Making the NFC West rounds on a Sunday - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Taking a spin around the NFC West on this fifth Sunday in March:
Cardinals reportedly won't overpay for Carson Palmer - NFL.com
The Arizona Cardinals have some interest in Carson Palmer, but they've learned a lesson from their mistakes of the past. The team reportedly won't be giving up much to acquire the quarterback.
Terry Pluto's Talkin' ... about the Browns' QB status, the Tribe's new igniter and Byron Scott's tough season | cleveland.com
The most recent time the Browns truly had a "fair" quarterback competition was 2009. It was Eric Mangini's first season as coach, between Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson.
How Jake Long Will Make Life Easier for Sam Bradford | Bleacher Report
Ever since drafting Sam Bradford No. 1 overall in 2010, the St. Louis Rams have been looking for an All-Pro blind-side protector...
Avril looks forward to playing for “super hyped” coach | ProFootballTalk
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has a reputation for being enthusiastic and high energy. One of his newest players has experience that directly.
Will QBs be shut out of first round of 2013 NFL Draft? - CBSSports
With three of the teams thought likely to be considering a QB early in the NFL Draft instead adding veterans recently, could Geno Smith, Matt Barkley and the rest of the 2013 crop of passers slip out of the first round entirely?
RG3 says Obama told him to protect himself | ProFootballTalk
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan recently said he wants quarterback Robert Griffin III to learn how to slide. Shanahan isn’t the only decision-maker in Washington, D.C., who feels that way.
Wow, Now That's Rich '13 - Free Agency Update - Rotoworld.com
Evan Silva exposes the 15 most overpaid players of the 2013 Free Agency Period -- like Cary Williams and Delanie Walker.
Are Pick Sixes becoming more common in college football, too?
On Thursday, I looked at the increase in pick sixes per interception in the NFL. Brian Fremeau asked if that was also going on at the college level, so let’s take a look.