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SEC Football Q&A: Top RBs, Nick Marshall's Passing Game and Vols in the East

Every Friday, we feature questions from Twitter. Do you have a question for next week's Q&A? Send it to SEC Lead Writer Barrett Sallee on Twitter at @ BarrettSallee. You have SEC questions, and I have SEC answers. Thank you for your questions. Show More Summary

PFT Live: Will Cam Newton holdout?

Mike Florio discusses the possibility of a Cam Newton holdout.

Alabama Football: Top Recruits Visiting Tide for Spring Game Weekend

Alabama head coach Nick Saban annually uses the A-Day spring football game to keep his current players competitive and his fanbase frenzied. It also serves as a tool to lure in eventual roster replacements. The Crimson Tide annuallyShow More Summary

NFL draft: Q&A with UCLA LB Jordan Zumwalt

Jordan Zumwalt seemed destined to play football at Arizona State, considering his father was a scrappy, undersized pass rusher there and his mom also attended the school. Jordan, his parents and his brother and two sisters often would...Show More Summary

Notre Dame Football: The Top 10 Opposing Players the Irish Will Face in 2014

With a schedule ranked as the eighth-hardest in the nation, Notre Dame will face some of the premier players in college football during the 2014 season. The difficult slate includes a trip to defending national champion Florida State,...Show More Summary

Isaiah Crowell just hoping an NFL team gives him a chance

In 2011, although South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney immediately made his presence known in college football, the reporters who covered the SEC voted Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell as the conference’s freshman of the year. Three years later, while Clowney (who was voted freshman of the year by the SEC’s coaches) is a candidate…

A mystery lurking around Browns draft

Khalil Mack remains a very large mystery when it comes to the Cleveland Browns' draft plans. Mack was the standout linebacker for the University at Buffalo whose draft stock in the eyes of NFL types has remained consistently high. Merrill...Show More Summary

One thing to know: Bridgewater sliding down draft boards

Following a less than stellar pro day, Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater could be falling out of the first round of the NFL Draft. Mike Florio believes we could see teams move up into the bottom half of round one to grab guys like Bridgewater or Johnny Manziel, if they’re still there, especially considering that drafting…

NFL draft: Q&A with Oregon cornerback Terrance Mitchell

Oregon cornerback Terrance Mitchell has been told what he cannot do for years, so excuse him if he no longer cares about what other people think. Mitchell is expected to be selected in the upcoming NFL draft, but not as a high pick.Show More Summary

Chad Johnson Will Not Be Able to Parlay CFL Deal into NFL Return

Chad Johnson will once again play professional football, but it will not be in the United States. In all likelihood, he will never play in the NFL again. The former Cincinnati Bengals star recently signed a two-year deal with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League after a successful workout with the club, according to ESPN. Show More Summary

Source: 49ers haven’t made decision on Aldon Smith’s option

On Sunday, we reported that the 49ers haven’t decided whether to pick up the 2015 option on linebacker Aldon Smith’s contract.  Since then, more pessimistic accounts have emerged. Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News reported that it’s “very unlikely” the option will be exercised.  Earlier on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN explained that…

Texans bringing Teddy Bridgewater in for a visit next week

The Jaguars will be taking a second look at Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater over the weekend and one of their AFC South rivals will also be bringing Bridgewater in for a meeting. Tania Ganguli of reports that the Texans will host Bridgewater next week as they continue to peruse the quarterback options available to…

Saints re-sign WR Robert Meachem to one-year deal

Robert Meachem is staying in New Orleans. The free agent wide receiver re-signed with the team on Friday.

PFT Live: Falcons looking to bounce back

After a disastrous 2013 season, the Atlanta Falcons are looking to climb their way back to the top of the NFC South.

Meet Palcohol: Powdered Alcohol, Just What Your Tailgate Needed

Attention all tailgaters, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau has approved powdered alcohol according to Bevlog, a beverage industry law blog. That’s right, powdered alcohol you can add [...]

Report: Rolando McClain expected to work with Ravens soon

Rolando McClain’s comeback attempt didn’t get off to such a hot start, but the Ravens are apparently letting him continue to attempt it. According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the plan is for McClain to join the Ravens “as soon as Monday” for the offseason program. He was reinstated from the reserve/retired list…

Chris Simms and Hub Arkush Debate: Which Position Should Bears Chase in Round 1?

The Chicago Bears have the 14th pick in the 2014 NFL draft. The Bears have needs all over the defense. Which position should they target in the first round? Could they choose to address the secondary, or will they continue to build along...Show More Summary

PFT Live 4/18: D. Orlando Ledbetter, PFT Planet

Mike Florio talks to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the Falcons offseason moves and their plans for the 2014 Draft. Mike also answers viewer questions about Aaron Murray, Tom Savage, the Bucs offense, and more.  

Second visit accents Bridgewater interest

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Teddy Bridgewater's second visit with the Jacksonville Jaguars certainly indicates genuine interest on the part of general manager David Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley. They spent time with him at the combine, had...Show More Summary

Andrew Luck had to get away from football for a few

Some quarterbacks decompress over the offseason by burying themselves in football (and possibly violating the CBA). Others take a difference approach. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck spent a few months traveling the world, getting away from football before returning to work next week. “You do have to get away, at least in my mind you do,…

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