Well, I was up next to take a turn with Top 10 mock draft on “Path to the Draft” Thursday.
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Consider this an open plea to the Carolina Panthers: Don’t repeat the same mistake other teams have made by not taking the best player available with the first overall pick in the NFL Draft.
He can call it a comeback, but Tiki Barber might be find offers from NFL teams few and far between.
Here’s a look at three players who analysts Brian Baldinger, Charles Davis and Michael Lombardi view as having as rising draft stocks.
The signing of oft-injured safety Bob Sanders to a one-year deal could be viewed as the ultimate risk-reward move by the Chargers.
With holes to fill all over the roster, the bottom line is the Redskins got better with the signing of free agent free safety O.J. Atogwe on Thursday.
The Raiders need Richard Seymour, and in several ways it was a no-brainer to retain him. But was it worth the price they paid?
Shaun Rogers is in a unique position, one of a handful of players who are currently true free agents and able to sign with any team before the current CBA expires on March 3.
Posted: Thursday, January 20th, 2011 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Chicago Bears, Aaron Rodgers, Brian Baldinger, Brian Urlacher, D.J. Moore, Danieal Manning, Devin Hester, Julius Peppers, Lance Briggs, NFC Championship Game, Pisa Tinoisamoa
I went out on my own on the “Playbook” picks this week and took the Bears over the Packers, for several reasons.
Posted: Thursday, January 20th, 2011 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Ben Roethlisberger, Brian Baldinger, Charles Woodson, Chicago Bears, Darrelle Revis, Green Bay Packers, Matt Forte, New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers
Here’s a championship weekend edition of Four Downs, starting with a look at why Ben Roethlisberger is so difficult to defend.
It’s prediction time again for “Playbook” analysts Brian Baldinger, Joe Theismann and Brian Billick.
The Bears knew going in to Week 17 they couldn’t improve their No. 2 seed in the NFC. Still, they played like they had to win the game. It’s a testament to the players and head coach Lovie Smith.
The Jets are doing a lot of talking, but Playbook analysts Brian Baldinger, Joe Theismann and Brian Billick aren’t buying the hype. All three like the Patriots.
It was award season on NFL “Playbook” Wednesday, as the crew made their picks for three end-of-season awards.
Posted: Thursday, December 30th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Brandon Jackson, Brian Baldinger, Chris Long, Dick LeBeau, Four Downs, Fred Robbins, Gary Gibson, Green Bay Packers, Gregg Williams, James Hall, John Kuhn, New Orleans Saints, Peyton Hillis, Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Rams, Troy Polamalu
This week, Four Downs takes a inside look ahead at four of the matchups in Week 17 and what could be key factors.