Let's spend part of our Friday afternoon touring SB Nation's other football sites to find out what they are writing about as spring stretches toward summer and football season creeps closer.
The NFL this week stripped the Baltimore Ravens of one week of OTAs, and fined both the team and coach John Harbaugh for a violation of the rules not allowing full pads at OTA practices. Baltimore Beatdown readers think the Ravens got the punishment they deserved.
Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert could miss regular season time after undergoing surgery for an ankle injury he suffered in the Pro Bowl. That, in my view, is one of the many reasons why the Pro Bowl is a ridiculous and unnecessary event. Cincy Jungle looks at players who might step up in Eifert's absence.
Former quarterback Terrell Pryor is now a wide receiver, and Dawgs By Nature looks at his progress.
Behind The Steel Curtain wonders if the Pittsburgh Steelers are preparing to say goodbye to star running back Le'Veon Bell.
Big Cat Country wonders what the Jacksonville Jaguars secondary will look like. Former Giants Prince Amukamara could end up as the nickel corner.
Music City Miracles is running a bracket-style tournament to figure out the greatest Tennessee Titans player of all time.
Gang Green Nation says defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson could face a suspension by the league.
Mile High Report wonders which Denver Broncos player will have a breakout season?
Dontari Poe is taking yoga? Arrowhead Pride discusses what that must look like.
Acme Packing company wonders what the best play-by-call is for the Green Bay Packers is in recent memory.
Cat Scratch Reader is happy to see wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin practicing again for the Carolina Panthers.
The New Orleans Saints defense was horrible with Rob Ryan as defensive coordinator. Ryan is now blaming head coach Sean Payton and the Saints front office for the mess. Canal Street Chronicles has the juicy details, and maybe a photo you'd rather not see.
Warren Sapp has always been a jerk, and he's still a jerk. Bucs Nation offers the latest example.
Turf Show Times turns to the film to find out how good wide receiver Tavon Austin is.