#ICYMI Monday

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[Editor’s note: This is a new offseason feature that may or may not continue. It’s aimed at giving the people who typically don’t read about football during non-work hours a quick and easy way to catch up on what they may have missed on Saturday and/or Sunday. Whether the feature continues depends on how many of you click, click, click it.]

Jim Irsay, never change.

Dabo Swinney, maybe change.

Tread lightly, Antonio Brown.

Matt Slauson chooses not to coach, for now.

Stefon Diggs preaches patience.

RIP Red Cashion.

Hello, AAF.

Hello, transparency in replay review.


Tony Romo withdrew from the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Trent Richardson is back. Sort of.

Sam Shields is back, in a different way.

Jim Harbaugh has a much higher opinion of Tom Brady than Lloyd Carr ever did.

Vance Joseph hopes to get back.

Christian Hackenberg isn’t back; he never was here.

Mike Vick may or may not be coming back.

Mike Bercovici is already gone.

New Broncos coach Vic Fangio will or won’t be patient.

Should the Super Bowl MVP award have gone to multiple players?

Nickell Robey-Coleman loses another $26K.

It won’t be more expensive to attend Lions games, for the most part.

Vince Young will be fighting aggressively a DUI arrest for which he has publicly apologized.

Brendan Daly is leaving New England for Kansas City.

Matt House is leaving Kentucky for Kansas City, unless he isn’t.

Joe Vitt vs. Gregg Williams, revisited.

Robert Alford will be getting plenty of exercise in Arizona.

What’s this? A former Aaron Rodgers teammate who speaks highly of him?