Posted by Andy Benoit
Falcons running back Jason Snelling supports the NFLPA but isn’t a fan of the litigation route.
Jeff Fisher’s son, Brandon, is now a member of the Detroit Lions defensive coaching staff.
LaVar Arrington gets what Ray Lewis is saying about the lockout and crime rate.
Fed-up longtime Bengals fan Brett Kostoff gave up his support for the stripes and auctioned off his fandom on Ebay. The winning bid? $510 to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Rex Ryan is getting work-stoppage advice from Joe Gibbs, the greatest work stoppage head coach in NFL history.
Dwayne Jarrett’s DWI trial will be in July. In a non-lockout offseason, that’s usually the time of year when Jarrett starts getting ready for his upcoming six months of underachievement.
Bears cornerback Charles Tillman says the only way to be in football shape is to play football. (In other words, player-organized offseason workouts won’t be good enough come end of summer.)
Chad Ochocinco is claiming he’ll act on Mike Brown’s sarcastic suggestion and take up snake-wrangling.
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