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If you're an LSU fan, do you want to play Florida at full strength?
It's still not clear whether Tim Tebow will play Saturday. Would a Tigers win be worth less if the Florida star quarterback doesn't get on the field?
Do men listen to everything women say?
"When we act like we aren't listening, we really are," Tony Gonzalez told Cosmopolitan magazine. "We hear everything you have said."
Is Brett Favre still a great quarterback?
The Vikings QB threw for three touchdowns and 271 yards. Of course, eight sacks by the defense probably contributed to the Monday night win.
What do you think of Braylon Edwards allegedly hitting another guy?
The NFL is looking into the accusation that Edwards punched promoter Edward Givens, a friend of NBA superstar LeBron James, early Monday morning.
Would new Rams owners be good or bad for fans?
Rush Limbaugh said he is teaming up with St. Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts in a bid to buy the Rams, owners of the NFL's longest current losing streak.
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Chad Ochocinco is still a member of the Bengals, Anquan Boldin is still a member of the Cardinals and Brett Favre is still indecisive. So not much has changed since last we left the NFL, right? Terrell Owens is in Bills camp talking about the unfairness of any further delay in Michael Vick's comeback? Right, so maybe not everything is right where we left it.
As incredibly wealthy people move into college dorm rooms across the country for the rite of passage that is training camp (or orientation at Sarah Lawrence College, take your pick), there are more than a few familiar faces in new places. Back in May, SportsNation gave the Eagles the highest marks for their offseason moves, but considering first-round pick Jeremy Maclin remains unsigned as camp approaches, they may not even be among the best shoppers in their own city if the Phillies find a way to tack on Roy Halladay on top of the Flyers adding Chris Pronger.
Offseason acquisitions are one topic on the agenda for today's "SportsNation" (4 p.m. ET, ESPN2), but how does your scorecard look for moves like the Redskins signing Albert Haynesworth and the Bears trading for Jay Cutler?