'The Top 100' continues tonight; Thursday's NFL news

Find out the next 10 names up for debate when players No. 40-31 of "The Top 100 Players of 2013" are revealed tonight at 8 p.m. ET on NFL Network, followed at 9 p.m. by the one-hour debate show, "The Top 100 Players of 2013 Reactions."

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Baltimore Ravens visit the White House

Take a look as President Obama congratulates the Baltimore Ravens on their Super Bowl victory.

Here's what else is on tap for Thursday:

» Get a head start on day's football talk with "NFL AM" at 6 a.m. ET on NFL Network. Today, Ed Reed helps us recap the Baltimore Ravens' jovial visit to the White House -- including President Obama's funniest lines. Plus Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon.

» NFL.com's 2013 fantasy football coverage is off and running: See our lists of the top 25 fantasy players and the top 10 players to avoid. Plus, check out Michael Fabiano's 20 Fantasy Football Lessons Learned from 2012.

» "NFL Total Access" and Around The League have launched their "32 in 32" series, breaking down the biggest subplots of every NFL team as the 2013 season approaches. Up today: the Washington Redskins.

» Dennis Pitta of the Super Bowl-champion Baltimore Ravens and the Atlanta Falcons' Roddy White join Dave and Adam Rank on an all-new Dave Dameshek Football Program. And catch Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera with Steve Wyche and Mark Kriegel on an all-new Double Coverage Podcast.

» Jeff Darlington on Sean Payton's return to the New Orleans Saints after a one-year exile that might have seemed like an eternity to some Saints fans.

» Bucky Brooks on why the much-maligned JaMarcus Russell should get another shot in the NFL.

» There are nine current head coaches with NFL playing experience, but who would make the best coach among players in the league right now? Our experts tackle the subject in the latest Instant Debate.

» NFL Evolution reports on how an Arena League football team has become a lab for a University of Utah researcher to experiment with helmet sensors that measure "secondary" concussive hits.

» Happy birthday to St. Louis Rams quarterback Kellen Clemens, who turns 30 on Thursday.

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