The North squad left the team hotel Thursday morning for practice at Ladd Peebles Stadium as scheduled, but didn’t stay very long.
Well, now. Here’s something Vikings fans maybe didn’t think about before: their team trading the No. 3 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden, like the rest of us, keeps getting old. Questions about his age, however, do not.
NFL teams interested in drafting Georgia offensive lineman Cordy Glenn will have a decision to make.
Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson is short by NFL standards. A short man’s complex, though, he does not have.
The 114-year old rivalry between the two schools found its way here front and center Tuesday, with Buckeyes center Mike Brewster and Wolverines defensive tackle Mike Martin refusing to back down from each other during contact drills.
When you think about it, Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore isn’t all that different from Tim Tebow when the Broncos’ QB was going through the draft evaluation process in 2010.
As one of the more fun-loving players in the NFL, you never know what Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs will say in an interview. We got a chance to sit down with him during a visit to NFL Network studios Friday and talked about a number of things, including the new Arizona State uniforms, his teammate Tom Zbikowski’s boxing career, and his rival Hines Ward’s performance on “Dancing with the Stars.”
UCLA outside linebacker Akeem Ayers was at the NFL Network studios Friday to film a segment for “Path to the Draft.” We took some time to get to know him.
Alabama DT Marcell Dareus stopped by the NFL Network studios Thursday, and we took some time to get to know him as he prepares for the 2011 NFL Draft.
Nebraska CB Prince Amukamara stopped by the NFL Network studios Thursday, and we took some time to get to know him as he prepares for the 2011 NFL Draft.
Posted: Monday, January 31st, 2011 | Simon Samano | Tags: 2011 Pro Bowl, Bill Belichick, DeAngelo Hall, Devin Hester, Marc Mariani, Matt Cassel, Montell Owens, Peyton Manning, Phillip Rivers, Wes Welker
The Pro Bowl was kind of funny to watch, definitely entertaining. And that’s just what you’d expect from the game.
HONOLULU — One of the things I wondered about in the moments leading up to kickoff was, how would Michael Vick be received by the fans here at the Pro Bowl? Well, if the ovation during his introduction is any indication, they love him. Vick no doubt received the loudest ovation of all the players introduced — louder than the uber-popular Peyton Manning, if you could believe that. Even the Dallas Cowboys cheerleader received a mixture of boos when she was introduced, for crying out loud. Maybe it’s because the aloha spirit is alive and well on the island. Even so, the ovation for Vick is yet another testament to how far this guy has come in the last few […]
The week in Hawaii is almost over, with the Pro Bowl set to happen on Sunday at Aloha Stadium.
Dolphins OLB Cameron Wake signed that football in his hands, then launched it into the crowd during Ohana Day at Aloha Stadium. He actually has a pretty good arm. Ball flew about 30 rows.