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NFL Links: McCoy a good host for Browns' workouts; Chiefs committed to Joplin


Posted June 20, 2011 @ 2:32 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Friday, June 24, 2011

Colt McCoy says the workouts that he's hosted are going to pay off for the Browns.

Scott Pioli says the Chiefs are committed to helping in Joplin, Mo., for years to come.

A New Orleans reporter lays out his vision for the Saints' plan of attack in free agency.

A former Jets player will be joining the Giants' coaching staff this season.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Kenny Britt needs the lockout to end as much as any player, according to a Tennessee columnist.

The Buccaneers face a tough test in free agency, says a Tampa reporter.

A Houston writer has some advice for Texans GM Rick Smith.

A Chicago reporter considers the potential losses and gains facing the Bears in free agency.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Jets S Jim Leonhard has been fully cleared to resume football activities.

A New York reporter looks at the "massive to-do list" that will face the Giants when the lockout is over.

The Browns' Pat Shurmur says he has "the foundations of a good team."

Kyle Vanden Bosch says a tight locker room has been key for the Lions.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Ed Reed says he's still not 100 percent healthy.

The renovation of the Louisiana Superdome is almost complete and a New Orleans reporter gives us a peek at the upgrades.

A Kansas City columnist says Chiefs owner Clark Hunt is representing more than his own franchise in Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations.

Raiders rookie Taiwan Jones discusses his battle with dyslexia.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Chris Johnson says he'll need to take some pressure off rookie QB Jake Locker.

Dirk Nowitzki's path to a title resonates with Norv Turner, says a San Diego columnist.

A Green Bay reporter previews the Packers' plans for free agency.

It's unlikely that the Dolphins have any interest in drafting Terrelle Pryor to play quarterback.

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