The biggest surprises of the entire 2012 NFL Draft came by way of three undrafted players: quarterback Kellen Moore, running back Chris Polk and linebacker Vontaze Burfict. All three had different reasons for not being selected: Moore coming under criticism for his arm strength, Burfict for his mercurial temperament and Polk because of injury concerns. Washington made a splash, in a strange manner, by selecting Kirk Cousins in the fourth round after already taking Robert Griffin III with the No.
For most of the 2011 college football season, Vontaze Burfict was penciled in as a sure-fire first-round pick in the 2012 NFL draft. But the Arizona State linebacker ended up going undrafted during this year's event, and his monumen... Read Post
2012 NFL Mock Draft Sends Vontaze Burfict to San Diego Chargers The San Diego Chargers waited until the third round of the 2011 draft to pick a linebacker. They still need help at that position, and with a strong group of linebacker... Read Post
Vontaze Burfict might have been the biggest name to fall out of the draft, but anyone who had been paying attention for the last three months could have anticipated Burfict's fall. Prolific Washington RB Chris Polk's fall out of the... Read Post