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Touring The Nation: Around The NFL, SB Nation Style


As we try to do occasionally during the offseason, let's go Touring the Nation and see what some of the other fine football writers around the SB Nation network are writing about.

Worst-To-First: Which NFL Team Can Make The Jump In 2012? -
Eight teams finished in last in their division in 2011. Which teams can make the jump from worst-to-first next season?

Miami Dolphins' Hard Knocks to Debut August 7 - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins announced today that they will be the team featured on the 2012 edition of NFL Films and HBO's Hard Knocks. The series, returning for it's seventh season, has a five-episode run, with the fastest turnaround from filming to air in reality TV. The first show will debut at 10pm EDT on August 7. Each hour long episode will then air eaech Tuesday night, with an encore showing on the following Wednesday at 11pm EDT. The final episode will air September 4, the day before the NFL season starts.

Brent Celek Feels "Fixed" - Bleeding Green Nation
One of the under the radar injury issues last season were those suffered by Brent Celek.

Dallas Cowboys Roster: Who'll Be This Year's Surprise Cut? - Blogging The Boys
Cowboys training camp may be more competitive than ever this year, resulting in some surprise cuts after training camp.

Reggie McKenzie drafts players in his own image - Silver And Black Pride
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie says he drafts players like himself.

More Revisionist Colts History From Bill Polian - Stampede Blue
Bill Polian continues to lie, make stuff up about the Colts.

PFT Founder Mike Florio's Character Assassination of Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin is Out of Line - Behind the Steel Curtain
PFT's assumption-based attack on Steelers coach Mike Tomlin after his William & Mary Hall of Fame induction speech shows again the agenda the league's controlled information outlet is following.

John Harbaugh Not Concerned About Ray Rice's Preparations - Baltimore Beat Down
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice remains unsigned in hopes of securing a long-term contract, but in the meantime, head coach John Harbaugh is not concerned about Rice's preparations.

Will The St. Louis Rams Consider Albert Haynesworth? - Turf Show Times
Will the St. Louis Rams consider Albert Haynesworth? They just might.

Lions Really Don't Want Nick Fairley, Titus Young Speaking To Media - Pride Of Detroit
The Lions had team security escort Nick Fairley and Titus Young off the practice field so they could avoid the media on Tuesday.

Forte's Use of Twitvid to Dispel Rumors Displays Thin Skin - Windy City Gridiron
Matt Forte took to Twitvid to try to dispel concerns about his knees. But was that the right idea?