Marshawn Lynch, the subject of trade rumors throughout the offseason, denied to reporters Tuesday that he’s asked to be traded, but didn’t exactly endorse his current situation when asked if he wanted to stay in Buffalo, either.
Posts Tagged ‘C.J. Spiller’
A trade of Marshawn Lynch to the Seahawks would no doubt benefit his fantasy value, but the big winner would be Fred Jackson in Buffalo.
The potential trade of Marshawn Lynch would be good news in fantasy circles, especially for Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller.
The fantasy appeal of Alex Smith and Frank Gore has improved as a result of their team’s first-round picks.
Buffalo’s choice of RB C.J. Spiller shows that the Bills are trying to get some explosive playmakers.
Seattle really must be happy with Oklahoma State offensive tackle Russell Okung falling into their lap, as it gets a standout left tackle to replace Walter Jones, who is expected to retire.
C.J. Spiller would have been a much more attractive fantasy option had he not be taken by the Bills.
NFL Nation has really represented outside Radio City Music Hall at the 2010 NFL Draft.
The 2010 NFL Draft is here, and I have 10 things I really wish will happen over the next three days.
The one moment of the NFL Draft C.J. Spiller is most looking forward to is the moment an NFL team calls to say they want him to be a part of their organization. He also has a plan to make sure that moment isn’t spoiled.
The final phase of draft eve for the 2010 NFL Draft prospects concluded early Wednesday evening when the group of 17 players got their tour of Radio City Music Hall.
Bryan Bulaga, a likely pick in the top half of the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft, is less anxious and more excited as the draft nears.
Clemson’s C.J. Spiller, who NFL Network’s Mike Mayock has ranked as the draft’s best running back prospect, has reached a multi-year agreement to partner with Adidas.
NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi unveiled the second version of his top-1o mock draft Thursday on NFL Total Access, making some considerable changes after the first three picks.
Posted: Wednesday, April 7th, 2010 | Mike Mayock Tags: Anthony Davis, Bruce Campbell, Bryan Bulaga, C.J. Spiller, Charlie Brown, Demaryius Thomas, Dez Bryant, Jahvid Best, Jermaine Gresham, Jimmy Clausen, Maurkice Pouncey, Mike Iupati, Rob Gronkowski, Russell Okung, Ryan Mathews, Sam Bradford, Trent Williams
This is a defensive draft, especially early on. So out of the 32 picks in the first round, I think you’re only going to see between 12-14 offensive players taken, which means you’re going to get 18-20 defensive players picked.