Saturday morning, one more day until the Super Bowl. After that, into the unknown as the CBA battle begins in earnest and the draft sits on the horizon.
Let's take a quick spin around the interwebs this morning.
In case you missed it, St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford won the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year Award, the league's official ROY award. He accepted it with the usual humility you've come to expect from the kid who spent his rookie year turning down endorsements. Sando has some choice quotes from Bradford, including this gem:
It means a lot to me when you look at this award and see who has won it in the past. It reflects what we were able to do as a team this year.
Yes, it's become a standard talking point to credit the team for an award, but it's still good to hear.
While Bradford won the Offensive ROY, Detroit's Ndamukong Suh won the Defensive Rookie of the Year Award, not a big surprise at all. What is a surprise is that the first and second picks from the draft won the awards. If all top picks could be this easy...
Tonight the NFL will announce the 2011 NFL Hall of Fame class, a group that's sure to include Marshall Faulk.
Need a Valentine's Day present for your sweetie? Maybe they'd like a toaster that imprints the word "Rams" into every slice. No word on how it compensates for bagels.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell talked about the role of a new CBA in getting a stadium deal in or around Los Angeles.