Posts Tagged ‘Marshall Faulk’

Faulk: Ingram is NFL-ready

Depending on whose opinion you listen to, draft prospect Mark Ingram is either sliding right out of the first round or is underrated because running backs are being devalued in the 2011 NFL Draft. Or both.

Mayock: Teams either buy into QBs or don’t

The third annual NFL.com mock draft, like its predecessors, was an interesting endeavor in looking at how the first round could ultimately play out, with NFL Network and NFL.com analysts playing the roles of general managers.

Mayock: Ingram could slide out of first

NEW YORK –- In the days leading up to the NFL Draft, much of what prognosticators see playing out is a matter of educated guessing. But some names continue to emerge as players who could slide in the first round Thursday night — a topic that was discussed among NFL Network’s analysts during their Tuesday production meeting.

Newton to Panthers (in NFL Network’s mock draft)

NEW YORK – It’s not the most formal of mock drafts, but the NFL Network’s third annual roundtable mock draft is one of our last looks at how the analysts see the first round of the NFL Draft unfolding.

Faulk: Bennett is right about Romo

NFL Network’s Marshall Faulk doesn’t think Cowboys QB Tony Romo has earned the right to head into the 2011 season without facing a challenge from Jon Kitna for the starting job.

Consensus is McNabb fits in Minnesota

Right or wrong, it’s widely assumed Donovan McNabb’s future won’t be in Washington. So where will he land?

Ingram the next Emmitt? Faulk thinks he can be

Might Alabama RB Mark Ingram be the next Emmitt Smith? Nobody is going that far right now, but NFL Network’s Marshall Faulk says that Ingram reminds him of Smith — and it goes far beyond wearing No. 22 and playing in the SEC.

Newton on workout: ‘I was somewhat frustrated’

Auburn QB Cam Newton‘s tractor-beam effect on media at the NFL Scouting Combine continued Sunday as he was the center of attention during on-field drills before appearing on “NFL Total Access” to discuss his performance.

NFL Network broadcasting the Combine exclusively

NFL Network has exclusive coverage of the NFL Combine in Indianapolis starting on Thursday, Feb. 24 at 12:30 p.m.

Super Bowl winners not relying on featured backs

It’s not a new trend, but a continuing one, that NFL teams are relying less on the concept of a featured running back, many opting for specialization and backfields-by-committee in today’s NFL. The trend is also showing up among Super Bowl winners.

Fandemonium hits the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl

Hey NFL fan! It’s Ralph Lanier Jr., your NFL Director of Fandemonium here to tell you all about my phenomenal experiences at the 2011 Pro Bowl and also Super Bowl XLV. It’s been a busy and exciting couple of weeks and sadly, these are my final two entries.

Roaf gaining steam in Hall of Fame bid

Selection for the Pro Football Hall of Fame is on Saturday, with Marshall Faulk and Deion Sanders considered near-locks. The rest of the potential class is up for debate, but one name seems to be picking up considerable steam among the throng on radio row — tackle Willie Roaf.

On the air

NFL Network is live now at Media Day, with Rich Eisen, Marshall Faulk, Rod Woodson and Deion Sanders.

Revis calls for more leadership, consistency

Darrelle Revis told NFL Network the Jets came out flat in their loss to the Steelers because the team was relaxed and “didn’t really know what was at stake.”

CJ: Titans wouldn’t succeed with Fisher & Young

Chris Johnson tells NFL Network’s Marshall Faulk the Titans had difficulty blocking out the distraction caused by the friction between Vince Young and Jeff Fisher last season.

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