Well it's midterm week here in college so I'm confined to just giving you tidbits of info here.
Rex Grossman is in the house. Hey, he's been to a Super Bowl before so he knows what it's all about.
If you're interested in knowing this crucial bit of info, it's a one-year deal. Frankly, I'd be shocked if he made it past training camp.
Free agent visits: 3-4 rush OLB Joey Porter tomorrow, LT Barry Sims on Friday.
Porter is 33 and getting older. However, he could provide some nice depth as a pass rusher. He has worked with LB coach Lou Spanos before in Pittsburgh.
Sims is an 11-year vet at left tackle. He know the ropes and can still start. He would be a decent stopgap solution if the 'Skins don't take a tackle in the first round.
And finally, Dick Vermeil said that LJ could take the starting job away from Clinton Portis.
"He will take over the running back position," said Vermeil, who coached Johnson in Kansas City from 2003 to '05. "That's what I think. He'll push that guy (Portis) right out of a job. Larry Johnson will work all week -- he'll work Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday -- and he'll make you start him on Sundays."
I'll be focusing on that after midterms are done. Peace.