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Rookies are still in Kansas City for another week. Just a few more strength and conditioning workouts separate them from the downtime their veteran teammates are currently enjoying.
Of course, there isn't much time to relax with the start of training camp looming on July 27th.
Most of the rookies will head home next week to continue workouts at a local gym, high school or university. They might take a weekend off to visit the beach, attend a wedding or travel with friends, but the business of being a professional football player is already well on its way.
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I am somewhat hesitant to do this post because it is clear the Minnesota Vikings do not have any plans to trade unhappy receiver Percy Harvin.
However, I've been asked by many readers to look and see whether Harvin fits in the AFC West. Also, you never know if this deal will blow up and Harvin will actually be dealt. So here we go. Let's look if Harvin would fit with the four AFC West teams.
Percey Harvin In The AFC West? from ESPN
So you're an athlete. And you want a painting, a portrait, something that stands out on your wall. Oh, and you want it to look completely and utterly like nothing else.
Whom do you call?
Gabe Richesson is a pretty good option.
Richesson -- a Missouri native and Phoenix-area resident who played football at William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo. -- has become something of an artist to the athletes over the past several years.
Lincoln's incredible all-around performance in a 51-10 win over the Boston Patriots in the 1963 AFL title game came before the AFL-NFL merger but is included in the NFL record book as one of the best playoff showings of all time. Lincoln carried the ball 13 times for 206 yards and a touchdown, and caught seven passes for 123 yards and another score. His 329 all-purpose yards remain the second most ever in a postseason game behind only the 350 put up by the Chiefs' Ed Podolak in a loss to the Dolphins in 1971.
The NFL's Playoff Standouts from ESPN
Nollskie from Oklahoma City wants to know what we should expect from Kansas City's sixth-round pick, running back Cyrus Gray.
Bill Williamson: He is a long-term prospect. But he is a pretty highly-rated player. With Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis both expected to get a lot of carries, there may not be much room for Gray. But if he earns some carries, they will give him a look and he should get some special-teams playing time. I'm interested in seeing what he can do.
Mailbag: Marcel Reece's Role from ESPN