24 Feb 2013, 06:16am by Matt Waldman
He’s not big. He’s not fast. Yet, he’s the most sophisticated runner between the tackles I have seen this year.
15 comments, Last at 02 Mar 2013, 12:13pm by Billy Jenkins
23 Feb 2013, 12:37pm by Matt Waldman
No player has more at stake during his orthopedic evaluation at the combine this week than Marcus Lattimore.
22 Feb 2013, 08:31am by Matt Waldman
There are a lot of complicated questions surrounding Jones' cervical spinal stenosis. Dr. Jene Bramel's Second Opinion blog dives addresses them all.
1 comment, Last at 24 Feb 2013, 10:27pm by JonFrum
14 Feb 2013, 07:41am by Matt Waldman
The 6-4, 264-lb. tight end from South Carolina has a lot of tools to become a valuable contributor to an NFL offense as a late-round or UDFA option.
10 Feb 2013, 07:37pm by Matt Waldman
Ware isn’t a breakaway threat; he’s a hot-running, helmet-crunching, break-your-back, ball-carrying warrior. He’s rugged, smart, and technically sound in most aspects of the game. If Seattle didn’t have a Robert Turbin, Ware is the back I’d want backing up Marshawn Lynch. If Mike Shanahan wants a lean, mean, running back depth chart, he can dispense with most of the backs behind Alfred Morris and opt for Ware.
05 Feb 2013, 11:21am by Matt Waldman
Matt Waldman's views on the potential issues that arise from NFL teams balancing talent vs. need when it comes to drafting a quarterback and why this hurts an underrated talent like Tulane QB Ryan Griffin versus a "draft-not-to-lose" commodity like N.C. State's Mike Glennon.
14 comments, Last at 09 Feb 2013, 11:24pm by Noah of Arkadia
04 Feb 2013, 12:52pm by Matt Waldman
Matt Waldman breaks down the pass protection of UNC RB prospect Gionvani Bernard and shows why an understanding of angles is often more important than physical strength and leverage.
28 Jan 2013, 09:14am by Matt Waldman
Matt Waldman explains at his RSP blog why sometimes the difference between a touchdown and a drop of a wide-open pass comes down to the difference between an active and passive approach, the space between the fingertips and the palm, and understanding why even good technique isn't good in the wrong situation.
3 comments, Last at 30 Jan 2013, 11:00am by markus
24 Jan 2013, 07:46am by Matt Waldman
Matt Waldman follows up on Phil Savage's request for feedback with some big-picture ideas to make the event at Mobile a lyceum for career transition and coaching innovation.
5 comments, Last at 31 Mar 2013, 1:33am by Daniel Garcia
As actual NFL football returns to our lives, we have observations on good quarterback play in Dallas, bad quarterback play in Denver, the Olympics, baseball, taxes, and mermaids.