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Insider Buzz: 'Marijuana Issue' Could Cause Battle to Fall in Supplemental Draft

The NFL supplemental draft is on the horizon, and it appears the highest prize is Isaiah Battle out of Clemson. Where could he be drafted? Could he make an impact in the NFL right away? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Jason Cole discusses the supplemental draft in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

NFL teams might actually care about the supplemental draft this year

Isaiah Battle, the athletic but flawed left tackle, could be the first player picked in the NFL Supplemental Draft since Josh Gordon in 2012. There tends to be over-infatuation with the NFL Supplemental Draft. It typically features a handful of players, most of whom would classify as undrafted free agents in the regular draft. Show More Summary

Shelley Smith tweets that she is cancer-free

19 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

Great news from the holiday weekend – ESPN reporter Shelley Smith tweeted this picture, noting that she is cancer free. Smith first announced she had breast cancer last fall and made her return to television working the NFL Draft back in the spring. Show More Summary

Mike Tice: Trent Richardson’s “quickness came around”

There’s no clearer sign that running back Trent Richardson’s career has not gone as planned than the fact that he’s starting his fourth NFL season on his third team after being the third overall pick by the Browns in the 2012 draft. If there’s an optimistic spin to put on Richardson signing with the Raiders after…

Damarious Randall locked in at cornerback, not safety, in Green Bay

Damarious Randall was viewed as the best coverage safety in this year’s NFL draft. The Packers, who took Randall in the first round, think he’s good enough in coverage to play cornerback. Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports that the Packers are set on playing their first-round pick at cornerback. That’s where he’s been working at…

Meet Jaylon Smith, the 2016 NFL Draft's Top LB Heading into Next Season

Heading into the 2015 college football season, linebacker looks as though it could be one of the 2016 NFL draft’s strongest positions. Even so, there is one linebacker whose game appears to stand out above the rest of the class, andShow More Summary

NCAA scrutiny on potential Top 5 pick Laremy Tunsil

Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil, a potential Top 5 pick in the 2016 NFL draft, is facing scrutiny from the NCAA about his contact with agents. Tunsil was arrested last week and accused of punching his stepfather. Now his stepfather, Lindsey Miller, has com forward to say that the fight between them started when…

Can Titans Replicate Seahawks' Use of Wilson to Help Mariota Flourish in NFL?

The Tennessee Titans drafted Marcus Mariota second overall in the 2015 NFL draft in the hopes of finding a franchise quarterback. What NFL quarterback will Mariota 's playing style compare to at the next level? Watch as Adam Lefkoe breaks...Show More Summary

How Much Do Physical Attributes Matter for First-Round NFL Draft Picks?

One thing I noticed while filing my Top 25 NFL Players Under 25 piece was just how many players in that top 25 qualified as physical outliers and how that affected their draft stock. Take the tale of Aaron Donald, who I consider the fourth-best player under 25 in the NFL today. Show More Summary

Buccaneers: Full Position Breakdown and Depth-Chart Analysis at Wide Receiver

Like any NFL team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wanted to get deeper and more explosive at the wide receiver position this offseason, and though they waited to address the position until the later rounds of the draft, they were still able...Show More Summary

Rounding Up the Latest Buzz Around the NFL Offseason

The NFL is in that nexus of time and space between the draft and training camp where most news is liable to be bad. After all, what is there to report when nothing is happening? There is still plenty of buzz and news around the league, though, and not all of it is negative. Let's take a look at the latest from around the league. Begin Slideshow

Rough Draft of Roger Goodell's NFL Job Application Letter Surfaces

On Thursday morning, ESPN's Darren Rovell tweeted out an image of a letter written by a young Roger Goodell asking former NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle for a job. As far as historical NFL documents go, it's basically one of the DeadShow More Summary

NFL announces seven players eligible for supplemental draft

In the last two years, no players have been selected in the NFL supplemental draft. This year, the NFL has announced that seven players are eligible to be selected. However, only one is likely to be chosen: Isaiah Battle, an offensive tackle from Clemson, has a very good chance of getting picked when the supplemental…

Disappointing NFL Rookies Ready to Take Big Leaps Forward in Year 2

Every NFL draft class has players who disappoint in their first season as a pro, and the rookie class of 2014 was no different. While some players who disappoint in Year 1 go on to remain major busts (JaMarcus Russell, anyone?), others...Show More Summary

San Francisco 49ers: Evaluating Isaiah Battle and the Supplementary Draft

Next week, the NFL hosts its annual supplemental draft. The supplemental draft is an opportunity for players to enter the NFL who have had situations impact their eligibility, causing them to miss the deadline for entering the normal draft. Show More Summary

Darrius Caldwell and Dalvon Stuckey holding pre-supplemental draft workout Thursday

We’re a little more than a week away from the July 9 supplemental draft and two of the players who have made themselves eligible will be working out for NFL teams on Thursday. West Georgia defensive end Darrius Caldwell and defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey will hold their pro day workout at the school on Thursday.…

Setting Realistic Expectations for Each Philadelphia Eagles Rookie

Being drafted in the NFL comes with certain expectations, especially if you wind up a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. Look no further than 2014 first-round pick Marcus Smith for an example of just how difficult being a rookie canShow More Summary

2015 NFL Rookies Who Already Look Like Draft-Day Steals

Even though the start of NFL training camps is still nearly a month away, there are already numerous picks from the later rounds of the 2015 NFL draft who appear to be well on their way to outperforming their draft positions this upcoming...Show More Summary

Bears rookie Kevin White can’t get his hands on a dinner tab

Being a first-round pick in the NFL draft means you’re rich. And Bears wide receiver Kevin White is finding out that can save him some money. The eighth overall pick said during an NFL Network interview that there were benefits he didn’t expect with his new status and $16.5 million contract. “The most surprising thing that’s…

Setting Realistic Expectations for Each Chicago Bears Rookie

The Chicago Bears added six new players to their roster via the NFL draft in 2015, and an additional 16 players were signed as undrafted free agents. While most of Chicago's draft picks are expected to make a contribution this season,...Show More Summary

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