1. Texas Sized Cuts
The Cowboys can't get rid of players fast enough. Roy Williams, Marion Barber, Leonard Davis and several others have been shown the door in Dallas, clearing cap space for America's Team. How many cuts does it take to buy a certain cornerback named Asomugha?
2. Same Old Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown has stood firm regarding the status of Carson Palmer, and it looks like the former No. 1 overall draft selection will retire rather than return to the Bengals after Brown refused to meet Palmer's demand for a trade. Must be awkward for Palmer's younger brother Jordan - also a Bengals quarterback.
3. Security Guy Tries To Save Redskins
John Beck arrived at Redskins Park on Monday, planning on meeting with 'Skins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. But Beck was refused entry after a security guard didn't recognize the team's QB. No word on whether the guard will allow coach Mike Shanahan to enter the premises if Beck actually ends up as the starting quarterback.
4. Mr. Wilson Goes To Washington
The 2010 World Series champion San Francisco Giants visited President Obama at the White House, with Obama admitting in his remarks that he does indeed fear Brian Wilson's beard. Unofficially, Wilson possesses the biggest beard the White House has seen since Benjamin Harrison was in the Oval Office.
5. ESPN The Movie
20th Century Fox has acquired the rights to the film portrayal of the recent book ESPN: Those Guys Have All The Fun. Here's to hoping the sequel will be called ESPN 2: Those Guys Have Skip Bayless Every Morning.