Steve Wyche was the latest in the mock draft hot seat, unveiling his top 10 mock draft Friday on “NFL Total Access.” Going with the status quo, Wyche has the Panthers selecting Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert at No. 1.
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Coming off a fantastic Combine performance that met all expectations, it’s very possible LSU CB Patrick Peterson could grade out as the best prospect in the NFL Draft. But could he go No. 1 overall?
This much, we know, is true: Over the next seven weeks, the debate over who the Panthers will take with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft will continue to rage.
NFL Network analyst Michael Lombardi unveiled the second version of his top 10 mock draft, with the Panthers taking Missouri QB Blaine Gabbert No. 1 overall.
As far as Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is concerned, he’s moving forward under the impression that disgruntled veteran QB Carson Palmer will not be traded.
Even if Colt McCoy hasn’t officially been named the starter by new Browns coach Pat Shurmur, it certainly sounds as though he has the support of his teammates eight games into his career.
Terrell Owens didn’t leave much to the imagination Friday on “NFL Total Access” when discussing what was behind the problems that plagued the Bengals during a forgettable 2010 season that fell short of expectations.
Based on the latest body of work, NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots says he no longer views Donovan McNabb as a “franchise” quarterback.
NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi has little doubt the Raiders’ chances of keeping Nnamdi Asomugha are slim.
These are some uneasy times in Cincinnati. Will Carson Palmer be back? Will he really walk away into retirement if Bengals owner Mike Brown doesn’t adhere to his quarterback’s trade demand?
NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots reminded us that any team interested in Plaxico Burress will have to be patient.
NFL Network analysts Charles Davis and Adam Archuleta discuss the draft prospects of Washington QB Jake Locker, who was a possible No. 1 pick before returning to play for his senior season.
For the NFL decision-makers who must ultimately evaluate Cam Newton, how much stock is put into a controlled, scripted workout? How much was really learned about Newton that wasn’t known before, and how much could he really benefit?
When the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine rolls by in a few weeks, NFL talent evaluators will have a lot of questions for former Auburn QB Cam Newton, a projected first-round pick.
With the role of feature backs nearly extinct in today’s NFL, Jerome Bettis says Adrian Peterson of the Vikings is the one player he sees with Hall of Fame potential.