Here's some links to get you started as we head off to Indianapolis this morning.
Looks like the Cardinals will slap the franchise tag on linebacker Karlos Dansby, which could help set the market for Seattle's Leroy Hill. The deadline for the franchise tag is Thursday.
According to this report from Pro Football Weekly, Hill's status in Seattle could also be influenced by a talent-laden draft filled with good linebacker prospects.
More Pro Football Weekly: A free agent profile on Baltimore linebacker Bart Scott.
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Ohio State's Malcolm Jenkins has caught the eyes of the Cleveland Browns according to this report. NFLdraftscout.com's Rob Rang had Jenkins going to Seattle, but now has the Seahawks selecting Michael Crabtree in his latest mock draft.
Jacksonville running back Fred Taylor was one of a couple veterans released on Monday. The Jags didn't waste any time in anointing Maurice Jones-Drew the team's feature back, signing the former UCLA product to a long-term deal.
Vinnie Iyer of the Sporting News ranks the teams where Arizona receiver Anquan Boldin might end up.
I've seen a couple different reports on this. Apparently San Francisco is interested in Seahawks fullback Leonard Weaver. I wonder how much of this is just conjecture to drive up the value to bring Weaver back. I still think he's a good fit in Greg Knapp's offense, and would be surprised if the team allows him to walk because of Weaver's versatility.
A summary of the San Francisco 49ers state of the team address on Monday from Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.
Former Seahawks linebacker Niko Koutouvides and defensive back Marquand Manuel were part of a salary purge by the Denver Broncos that cleared up $20 million in cap space for the team.
The Michael Vick speculation continues to swirl on which team will take a flyer on him when and if he is reinstated to play in the NFL. The later rumor has San Francisco not ruling out the possibility of bringing on Vick.
An insider look at how NFL executives and coaches evaluate talent at the NFL Combine from Minnesota's vice president of player personnel Rick Spielman.
Central Washington quarterback Mike Reilly makes a list of best small-school prospects heading into the draft.
An interview with Deion Sanders, who trains several college athletes to get them ready for the NFL combine. He says many of the guys who will run the fastest times at the combine are not really great players.
Peter Schrager of FoxSports.com lists his top 10 questions heading into the combine.
Check out other Seahawk-related draft stuff at Rob Staton's Seahawks Draft blog.