• ESPN NFL insider Chris Mortensen says the NFC East definitely has more question marks this year. Plus, Mortensen shares his take on the Darrelle Revis situation.
• ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter explains the issues Jets CB Darrelle Revis will face with his holdout. Plus, the biggest thing Schefter has seen in camps so far is the quiet confidence the Bengals have right now. Adam Schefter
• ESPN NFL analyst Mark Schlereth says Washington Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth should be embarrassed that he hasn't passed a conditioning test yet. Mark Schlereth
• ESPN reporter Sal Paolantonio updates the latest on Darrelle Revis' holdout. The Jets are boxed in because of the uncertain CBA and Revis is betting the team won't be able to run their aggressive defense without him. Sal Paolantonio
• Chicago Bears LB Lance Briggs says the defense is ready to get back to applying pressure on the offense. The team knows they'll have doubters, but they're ready.
• Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice says QB Joe Flacco has developed into a far more vocal leader than he used to be. Plus, Rice says he wants to gain over 2,000 all-purpose yards this year. Ray Rice
• Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic preview the season for the Chicago Bears, answering the five biggest questions facing the team. Greeny predicts a 6-10 record for the Bears, while Golic says 5-11. Chicago Bears
• Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic preview the season for the Baltimore Ravens, answering the five biggest questions facing the team. Greeny predicts a 11-5 record for the Ravens, while Golic says 10-6. Baltimore Ravens
• ESPN MLB analyst John Kruk talks about the conditioning MLB players go through in spring training. Plus, Kruk says the Yankees' acquisition of pitcher Kerry Wood as the best deal at the deadline. John Kruk
• ESPN MLB insider Buster Olney says baseball is trying to make the Rangers look better to buyers by helping them pay for the players they acquired. Olney also discusses the winners and losers from the trade deadline. Buster Olney