NFL Links: Vikings' Harvin may get more involved

Posted Sept. 19, 2011 @ 4:42 a.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011

The Vikings are looking to get Percy Harvin on the field more often.

A St. Louis columnist says a postgame meeting between Rams owner Stan Kroenke and head coach Steve Spagnuolo "has been wildly and widely misinterpreted."

Two Bengals players could be facing serious criminal charges, and potentially prison time.

A Philadelphia columnist says there were two fascinating moments of truth at Eagles headquarters Wednesday.

Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011

A Denver reporter says the Broncos are stunting Tim Tebow's growth at quarterback by using him as an emergency receiver.

Kerry Rhodes says the Cardinals may try to simplify things on defense.

B.J. Raji says he'd rather be a Pro Bowler than a celebrity.

Reggie Bush has become a mentor for teammate and fellow running back Daniel Thomas.

Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011

They're 0-2, but don't expect any big changes from the Colts.

The Rams' Week Two performance felt like "a disturbing revival of the not-so-distant past," according to a St. Louis columnist.

Vikings DT Kevin Williams on serving his two-game suspension: "The rest helped my foot, but not my mind."

Mark Sanchez apologized to Plaxico Burress for not getting him the ball vs. the Jaguars, but Burress wasn't complaining.

Monday, Sept. 19, 2011

A Kansas City columnist says Todd Haley may end up taking the fall for the Chiefs' failures, but Scott Pioli deserves a lot of blame for them.

An Atlanta columnist says he thinks the Falcons' win over the Eagles means more to Matt Ryan than he'll ever admit.

The Panthers are breaking away from tradition on offense, thanks to the arrival of one player.

The Lions are developing the right mix of talent and attitude, according to a Detroit columnist.

A Buffalo columnist says this year's Bills are bringing back some old memories.