Tuesday, June 11, 2013
NFC North links: Remembering Lombardi
By ESPN.com staff
Defensive end Shea McClellin has been dealing with plantar fasciitis this offseason. However, he is not expected to be limited when the team continues workouts on Tuesday.
Steve Rosenbloom of the Chicago Tribune: "How difficult had [Jay] Cutler become? For those of you scoring at home, Cutler has warred to some degree with the ousted Ron Turner, the ousted Mike Martz and the ousted [Mike] Tice. Raise your hand if you think Cutler’s coach-killing doomsday clock just moved one more closer to the end. There are two common denominators here: One, Turner, Martz and Tice have not been snapped up as OC’s in the NFL, and two, Cutler. Just because the offensive coordinators haven’t been hired for that role by other teams doesn’t mean Cutler isn’t impossible to work with."
Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press previews the Lions' minicamp.
Cortland Finnegan was on the Lions' radar in 2012, but the two sides were unable to work out a deal.
Green Bay Packers
Hall of Fame running back Paul Hornung remembers Vince Lombardi on what would have been the coach's 100th birthday.
A passion for the game helps Ryan Pickett continue to thrive in Dom Capers’ 3-4 defensive scheme.
Former Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is focusing on the future and leaving the drama back in Minnesota.
Wide receiver Stephen Burton is out to prove he can contribute to the team's offense.