- Karen Guregian notes free agent running back Fred Taylor will be meeting with the Patriots today. Guregian notes Sirius NFL radio analyst Solomon Wilcots says Taylor still has a lot left in his tank.
- Chris Price reports on new Patriots wide receiver coach Chad O'Shea, saying there is no love lost between the Vikings' and Patriots' front offices.
- Mike Reiss answers reader questions in this week's mailbag regarding Cassel trade possibilities, draft scenarios and potential free agent targets.
- Karen Guregian profiles linebacker Clay Matthews, Jr., whose father played for Belichick in Cleveland and thinks Belichick would be the best fit for his son.
- Chris Price takes a shot at handicapping the Cassel Sweepstakes.
Jerry McDonald lists a position-by-position overview of the top NFL free agents available.
- Judd Zulgad (Minneapolis Star-Tribune) Vikings lose another assistant. Chad O’Shea is expected to be named the wide receivers coach for the New England Patriots.
- Wes Bunting (National Football Post) Scouts Eye: Combine breakdown 2.
- Peter King (SI) Cassel's played on a very high, playoff-caliber level already and Feeley and Anderson haven't, and there's doubt either of them can do it.
- Ben Volin (Palm City Post) Meyer, Belichick building a Gainsville-to-Foxborough pipeline?
- Tim Graham (ESPN) Fred Taylor impressed by Buffalo visit.
- Rich Eisen (NFL.com) Takes viewers on a behind the scenes video tour of the 2009 NFL Scouting Combine.
- Albert Breer and Clifton Brown (Sporting News) Connor Barwin's big jump mirrors gains four Combine risers.
- Ron Borges (Pro Football Weekly) Combine is no longer NFL sideshow.
- Pro Football Weekly Free Agency Team Previews - AFC East.
- Steve Wyche (NFL.com) Safety position evolving, thanks to dynamic talents of current stars.
- Mike Chappell and Phil Richards (Indy Star) Marvin Harrison will leave the Colts.
- Uriel Sturm (The Jerusalem Post) From Canton to Jerusalem with the converted linebacker, Andre Tippett.
Adam Teicher (Kansas City Star) Chiefs release Huard, Surtain, Edwards.