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- The North Carolina Secretary of State's office sent a search warrant to Bank of America demanding a pile of financial records relating to suspended NFL agent Gary Wichard's financial activity from January 2009 on. This is important to the NFL, because it could -- conceivably -- open up a can of worms with relation to other players, other coaches and pay-for-play accusations. It's way more important to the NCAA side of things, however, because Elaine Marshall's office is currently investigating the big pile of dirty things that happened on Chapel Hill's campus. Of course, Marvin Austin, the guy at the center of this warrant, is about to be an NFL'er, so there's that too.
- Joe Pearson takes a look at how eight prospects for the Panthers No. 1 overall spot fared at the combine.
- Brian Finneran and Brian Williams are not going to be walking in that door, Falcons. But probably because you kicked them out.
- Jason Whitlock had Mike Florio on his podcast and got him to tell the story of how PFT happened. (I'm a media meta guy so I find this stuff interesting.)
- Jordan Palmer will spend the spring throwing to receivers. That is so cute -- he thinks he can be a quarterback!
- Mike McCarthy isn't too worried about Jermichael Finley's return "ruffling the feathers" of the wide receiver corps in Green Bay.
- How aggressive should Jacksonville be in pursuing a quarterback during this year's draft?