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This class doesn't have a sure-fire first-round pick who looks like he can be an immediate all-pro, but it does offer a number of players who should become solid starters for a long time. The public misconception is that Barrett Jones is the best...
This is a solid group of corners. There is some high-end talent, led by Dee Milliner, and outstanding depth, especially in the second- and third-round range. The cornerback class is especially appealing to zone scheme teams. Among the appealing candidates...
This class of middle linebackers is pretty thin, with only Alec Ogletree looking like a sure-fire first-round pick. The best value picks likely will come in rounds two through fourth, but it's possible some could be pushed up the board because there are...
This is an unusually deep group of safeties. As many as a dozen could be taken in the top three rounds, with the large majority of those being claimed in the second and third rounds. A safety probably will not be chosen in the top half of the first round,...
Tags: Brandon Hardin , Craig Steltz, Taylor Mays, Manti Te'o, Troy Polamalu
The Herald Bulletin, Anderson, Ind.If not for a certain quarterback in Seattle, T.Y. Hilton might be viewed as the steal of last year's third round. The Indianapolis Colts' wide receiver caught 50 passes for 861 yards and seven touchdowns in 15 games as a rookie after lasting to the 92nd...
ReutersBy Sudipto Ganguly April 25 (Reuters) - Thai Worawi Makudi is confident the "dissenting voices" in his Southeast Asian region will support his bid to become the next Asian Football Confederation president after revealing a manifesto aimed at helping...
Writers from around the Tribune Co. offer their sleeper picks for Thursday's first round of the NFL draft. Let us know yours in the comment section. Sam Farmer, Los Angeles Times If Utah defensive tackle Star Lotuleilei were to slip into the teens,...
Milwaukee Journal SentinelHouston's D.J. Hayden almost lost his life, let alone his career. Tyrann Mathieu of Louisiana State lost just about everything he ever had. These two cornerbacks, back from the depths of darkness and despair, make for the most compelling stories at...
Tags: Detroit Lions, USA Today, Super Bowl, NFL Draft, Elections
Groller's CornerNBC is making a change with its lead announcer on Notre Dame football coverage with Dan Hicks replacing Tom Hammond as the play-by-play man. Hicks is a well-respected guy and Hammond will continue with the network as the lead guy on its Triple Crown horse...
Jets fans, you have my condolences. Now that your former blockbuster cornerback Darrelle Revis plans to collect state income tax-free checks from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, your football team is officially in purgatory. It's an experience sports...
Tags: Tim Tebow, Super Bowl, Warren Sapp, Miami Dolphins, NFL Draft
Thirty years ago this week, the NFL teetered on wobbly legs. It was coming off the 1982 player strike, Raiders owner Al Davis had just successfully sued the league for the right to move his team to Los Angeles, the USFL was poaching players -- including...
Ray Rice was one of three Ravens who took a break from the team’s offseason workout program Tuesday to chat with reporters. He appeared to be wearing black pajama pants, so maybe a nap was next on his agenda. Before he took off, he was asked about...
Tags: Tommy Streeter, Baltimore Ravens, Sports, Ray Rice, Torrey Smith
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