Friday, July 2, 2010
BBAO: Haynesworth's influence on Suh
By ESPN.com staff
We're Black and Blue All Over:
In the Los Angeles Times obituary of the legendary coach, Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz says of Don Coryell: "He's one of just a handful of people who had an impact on this game forever. He changed it."
A Q&A with Bears receiver Johnny Knox on what it's like to come from a Division II school to the NFL.
The Lions are concerned about the negative influence the Albert Haynesworth situation could have on first-round draft pick Ndamukong Suh, a source told NFL.com's Jason LaConfora.
Lions safety Marvin White spent some time giving back Thursday in his hometown.
Green Bay Packers
The Buffalo News' Mark Gaughan calls the Packers a "strong, young team" in his preview of the NFC North.
Green Bay's Charles Woodson ranks second and third on two CBSSports.com lists of top cornerbacks.
In case you missed it, Brett Favre was out and about in Hattiesburg Thursday throwing the ball around with the Oak Grove High School team.
In this SI.com piece about players giving back, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson talks about how a trip to Cape Town, South Africa, this offseason has changed him.