P. Ryan Wilson's Archive
The Bears ignored their shaky quarterback situation and went with a blocker. The Vikings ignored their shaky quarterback situation and traded for an all-world defensive end. The Packers shaky quarterback situation got even shakier as they added yet another passer with no career starts. The Lions may have the most un-shaky quarterback depth chart in the division, and they drafted a tackle to keep it that way.
When I saw the headline, I just figured somebody accidentally typed "Marvin Harrison" instead of "Pacman Jones."
This is hardly surprising, especially after the Seahawks signed T.J. Duckett and Julius Jones this off-season, but Shaun Alexander isn't long for Seattle. More shocking, maybe, was that the team gave Alexander an eight-year, $62 million deal in 2006.
As reader jebmak points out via e-mail, "The odds of this being April Fools seem slim. Finally." The measure passed by a 24-7 vote and interestingly, all of the nays were from head coaches with offensive backgrounds, and five of the seven were West Coast guys.
Minnesota and Chicago ask: Is it better to have a left tackle in jail, or no left tackle at all? Meanwhile, Green Bay gets ready to see if a young quarterback can reach his potential, and Detroit lets go of a back who was never able to do the same.
Peter King puts on his scout hat and goes to work on this year's quarterback draft class. In the news of the creepy, Mark Brunell apparently has a Myspace page, and finally, no King column would be complete without a mention of Brett Favre.