First and 10: Sanchez, Tebow, D-Jax and more

Hope you all enjoyed a happy Mother’s Day. Now we can look forward to perhaps some news from the 8th Circuit Court about the NFL lockout at some point. In the meantime, here are some links to get your NFL week started:

We don’t know when free agency will begin, but start prepping for it with today’s Data Points, which looks at some of the top running backs available.

Is anyone surprised that Tim Tebow‘s first charity golf tournament drew a big crowd?

In case you missed Sunday night’s installment of NFL Network Top 100 of 2011 show, here’s a peek at some of the big-name QBs who may not have made the list.

The good news for Josh Cribbs: He did make the list of top 100 players. And here was his reaction.

Dave Dameshek, your humble host of the Shame Report, now has his very own podcast on In case you missed the inaugural show, which launched Friday, have a listen here.

Did someone say podcast? Mr. Podcast himself, Rich Eisen, had two last week. This one featured just one guest -– Mike Mayock, with his final word on the 2011 NFL Draft.

How has Jets QB Mark Sanchez progressed as a team leader? The New York Post offers some behind-the-scenes examples from the recent “Jets West” workouts that he organized.

The Philadelphia Daily News caught up with Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson, who talked about the lockout as well as his desire for a new contract.

Marc Bulger? Kyle Orton? Kevin Kolb? The Arizona Republic notes that with all the chatter in recent days about what veteran QB might be coming to the Cardinals, it does seem as if there is some plan in place.

Monday’s chat schedule kicks off at 1 p.m. ET with senior analyst Pat Kirwan. Get in the game by submitting a question now.

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