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2015 NFL Mock Draft: Predictions for Prospects Vaulting into Opening Round

Almost there. The sea of 2015 NFL mock drafts will soon vanish when the real thing starts on Thursday night. Everyone has a week left to place the finishing touches on their draft projections. Sure, one early unexpected decision will...Show More Summary

2015 Atlanta Falcons Potential Draft Pick Profile: CB/S Quinten Rollins

When looking for an ideal safety for the Atlanta Falcons' new scheme under Dan Quinn, Quinten Rollins makes too much sense based on his skill set. Rollins is a first-year football player at the college level and because of that is aShow More Summary

Friday morning one-liners

Should the Bills draft a quarterback? Assessing the pros and cons of the Dolphins making a trade in the first round. Said Patriots DE Chandler Jones of seeing former teammates at the White House, “Seeing those guys again, seeing Darrelle Revis, seeing Stevan Ridley, seeing Shane Vereen, that was great to see those guys again.…

Tottenham hopes to share London stadium with NFL team

With all the talk about the inevitable relocation of one or two NFL teams to Los Angeles, it’s easy to forget that the NFL still intends (or so it periodically says) to uproot another franchise and re-plant it in London. Some think it’s idle chatter aimed at getting fans in England feeling more warm and…

Jets brought Marcus Mariota in for a pre-draft visit

Barring a surprising move in the next six days, the sixth-picking Jets won’t have much of a shot at either of the top two quarterbacks in the 2015 NFL Draft. But they’re doing their research, just in case. Via Brian Costello of the New York Post, the Jets had Oregon’s Marcus Mariota in for a…

The One That Got Away: NFL Execs Tell the Tales of Their Biggest Draft Misses

As Bill Tobin prepared to leave his suburban Chicago home shortly before sunup on May 4, 1979, his wife Dusene asked him who he thought the Bears would draft that day. They were thinking about defensive lineman Dan Hampton and linebacker Al Harris in the first round, he told her. Show More Summary

Interview Process Is Raising Mariota's Stock—but Not Above Winston's

As Marcus Mariota has gone from team to team being probed like an alien held at Area 51, one thing has become clear: He is a man of few words... except when it comes to football. Mariota, I'm told, has been extraordinarily quiet when asked about almost anything outside of football. Show More Summary

Despite Hype, Damarious Randall Is Not 2015 NFL Draft's Top Safety Prospect

The 2015 NFL draft is now less than a week away and debates about which prospects rule the roost are still raging, especially at the safety position. It appears safety is one of the most talent-poor positions in this draft. True as this may be, someone still has to be the best option. Show More Summary

Justin Pugh wants Giants to draft guy who could replace him at tackle

One of the players that has been linked with the Giants during the pre-draft process is Iowa offensive lineman Brandon Scherff, who is expected to be the first blocker to come off the board when the first round gets underway next Thursday. Part of the reason that Scherff makes sense is that Justin Pugh, who…

Bill Belichick uses White House trip to make larger points

It’s easy to view Patriots coach Bill Belichick as a football automaton, a man so focused on his job that saying “We’re on to Cincinnati” isn’t a tactic, it’s a way of life. But in a pair of acts yesterday, Belichick established himself as a man with an emotional side as well. Via Jeff Howe…

Michael Crabtree: I have a lot to prove

Wide receiver Michael Crabtree’s entry into free agency was not met with a rush of interest from around the league. Crabtree’s market developed slowly and it wasn’t a particularly robust one once teams started turning interest in his direction. Crabtree wound up signing a one-year, $1.3 million deal with the Raiders and Crabtree is aware…

Jameis-JaMarcus comparison made by “unnamed executive”

Is Jameis Winston the next JaMarcus Russell? He is according to one unnamed executive. “With Jameis Winston I see JaMarcus Russell,” an unnamed personnel executive told Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. McGinn is a longtime NFL reporter who frequently quotes unnamed scouts and executives ripping top prospects just before the draft. This year he’s…

2015 NFL Paper Trail Mock Draft V3.0

How badly do franchises want to win? It’s a question that’s not as easily answered as it used to be. Franchises are willing to do almost anything to win, but with the numerous arrests of pro players over the past year, teams will beShow More Summary

2015 Atlanta Falcons Potential Draft Pick Profile: CB Marcus Peters

Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn comes from a situation where he loves to use big safeties and cornerbacks like Marcus Peters to run his physical and fast defense. Peters is a perfect fit in Quinn's defense at cornerback, but heShow More Summary

Pittsburgh Steelers: Breaking Down 5 Toughest, 5 Easiest Games on 2015 Schedule

Every year it seems as though the Pittsburgh Steelers play to the level of their competition. That may be a positive in 2015 as Mike Tomlin’s team faces the toughest schedule in the National Football League. According to John Breech of CBSSports.com, Pittsburgh’s opponents had a combined record of 147-102-2 for a winning percentage of.579. Show More Summary

Elway says it makes no sense for Demaryius Thomas to stay away

A recent item regarding the decision of franchise-tagged Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to work out on his own in lieu of participating in offseason workouts with the team explained that Pierre-Paul risks suffering a serious injury and then losing the $14.8 million he’d make this year if the injury happens at team facilities. Based…

Seahawks still want Tarvaris Jackson back

The Seattle Seahawks are still hoping to bring back Tarvaris Jackson to serve as backup to Russell Wilson. Jackson has spent three of the last four seasons with Seattle and has become a well-respected member of the Seahawks locker room. However, Jackson remains unsigned after becoming a free agent in March. General manager John Schneider…

Still waiting for #DeflateGate outcome

Even though the NFL waited to issue a ruling on #DeflateGate before the Patriots visited the White House, President Barack Obama found a way to poke fun at the team absent a recent reminder of the scandal. Now, the wait for a report from Ted Wells and a ruling from the league office can resume.…

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