Sherman's mouth; combine preview; Thursday's NFL news

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman continues his mano-a-mano trash-talk duel with the New York Jets' Darrelle Revis on today's "NFL AM"; also, we'll hear from Super Bowl hero and Dancing With the Starters mainstay Jacoby Jones of the Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing. Tune to NFL Network beginning at 6 a.m. ET.

The NFL Scouting Combine is about to kick the draft season into high gear. With that in mind, Gil Brandt puts together the first "Hot 100" list of the year. Find out who made the top 25.

Here's what else is on tap for Thursday:

» With the NFL Scouting Combine just two days away, NFL Network brings you live press conferences from Indianapolis today at 2 p.m. ET.

» Ian Rapoport provides 10 things that will be discussed by NFL types at the combine this week in the latest Rap Sheet Rundown.

» Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah's Combine Prospect Report.

» NFL Evolution reports that as NASCAR struggles to develop a concussion policy, legendary driver Bobby Allison still cannot remember his Daytona 500 victory 25 years ago.

» Adam Schein wonders what the heck is happening in Pittsburgh, where cracks are starting to show in the Steelers' once-steady facade.

» Albert Breer checks in with linebacker Brian Cushing, whose return to form is one of the keys to the Houston Texans' playoff hopes in 2013.

Harrison: NFL combine primer
Wondering who to watch at the NFL Scouting Combine? Elliot Harrison breaks it down by the draft needs of all 32 teams. More ...

» The fate of free-agent skill players like Mike Wallace and Greg Jennings will have a huge impact on the 2013 fantasy season. Michael Fabiano offers his take on the best destinations for some of the NFL's big-name free agents in 2013.

» If the Atlanta Falcons are going to prop open their Super Bowl window, they need to address some big offseason questions, Chris Wesseling writes. Check out our Offseason Forecast page to see what the Falcons and 31 other NFL clubs need to focus on in 2013.

» Think you can run faster than NFL Network's Rich Eisen in the 40-yard dash? Submit your videos now and get a chance to have your run aired on NFL Network.

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