18 Apr 2006, 11:42am by P. Ryan Wilson
I saw Adam Schefter mention this last night on "Total Access," but there is absolutely no way Houston wouldn't draft Reggie Bush, right? I mean, this has the be the definition of a pre-draft smokescreen. In related news, the Texans visited with linebacker Jeff Lageman earlier this week.
125 comments, Last at 21 Apr 2006, 2:32pm by Mr Shush
18 Apr 2006, 09:48am by P. Ryan Wilson
It's hard to believe that given all that has transpired, Marcus Vick was at one time considered a first or second-round talent. Now, he'll be lucky to get drafted. Greg Garber takes a look at how teams are becoming more and more diligent in assessing players' character, which given all the money involved is probably a good idea.
50 comments, Last at 20 Apr 2006, 7:52pm by Ryan Mc
17 Apr 2006, 10:09am by Aaron Schatz
Dominic Rhodes: massive 2006 fantasy sleeper, or just another backup running back?
23 comments, Last at 20 Apr 2006, 8:24am by Ilanin
17 Apr 2006, 10:01am by Michael David Smith
Peter King believes we place too much emphasis on the draft at the expense of talking free agency, which he says is a more important part of the NFL off-season.
171 comments, Last at 23 Apr 2006, 2:34am by BillWallace
14 Apr 2006, 07:37pm by P. Ryan Wilson
12 comments, Last at 17 Apr 2006, 6:43pm by Green Bay for Life
14 Apr 2006, 04:58pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Two stories out today about former college basketball standouts trying to make the transition to the NFL. We've already talked about Jai Lewis, but here's another article from the Washington Post. He has signed with an agent and is cramming two months of pro day preparation into two weeks (who knows, maybe LenDale's hammy will be better by then). And even though he may not get drafted, he's currently listed as a "priority free agent."
23 comments, Last at 17 Apr 2006, 5:17am by charles
13 Apr 2006, 10:58pm by P. Ryan Wilson
This explains a lot but I don't think it'll really influence White's draft position. If he was a mid-to-late first round pick with a good hammy, he's probably still a mid-to-late first round pick with a tweaked hammy. It's not like he blew out his knee or has a degenerative hip injury and is facing a grueling recovery with an uncertain future.
61 comments, Last at 20 Apr 2006, 3:31am by The Other Vlad
13 Apr 2006, 03:49pm by Michael David Smith
We don't often talk high school football around here, but we don't often have a story this important. The fumblerooski, that wonderful trick play that gives offensive linemen the chance to score, has been banned by the National Federation of State High School Associations. The game just got a little less fun.
36 comments, Last at 16 Apr 2006, 3:19pm by Bright Blue Shorts
13 Apr 2006, 01:09pm by P. Ryan Wilson
From the AP: "The lead prosecutor in the assault case against Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor stepped aside Wednesday after defense lawyers charged that he was using his prominence in the case to promote his moonlighting work as a nightclub disc jockey."
If Sean Taylor's defense team was smart, they'd beg to keep this guy on as lead prosecutor.
15 comments, Last at 13 Apr 2006, 9:29pm by Ron Mexico
12 Apr 2006, 06:26pm by P. Ryan Wilson
Huh. I thought I heard Adam Schefter say earlier this spring that the Pats were interested in keeping Seymour, but because they re-worked his deal last August, they have to wait at least 12 months before renegotiating a new contract. Guess Schefter was wrong. Or I misunderstood. Or both. Either way, this should make Pats fans happy.
82 comments, Last at 16 Apr 2006, 1:40am by Sergio
Resident offensive line expert Ben Muth previews the three teams on which he'll be focusing this season: Dallas, Denver, and Cleveland.