NFC South links: McNabb a fit for Panthers

Atlanta Falcons

The Sporting News' D. Orlando Ledbetter predicts the Falcons will win the NFC South in a team preview for the 2011 season.

The Falcoholic's Dave Choate picks through the team's candidates for defensive breakout player.

Tony Gonzalez is prepared for life after football. He co-founded All-Pro Science, a sports nutritional supplement company, in 2009 and the company's taking off. "We have, I think, a customer base of 20,000 now and it's growing all the time," Gonzalez said.

Carolina Panthers

If the price is right, Donovan McNabb could be a good fit for the Panthers, writes Cat Scratch Reader's James Dator.

USA Today came up with the five most pressing questions facing the Panthers heading into next season, including whether Ron Rivera was the right head coach to hire.

New Orleans Saints

WWLTV.com's Bradley Handwerger identifies seven players the Saints need to re-sign once the lockout ends.

Darren Sharper and Roman Harper plan to host a football camp July 18-19 in Metairie, La.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Bucs potential free-agent guard Davin Joseph: "If [the Bucs front office] were to say they were committed to signing back guys we played with last year, it would definitely influence me to stay. Guys like [Jeremy] Trueblood, guys like James Lee, guys on defense like Barrett Ruud. If you're bringing guys like that back here, I know it's a sign in the right direction instead of trying to switch up the whole roster to make it different."

Former Bucs receiver Michael Clayton still has close ties to the team.

Gonzalez prepares for life after football