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Williams to be questioned in N.Y.; franchise tag deadline nears

Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is meeting with league officials in New York on Monday amid reports of possible NFL rules violations when Williams was coaching with teams other than the Saints. Watch NFL Network for the latest on the developing story, and get in-depth coverage on, where Bucky Brooks calls the Saints' 'pay for performance' system commonplace, Michael Lombardi gives the front-office view, and we ask our NFL experts if Jeff Fisher should fire Williams in St. Louis.

Here' what else is on tap for Monday:

» Running back Marshawn Lynch, who last season gave the Seahawks the powerful running game they envisioned when they traded for him in 2010, re-signed with Seattle for four years and $31 million.'s Mock Draft Central

With the combine now in the rearview, analysts unveil their attempts at projecting how Round 1 will go on April 26. **More ...**

» Hear from Redskins linebacker London Fletcher live Monday on NFL Network. Fletcher played for Gregg Williams' Redskins defense in 2007.

» Ex-Colts coach Tony Dungy says Peyton Manning's neck issues surfaced after a 2006 hit by the Redskins, who were coached by Williams at the time. Watch the play here.

» Five episodes of NFL Network's popular "Top 10" show are offered up for fans to vote on, with the winner airing March 10.

» From NFL player comparisons to entrance songs, get to know the prospects at the top of the 2012 NFL Draft class in a wide range of categories.

» Justin Blackmon's NFL destination could be affected by which team trades up to the Rams' No. 2 spot to pick Robert Griffin III. See how our experts believe the first round will play out.

» NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora dishes the latest from around the league, such as Cardinals OT Levi Brown likely heading to the free-agent market.

» 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 former Cowboys receiver, Pro Football Hall of Famer, three-time Super Bowl champion and NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin, who turns 46 on Monday. Also celebrating birthdays are Titans coach Mike Munchak, who turns 52, and Saints guard Carl Nicks, who turns 29.

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