DM: Come out of the block rolling. Possibly win the NFC North. Give ourselves a good opportunity in the playoffs.
Will we ever see the Michael Jackson dance in the end zone again?
DM: Not at all. I'm 34 years old. After I've had a sports hernia and an ACL injury, I think I'm past the moonwalk and the leg kick.
(above) told me he's not concerned about RB Chris Johnson's holdout. "I played in Seattle when Walter Jones was doing his holdout thing," Hasselbeck said. "The feeling was, We know Walter Jones is good enough to just show up, and the best part is there's no chance he gets hurt [in camp]." ... The Philadelphia Eagles have been called a "dream team" because of their off-season acquisitions. The NFL Network's Warren Sapp
(below) doesn't think the label fits: "Dream team? Give me a break. They're the Eagles. The last time I checked they haven't won anything since 1960." ... Keegan Bradley probably shouldn't seek John Daly's advice on how to celebrate. Daly recalled his PGA victory 20 years ago: "I think I remember taking a limo to the McDonald's drive-through and sticking my head out of the top window and ordering four or five Big Macs." ... After the Tiger Woods--Steve Williams drama at the WGC-Bridgestone Tournament, I asked Phil Mickelson's caddie, Jim (Bones) Mackay
(above), if he expects to be fired some day. "Absolutely," Mackay said. "It's part of the gig. In my 20 years there's been some guys fired where I said, Holy cow, I can't believe that."