04 Apr 2004, 08:08am by Michael David Smith
The first three rounds of the NFL draft take place April 24. On April 25, every NFL beat writer will present his draft grades. And this will mean absolutely nothing -- because it takes years to truly judge how well a team has drafted. Michael David Smith looks back to the 1998 draft, six years ago. How did opinion then differ from performance afterwards?
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02 Apr 2004, 07:14am by admin
Part II of the discussion of the 2004 NFL draft
A year contract to sit at the SportsCenter desk and tell us about sports. Who won? Let's see.
25 Mar 2004, 03:24am by admin
A special treat for those of you watching ESPN's Dream Job and reading Pat's weekly synopsis, as he's spoken to our sentimental favorite candidate. What I wouldn't do for a scotch and rye and a whisky dry right now.
24 Mar 2004, 02:05pm by Al Bogdan
While Ian is hard at work doing actual work, Al has been thinking about Charlie Garner's arrival in Tampa. Can Garner help the Bucs get back to the Super Bowl? To do so, he'll have to do something only three other running backs in NFL history have accomplished.
People, it is pronounced "Zavier." Time for Pat's weekly synopsis of ESPN's sportscaster reality show.
17 Mar 2004, 09:58am by Michael David Smith
Mike reviews the new second edition of this book that should help coaches and fans from the high school level to the pros. All you ever wanted to know about knee-taking and more. Someone stick this on Mike Martz's "Amazon Wish List," OK?
15 Mar 2004, 01:15pm by Russell Levine
What do we want more, a winning team or a likable one? Russell Levine offers a requiem for John Lynch's career in Tampa, with lessons that are just as important for 31 other sets of NFL fans. Plus, as our resident Michigan grad, Russell has thoughts on Drew Henson.
More of our weekly synopsis of ESPN's sportscaster reality show. This week, jet off to Jupiter, and a ramalamahamdon't.