Time for your morning links on the July 14th, 2012.
Conditioning At Camp Fitzgerald
A look at what goes on during Fitzgerald summer camp.
Arizona Sports News:
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Chicago Cubs - Recap - July 13, 2012 - ESPN
MLB Baseball Recap: Final statistics from the Arizona vs. Chicago game played on July 13, 2012
Recap: Chicago Cubs vs. Arizona - Baseball Wires - MiamiHerald.com
Alfonso Soriano smacked four hits, including a pair of home runs, drove in five and scored three times, leading the Chicago Cubs to an 8-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks in the opener of a three-game set.
Breaking down the Phoenix Suns Summer League roster
A look at the entire Phoenix Suns roster for the Vegas Summer League
Gregg Williams vows to coach again despite ban - NFL.com
Gregg Williams is firmly entrenched in NFL coaching purgatory for his role in the Saints "bounty" scandal, but he doesn't seem to think his career as a coach is finished.
Chiefs used 'Kill the head and the body will die' line - NFL.com
The line heard in suspended defensive coach Gregg Williams' infamous "bounty" speech may not be specific only to the Saints. The phrase appears to also be linked to the 2008 Chiefs.
Matt Forte 'optimistic' about new Chicago Bears deal - NFL.com
With his talks concerning a long-term deal nearing the 24th hour with the Bears, Matt Forte isn't giving up hope. The franchise running back thinks something will get done by Monday's deadline.
Minnesota Vikings rookies told of strip-club dangers - NFL.com
As a former gentleman's club owner, Sean Bishop has seen firsthand many an athlete fall victim to the perils of strip clubs. His message at the Vikings rookie symposium was clear: Stay away.
Baltimore Ravens might need to count on young faces - NFL.com
Youngsters such as rookie linebacker Courtney Upshaw could be pushed into significant roles for the Ravens as the team copes with several questions marks heading into 2012.
Drew Brees rejuvenated by New Orleans Saints deal - NFL.com
After questioning his future as an NFL quarterback following shoulder surgery six years ago, new $100 million-man Drew Brees feels like a kid again these days.