At long last, as the final 10 players in the Top 100 Players of 2012 will be unveiled tonight at 8 p.m. est on the NFL Network.
After 143 years, college football is finally getting its playoff. A four-team playoff for college football has been approved by a presidential oversight committee and will begin in 2014 and continue through the 2025 season. The four teams will be chosen by a selection committee, the semifinals will be held at current bowl sites, and the national championship game will be awarded to the highest bidder.
Giants DT Chris Canty didn’t participate at all in the offseason program, due to knee surgery, but is now saying he’s on track to return to on the field work when training camp opens.
As Browns DT Phil Taylor recovers from his torn pectoral, he still expects to play at some point during the 2012 season.
After injuries and inconsistency derailed the Kansas City Chiefs last season, Matt Cassell believes the team is ready to return to the playoffs as he has high expectations for his team.
Drew Brees insisted Tuesday that he would “never sit out the season.”
Bears LB Lance Briggs believes on paper, his team has the looks of a Super Bowl champion.
Maurice Jones-Drew believes he could catch Emmitt Smith as the NFL’s all-time leading rusher.
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