Posted by Josh Katzowitz
- Andy Benoit, writing for the NY Times, profiles Greg Cosell of NFL Films. You might know Cosell as one of the most knowledgeable (non-coach, non-player) observers in the NFL.
- A cancer survivor and a Packers fan bid $100,000 for a Lambeau Leap Experience later this year. And he has a really good reason for it.
- Former Steelers RB Jerome Bettis said he’s disappointed in James Harrison’s comments in Men’s Journal about his teammates Ben Roethlisberger and Rashard Mendenhall.
- Here’s what happens when the Metrodome stadium roof rises from the grave.
- Falcons fifth-round draft pick Jacquizz Rodgers is taking classes at Oregon State to finish up his degree, just like he, his mom and his uncle had agreed he would. After all, it’s not like he can study his playbook at this point.
- According to Forbes, via PFT, the Cowboys are the second-most valuable sports franchise in the world, worth $1.86 billion. The Redskins ($1.55 billion) and the Patriots ($1.37 billion) come in at fourth and sixth, respectively.
- Former WR Keenan McCardell seems to be enjoying his new line of work.
- Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz says he wouldn’t need much time to prepare for the Hall of Fame game. Like, say, one day.
- A Bengal from the late 1970s named David Turner was killed during a confrontation with California deputies.
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