Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Around the NFC South
By Pat Yasinskas
Here’s a detailed look at Atlanta’s cornerback situation. Dunta Robinson was brought in to be the top guy, but all the other jobs are up for grabs.
Tom Sorensen takes a look at new Carolina fullback Tony Fiammetta, but it also is a look back at former Carolina fullback Brad Hoover, who was a big presence on this team for a decade.
The Saints gave punter Thomas Morstead some work as the place-kicker Tuesday. But Garrett Hartley, who was given a day of rest, doesn’t have anything to worry about. Morstead isn’t all that accurate and only would be used in an emergency situation.
Tampa Bay’s Stylez G. White has his eyes on a season with double-digit sacks. Pretty lofty goal for a defensive end who never has come close to that level. But White’s got a point when he points to Tampa Bay’s upgrades in the middle of the defensive line. Having guys like Gerald McCoy and Brian Price in the interior could make life a lot better for the ends.