CBS Sports - Aldon Smith says the 3-4 might be for him
"It was exciting to see [Clay] Mathews, [Lamarr] Woodley and [James] Harrison and the rest of those rush linebackers in the Super Bowl," Smith said. "The 3-4 defense puts their rushers in position to make a lot of plays. I feel with my athleticism I can do a lot of things in that defense. Moving me around so that the offense doesn't know where I'm going to be from snap to snap would really help me fulfill my potential."
NBC Sports - NFL wants its linemen big, but not tall
Mike Tanier says some of this year's offensive linemen look more ready for the NBA frontcourt than the NFL front lines. Sometimes, tall is too tall, especially in the case of Colorado's Nate Solder.
Sporting News - Cam Newton couldn't 'open up' in interview
The Heisman Trophy winner may have sort of aced workouts, but failed at team interviews. Which do you think is more important?