It’s Monday. You’re back at work, likely after having the last four days off.
You’re bored. It’s lunch time (in some time zones). PFT Live doesn’t return for two more weeks.
So instead of requiring you to scroll and click and scroll and click through the various pages of the Rumor Mill, we decided to put together for you a one-stop link dump of the biggest stories you may have missed during the many hours of non-work time, when your likelihood of searching the Internet for non-work reasons is considerably lower.
Here’s a stack of every story that mentioned Aaron Hernandez. (It would be a good page to bookmark, if you’re looking for unsolicited suggestions. Which would make the suggestion something other than unsolicited.)
Urban Meyer finally broke his silence regarding Hernandez.
Meyer shouldn’t have.
Ditto for his wife and daughter.
The Pats now have a lot of Hernandez jerseys.
Patriots fans could soon be clamoring for the jersey of RB Shane Vereen.
John Harbaugh may have started an expensive new football tradition.
The Packers hope to retire No. 4 at some point in the next three years.
The Rams will become free agents after the 2014 season; so where will they go?
ESPN’s Ron Jaworski has Matthew Stafford in the middle of the pack of NFL starters. (More than a few of the 15 teams whose starters came in ahead of Stafford would likely be willing to do a straight up trade.)
A former replacement ref got another gig this weekend.
A Ravens cheerleader died in a motorcycle accident on Friday.
The president who said he wasn’t a crook thought the NFL’s blackout policy was crooked.
The Dirty Birds’ new tailback won’t be getting his uniform very dirty in the preseason.
“That’s not a knife . . . that’s a knife.”
Former Ravens LB Ray Lewis wasn’t able to step up Mt. Kilimanjaro.
RGIII got hitched, and one of the guests was complaining about the Redskins name from the ceremony.
A Native American author has complained about the Commissioner’s support for the Redskins name.
Someone slightly larger than a Leprechaun wants to play a football game in Ireland.
The squabble between Atlanta and a church over the money it will take to clear the way for a Falcons stadium is going next level.
Now get back to making your money by doing something other than surfing the Internet. But we’ll be here when you take your next break. In about five minutes.