The biggest news in the NFL recently has been the trade talks for Donovan McNabb.  I’ll refrain from talking about possible fantasy repercussions until something actually happens, but it sure looks like something is going to happen.  I think you can figure out what I want to happen when I tell you I own Kevin Kolb on my dynasty team.

Speaking of dynasty teams, I think we will get a Razzball readers dynasty league going after the NFL Draft, so if you are interested give me a shout.  I’ll gauge interest and then see the best way to go from there.

Here are some links to hold you over until your over holding:

We have to wait until August 8th for our first sniff of live NFL football when Cincinnati takes on the Cowboys in the Hall of Fame game. That’s just a measly 129 days.  We can do that standing on our head!   You can also check out the rest of the 2010 NFL Preseason schedule here.

The Shutdown Corner laments the treatment of Donovan McNabb.  I agree completely with him, but if I were Donovan, I’d want to get out of Philly even if it means playing for the Raiders.

Fantasy Depth Chart takes an in depth look at Mike Martz and his offensive tendencies.  I hear he likes to throw the ball.

Daniel Jeremiah, a former NFL scout, gives us his most recent mock draft at Move The Sticks.

The Football Girl has an interview with Javon Walker.  When asked if he could be a fantasy sleeper next year with a team he said, “Fantasy is about what have you done for me lately, and I haven’t done nothing, so I just want to mess up everybody’s fantasy league wondering where he’d come from.”

Here’s an interview with Stephen Malkmus of Pavement fame and here’s the money excerpt, “I cannot exaggerate the degree to which Malkmus enjoys fantasy sports; he almost seems to like them more than music. His fantasy football team was devastated by the loss of Ronnie Brown to injury, but he’s stayed in the playoff hunt by picking up Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice.”  I cannot exaggerate the degree to which this made my day!

I believe Tim Tebow is a double douche-burger with a side of self-righteousness, but that isn’t something I can back up statistically, well, maybe I could, but I rather watch The Marvelous Misadventures Of Flapjack.  But if you want to look at some football stats, and who doesn’t, then check out Cold, Hard Football Facts for their take on Mr. Tebow.

NFL FanHouse takes a close look at running back committees.

This should make you wince.