Another Wednesday has arrived boys and girls, and it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines around the NFL, but first let me apologize for not being around much lately. The NHL Draft is literally consuming my life, and I am getting ready to make the trip to Montreal on Friday to cover the Draft for SBNation. But I'm ready for a brief respite from hockey, so let's talk some football.
- Despite the Lions drafting Matt Stafford, Lions QB Daunte Culpepper says he intends to be better than he's ever been.
- Sources say Brett Favre will be at Vikings training camp. I hate like hell to even bring up the subject, but its news, so it is what it is. Favre is determined to stick it to his "Great White Whale" in Wisconsin.
- The Commish issued a warning to NFL teams: he's going to continue to be tough on NFL employees.
- Coaching Security: Who has it, and who doesn't?
- NBC Sports looks at the best and worst moves of the off-season.
- The Journal News makes a great point about the sham of a sentence Dante Stallworth received, saying that a human life shouldn't be worth less than a dog's.
- This one is a few days old, but Clark Judge talks about Mike Holmgren's next move.
Finally, I am once again following in Ed's footsteps (he'll never shake me), and doing a radio show tonight on Blog Talk Radio at 6 PM. One of my co-writers Joe Fortunato will be joining me, should be a lot of fun. If you have a chance, give it a listen, and feel free to call in to chat about the Rangers, NHL Draft, and if you really want to cheese off Joe, the Giants and Mets. (He's an Eagles-Yankees fan)