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Jameis Winston not ejected despite contact with official

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston remains the most talked-about college football player in America, for good and for ill, and today he’s added another item that will be recited on the “con” side of the ledger in the NFL draft. During Florida State’s win over Boston College, Winston moved an official aside as Florida State…

Nebraska's Randy Gregory back in Minnesota game after injury scare

The Huskers' star pass rusher is back in the game after a few tense minutes on the sidelines. UPDATE: Gregory is back in the game after missing only a few minutes. Nebraska defensive end and potential top-10 NFL Draft pick Randy Gregory has left the Huskers' game against Minnesota with what appears to be a head/neck injury. Show More Summary

Hoarding pays off for the 49ers

The 49ers have been hoarding draft picks like a survivalist and canned goods. It's also what gives them an edge when the injury bug bites, says retired NFL defensive end Stephen White. If you take a look around the league this time of...Show More Summary

USC's Cody Kessler Emerging as One of 2015 NFL Draft's Top Quarterback Prospects

The consensus among media draft analysts, from ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay (both subscription required) to CBS Sports’ Rob Rang and Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller, is that Oregon’s Marcus Mariota and Florida State’s Jameis Winston...Show More Summary

The No. 1 Prospect In The NFL Draft Is Relentlessly Nice, And It Drives Opponents Crazy

Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota is the No. 1 prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft, according to draft experts. It's something of a rite of passage for top NFL prospects to take abuse from anonymous NFL scouts in the media in the months before the draft, and Mariota is no different. Show More Summary

NFL WEEK 12: Here Are Our Official Predictions For Who Wins This Weekend

This is a football column, but I just want to say a quick word about the Philadelphia 76ers. They are 0-11. They are terrible. Supposedly, it's all part of a master tanking plan to collect talent through high draft picks. I lived in Philadelphia for years after I graduated college. Show More Summary

Stay or Go: Should Nation's Top Underclassmen QBs Make Jump to NFL?

The NFL is always calling for the top QBs in college football. It is a tough decision for these young student-athletes. Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Michael Felder and Bleacher Report Lead NFL Draft Writer Matt Miller joined Stephen Nelson to give their answers on which underclassmen QBs should enter the draft. Show More Summary

SEC Football: Power Ranking Each Team Based on NFL Talent

When NFL scouts head out each Saturday in search of future talent, the stadiums of the SEC are tops on the list. Last year the conference saw 49 players taken in the 2014 NFL draft, the most of any FBS league. That followed a recordShow More Summary

NFL scouts share notes on USC and UCLA draft prospects

NFL scouts study and scribble, dissect and debate. The objective is as simple as the job is complex: to find Saturday players who could best get the job done on Sundays.

Which NFL Rookies Have Been the Biggest Disappointments?

Being drafted in the top 10 brings large expectations right away for an NFL rookie. Which NFL rookies have been the biggest disappointments in the 2014 NFL season? What is the outlook for these struggling players that have high expectations...Show More Summary

NFL Draft 2015: Does Cam Newton Need Protection or Weapons?

The Carolina Panthers had high hopes coming into the 2014 season with All-Star quarterback Cam Newton. Now, sitting second-to-last in the awful AFC South, the Panthers are faced with a dilemma: Should they draft more weapons for CamShow More Summary

NFL Bracketology: Who Is the Best Rookie Wide Receiver?

The wide receiver class from the 2014 NFL draft has been impressive. Is this the best group of rookie wide receivers the NFL has ever seen? Who is the best one of the entire bunch? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in-depth with Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

NFL Draft Projections for Alabama's 2015 Prospects

The Alabama Crimson Tide are enjoying another standout season in 2014. Good teams produce good players, and Nick Saban's squad is loaded with NFL talent. Stephen Nelson was joined by College Football Analyst Michael Felder and Bleacher...Show More Summary

Ryan Mallett looks like the QB Houston's been searching for

Danny Kelly watched the tape and found some real positives in the debut game from the Houston Texans latest starting quarterback. I thought that Ryan Mallett would go in the first round of the NFL Draft back in 2011 when he left Arkansas and declared after his junior season. Show More Summary

Florida DE Dante Fowler is the first underclassmen to declare for the 2015 NFL Draft

Fowler going pro is a positive for the draft. Georgia running back Todd Gurley getting injured is a resounding negative that impacts other running backs. Following a year in which there was a record number of underclassmen entrants in the NFL draft, we have our player for 2015. Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft: NFL Comparisons for Some of Draft's Top Talent

NFL draft season is creeping closer, and a picture of the top prospects in the class is starting to come into focus. As fans start to envision this year's crop in their favorite teams' uniforms, the easiest way to analyze their fit is...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Latest Predictions Before Week 12

Think the NFL postseason and inaugural College Football Playoff races are wild? Imagine the impact the two combined are having on the 2015 NFL draft. The latest example is an unfortunate one, as Georgia Bulldogs running back Todd Gurley suffered a torn ACL as his team pushes for an SEC East title and beyond. Show More Summary

Who Won the Redskins Trade with Rams for RG3?

The Washington Redskins moved up in the 2012 NFL draft with the St. Louis Rams, but the cost did not come cheap. Who came out on top in the deal? Was the move worth making for the Redskins in the long run? Watch as Adam Lefkoe breaks down the trade with Bleacher Report NFL Analysts Jonathan Vilma and Chris Simms in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Braxton Miller Reportedly Will Return to Ohio State for 2015 Season

Braxton Miller is reportedly planning to continue his collegiate career at Ohio State next season rather than transfer to another school or enter the NFL draft. Sources tell NFL reporter Albert Breer (via Chase Goodbread of NFL.com) that Miller is currently expecting to remain with the Buckeyes. Show More Summary

NFL sportscaster Daniel Jeremiah is a new breed of data-powered pundit

TV sports pundits tend to focus on the predictions they get right, while sweeping past blunders under the rug. But when I asked NFL draft expert and football analyst Daniel “DJ” Jeremiah his best call in a recent draft, he answered,Show More Summary

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