Weekly Haze

Here are this week’s great reads:

  • Brian Westbrook ahead of Adrian Peterson and Steven Jackson? Not sure if my stomach could handle that pick, but it is ballsy. [CBS Sports]
  • Still early, but it looks like Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams should be 100 percent by the start of the 2008 season. [FanHouse]
  • Joe Horn last year and Deuce McAllister this year? I sure hope not. [RotoWorld]
  • Need some keeper advice? Check out this open thread. [Football Jabber]
  • More on Cadillac Williams and a possible return to action this year. [FanHouse]
  • I wish I had time to participate in this mock draft. Someone grab the Saints for me! [RotoWorld]
  • Get your 2008 NFL Draft gear! [Every Morning Quarterback]

For more great reads, check out my Google Reader Shared Items page.


2 Responses

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