First, Don Banks had his training camp postcard from Ashburn and repeats what we've been hearing for some time: Jason Campbell is a not a bust:
"He won't fail, because of the type of young man he is, and the way he works and approaches the game,'' Saunders said. "Great quarterbacks have three things: Great composure. Great courage. And great temperament. He has all those intangibles. He just needs to develop his physical technique and his understanding of the offense, and how that part of the game works. But that will come with experience. I actually feel great to be working in the NFL with a kid like this. They're rare.''
Also, hat tip to a very skeptical Ryan O'Halloran at the Times, but apparently Sean Taylor is the biggest hitter in the NFL. Fans won't disagree, though Ryan makes a compelling point that, having looked at the stats, I can't disagree with:
Giving Brian Dawkins his full due, I think some of the hits Sean Taylor has laid on people are incomparably vicious, though I am willing to concede the point pending video evidence. At this moment, Hogs Haven happily accepts the Meast as numero uno.