@GHartley5Just spent 70 dollars at Popeyes .... Riddle me that
@Pierre_ThomasI love Chicago!! Outside eating at Gibson's...bout to smash this food
@camjordan94I jus got told to hit the diddy bop... What's tha ham is that?
@michaelombardiWhy is Alex Smith mad at the 49ers? If he had agreed to a deal BEFORE Manning was cut, the 49ers would have never been in the PM sweepstakes
@NateBUSSEY59Cooking on the grill in the back Yard... Man Wat a beautiful day for BBQ
@T_Porter22My first time boiling crawfish, if they don't turn out good I'm gonna be pissed lol, bc I want them just that bad
@MalcolmJenkinsBout to go to church today so I can BE the church for the rest of the week!
@drewbreesI smell upset....Boilermakers and the Jayhawks.....tonight. Can't wait to watch
NFL.com news: Saints players cited in scandal could see delayed penalties
Coach Sean Payton and Saints officials soon will learn their punishment for involvement in the team's "bounty" program, but Steve Wyche reports that sanctions against players could come later.
Saints may have to choose between Brodrick Bunkley and David Hawthorne
But, with limited cap space, the Saints might have to settle for either Bunkley or Hawthone -- not both. So which makes more sense?
New Orleans Saints looking hard at defensive free agents - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Saints seem focused on linebacking core
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NFL.com news: Grossman says he will be 'a good soldier' for 'Skins
After re-signing with the Redskins, Rex Grossman is realistic about his place with the franchise. Washington will likely draft Robert Griffin III next month, and Grossman is ready to help out.
NFL.com news: Niners' Smith reportedly considering letting go of agent Condon
Agent Tom Condon represents Alex Smith and Peyton Manning -- and that might be an issue since the 49ers are pursuing both QBs.
Miami Dolphins desperate for quarterback; visit with Matt Flynn and Alex Smith
The Miami Dolphins are scheduled to visit with quarterback Alex Smith after visiting with Matt Flynn yesterday.
Jim McMahon says NFL lied to players about brain injuries | ProFootballTalk
"We knew what was going on with pretty much every other part of the body," McMahon said on ESPN’s Outside the Lines. "We knew there was going to be a chance for injury. But we didn’t know about the head trauma. And they did, and that’s the whole reason for this lawsuit. . . . They knew about it and they didn’t tell us. That’s like looking in your face and lying to you. Flat-out lying."
San Francisco 49ers get another wide receiver threat; sign Mario Manningham
The San Francisco 49ers have signed wide receiver Mario Manningham to a two-year deal