Friday morning links and notes

Sources are saying to the Bengals beat writers that agreements have been made with Pat Sims and Corey Lynch but "probably" won't "sign their deals until arriving Sunday for training camp at Georgetown College". No deal has been reached for Anthony Collins, despite a rumor going around the web that one was made. Mark Curnutte writes that negotiations are "productive" between the team and the two wide receivers, Jerome Simpson and Andre Caldwell while it seems there's little movement on the Keith Rivers front. Only ten first-round picks have agreements with their respective teams.

This Bleacher Report piece said, while running the title "Five of the Wildest Shockers of the NFL Offseason", that "Chad Johnson wanted to execute a sit out with TJ Houshmandzadeh."

Stacy Andrews' brother is likely holding out.

By now you know that Hashmarks is gone and that ESPN's blogging platform is now divided up by conference. Which likely means the AFC North will recalled "Steelers/Ravens" blog before too long.

Willie Anderson on 10 veteran players that New England placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list. "I've been playing basketball with some of those guys down here in Atlanta this offseason," Anderson said. "They're fine."

The A-11 offense blends aspects of the spread option, west coast and run-and-shoot.

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