Tuesday might be just another day for you, but it should be quite eventful for former Titans coach
Jeff Fisher and retired players Tedy Bruschi and Chad Lewis. Along with members of the Wounded Warriors Project, an NFL executive and an NFL Network cameraman, they will begin their day in lower Manhattan with a tour of Ground Zero. Following a midday trip to the NFL office to meet with Commissioner Roger Goodell, they will end the day at Newark Airport, where they will board a flight to Africa to begin their trek to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. You can follow their progress throughout the trip on NFL.com and NFL Network — beginning with an appearance by Fisher on tonight’s “NFL Total Access.”
Here’s what else is worth checking out today:
Tuesday’s Data Points continues our look at the potential free-agent class with a breakdown of some of the key veteran QBs on the market.
Speaking of free-agent QBs, the “NFL Total Access” crew last night debated which of those QBs could be the best pickup in free agency. There was plenty of debate about one Alex Smith.
Speaking of debate, keep an eye out for Tuesday’s Instant Debate topic on NFL.com: Which QB from the 2011 draft will have biggest impact in the NFL over course of his career? Here’s a look back at Monday’s debate: Who will be the biggest draft bust?
Former Ravens top pick Sergio Kindle, who has had a few bumps on his road to the NFL, will have his DUI case heard in court today.
Still buzzing about the wild action in Sunday’s Lakers-Mavericks NBA playoff game? Here’s a look at perhaps the biggest difference between the NBA and NFL.
OK, OK, here’s an update on the labor situation: While we wait for the NFL’s appeal to be decided, the league filed a brief – along with a supporting document from the NHL — outlining why the lockout should remain in effect.
Today’s Top 100 video: Lions WR Calvin Johnson, a.k.a. Megatron.
Bucky Brooks‘ comprehensive draft grades have been popular features on NFL.com for the past week. Here’s a chance to thank Bucky – or grill him, if you choose – during his live NFL.com chat at 1 p.m. ET.