Thursday, June 23, 2011
Around the NFC West: McKillop on track
By ESPN.com staff
Quarterbacks, free agency and a look back at the draft are topics that are discussed by Paul Calvisi, Darren Urban, and Ron Wolfley in the latest podcast on the team's website.
Cardinals safety Kerry Rhodes, in an in-depth Q&A with FOXSportsArizona.com, on the Cardinals in 2011: "We’re a couple players away from being right back in the mix and contending for a title. We have a nice mix of veterans and young guys, so if we can come out and attack it the way we can, barring any major injuries, we’ll be right back in it.”
San Francisco 49ers
Linebacker Scott McKillop appears to be on track to be cleared to practice if training camp opens at the end of July.
Niners Nation profiles the kickers who might be available once free agency starts.
Seahawks.com looks back on the 1994 season, which culminated with Tom Flores being fired.
Art Thiel weighs in on the nickname that is inevitably going to stick with the renaming of the Seahawks' stadium: the Clink.
St. Louis Rams
Nick Wagoner breaks down Rams rookie safety Jonathan Nelson, who says he grew up a Tennessee Titans fan and recalls being upset following the Rams' victory in Super Bowl XXXIV.
Rodger Saffold calls himself a "new breed of left tackle. We're almost like bigger tight ends. With defensive ends getting lighter and faster, we have to do the same, but still keep our power."