#NFL News and Notes - January 25, 2011

Here's a quick spin around the NFL, beginning with the Super Bowl teams.

Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Casey Hampton wants to win a Super Bowl in his home state, writes Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Already in possession of a Super Bowl ring, fullback John Kuhn wants to win one with the Green Bay Packers.

NFL News and Notes

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was a unanimous AP All-Pro.

Despite questionable play-calling, New York Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer will be retained this off-season.

The Buffalo Bills' coaching staff is busy at the Senior Bowl.

Miami Dolphins defensive end Randy Starks is headed to the Pro Bowl.

Three Baltimore Ravens were chosen for the AP All-Pro team.

Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack is headed to the Pro Bowl, while left tackle Joe Thomas picked up a third All-Pro nod.

Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown has no interest in trading Carson Palmer.

Meanwhile, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay gave away a free trip to the Super Bowl to one of his followers on Twitter.

Tennessee Titans safety Michael Griffin is a second-team All-Pro.

Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Gene Smith says the team scouts the player, not the school he went to.

The Houston Texans' backfield was named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press.

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles and wide receiver Dwayne Bowe were All-Pros in 2010.

Denver Broncos head coach John Fox has hired Dennis Allen to coordinate their defense.

San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers feels Jay Cutler's pain, reports Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Oakland Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and punter Shane Lechler were named to the All-Pro team.

Running back/kick returner Leon Washington was the only Seattle Seahawks player to receive an All-Pro vote.

San Francisco 49ers inside linebacker Patrick Willis is on a Hall of Fame path, writes Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com.

Pittsburgh advancing to the Super Bowl is holding up the Arizona Cardinals' search for a defensive coordinator , writes Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic.

Two members of the St. Louis Rams finished games this season with MCL injuries, writes Brian Stull of 101ESPN.com.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has a grade II tear of the MCL in his left knee, reports Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux took a northern detour to the NFL.

Detroit Lions first-round defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was the only rookie on the AP All-Pro team.

New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese discussed Plaxico Burress and the comments by his two safeties from last week.

The Philadelphia Eagles are running out of defensive coordinator candidates.

Washington Redskins linebackers London Fletcher and Brian Orakpo were added to the NFC's Pro Bowl roster on Monday.

Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones is focused on the upcoming draft and hosting Super Bowl XLV.

New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams isn't over the loss to the Seahawks.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers left tackle Donald Penn is headed to his first Pro Bowl this week.

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White and defensive end John Abraham were named first-team All-Pro.

Carolina Panthers linebacker Dan Connor ran for the first time on Monday since hip surgery last November.

Today's NFL birthdays: Bill fullback Corey McIntyre (32) and linebacker Reggie Torbor (30), Bengals offensive tackle Andre Smith (24), Patriots running back Danny Woodhead (26), Giants cornerback Woodny Turenne (24), Eagles tight end Brent Celek (26), 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis (26), free agent running backs Justin Fargas (31) and Justin Vincent (28), and offensive tackle Andrew Tyshovnytsky (23).

Hall of Fame kicker Lou Groza would have turned 87 today.

Retired wide receivers Vincent "Ultimate" Brisby (40), Mark Duper (52), and Alfred Jenkins (59), punter Jeff Gossett (54), defensive lineman and current NFLPA Senior Director of Former Players Nolan Harrison (42), offensive linemen Adam Meadows (37), Mark Schlereth (45) and John Wade (36), and wide receiver/kick returner Kevin Williams (40).

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