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- Charles Woodson's a pretty darn good cornerback, in case you didn't know. But he's apparently a better teammate, because he recently said that he'd be willing to switch to safety if the Packers could land Nnamdi Asomugha (and it was the best thing for the team). Woodson's already got his title and his Heisman and his NFL DPOY, but apparently none of that matters if he can keep doing what he needs to do in order to help his team win. Pretty awesome, really.
- The NFL has agreed to unseal some documents in the media fees case after the NFLPA requested it. They didn't unseal all of the documents requested by the NFLPA, however. That's cool, though, because, you know, negotiations are about compromise. AHEM.
- The Cardinals won't be able to franchise Larry Fitzgerald in 2012, per Steve Wyche, which could mean trouble if they don't go ahead and lock him down with an extension.
- The Packers are raising ticket prices by $2-$4 per game next year, though it's not supposed to mess with their sellout streak. They are the defending world champs after all.
- The Steelers might consider using their transition tag on Ike Taylor, who would probably fetch a pretty penny on the open market. And who's departure would be not good for a Steelers' secondary that struggled a lot last year.
- Not NFL-related, but I wish that someone would make more sandwiches for football players. I love sports-related sandwiches. This Carmelo Anthony one just makes no sense, unless it's symbolizing the level of annoyance with 'Melo by the time he was finally traded.
- Brandon Jackson of the Packers has flipped from Gary Wichard -- suspended! -- to Drew Rosenhaus as his agent. Thrilling, I know.