Reaction to Williams' speech; anticipation for Tebow's ...

The NFL was roiled Thursday by the release of an audio tape in which former New Orleans defensive coordinator Gregg Williams can be heard exhorting his players to injure members of the San Francisco 49ers before the teams' NFC divisional round game last season. Meanwhile, stay tuned to NFL Network and NFL.com for the latest on the Saints story, including the league's impending ruling on the "bounty" appeals.

Here's what else is on tap for Friday:

Reuter: Biggest pro-day winners

Kendall Wright improved his draft stock at his pro day. And he wasn't alone. Chad Reuter provides pro-day winners. More ...

Former Dallas Cowboys special teams coach Joe Avezzano, a fan favorite when the Cowboys won three Super Bowls in the 1990s, died Thursday in Italy. He was 68.

New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow won't be spending a quiet Easter Sunday at home this weekend: He'll be speaking to about 30,000 people at an outdoor church service in Texas.

The NFL's QB hierarchy is a constant topic of conversation. So, how do the league's most-scrutinized players stack up against each other? Jason Smith provides his QB rankings, with a surprising No. 1 pick.

Join funnyman Ray Romano on the latest Rich Eisen Podcast, and find out how you can enter the "Step In Rich's Shoes" contest and appear on a future episode.

Find out who team beat writers believe will be drafted in the first eight picks, as we unveil our "On the Beat" mock draft.

Harrison: 12 more for '12

NFL.com already unveiled the 12 most intriguing games in 2012. But Elliot Harrison says the next 12 are enticing, as well. More ...

Always dreamed of watching the NFL draft in person? Enter now to win a trip to the 2012 Draft, where you could announce a pick live at Radio City Music Hall.

Eli Manning was snubbed in last year's edition of the "Top 100 Players". Surely that won't be the case this year, will it?

Five playoff games from the 2011 season are up for a vote by fans. Select your favorite, then see if it airs April 14 on NFL Network.

Happy birthday to Oakland Raiders LB Aaron Curry, who turns 26 on Friday, and to former Green Bay Packers WR Sterling Sharpe, who turns 47.

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