Though Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace has been getting a lot of negative attention from his team's fans, he apparently understands why they'd be upset with him, reports Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Wallace, who is having a down year when it comes to yardage and touchdowns despite being targeted more than ever, is in a contract year and may be frustrated with the lack of a paycheck and with the switch from offensive coordinator Bruce Arians to Todd Haley.
Of the fans' frustrations, Wallace said, "Anything I do is going to be magnified -- good, bad, it doesn't matter," and that, "Whatever happens, I take full responsibility for it."
Apparently, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was "stunned" when he heard that offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was fired, writes Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun.
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer discusses the friendship and common experiences between Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid. The two teams meet in Philadelphia tonight.
Bleacher Report's David Campbell gives us 10 keys to a Bengals victory over the Eagles.
Tom Reed of the Cleveland Plain Dealer profiles the relationship between Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson and Washington Redskins first-year back Alfred Morris, who both hail from the same hometown.
Andy McNamara of Bleacher Report details 10 free agents and draft-eligible players the Browns should focus on in 2013.
Ralph N. Paulk of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review takes a look at what Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall's future may hold.
Bleacher Report's Nick DeWitt says that the Steelers' offensive inefficiency will result in the team missing the playoffs this year.