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Unwinding on the links; 2011 reports cards still rolling in

Got football withdrawal already? NFL Network's got you covered, with encore showings of "Sound FX: Super Bowl XLVI" at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. ET. On tap all day long are replays of a historic run of great Super Bowls in recent years. And tune in at 7 p.m. ET for all the latest news from "NFL Total Access."

Here's what else is on tap for Monday:

» Elliot Harrison gives the up-and-down Raiders an Exit Interview for the 2011 season, while Steve Wyche takes up the Titans' case.

Wyche: The future is now

The 2011 campaign has ended ... which means next season is upon us! Steve Wyche has 12 storylines to follow in 2012. **More ...**

» A number of NFL players and coaches hit the links for the Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Check out a photo gallery featuring Aaron Rodgers, Bill Belichick, Jim Harbaugh and a foursome including Tony Romo and Tiger Woods.

» When free agency begins next month, wide receiver looks to be one of the deepest positions. Which pass-catcher offers the most bang for the buck? Our analysts debate.

» Rolling Stone magazine recently asked readers who should follow Madonna as the next Super Bowl halftime performer, and the choices ranged from wholly logical to completely insane.

» With the 2011 NFL season behind us, it's time to focus on the combine and the draft. Bucky Brooks writes that the trend to avoid taking running backs high in the first round could land someone a big steal this year.

» The NFL has grown from humble roots to a league with a global fan base, and it's not stopping. Take a look at the sport's evolution.

» The March edition of NFL Magazine captures the story of Eli Manning's triumphant season in New York, plus much more. Subscribe now and save up to 75 percent off newsstand prices.

» Happy birthday to free-agent wide receiver Randy Moss, who turns 35 on Monday. Also celebrating a birthday is Bucs cornerback Aqib Talib, who turns 26.

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