I just got back from NFL Commissoner Roger Goodell's state of the league meeting today and will have a wrap-up of some of the issues discussed during the hourlong question-and-answer session. For now, I'll provide some links from some of the things I found interesting happening around the league.
Here are my two stories in today's sports section, a feature on Arizona Cardinals cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who victimized Seattle for three picks during the season, and a profile on ex-Husky cornerback Ray Horton, now going for his third Super Bowl ring as a defensive backs coach for the Steelers.
ESPN's Mike Sando has the salary values for 2009 franchise players released by the NFL Players Association.
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Baltimore linebacker Terrell Suggs, who will be an unrestricted free agent in about a month, said he might offer the Ravens a hometown discount.
Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynseworth, who also will be an unrestricted free agent, said he will not be following in Suggs footsteps.
Former Seahawks offensive coordinator and current Cincinnati offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski said the Steelers personnel for its 3-4 front is the best he's ever seen.
Here are some celebrity picks for the Super Bowl.
And here's what the experts think.