Friday, March 18, 2011
BBAO: Sundays without the NFL
By ESPN.com staff
We're Black and Blue All Over:
Dan McNeil ponders what it would be like not being able to watch the Bears on Sundays this coming fall.
Bears special-teams coordinator Dave Toub this week returned from Italy where he conducted a special-teams clinic for football coaches from Italy, Germany and Switzerland.
The New York Times' Fifth Down Blog takes a look back on what went right and wrong for the Lions in 2010.
Florida offensive lineman Mike Pouncey and Pittsburgh defensive end Greg Romeus visited with the Lions on Thursday.
Green Bay Packers
Count Aaron Rodgers and Greg Jennings among those whose wallets will take a hit if the lockout prevents them from participating in 85 percent of the team's offseason workouts.
Green Bay Press-Gazette sports editor Mike Vandermause touches on a variety of topics in his latest chat with readers.
South Carolina defensive back Chris Culliver will reportedly make a pre-draft visit with the Vikings.
The Pioneer Press' Tom Powers: "With one slip of the tongue, Adrian Peterson irrevocably has altered public perception with regard to the NFL labor situation. A.P. has accomplished the seemingly impossible: He has made the bad guys look good. Or at least better."