Day 3 of 2016's National Football League (NFL) draft has wrapped up but some experts are getting worried as Connor Cook remains undrafted despite his promising contributions to the team that will take him in.
On Thursday, March 28, 2016, the Miami Dolphins selected Laremy Tunsil as the #13 pick in the National Football League (NFL) draft. Tunsil's comments after the draft selection will likely trigger additional questions into the Ole Miss football program. But I suspect it will also trigger more questions about existing NCAA rules regarding student athletes.
Quarterback Jared Goff was less than a year old when the National Football League Rams left Los Angeles in 1995.
Quarterback Jared Goff was selected by the Los Angeles Rams with the first pick in Thursday's National Football League Draft.
The Los Angeles Rams are on the clock. With those words by Commissioner Roger Goodell, the 2016 National Football League Draft will commence. Many Americans will obsessively follow every moment of every pick and every trade. My parents will be watching the news or reruns of “Murder, She Wrote.” If you love football, the Draft […]
The National Football League Draft kicks off Thursday night, which led Visage and On Base Marketing to wonder what the scouting cards for social networks would look like.
It's a wonderful day. In preparation for the 2016 National Football League draft that starts tonight at 8 p.m./7 Central, we step back from the drama of the presidential campaign and get ready for the drama of which young men will become instant millionaires. Show More Summary
Quarterbacks are expected to once again command the spotlight at the National Football League Draft in Chicago on Thursday.
Following is the order of selections for the first round of the National Football League draft to be held in Chicago on Thursday:
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Did you know that the first draft pick to ever play in the National Football League was from the University of Alabama? Riley Smith was a fullback on the 1933 team but switched to quarterback the following season when...Show More Summary
Every year, the National Football League draft makes a number of strapping young men very, very rich.
You can believe that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was absolutely innocent of willfully deflating footballs during a National Football League playoff game on Jan. 18, 2015. You can believe that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell accepted grossly inflated, even totally unsupported, evidence...
A medical expert believes that the National Football League (NFL) should make a change in its policies regarding player concussions.
Players in the National Football League tend to do quite a bit of traveling. This is a fact that some 250-plus 2016 draft prospects are about to learn personally, starting with the moment they have to report to their new employers. While...Show More Summary
The discovery of brain pathology through autopsy in former National Football League (NFL) players called chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) has raised substantial concern among players, medical professionals, and the general public about the impact of repetitive head trauma. Show More Summary
Tom Brady could be sitting out the start of the 2016 National Football League season. Tom Brady taking the field in Denver Colorado, on Dec. 18, 2011, as the Patriots and Broncos were about to play. Photo by Jeffrey Beall (Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0) via Wikimedia Commons. Show More Summary
"Black Monday" has become as much a part of the National Football League season as Draft Day. The Monday after the last game of the season is marked by the firing of a number of head coaches and the start of a frenetic search for new ones. Many NFL teams searching for a coach rely on "coaching trees" and turn to assistants of highly successful head coaches. read more
A divided federal appeals court in Manhattan has upheld the National Football League's four-game “Deflategate” suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, reversing a lower-court ruling that had vacated the sanction.
As if he wasn't already questioning the system, Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee really finds himself wondering just how "random" the National Football League's drug tests are. The 28-year-old McAfee spent Wednesday, April 20 (aka...Show More Summary
Twitter recently made an historic announcement when it teamed up with the NFL (National Football League). Social media standout Twitter and one of the most popular sporting leagues in the world have just joined together to offer live...Show More Summary