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Archive for February 18th, 2011
Even if Colt McCoy hasn’t officially been named the starter by new Browns coach Pat Shurmur, it certainly sounds as though he has the support of his teammates eight games into his career.
Terrell Owens didn’t leave much to the imagination Friday on “NFL Total Access” when discussing what was behind the problems that plagued the Bengals during a forgettable 2010 season that fell short of expectations.
Green Bay Packers WR Greg Jennings posed for a portrait while at the NFL Network studios.
It’s been a hot topic of discussion in recent weeks, and the notion that the Bills would seriously consider Auburn QB Cam Newton with the third overall pick in the draft is gaining momentum.
The rumblings that Alex Smith could end up right back where he started in San Francisco haven’t slowed down, especially in the wake of coach Jim Harbaugh‘s recent comments about the former first-overall pick.
Two players invited to the NFL Scouting Combine, Purdue wide receiver Keith Smith and Mississippi defensive end Kentrell Lockett, are expected to learn from the NCAA on Monday if they will be granted a sixth year of eligibility.
Kendall Hunter is a good football player that was very productive in college, and he could have an impact as a third down back at the next level.
NFL Network’s draft analyst Mike Mayock believes Georgia WR A.J. Green is “the real deal.”
Based on the latest body of work, NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots says he no longer views Donovan McNabb as a “franchise” quarterback.
If the Panthers let DeAngelo Williams walk this offseason, Jonathan Stewart’s fantasy appeal will explode.
Lance Kendricks is an interesting prospect because the H-Back/Tight End hybrid has become a valuable commodity in today’s NFL.
Cleveland Browns WR Josh Cribbs joins Paul Burmeister and Solomon Wilcots on the “NFL Total Access” set on Friday Feb. 18, 2011.
Posted: Friday, February 18th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Nate Solder, 2011 Scouting Combine, Anthony Castonzo, Bucky Brooks, Clint Boling, Danny Watkins, Derek Sherrod, Gabe Carimi, Mike Pouncey, Rodney Hudson, Tyron Smith, William Rackley
In his latest position review for the 2011 Scouting Combine, NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks unveiled his breakdown of the top five tackles and top five centers/guards scouts will be watching in Indianapolis.
On a conference call yesterday, NFL draft expert Mike Mayock said that this draft is particularly stacked with quality DEs.