the recommendation would be made to owners to defeat both proposals.
MORE NFL HEADLINES
- Seahawks' Lynch at camp after ending holdout
- Rice: 'I made the biggest mistake of my life'
- Manziel on NFL learning curve: It'll take time
- Trump advances in bidding to purchase Bills