The NFL draft is well-known for the rumors and innuendo that fly from anonymous sources, but those loose lips also open up after the draft. Pro Football Weekly's "Audibles" column this week has terrific thoughts from anonymous NFL coaches, scouts and front-office personnel: I can’t believe someone didn’t take (Michigan State QB) Kirk Cousins sooner. (Washington) took two great shots at getting a quarterback.
Heading into the NFL draft, Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins thought he’d be chosen by a team that envisioned him as a future starter after a couple years as an apprentice to a thirtysomething veteran. Instead, Cousins was ch... Read Post
Just because Thanksgiving is over doesn't mean you can't continue to fill up on football. Turkey Day provided a couple of terrific matchups on Thursday, giving us three contests that featured teams within at least two games of each ... Read Post
Kirk Cousins was expected to be taken in the early-middle rounds of the 2012 NFL Draft by a team looking for a starting quarterback. No one thought that team would be the same one that traded up to No. 2 overall to select Robert Gri... Read Post