The NFL owners will look something like this next week during their sleepover.

  • The league’s owners have been advised to make preparations to stay overnight during their meetings next week in Chicago, according to Adam Schefter. Maybe this will lead to a classic college all-nighter session, and we’re confident that Ralph Wilson can beat the night. If I know anything about all-nighters, they usually lead to a pounding headache the next day, but the best productivity is found during the morning’s wee hours. This sleepover fuels further optimism for a CBA ┬áin the near future.
  • Veteran free agent linebacker Keith Bulluck has named the Lions as one of his three preferred destinations, with the Giants and Patriots the other two. But as Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press notes, Bulluck likely wouldn’t be an every-down player in Detroit.
  • Plaxico Burress used words like “ambivalent” to describe his relationship with Tom Coughlin, the crusty old man who coaches the Giants.
  • In the introduction to his Monday mailbag ESPN’s John Clayton shared his theory on how the league could conduct itself if a new labor deal is reached by the end of this month. The end of the collective bargaining battle could result in shorter training camps.
  • Despite the exit of at least one, and likely two of the team’s top players at the position, Cincy Jungle is quite excited about the Bengals’ developing core of young wide receivers.
  • Are you a Bears fan desperately searching for a way to get depressed in mid-June during a locked out offseason? Well you’ve come to the right place then, because Bear Goggles On tells us that Chicago’s offensive tackles are actually worse than we think.
  • Tuesday will be a busy day for Terrelle Pryor. This afternoon he’ll have his first press conference with newly signed agent Drew Rosenhaus, who will conduct the entire media gathering by asking for further questions, and answering none of them. But before that, he’ll toss the ol’ pigskin around with Chad Ochocinco. I can’t think of two more quiet, reserved gentlemen to help a wayward young athlete make his transition into the NFL.
  • I’m not quite sure why this cartoon shared by Arrowhead Addict lead to a mild chuckle. Probably because it makes no sense whatsoever.
  • In case you missed it, Chiefs tight end Leonard Pope saved a six-year-old from drowning in a pool over the weekend.
  • Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana was in an ATV accident, but he sustained only minor injuries, needing stitches to close a cut over his eye.

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