Quotable: "You can be successful and still take good care of your players, still try to build them and make that the most important thing, not to make winning the most important thing, and do it that way. So if people are getting that message, I think it's great." -- Colts head coach Tony Dungy this week on his coaching style. Read highlights from his Thursday Super Bowl Press Conference at our Indianapolis site.
Q&A: Scout.com subscribers can find out what former Redskins QB Joe Theismann thinks about the team's current QB, Jason Campbell in a Q&A feature at our Washington site. Theismann also weighs in on other Redskins players and what he thinks the future looks like for the team. Don't miss it!
All is well: That's the word from Eagles QB Donovan McNabb according to a report at our Philadelphia site. "We're continuing to do positive things, strengthening the leg, working on balance and things of that nature. We're right on course with that," McNabb says. Get the full scoop here.
NFL prospect spotlight: Is your favorite team going to be in the market this offseason for a running back? Well then, be sure to check out this Scout.com Draft Profile on Fresno State's Dwayne Wright. And if you're a Scout.com subscriber, you can also find out which teams are showing some early interest in the talented back in Denis Savage's exclusive interview with Wright.
|Vikings LB Napoleon Harris (Getty Images/Jonathan Daniel)|
A "Super" restricted free agent: Colts tight end Ben
Utecht will be a restricted free agent that should draw some attention this
March following his Super Bowl appearance. Utecht was originally an undrafted
free agent, so if the Colts want to stifle his movement they'll have to offer at
least a mid-range tender. Scout.com
subscribers can enjoy this exclusive interview where Utecht talks about the
AFC Championship game victory, this weekend's Super Bowl, and teammate Dallas
Riding off into the sunset: Our Steelers site is reporting that Pro Bowl center Jeff Hartings is retiring after 11 NFL seasons. Learn more about this news and how it impacts the team at our Pittsburgh site.
QB concerns: Aaron Wilson at our Ravens site reports that,
"The Baltimore Ravens are aware that they're approaching another
perplexing quarterback crossroads. Not tomorrow, not next week, and perhaps not
even until next year, the Ravens are going to have to formulate and execute a
contingency plan for who will eventually succeed veteran Steve McNair." Scout.com
subscribers can take a look at his analysis of the situation, including who
they could bring in via the draft of free agency, in this feature at our Ravens
|Giants DE Michael Strahan (Getty Images/Nick Laham)|
Mock Draft: John Holler at our Vikings site has put together his first version of his 2007 Mock Draft, projecting the first round's picks. Take a look at who he thinks your favorite team will pick, and then post a link to it on your favorite team's message board to get some debate going.
Behind enemy lines: John Crist and Todd Taylor from our Bears and Colts site put together a great feature that tells you what situations would likely trigger a Colts win versus a Bears win. And they also provide their game predictions. Scout.com subscribers can check it out at our Chicago site.
What happened? Robert Gilbert at our Carolina site takes a look at the Panthers' disappointing season and provides his analysis of why the team fell way short of expectations. "After the first twelve games of the season, Carolina was 6-6. The problem? They had been leading in the 4th quarter eleven of those twelve games. The end result? Carolina could not or would not finish teams off," he says. Check out his full analysis here.
Scouting receivers: Denis Savage at our Chargers site reports that the team was checking out wide receivers in Mobile during Senior Bowl week. "No Chargers need is more pronounced than that at wide receiver," he says. "Incumbent starters Keenan McCardell and Eric Parker failed to register a touchdown reception in 2006 and the production behind them was inconsistent." Scout.com subscribers can find out which prospects caught the eye of the Chargers' scouts in this report.
Today's Birthday Bunch: Packers WR Donald Driver (32), Bills DB Jabari Greer (25), Chiefs CB Marcus Maxey (24), Chargers LB Matt Wilhelm (26), former Colts/Bucs TE Ken Dilger (36), former Redskins/Cardinals/Bucs DE Dexter Manley (48)Got something to say about today's NFL Blog? Well then hit your favorite team's Fan Forum here at Scout.com and start up a thread on it!