Posts Tagged ‘Earl Thomas’

Draft Countdown: T-minus two weeks

Two weeks. That’s how long we’ve got until Day One of the NFL Draft. Two weeks goes by fast. Remember how fast your two-week, low carb diet went? Okay, maybe not… but April’s biggest weekend is right around the corner. So with 14 days left, where does 14 fit in the pantheon of draft history?

Roundup: A look back at Saturday night

It’s the morning after … nine games were on the NFL preseason slate on Saturday night, so let’s take a bullet-point look on thoughts and observations from around the league.

Reports: Bryant visits Cowboys; Bengals, Bucs next

A quick look at some of the pre-draft visits scheduled between prospects and teams around the league.

Texas safety Thomas’ hamstring is fine

Earl Thomas‘ hamstring is fine, according to a league source, and will not set him back ahead of this month’s NFL draft.

Texas’ Thomas pulls hamstring after 4.37-second 40

Earl Thomas already was in good standing with NFL scouts after an impressive combine performance last month. But the safety outdid himself — and every other prospect Texas had on display — at the school’s pro day Wednesday before suffering a setback.

Ranking the best prospects by position

Texas’ Earl Thomas tops my list as the best safety prospect in this draft class, because I consider him the most instinctual player I’ve seen at the position in several years.

Wilcots: Lions will opt for Suh with second pick

NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots unveiled top 10 mock draft on NFL Total Access Wednesday, tabbing the Lions to take DT Ndamukong Suh with the second overall pick.

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