Mike Tannenbaum had a few successful trades, but he also had a few horrid ones. For as bad as the Mark Sanchez draft day trade looks now, the Jets still got two AFC Championship runs in return. One Tannenbaum trade that looks to be the most haunting includes Georgia Tech wide receiver, Stephen Hill. … [Read more...] about NY Jets Stephen Hill: another Mike Tannenbaum bust?
New Indianapolis Colts GM Ryan Grigson made official Tuesday what we all pretty much knew back in January: the franchise will select Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck with the No. 1 pick in today's NFL Draft. Luck is billed as the most pro-ready quarterback prospect to enter the league since Peyton Manning, the man he's succeeding in Indianapolis. Some would go even further … [Read more...] about Indianapolis Colts 2012 NFL Draft preview: Andrew Luck, then what?
A lot of people have Michael Floyd of Notre Dame mocked to the Chicago Bears in their mock drafts. SO before delving into who I have the Bears taking, I should explain why I don't have them grabbing Floyd; using excerpts from my mock draft to break it all down. … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears 2012 Draft: breaking it down
Wide Receivers 1. Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (6-1, 207): Blackmon is an extremely strong player who is aggressive at when the ball is in the air. … [Read more...] about 2012 NFL Draft – Top Pass Catchers
It's combine time, the male version of a swimsuit calendar shoot. But don't get too high or too low about this stuff. Like my friend Bill Smith says, "beware the workout warrior." The site of the past Super Bowl, Indianapolis is also hosting the 2012 NFL Draft Scouting Combine. Let's take a look at who's draft stock is trading higher and who's trading lower after the workouts. … [Read more...] about 2012 NFL Draft Combine winners and losers: wide receivers