Published: August 17th, 2011 | Tags: First and 10, Andy Dalton, Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers, John Beck, John Harbaugh, Mark Sanchez, Ndamukong Suh, New York Jets, Rex Grossman, Rex Ryan, Terrelle Pryor, University of Miami, Washington Redskins
Several high-profile NFL players can expect to get some uncomfortable questions Wednesday. A former Miami Hurricanes booster serving a 20-year prison sentence for masterminding a Ponzi scheme told Yahoo! Sports he gave money, cars, yacht trips, jewelry, televisions and other gifts to several current NFL stars. Find out all the details.
Here’s what else is on tap Wednesday:
- With former Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor‘s status still up in the air, the NFL has postponed its supplemental draft, which was scheduled for today.
- Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti explains why he hired John Harbaugh over Rex Ryan to be his team’s head coach in 2008, a decision that disappointed some of his players.
- The first week of preseason action is over, and the “NFL Total Access” crew gets into midseason form to analyze the best performances. Find out who stood out above all the rest.
- With the Redskins locked in a tight QB competition between John Beck and Rex Grossman, Beck takes his turn as Washington’s starter on Friday. Hear from Beck tonight on “NFL Total Access.”
- Jets QB Mark Sanchez might have been joking about wanting to fight coach Rex Ryan, but our Adam Rank has video of some legendary sideline skirmishes that were definitely real, in the latest Pick Six.
- Lions’ DT Ndamukong Suh has a lot of folks talking about his takedown of helmet-less Bengals QB Andy Dalton. Is Suh a dirty player? We ask our panel of experts in the latest Instant Debate.
- The Pack is Back: NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche reports from Green Bay’s training camp, where last year’s champs try to stave off a Super Bowl hangover.
- The NFL.com Experts fantasy football league held its draft on Tuesday, and you might be shocked at the results.
- It’s not too late to sign up to play Fantasy Football for free on NFL.com and get ready to draft the players that will drive your team to a championship.