ESPN's NFC West blogger Mike Sando talks Seahawks are the rookie mini-camp is tomorrow. He talks about what Pete Carroll is hoping to see from the rookies and which ones could end up forcing their way onto the roster. Also Sando says some executives in the league were critical of the Percy Harvin trade because it is a move that bucks the trend of how Seattle goes about building the team.
Is it fair to judge an athlete's career based on championships alone? It seems most elite basketball players have achieved this, but what about other sports?
Can Dennis Rodman do some great diplomatic work since he's such close buddies with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un? Should he serve in such an important role?