From a fan’s perspective, it seems like it could be difficult for players to function as a team at the Senior Bowl. After all, many of the participants were either fierce rivals or played high-stakes games against each other in college, not to mention that they are here competing against one another for draft position and potentially millions of dollars. Oddly enough, however, that’s just not how it works.
The superlatives just keep on rolling in for WR Titus Young. Add NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock to the group of onlookers impressed by Young’s ability.
Not everyone is at the Senior Bowl to see if a player is quick-twitch, a heavy-legged waist bender or displays good wiggle.
Virginia Tech has produced some good defensive backs in recent years. The next in line could be Rashad Carmichael.
The chaos on the field after an NFL game has nothing on the spectacle that takes place after each Senior Bowl practice.
Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff admitted Atlanta’s playoff loss to Green Bay hit him harder than most.
Stanford’s Owen Marecic was a standout for the Cardinal playing on both sides of the ball. He has a chance to get drafted and is determined to make his presence felt at the Senior Bowl. He is also in a unique position to discuss two of the offseason’s hottest topics: Jim Harbaugh‘s move from Palo Alto to the 49ers and quarterback Andrew Luck‘s decision to forgo the draft and return for his senior season.
MOBILE, Ala. — Casey Matthews isn’t the only player here at the Senior Bowl carrying on a family football tradition. California DE Cameron Jordan is also extending his family’s football legacy.
Wait, Clay Matthews is getting ready for the Super Bowl, not the Senior Bowl, right? Fans in attendance at Ladd-Peebles Stadium could be forgiven if they got confused for a second.
It’s not quite like the Tebow-mania that took over Senior Bowl Week last year, but Jake Locker is certainly at the center of attention in 2011.
The NFL’s influence on Mobile this week is readily apparent before you even arrive.
The Bengals entered the season with huge expectations, but were immediately humbled by a blowout loss in New England. Can they rebound against the rival Ravens? Well, only one of our three analysts sees that happening.
With the change of format this year, the final rounds are taking place on Saturday, and the crowd here is much larger and more lively.
Miami TE Jimmy Graham was helped in the pre-draft process by former Hurricane Jeremy Shockey, and now he will get to play with Shockey in New Orleans.
With Browns fans chanting loudly here at Radio City Music Hall, and Longhorns coach Mack Brown striding up to the podium, it was time. “With the 85th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select Colt McCoy, quarterback, Texas,” announced a beaming Brown.