Posts Tagged ‘Solomon Wilcots’

What is Browns’ draft strategy?

The Cleveland Browns own an NFL-high 13 selections, including four of the first 67 and two in the first round. The team’s No. 4 overall pick has long been considered a spot that could profoundly impact how the rest of the first round of the draft transpires.

‘Playbook’ picks: A Super Bowl XLII rematch?

“Playbook” analysts Solomon Wilcots, Brian Baldinger, Joe Theismann and Brian Billick make their picks for the conference championship games.

Week 16 ‘Playbook’ picks: Split on Eagles-Cowboys tilt

“Playbook” analysts Solomon Wilcots, Joe Theismann, Brian Baldinger and Matt Millen make their picks for Week 16.

Week 14 ‘Playbook’ picks: Pack will remain perfect

“Playbook” analysts Solomon Wilcots, Joe Theismann and Brian Baldinger make their picks for Week 14.

Week 13 ‘Playbook’ picks: Tough time for Texans

“Playbook” analysts Solomon Wilcots, Joe Theismann, Brian Baldinger and Matt Millen make their picks for Week 13.

Week 11 ‘Playbook’ picks: Split on AFC North tilt

Playbook analysts Solomon Wilcots, Joe Theismann, and Matt Millen make their picks for Week 11:

Week 10 ‘Playbook’ picks: Split on Saints-Falcons

Playbook analysts Solomon Wilcots, Joe Theismann, Brian Baldinger and Matt Millen make their picks for Week 10:

Burress, in great shape, plots his return to NFL

Plaxico Burress is in our studios today, and I can tell you he immediately passed the eye test. Brian Baldinger and Solomon Wilcots immediately noted and commented on his physical appearance, and Burress told me he’s sticking to a strict regimen in South Florida, and his legs feel as strong and explosive as ever. “This is best I’ve felt in years,” he said. Burress is spending his days at Bommarito Performance Systems, an elite training facility, and has been joined there by other top receivers such as Chad Ochocinco and Sidney Rice. He said the ankle issues that bogged him down in the past are long gone, and he will be ready to go whenever the lockout ends. Baldinger asked […]

Wilcots: Orton should start in Denver

NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots told NFL Network viewers on Wednesday that Kyle Orton should be the guy who starts in Denver. Orton, Wilcots reasons, has put up the numbers during his time at Broncos’ helm. But Wilcots, along with Warren Sapp, both believe that Tim Tebow should be in the mix and should be given a chance to compete for the job.

Quarterbacks under the radar

So who are “the best of the rest,” the quarterbacks currently under the radar coming off the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine?

Wilcots: Shockey can make impact, on limited basis

Jeremy Shockey is headed to Carolina. Now that the news is official, it’s worth looking into what type of player the Panthers are getting.

T.O. on Bengals’ woes: ‘It starts from the top down’

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.

Wilcots: McNabb didn’t play like franchise QB

Based on the latest body of work, NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots says he no longer views Donovan McNabb as a “franchise” quarterback.

Browns’ Cribbs stops by NFL Network

Cleveland Browns WR Josh Cribbs joins Paul Burmeister and Solomon Wilcots on the “NFL Total Access” set on Friday Feb. 18, 2011.

Vince Young must prove he’s a long-term solution

Vince Young has proven he can play quarterback in the NFL. He’s proven he can win in certain situations. But the real issue concerning Young’s future is that he hasn’t proven he can be a long-term leader of a franchise.

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