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- The Jaguars official website is already writing about training camp battles and that's good news I guess. Not as good news is the fact that the site also believes Rashad Jennings could "see more carries in an effort to ease the burden on starter Maurice Jones-Drew." That's bad news because it's kind of starting to sound like MJD isn't in the healthiest of conditions these days.
- Tony Gonzalez of the Falcons told Pro Football Weekly that he's "taking it one year at a time" when it comes to retirement. Read: If Atlanta wins a Super Bowl, he's out.
- Gene Chizik, head coach at Auburn, has some really nice words for new Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. As he should, since Cam put Chizik on his shoulders en route to a BCS Championship.
- Santana Moss is really interested in signing "quickly" with the Redskins once free agency starts. Clearly no one told him about the quarterback situation.
- Albert Breer of the NFL Network is sitting on the side of the street in New York (like, literally) waiting on lockout-related news. Here's his latest update.
- SB Nation Atlanta reports that Sean Weatherspoon is going above and beyond what he needs to do during the lockout, getting together with Missouri teammates to workout. I have an unholy amount of love for 'Spoon and I'm hoping it doesn't manifest itself in an ill-advised DPOY pick this preseason.
- Tim Lynch of Mile High Report takes a look back at the "seas of change" that have come over the Denver Broncos organization in the last five years.
- Holy Moses -- Josh Kirkendall of Cincy Jungle did some statistical snooping with the help of Cold Hard Football Facts and found out that Carson Palmer's interceptions thrown accounted for a whopping 16.7 percent of all the points the Bengals allowed last year.
- The Bucs promoted college scouting director Dennis Hickey to director of player personnel.