There are drills to run and skull sessions to nap through, but NFL players have no shortage of free time during the week. For most, that means more hours in the weight room. But a few technophiles spend their leisure hours maintaining personal Web sites. Rush to these three for a glimpse of what's happening on and off the field. Let's hope the Webmasters don't get their typing fingers mashed on Sunday.
Darren Bennett, Australia native and the Chargers' Pro Bowl punter, bids fans g'day with a site featuring his diary and scrapbook, an introduction to Aussie Rules football and Bennett's recommendations on books to read while on the road.
Saints kicker and foodie Doug Brien tees up profiles of some of his counterparts around the league, a placekicking tutorial that will have you splitting the uprights and a playbook of his favorite recipes and reviews of restaurants in various NFL cities.
Visit the site run by the Packers' fan-jumpin', song-rappin' receiver, where you can test-drive his newly released CD, Down Wit'tha Bay, and the two-year-old single Jump.
sites we'd like to see
Tribute to Griffey-Belle-Rodriguez-Walker and other missing-from-postseason stars.
For quarterbacks seeking a tryout with Browns scout Kosar.