Monday on NFL Total Access

NFL Total Access is back Monday (7 p.m. ET) with host Rich Eisen, analyst Marshall Faulk and insider Michael Lombardi to discuss the latest offseason topics.

Here are a few things to look for:

  • Insider Jason La Canfora will get in on the action early to update when Ben Roethlisberger could return to the Steelers, whether Michael Vick is happy backing up Kevin Kolb (more on that in a second) and the latest on the DEA’s investigation into allegations made in a civil lawsuit which accused the Saints of covering up theft of prescription pills.
  • The Eagles handed Kolb a one-year extension and haven’t traded Vick, who is currently set to enter his second season in Philly as the backup even though Donovan McNabb is now gone. Is Vick happy behind the unproven Kolb? Faulk and Lombardi will discuss Vick’s status.
  • Draft grades will be given out to the AFC South, including a look at which rookies will make the biggest impact this season. Texans second-round pick Ben Tate gets some love in that conversation.
  • Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo will be under the feature spotlight, followed by an early 2010 season outlook from Faulk, who believes first overall draft pick Sam Bradford represents a great start in rebuilding.
  • Which teams have helped themselves the most this offseason? Which haven’t done enough? Lombardi and La Canfora will throw out their nominations, including the Redskins and Seahawks as the picks who have done the most to improve, and the Panthers and Bills as the choices for impressing the least.
  • The Draft Journey series gets post-draft updates fromĀ Ndamukong Suh, Myron Rolle and Colt McCoy.
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