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  • Omar Kelly's 2011 NFL Mock Draft

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  • NFL mock draft 3.0: Ravens address their pass rush

    NFL mock draft 3.0: Ravens address their pass rush
    The scouting combine and most pro day workouts have been completed, and with the NFL draft just a few weeks away, there has been a significant amount of shuffling in my third NFL mock draft of the offseason. It all starts at the top, where a pair of...
  • Blitz reader NFL mock draft: Vote for the Cowboys' pick

    Blitz reader NFL mock draft: Vote for the Cowboys' pick
    Every time I put out one of my mock drafts, readers tell me they think things would play out differently (chances are we'll both end up being wrong). Well, now you get a chance to play GM in my first-ever reader NFL mock draft. Here's how it works. I'...
  • NFL fan mock draft

    Ken Zalis, owner of http://www.fansfantasyfootball.com Guest on The Rob Long Show, Fox 1370 and blogger at roblongshow.com Ranked for the last 3 year in the Top 75 for Mock Drafts at http://www.thehuddlereport.com 3 year average in top 25 Here is my...
  • A mock to remember: Here's my final 2011 NFL mock draft

    A mock to remember: Here's my final 2011 NFL mock draft
    The first round of the 2011 NFL draft takes place in New York City next Thursday with plenty of uncertainty and intrigue -- and indifference from some disenchanted fans -- as the football freeze unthaws for draft weekend. It will be interesting to see...
  • Will Ravens go for McAlister look-alike at cornerback?

    Will Ravens go for McAlister look-alike at cornerback?
    In consecutive drafts in 1998 and 1999, the Ravens found two starting Super Bowl cornerbacks. One was smallish Duane Starks; the other was prototypical big cornerback Chris McAlister. In each case, the price was the 10th overall pick. Now, for the...
  • Ravens' first-round plans may hinge on Colorado's Jimmy Smith

    Ravens' first-round plans may hinge on Colorado's Jimmy Smith
    When the Ravens are on the clock with the 26th pick of the first round of the NFL draft, it's very likely that one streak will end or another will continue. Will the Ravens take a defensive player in the first round for the first time since 2006? Or will...
  • Your turn: Who will be the best player in this NFL draft class?

    Your turn: Who will be the best player in this NFL draft class?
    In yesterday's "Your Turn" post, we discussed bust candidates from this year's NFL draft. So with the first round taking place tonight at Radio City Music Hall in New York, let's be positive and turn our attention to the future superstars of this draft...
  • Week 4: Arizona 24, Miami 21 (L)

    Week 4: Arizona 24, Miami 21 (L)
    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Ryan Tannehill was poised in the pocket, threw tight spirals into impossibly-tight holes. Brian Hartline made a beeline for the end zone, counting an 80-yard touchdown among his team-record receiving yards. The defense...
  • LSU commit Avery Johnson says no doubt, Tigers will win national title over Alabama

    LSU commit Avery Johnson says no doubt, Tigers will win national title over Alabama
    Avery Johnson has a prediction for Monday’s national championship contest. LSU 17, Alabama 14. It’s no surprise that the Pompano Beach Ely star receiver is backing the Tigers. After all, he’s been committed to LSU since September....
  • Suggs, Ngata, Leach named first-team All-Pros

    Suggs, Ngata, Leach named first-team All-Pros
    The Associated Press NFL All-Pro teams were announced Friday, and three Ravens players were named to the first team: outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and fullback Vonta Leach. Suggs led the Ravens with 14 sacks in 2011, and...