Around the league
All-Pro team: Quarterback Tom Brady of the Patriots is the leading vote-getter for The Associated Press 2010 NFL All-Pro Team, the seventh straight year at least one player has gotten every vote. Joining Brady in the backfield is Houston running back Arian Foster and Kansas City's Jamaal Charles. Detroit rookie defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh made the team.
Cincinnati Bengals: Owner Mike Brown said on Monday that quarterback Carson Palmer had asked for a trade a little more than a week ago. Brown told Palmer that the team wouldn't trade him because he's central to its plans.
Chicago Bears: General Manager Jerry Angelo made it clear Monday he'd like to keep head coach Lovie Smith around after the team advanced to the NFC Championship Game. Angelo plans to talk to Smith about a contract extension.
New York Jets: Cornerback Antonio Cromartie used an expletive to describe union and NFL leaders Monday in his latest profanity-filled rant, saying the two sides need to get together and reach an agreement.
Pro Bowl: Two ex-Buffalo Bills have been added to the roster for the game. Veteran Minnesota cornerback Antoine Winfield has been added to the NFC roster for the Pro Bowl. He'll be joined by Washington's London Fletcher. He takes the place of Chicago's Brian Urlacher, who is out with an injury.
Compiled from News and wire service reports.