NFC North Daily: Hot Breakfast Links for July 11, 2012

Andrew GardaFeatured ColumnistJuly 11, 2012


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A long day on Tuesday as I was involved in a shoot of over 40 videos for the next month here at Bleacher Report. I only did about 10, but Aaron Nagler, Dan Levy, Matt Miller and Josh Zerkle did about three dozen. As they post, I'll let you know, especially the NFC North stuff.

Without further ado (or more further ado, or a lot of ado) here are this morning's links.


Detroit Lions

Zac Snyder (apparently not the guy who did the movie Watchmen) says Matt Stafford could soon be rewriting the Lions' record books.

Cliff Avril says that while the deadline looms to get a long-term deal done, he's optimistic one is there to be made, according to Justin Rogers.

Just so you know—as it stands I am slated to interview Ndamukong Suh Wednesday afternoon—so some article, audio or something will be surfacing tonight or tomorrow.


Green Bay Packers

CheeseheadTV and B/R writer Brian Carriveau thinks Jermichael Finley will finally reach his potential.

Tyler Dunne gives you five younger players who could be key to the Packers season.


Minnesota Vikings

Adrian Peterson's attorney continues to insist there wasn't any reason for his client to be arrested in the first place, so how can he resist arrest?

Since we haven't chatted up the Josh Gordon Hype Machine, I thought I'd mention that Tom Pelissero reports the Vikings were there at his workout.

Do with that what you will.


Chicago Bears

The folks at ESPN Chicago break the 2011 season's stats down in video form!

Brad Biggs gives you some storylines for the upcoming training camp. Be warned—it's a "digital subscriber" article, but that just means you have to sign up to read it—at present it's free.

If it's free, I'll take three.


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