As owners begin meeting in Chicago for a session that could have big implications on the labor system, let's take a quick look at the headlines around the NFC South.
Nakia Hogan has a story and lots of video about the renovations to the Superdome. The work, which is the second phase of an overhaul that began last year, is just about finished.
Atlanta receiver Roddy White said the Falcons’ offense is going to bring back memories of the “Greatest Show on Turf’’ during the glory days of the St. Louis Rams.
There’s a battle brewing in North Carolina over the future of the secondary-ticket market, which could have an impact on Panthers’ fans.
Top draft pick Sam Bradford got $50 million in guaranteed money last year. But the Panthers still don’t have a real strong idea what they’ll have to pay Cam Newton, this year’s No. 1 overall pick. Owner Jerry Richardson admitted there is uncertainty on that front as owners and players continue to discuss a rookie wage scale.
Charlie Campbell has a list of 10 Bucs poised for breakout seasons. It’s no surprise that Gerald McCoy and Arrelious Benn, who had their rookie seasons halted by injury, are at the top of the list. I really like the inclusion of receiver Dezmon Briscoe on this list. Tampa Bay’s coaches and front office are higher on Briscoe, who spent part of last season on the practice squad, than many people realize.