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2009 Season in Review: The Wide Receivers - Dawgs By Nature
Browns' fan Ryan Kelsey would love to have Vincent Jackson or Malcom Floyd in Cleveland next year. Good luck with that.

2009 Adjusted Games Lost Totals
In the NFL, success can be as simple as staying healthy. There have been a million articles written about extra hours of practice and film study yielding surprise playoff appearances, but often those same teams do the same things a year later and lose three or four games more than they did in the previous campaign. Injuries are the NFL's version of Occam's Razor.

Kiper's 'Grade A' Draft: AFC
Top needs:RB, OT, OLB, DT, WR
First round (28): Jonathan Dwyer
Second-round options (60): OLB Rico McCoy, OLB Sean Weatherspoon, DT Gene Atkins, OT Selvish Capers
Third-round options (91): WR Demaryius Thomas, WR Carlton Mitchell, DE Hall Davis, OLB/DE O'Brien Schofield, OT Chris Scott

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner retires after 12 NFL seasons - ESPN
Kurt Warner has called an end to one of the great storybook careers in NFL history. 

Asante Samuel to Vince Wilfork: New England Patriots don't care about you - ESPN Boston
"I don't think they care about you, in my opinion," Samuel told the Boston Globe from Miami, where he was practicing with the NFC Pro Bowl team. "They didn't care about me. So do what's best for you and your family."

Merriman wants to remain a Bolt - SignOnSanDiego.com
Chargers General Manager A.J. Smith has expressed displeasure with some of Merriman’s off-field pursuits, and the team was not pleased he waited several months to have surgery last year.

For Bolts and Jackson, a trust gap - SignOnSanDiego.com
Chargers General Manager A.J. Smith said recently how much he appreciates the way Jackson works. And head coach Norv Turner has gushed about the improvement Jackson has made since Turner arrived in 2007.

"Prediction comes true" by Bolts Bulletin
"We gotta be more specific next time," Phillips said today after the NFC practiced in preparation for Sunday's game.