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Pick-6 Podast: Kevin Kolb's future, Terrell Owens returns

By Ryan Wilson | CBSSports.com
Kolb has a precarious hold on the starting job while T.O. is just hoping to make the team. (US PRESSWIRE)

Finally, we have actual football to talk about. Sure, it was just a preseason game featuring a bunch of guys who have very little chance to make the final roster but that's not the point. We're done with the offseason -- the free-agent movement, the draft, the speculation -- and it's back to 300-pound men running full speed into one another.

In the latest edition of the Pick-6 Podcast, Will Brinson and Ryan Wilson talk about Kevin Kolb's performance in the Hall of Fame Game and what, if anything, it says about his long-term viability in Arizona. The conversation inevitably turns to Terrell Owens, the newest member of the Seahawks, and where he fits on the depth chart. Is he No. 1 (nope, not as long as Sidney Rice is healthy), is he's No. 5 (behind Doug Baldwin, Golden Tate and Braylon Edwards), or will he not even make the team?

Finally, we discuss the Eye on Football all-division teams, starting with the AFC East and AFC North. Chatting starts promptly (and don't forget, you can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes).

For more NFL news, rumors and analysis, follow @EyeOnNFL on Twitter, like us on Facebook, and subscribe to our Pick-6 Podcast and NFL newsletter. You can follow Ryan Wilson on Twitter here: @ryanwilson_07.

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