No Broncos news from the Post today - I suppose the snow knocked out everyone's internet connections? Well, here's hoping all of you in CO are warm and safe. I guess we'll make today's Horse Tracks a special Raiders edition since Grandpa Al was in the MSM's focus yesterday...
NYDN - Jets safety Kerry Rhodes wasn't impressed with Jay Cutler's attitude when they faced off in November and wouldn't be too excited for Jay to join him in NY.
SFG - The Raiders have added two more assistant coaches and are expected to add a third shortly.
SFG - Raiders
#1 bust quarterback JaMarcus Russell showed up for workouts.
SFC - Ray Ratto wishes (like every Oakland fan) that it actually was the past right now for the Raiders.
FOX - FOX Sports breaks down the Raiders' draft needs with Steve Corkran from the Contra Costa Times.
NFL - A Dallas cop pulled over Texans RB Ryan Moats and his family as they were rushing to visit Moats' mother-in-law on her deathbed. The officer reportedly drew his gun and threatened to take Moats to jail for driving through a red light. The officer has been place on paid leave.
NFL - Safety Pierson Prioleau has followed DC Gregg Williams to New Orleans, where Prioleau will join Williams for the fourth time.
JS - The Packers have signed former Bills guard/center Duke Preston.
JAX - The Jaguars hosted recently-cut WR Torry Holt.
SI - Troy Aikman has become a part-owner of the San Diego Padres.
Y! - Jason Cole says the NFL will miss Dan Rooney and Jerry Richardson's leadership during labor negotiations.
NFL - Steve Wyche tries to match up some veteran free-agents with new teams.
ESPN - Now that there's no QB-drama news emanating from Denver, let's dig up a different one! How about Donovan and Andy?
NFL - Mike Mayock updated his list of the top-20 prospects.
NFP - Wes Bunting points out that 1st-round QBs with sub-60% completion rates in college don't do well in the pros (although he doesn't tell us how QBs with better percentages fare).
CBS - Although they're not at the level of the 2008 Class, Frank Cooney expects several OTs to go early in the '09 Draft.
NFL - NFLN looks at potential sleepers for the draft.
SI - Kerry Byrne from ColdHardFootballFacts.com is tired of the miconception that AFL teams featured more wide-open, more aggressive and more successful passing offenses than their NFL counterparts.