Posted by Josh Katzowitz
- Patriots OT Matt Light is upset that his owner, Bob Kraft, wasn’t present at the labor negotiations in Washington. Instead Kraft was on a trade mission to Israel and the United Kingdom.
- Former Browns CB Frank Minnifield gives us a history lesson about the 1987 players strike, the last time the NFL went through a work stoppage.
- Before he was against the 18-game schedule, Bears LB Lance Briggs actually seemed like he was in favor of it. Or, at least, he didn’t mind it.
- The NFL owners meetings are this week in New Orleans. Saints owner Tom Benson just wants to be a gracious host.
- Here’s an update on former Patriots DE Jarvis Green and whether he’s going to continue playing football. Right now, he says he’s “in between.”
- Should Broncos QB Tim Tebow (or Kyle Orton, for that matter) be worried that Denver’s front office – which holds the No. 2 pick in next month’s NFL draft – is checking out Jake Locker, Cam Newton, Blaine Gabbert and Ryan Mallett? Maybe, but probably not.
- Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick is drawing interest from plenty of teams. And a bit of trivia on him: did you know he could throw a baseball 94 mph?
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