Saints Mailbag: Cornerback competition will be intense behind starters Greer, Porter | NOLA.com
Mailbag also includes question on Shaun Rogers
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New Orleans Saints in the near future to fit pieces in the puzzle | NOLA.com
It will be a frenzy to sign free agents
AROUND THE LEAGUE:
Urlacher rips Soldier Field turf, London game, Dhani Jones’ bow tie | ProFootballTalk
Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher had plenty to say in a radio interview Thursday morning, talking about the sorry state of the sod at Soldier Field, explaining why he doesn't want to play in London this season and firing back at criticisms leveled by Dhani Jones.
Ed Reed: I’d retire before having Peyton Manning’s neck surgeries | ProFootballTalk
Ravens safety Ed Reed will turn 33 as he enters his 10th NFL season in September, and he's giving serious thought to the toll that injuries have taken on him.
Bills are trying to make Buffalo more enticing to the next owner | ProFootballTalk
The Buffalo Bills have inched to the top of the "most likely to move to L.A." list, given that AEG now intends not only to host a team in the stadium it wants to build but also to own that team.
Kenny Britt’s next court date set for July 12 | ProFootballTalk
Titans receiver Kenny Britt is scheduled to appear in a New Jersey courtroom on July 12 on disorderly conduct charges, in the latest of a long line of off-field stories centering on Britt in the last few months.
Adrian Peterson apologizes for missing football camp | ProFootballTalk
In what we hope will be the final chapter of the Adrian Peterson Football Camp story, Peterson himself has offered an apology for the fact that he's not attending the camp.
Report: Wednesday talks were "very fruitful" | ProFootballTalk
At a time when the ongoing labor situation is making many of us feel like vegetables, Sal Paolantonio of ESPN reports that Wednesday's session between the league and the players was "very fruitful." Paolantonio also reports that it's expected the talks will continue until a deal is reached.
With trust restored, talks turn to issues other than revenue split | ProFootballTalk
After a fairly quiet Wednesday, labor news is breaking like a brittle-boned boxer. First, Sal Paolantonio of ESPN reported that Wednesday's talks were "very fruitful." Next, Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com reports that the players would be receiving an update on the CBA discussions.