-- Keith Brooking talks with ESPN Radio 103.3FM about off season workouts and preparing for Rob Ryan's scheme without Rob Ryan. Audio Interview from espn.com.
-- Baylor cornerback Antareis Bryan had a strong workout at Dallas Day and could be a late round target. According to this article from NationalFootballPost.com, Bryan was a good prospect that was derailed by the injury bug.
-- Our own O.C.C's Pre-Draft Visit Tracker is the entry you want to read if you care about that thing called the draft.
-- EPSNU will be televising several games over the next few days that will give you a chance to view some draft prospects in game action.
Sat, 4/9: Sugar Bowl: Arkansas vs Ohio State - 11pm (Mallett, Heyward)
Mon, 4/11: Oregon State at Washington - 6:30 pm (Locker, Paea)
Tue, 4/12: Rose Bowl: TCU vs Wisconsin - 6:30 pm (Dalton, Carimi, Watt, Moffitt)
Wed, 4/13: Oklahoma at Missouri - 6:30 pm (Carter, Gabbert, A Smith)
Thu, 4/14: Capital One Bowl: Alabama vs Mich St - 11pm (Dareus, Ingram, J Jones, Carpenter, McElroy)
-- Our own rabblerousr presents the FanPost of The Week, Lissyyyy's Small School prospects post.
-- A lot of people had a lot to say when we discussed Martellus Bennett's infamous interview where he suggested Kitna deserves a shot at the starting gig.
-- Judge Nelson began hearing arguments from both sides in the lawsuit against the league by a group of 9 active players, 1 incoming rookie and the NFL retired veterans. BTB brings a time line of the CBA's condition following the end of the 2010 season.
-- Commissioner Roger Goodell says that HGH testing will be an important topic once the sides start negotiating the next CBA. [nbcdfw.com]
-- Dallas offensive lineman Phil Costa isn't a traitor, the Maryland Terps (I'm from MD) don't roll like that. So when I read that he's training with the Philadelphia Eagles [dallasnews.com] during the lockout, I'm just going to believe that he is infiltrating the enemy and will report back to Garrett as soon as possible.
-- rabblerousr's Draft Mailbag looks at the safety position with Drafttek.com's Longball.
Tony Romo is fully recovered from last year's broken left collarbone, and his throwing motion is back to normal. Boasting one of the most dangerous offensive arsenals in the league, he's a fantasy QB to target after Michael Vick and Aaron Rodgers are off the board. …
For those that play in dynasty and keeper leagues, they recommend (the obvious in) holding on to Dez Bryant or trying to get him amidst the nuisances he finds himself in. Good read on the rest of the division plus the NFC North.
-- After the craziness that was the ice/snow storm that hit the Metroplex Super Bowl week, the NFL is reconsidering how they assess risk when awarding cities the big event. Yeah, right. Build a new stadium, get a Super Bowl. [National Football Post]
-- O.C.C. takes a look at the benefits and drawbacks of moving around in the draft.