Packers release linebacker Desmond Bishop. He will have suitors. The first visit is to the Packers' rival, the Vikings. From there, keep an eye on the Chiefs, along with the Raiders. Both need linebackers and both are run by personnel men who used to be in Green Bay.
Snoop Lion wants Michael Vick to start. Breaking?
Mile High Report interviews Von Miller. For someone who gets a lot of them, Miller isn't big on sacks. "I've never really been big on sacks," Miller said. "I know I get some sacks, but for me, it's just trying to be the best linebacker I can possibly be. Play the run, be stout up front, drop back in coverage and just be the best linebacker I can be. I never just try to do one thing. I just try to do my role and do as many things as I can and increase our team's chances of winning.Read more about that, the two rookies that are standing out to him and where the Broncos defense is headed over at Mile High Report.
More Vikings games in London? In 2014 and 2015, it's a possibility. Daily Norseman takes a look at recent comments from a Vikings official to determine what it means.
Hard Knocks debuts August 6. "With playoff appearances three of the past four seasons, the Bengals have built a terrific young team and we are extremely grateful to both Coach Marvin Lewis and the entire organization for agreeing to participate," HBO said in a statement. Cincy Jungle has complete coverage.
Yahoo! gets in on the 49ers stadium. Yahoo! has been named the exclusive online sports content, social networking, and photo and video sharing partner for Levi's Stadium, the San Francisco 49ers new stadium. I wonder what the fantasy football lounge is like...
Were you wondering what Brian Bosworth thought about RGIII's injury? Then Hogs Haven has a story for you...
True of false: The Colts have had the best offseason. Stampede Blue weighs in: "I think it's safe to say that the Indianapolis Colts are the winners of the 2013 offseason."
Music City Miracles reader goes bowling with the Titans.
"That is Gregg Williams talking with Kenny Britt while Chris Johnson, Kendall Wright, Delanie Walker and Fernando Velasco look on," Music City Miracles writes. "It was a "heated" discussion about how Kenny Britt was going to dominate the defense at training camp....Coach Williams said that he has a Super Bowl ring that says it won't happen. It really was awesome seeing these guys interact like this."
Arian Foster's injury is no big deal. Battle Red Blog passes along word that he expects to be ready for training camp.
The Chargers receivers will be better. Danario Alexander didn't join the team until Week 8 last year and he was the second leading receiver. Keenan Allen is in the fold. Danny Woodhead is a threat out of the backfield. Bolts From The Blue has five reasons San Diego's receivers will be better.
EJ Manuel speaks to SB Nation. From the NFLPA Rookie Premiere last month:
Who is Baltimore's biggest rival? Baltimore Beatdown says not to be so fast to sat Pittsburgh. New England deserves some consideration. Baltimore Beatdown readers choose the Steelers convincingly in this poll.
Breaking down Cleveland's quarterbacks. Brandon Weeden is your starter. Dawgs By Nature readers predict Jason Campbell will end training camp as the No. 2. Full analysis can be seen here.
So, Richard Sherman is pretty good. Field Gulls: "I've heard one particular little tidbit making the rounds over the past few days, and what several members of the local media have been saying is that nobody can remember a single play in which Richard Sherman allowed a completion this whole offseason - OTAs & mini-camps combined. Um. Holy crap."