We hope you’ve enjoyed the first full week of daily SICK LINKS. We will always be looking for quality content to highlight here, so feel free to hit us up via email or twitter or facebook or carrier pigeon with your favorite content.  To conclude the week, an extra heavy batch.  First up, quality anecdotes concerning the dog days of summer from an NFL vet. GET YOUR HELMET ON!!!

Like many of you, I am enjoying Ryan Riddle’s emergence as a football writer. Here, his Memoirs of an NFL Training Camp.’s Justin Higdon reveals some under-the-radar defensive prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft.

Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette recalls the teamwork and loyalty of Joey Porter. Steelers-Browns be damned; the newly-retired Peezy could play for me any day.

PFF & Bleacher Report have a good one in the Bay Area’s Alex Miglio. Here he projects the Redskins as the NFL’s next dynasty. Not sure I agree, but it’s a compelling piece.

The insightful and prolific Jim Day (@FantasyTaz) breaks down his top 50 fantasy football players for Bleacher Report. My view regularly coincides with Jim’s, and does here. Which means he’s a genius. Obviously.

Windy City Gridiron’s Steve Ronkowski breaks down Lovie Smith’s version of the Tampa 2

Aaron Rodgers joined the guys from the NFL Network to talk NFC and the Romo-Rodgers golf rivalry. Fun stuff. Find me a more likeable guy in the league (you can’t).

Football Nation’s Jeff Hunter with a fun little piece on the biggest regrets in NFL history. So far, no mention of Gerard Warren, which can’t be right.

Momo over at Blatant Homerism analyzes college football’s cage-match playoff plans.

Curious about the Vikings’ receiving weaponry? Me too. Tom Pelissero breaks the group down here.

Scouring the web for the best football content leads one to treats like the Birdgang Podcast, a Cardinals-centric audio pleasure. Enjoy.


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