As we anxiously await the start of the football season, the writers at NFL.com have compiled an all-time list of the most underrated and overrated players for every team. The Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears kick things off, but NFL.com readers are invited to have their say as well.
Here's what else is on tap for Monday:
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» The Atlanta Falcons, Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings all head to minicamp Tuesday. Join "NFL AM" beginning at 6 a.m. ET on NFL Network to learn what you can expect to see from these teams as the veterans come back to town.
» NFL.com fantasy expert Adam Rank has done some heavy lifting, creating a bracket of 34 films in the running to be named The Greatest Football Movie Ever. See the contenders here, and stay tuned for the tournament to find out which film comes out on top.
» NFL Network and NFL.com's 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 Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
» Chad Johnson returns to court Monday to ask a judge to reduce his 30-day jail sentence after denying his plea bargain for a probation violation. Johnson's friend T.O. paid his fellow former receiver a visit over the weekend and offered us all an update on Johnson's spirits as he prepares again to face the judge.
» Rapper Snoop Lion gives his take on who the Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback should be next season.
» Bucky Brooks pits Wes Welker against Victor Cruz, comparing the top receivers to answer the question, "Who's Better?"
» Albert Breer scours the AFC North to determine who's really in charge.
» NFL Evolution has a report from Kimberly Jones, who talks with Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen and his wife Kara about how team owner Jerry Richardson reached out to them in the time of need for the couple's young son.
» Kellen Winslow and Tim Tebow are no longer free agents, but Willis McGahee just hit the market. Check out all the latest comings and goings with NFL.com's Free-Agent Tracker.