Update: Donovan McNabb believes there's "no reason" why Percy Harvin can't be a perennial Pro Bowler with 90-100 catches and over 1,000 yards. "I have played with guys that play big, but are short in stature and have been so successful," McNabb said. If Harvin can stay healthy, he should be in for a big season.
Update: The Vikings reportedly plan to hand Adrian Peterson a "much bigger role" in the downfield passing game this season. New Vikings QB Donovan McNabb is a guy who likes to toss the ball to his backs out of the backfield, so look for the Vikings to incorporate this into their offense to play up to McNabb's strength.
Update: In an interview with the Florida Times Union, Maurice Jones-Drew acknowledged that the Jaguars are "already kind of scared of my (surgically repaired) knee" and "anxious to throw Rashad (Jennings) in" for more carries.
Update: ESPN is reporting that the players will reportedly receive 48 percent of "all revenue" under the framework of the labor deal currently being discussed. NFLPA chief DeMaurice Smith insists the players only saw 53 percent of the revenues under the previous agreement, though 60 percent is the number most commonly cited.
Update: ESPN's Adam Schefter reports on Twitter that all players with at least four years of service time will be unrestricted free agents under the labor agreement currently being discussed. This would impact in excess of 500 current players and would potentially lead to a free agent frenzy once a deal is reached.
Update: Two people with knowledge of the situation tell the Washington Post that the Vikings are "indeed" one of the teams interested in Donovan McNabb. Reports are that McNabb wants to play in Minny, but there had not been any reports that the Vikes were actually interested. No team is going to trade for McNabb.
Update: Washington QB Jake Locker shot down speculation on Tuesday's ProFootballTalk Live that he would turn to baseball's Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the event of a lockout. Locker had a nice combine, and certainly doesn't want to do anything to mess up the hype that now surrounds him.
Update: Minnesota Vikings free safety Madieu Williams has been names the 2010 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.
Fantasy Impact: This award recognizes the players off-the-field charity as well as great play on the field. Williams is currently in the Persian Gulf visiting US service members. The Viking defensive back had created The Madieu Williams Center for Global Health. Williams couldn't be more thankful, saying, "It is a tremendous honor that Madieu has been named the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year".
Update: TitanInsider.com's Darren McFarland reports that the Vikings' hiring of Titans running backs coach Craig Johnson enhances the chances of them targeting Vince Young. Johnson spent eight seasons as the quarterbacks coach in Tennessee.
Fantasy Impact: If there is anyone who knows what Young is capable of, it is Johnson. Many believe that the Vikings are Young's best option, but it may be interesting to see if they show interest in him or possibly Donovan McNabb who is likely to be released.
Update: Two sources told FOXSports.com on Monday that Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre has already filed his retirement papers with the NFL, just weeks after the end of his 20th season.
Fantasy Impact: We have been down this road before with Favre, so nothing is certain. We won't believe he is actually done until the first snap of the 2011 season takes place without him.