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Touring The Nation: Thursday evening edition

Let's take a quick Thursday evening tour of SB Nation to see what the other football writers around these parts are discussing.

Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III

Here are a few links from around SB Nation for your enjoyment this Thursday evening.

Robert Griffin III: Redskins Quarterback Hopes to be Ready for Training Camp - Hogs Haven
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III says explosive sprinting and cutting will come in the next couple of weeks, and that he hopes to be ready for training camp on July 25.

Ron Jaworski says Chip Kelly's offense won't work - Bleeding Green Nation
Ron Jaworski was a guest of 97.5 The Fanatic earlier this week and talked about his level of optimism for the Chip Kelly era. Prepare yourselves... it's not very high.

Cowboys 4-3 Defense: Which Players Are The Worst Fits? - Blogging The Boys
As the Cowboys begins OTAs, reports are coming out about certain players who pundits think will excel in the new scheme. This begs the question: which holdovers on defense are least likely to excel? Who are the worst fits for the new scheme?

Michael Crabtree injury: How would a major injury affect Arizona Cardinals WR corp? - Revenge of the Birds
With Crabtree down for the Niners, how would things look if Larry Fitzgerald were to suffer a similar serious injury?

Brian Urlacher retirement: Is he a first-ballot Hall of Famer? -
Brian Urlacher called it a career on Wednesday and his next stop should be Canton, but will he make it into the Hall of Fame on his first ballot?

Mark Sanchez: Anonymous Player Says 80-90 Percent of Team Wants Somebody Else at Quarterback - Gang Green Nation
Our old friend, anonymous, has popped up again with comments about Mark Sanchez per Mike Freeman.

This from a Jets player, who asked not to be identified: "Everyone on the team likes Mark personally but there's a general feeling among some of the players that maybe it's time to give someone else a chance." The player went on to say that he estimates that 80-90 percent of the team feels the same way he does.

Sean Payton surpasses Bill Belichick as highest paid U.S. coach -
Bill Belichick might be the best coach in the NFL, but he's no longer the highest paid, according to Forbes.