PFT rewind . . . July 29, 2009

We’re in the process of working into our daily routine a look back at the prior day’s work product, because we realize that some of you aren’t checking the site 20 times a day.

Even though you should be.

So here’s some of the stuff you might have missed in the past 24 hours or so.

Brian Urlacher denied that he believes Jay Cutler paints his toenails.

The Vikings’ training camp T-shirt motto this year apparently will be, “We didn’t want him anyway.”

And the back of the shirt will read, “And we still don’t want him if he changes his mind.”

The good news is that Minnesota quarterback Sage Rosenfels can start reading PFT again; at least until November 1.

A decision to retire from the NFL doesn’t undermine the amazing recovery of Kenechi Udeze.

Packers safety Nick Collins prefers to keep $17,000 per day; Falcons receiver Roddy White might feel differently.

Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce won’t be sending a Christmas ham this year to Plaxico Burress.  (Or a cake with a file in it.)

Some teams that say they don’t want Mike Vick are full of it — the Saints might be one of them.

ESPN The Ocho” has finally come to fruition.

Now we’ll get back to watching “ESPN The Uno,” where one of the top stories involves . . . a civil lawsuit filed against NASCAR’s Jeremy Mayfield in the absence of criminal charges.

Go figure.