First and 10: Philly’s $100M man

Eagles coach Andy Reid and star quarterback Michael Vick will meet the press today to discuss Vick’s new six-year, $100 million contract, and what it means for the rest of Philadelphia’s “Dream Team.”

Here’s what else is on tap for Tuesday:

Check out the new NFL Network series, “A Football Life,” for an intimate look at Patriots coach Bill Belichick, the first person wired for an entire season by NFL Films.

Our season preview package kicks off this week with NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi sharing XLVI things he can’t wait to see in 2011.

Who has the league’s best offense: Is it the Saints? Chargers? Colts? Patriots? What about the champion Packers? Find out who gets the love from the “NFL Total Access” crew.

Today is the deadline for teams to trim their rosters to 80 players, and you can keep track of all the latest roster cuts and player moves with our Free Agency Tracker.

Among Adam Rank‘s weekend observations in the latest Pick Six: Lane Kiffin should get over Al Davis and concentrate on running the USC Trojans into the ground.

NFL.com analyst Pat Kirwan says Albert Haynesworth and Chad Ochocinco are risks worth taking for the New England Patriots.

Who’ll be the league’s MVP this year? Check out our experts’ predictions for the 2011 season.

If there’s one time in the preseason that fantasy owners need to monitor, it’s Week 3. NFL.com fantasy editor Michael Fabiano examines some of the more important weekend developments for fantasy drafts.

And don’t forget to sign up now to play Fantasy Football for free and then use NFL.com to get all the information you need before your draft.

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