BALTIMORE, MD: LinebackER Jarret Johnson #95 of the Baltimore Ravens tackles running back Ben Tate #44 of the Houston Texans during the first half at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
'The NFL Beat': The End of the Super Agent - Alex Dunlap
Rosenhaus would like you to think he has been busy getting LeSean McCoy's deal wrapped up, recently solidifying (via a large contract extension) the young running back's future with the Eagles franchise at the position. What he might not like you to know is that he has been just as busy losing clients lately. London Fletcher, Beanie Wells, and Willis McGahee, among many others. By my count, Rosenhaus has lost close to 20 clients during this offseason alone.
Chargers: Dream/nightmare scenario - Matt Williamson
What if Mathews gets hurt? In a dream scenario, Mathews could have as strong a season as any running back in the NFL. But his injury history is very troubling, the Chargers have very little behind him and their offensive line ranks among the worst in the league right now. The offensive line could be the downfall of the entire team and could easily lead to injuries to the Chargers’ most important players, Rivers and Mathews.
Overanalyzing President Obama’s Passing Form - Dan Amira
This is obviously some kind of long-ball throw," Brown continues, "and it's a common technique on long throws for the passer to point his shoulder slightly upwards so that he has a higher release point to get more arc under the throw. But unless he's trying to take out one of the lights in the stadium, I'm not sure even he knows where that ball is going to land."
Around Fantasyland: WR injuries - William Del Pilar
According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Meachem underwent arthroscopic surgery on his knee after the season after he injured it in the season finale and it had caused issues in the playoffs. It has not affected his offseason, and he remains a solid draft-day value as the Chargers' new No. 1 receiver.
LT to host camp in San Marcos - Annie Heilbrunn
Former Charger running back LaDainian Tomlinson was in town recently to speak at Junior Seau's "Celebration of Life" and afterward talked passionately about his upcoming football camp.