"Dancing With The Stars" contestant and Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones talks about his strategy for winning the ABC competition on today's "NFL AM" beginning at 6 a.m. ET on NFL Network. Later, Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree describes the rush and rigors of the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine on "Path to the Draft" at 6 p.m., then joins "NFL Total Access" in studio at 7 p.m.
Here's what else is on tap for Thursday:
» The Alex Smith trade has major implications for the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, but it also affects QB prospect Geno Smith and many others. Our analysts discuss the fallout in the latest Instant Debate.
» The clock is ticking before the beginning of free agency on March 12. Gregg Rosenthal runs down the best players available on the market.
» With the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine in the books, a bevy of pro days constitute the next step on the path to the 2013 NFL Draft -- but how important are these underpublicized events? Former Dallas Cowboys executive Gil Brandt remembers 10 current NFL players who turned heads at their pro days.
» NFL Evolution reports on a Colorado study that suggests stronger neck muscles can help ward off concussions.
» Gil Brandt unveils his first post-combine mock draft. See who made big strides in Indianapolis.
» The St. Louis Rams have a couple holes to fill on defense, but their primary offseason focus must be surrounding quarterback Sam Bradford with playmakers, Chris Wesseling writes. And check out our Offseason Forecast page to see what the Rams and 31 other NFL clubs need to focus on in 2013.
» Find out if Rich Eisen could set a personal best Tuesday in the 40-yard dash. And check out some of the best submissions in the "Run Rich Run" challenge as NFL fans in work attire take their shots at glory.
» John Elway, Chuck Pagano, Jeff Fisher and Ed Reed at the Oscars -- they're all part of an encore edition of "The Rich Eisen Combine Special" tonight at 5 p.m. ET on NFL Network.
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