NFL Jabber 4/22/07

With no picks in the 2nd, 3rd,or 4th round, we could see the Redskins trading down. Jason La Canfora of The Washington Post thinks that a trade up for Calvin Johnson could swing as well.

Character is likely going to be a big part of this years draft given the actions of the new sheriff in town.

“We’ve always had the information,” said an NFL team scout, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. “It’s a matter now of the weight we give it; do you accept or decline a guy because of his background?”

Greg Olsen would love to be taken by the Jets next weekend.

“That would be unbelievable,” Olsen told the Daily News. “You couldn’t ask for anything better than that. My family would have to drive only 20 minutes to see my home games.”

The Saints could have to wait until Friday to plan a direct draft strategy. They are waiting on the Colts to match or not on CB Jason David.

Four NFL related guys land on the 100 Unsexiest Men list of The Phoenix, Michael David Smith posted at The Fanhouse

“The Phoenix has revealed its annual list of the 100 Unsexiest Men, and four guys from the NFL world made the cut: Colts quarterback Peyton Manning, Titans cornerback Pacman Jones, Patriots coach Bill Belichick and Monday Night Football commentator Tony Kornheiser.”

Buying Disability Insurance is the new “In” thing to do on campus.

Not much going on in Denver. Headlines of Punter Todd Sauerbrun have dominated the Rocky Mountain News.

Rumors of Marshawn Lynch’s back problems doesn’t scare the Packers.

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