Here's a quick look back at the things that happened in the NFL universe this weekend. Oh, and to all of you who graduated this weekend, I offer a hearty congratulations, and I hope that the commencement speech you heard wasn't too painfully depressing.• Former Buffalo Bills great Bruce Smith was charged with drunken driving this weekend after being pulled over for speeding and refusing to take a breathalyzer. The officer did report, though, that Smith had a "positive demeanor", which is a great example to set for all the kids out there who get liquored up and drive.
• ESPN girded their loins for Wednesday's prison release of Michael Vick. They'll have on-site coverage in three locations, including the joint in Leavenworth, Kansas, Hampton Roads, Virginia, where the crimes took place, and Atlanta. There'll be an hour-long special on the network on Tuesday. All-told, 13 reporters will be working the Vick story, and it's almost a lock that there will be absolutely zero news outside of what we already know.
• Bills fullback Corey McIntyre(notes) was arrested in Florida on charges doing something really, really icky. Before we even note what that icky thing is, I want to point out that McIntyre vehemently denies the charges. The charge being, disturbingly, that he stood outside the window of a 59-year-old woman at 8:30 in the morning, watching her and masturbating. Yikes. Even if it is true, the good news for McIntyre is that he's still not in the running to be the worst-behaved Buffalo Bills running back of all time. The news comes to us from TC, um, Palm.
• This one's not football-related, but Harry Caray visited us, via Will Ferrell, on Saturday night.