First of all, today is my birthday. I’m 34. Where are my presents, jerks?
ALL NFC EAST
Jason admittedly lifted this from ESPN’s NFC West blogger, Mike Sando, but it’s a very fun read, and I think he got them all right.
He was asked directly about Dez.
My favorite, as an Eagles fan, was the Bryan McCann long INT return against the Giants.
Calvin assumes the reader knows that the Cowboys reportedly had an offer on the table from the Jaguars in which the Cowboys would move back from 10 to 16, and pick up the Jags’ 2nd round pick in the process (49th overall). Had they made that move, the thinking was that they would have taken Mark Ingram at 16. I may be writing about this in a day or two, by the way.
(Redskins, Giants, and Eagles after the jump)…
I think Brandon likes himself, as evidenced by that tattoo across his stomach.
Transcribed interview by Steinberg here. Transcribing interviews sucks, by the way, if you’ve ever done it. Good work here by Dan (Steinberg, that is). I don’t think any “high days” are on the horizon with John Beck as the QB.
The Redskins come in at #4. Last year was the year. Personally, I don’t think there will Hard Knocks… at all… in 2011.
“Brewer — a starter at Indiana at right tackle — said he “saw an article” in which Reese “was kind of hinting at me possibly playing left tackle,” alluding to comments Reese made immediately after the draft. “So I’ve been doing drills and position work mainly at left tackle,” Brewer said.
Good thing Reese didn’t joke about the 323-pound Brewer playing running back.”
Jason Pierre-Paul makes the list
Smith has been training in Los Angeles but he says he could be back in the New Jersey area in June for workouts organized by Shaun O’Hara, one of the team’s leaders and Players Association representative.
Sorry guys, but McCoy over Bradshaw is a no-brainer.
Kolb says he “won’t be a turd.”
With Leonard Weaver’s career potentially over, Tommy examines the upcoming competition between Owen Schmitt and Stanley Havili
Antonio Dixon makes the list