My guess is we'll see a version of the article by John Glennon we got yesterday on Akeem Ayers for everyone from last year's draft class. Here's the Byron Stingily edition, covering the talented rookie's complete absence from the field last season as he continues to convince coaches he's a project worth investing in.
David Boclair makes the case that some, if not most, of Chris Johnson's struggles can be blamed on the absence of Vince Young. While Vince's skill-set (when he had his mind right) certainly made defenses play him in a way that was advantageous to any running back, CJ is certainly more than capable of putting together great years no matter who is in the pocket. If this mobile QB idea does help CJ as much as Boclair, and others, think it does, then that's all the more reason to start Locker next season.
There's no way the Texans are moving Matt Schaub to make room for a still-limp armed Peyton, just as there's no way Schaub sits down in the prime years of his career. This one ain't happening.
Dan McLellan says the Chargers should be targeting Jordan Babineaux.
PFF takes a look at the top veterans over the age of 30 who are headed for free agency.
Sounds like Stanford Routt's visit to Buffalo went well, but he's still scheduled to visit the Titans, Chiefs, Texans and Cowboys over the course of this week.
Wes Bunting takes a long look at Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill, who could be the draft's biggest big-play receiver.
It's already been covered on the site, but in case you missed it, Marcus Robertson has landed with his old boss in Detroit and Chuck Cecil has reunited with Fisher in St. Louis. Interesting to note that both guys landed in positions lower than they left Nashville with...
For those of you that one guy interested in local judicial elections Jeff Fisher endorsed divorce attorney Mike Binkley for judge in Williamson County.
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