A light news day today, so let's get right to it, shall we?!
Is Vols' Eric Berry worth a top-10 pick? | National Football Post
Is there a risk in drafting a safety in the top 10 of the NFL Draft? That’s the concern surrounding the University of Tennessee’s Eric Berry as we descend on the month of April.
Santonio Holmes facing civil lawsuit for alleged nightclub incident | National Football Post
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes has been hit with a civil lawsuit for assault and battery,a legal action stemming from an alleged March 7 incident at an Orlando nightclub.
49ers say one thing, do another with Singletary | National Football Post
The club will kick off OTA’s today in order to get a better look at the linemen before the draft. But coach Mike Singletary will not be there to see it happen. An OTA without a head coach? Yep. Singletary hit the road on Sunday with Trent Baalke, the new/temporary overseer of all matters personnel, on a three-day scouting trip in advance of the draft.
Report: Shanahan likes some of the holdover linemen | National Football Post
The Washington Redskins’ low key approach to free agency caught a lot of people off guard, especially those looking to have their wallets lined, but the focus it seems has been on the offensive line.
Bradford's pro day is upon us | National Football Post
Quarterback Sam Bradford—who many believe will be the first pick off the board in next month’s draft—will work out for NFL personnel in Norman today.
Miami pro day results | National Football Post
The Miami Hurricanes—who produced 26 first-round draft picks last decade—held their annual pro day workout on Friday despite some south Florida rain that began near the end of the event.
Vikings to meet with Montgomery | National Football Post
Defensive end Mike Montgomery is expected to meet with the Vikings in Minnesota on Monday, according to Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Agent: Moreno works out for Bills | National Football Post
The Buffalo Bills worked out former NFL linebacker Zeke Moreno, according to his agent, Orlando Castano.
Roethlisberger reportedly told to stay away from offseason program | National Football Post
With a sexual assault investigation hanging over his head, star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's presence isn't welcome at this time at the Pittsburgh Steelers' offseason training program.
Jared Gaither: | National Football Post
Jared Gaither is looking forward to rejoining his teammates Monday at the Baltimore Ravens’ training complex for the offseason conditioning program, and the towering offensive tackle is determined to prove that he’s been working hard.
Trading McNabb makes too much sense not to happen
For weeks I've been of the opinion that the Eagles shouldn't part with Donovan McNabb because their window is still open and he's the quarterback that gives Philadelphia its best chance to get back to the Super Bowl. It's a quarterback-driven league and you simply don't see teams give up on established quarterbacks unless, like Kurt Warner in St. Louis and New York, they seem to have lost their Mojo.
Dickerson's stock continues to rise after dominating at combine
Scouts love the month of March because they get an opportunity to trek across the country in hopes of discovering a hidden gem that has been overlooked by the scouting community.
New Cardinals LB Porter arrested on suspicion of drunken driving
Authorities say Arizona Cardinals linebacker Joey Porter has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and accused of assaulting an officer and resisting arrest.
Roundup: Browns to develop Cribbs as wideout "
The Browns signed Josh Cribbs to a new three-year contract worth up to $20 million earlier this month. That shows the worth of Cribbs, who has been used as a wide receiver, a return man, a running back and a Wildcat quarterback.
Jim Kelly as Buffalo Bills diplomat? Tweet says Tim Tebow dined - ESPN
Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly kick-started his public campaign to pull his former team back into the NFL fold Sunday night.