Around the NFC South
August, 4, 2009
By Pat Yasinskas | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- As I wrap up my visit to Carolina's camp today, it's time for a quick trip through the headlines on other NFC South teams.
- Thomas DeCoud seems to have the early edge in the battle for the starting job at strong safety. But it's still very early in camp and the Falcons are hoping rookie William Moore can make a surge.
- With Lawyer Milloy gone, free safety Erik Coleman suddenly finds himself as the leader of a very young secondary.
- With receiver Roddy White still holding out, second-year pro Harry Douglas continues to be a standout in camp.
- By the time camp is over, the Falcons will have demolished 600 pounds of bacon and 4,800 pounds of chicken.
- Jeff Duncan writes that guard Jahri Evans just might be the best player on the roster. He's got a good point there.
- First-round pick Malcolm Jenkins remains unsigned, but the Saints have plenty of other options at cornerback.