NFL Network analysts Charles Davis and Mike Mayock took a look Thursday at which players helped themselves the most during Senior Bowl practices this week.
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Texas A&M Defensive end/outside linebacker Von Miller has had a great week of practice, and is one of the best natural pass rushers I have ever seen. I’m really looking forward to seeing him in action at the Senior Bowl on Saturday.
From a fan’s perspective, it seems like it could be difficult for players to function as a team at the Senior Bowl. After all, many of the participants were either fierce rivals or played high-stakes games against each other in college, not to mention that they are here competing against one another for draft position and potentially millions of dollars. Oddly enough, however, that’s just not how it works.
A pair of tight ends have stepped out from the pack and flashed some intriguing skills this week during Senior Bowl practices.
So how does a Canadian who grew up dreaming about a career in the National Hockey League and worked as a fireman for five years prior to entering college wind up in Senior Bowl?
The first-round offensive tackles that I’ve been talking about all week long really impressed me.
North Carolina cornerback Kendric Burney had a sensational session at the North’s morning practice Thursday.
Posted: Thursday, January 27th, 2011 | Jason Feller Tags: 2011 Senior Bowl,
Not everyone is at the Senior Bowl to see if a player is quick-twitch, a heavy-legged waist bender or displays good wiggle.
Who were the standouts on day three of practices at the Senior Bowl? NFL Network’s Charles Davis and Mike Mayock had some nominees.
Games are won and lost in the trenches. Here is a view of some of those battles.
Virginia Tech has produced some good defensive backs in recent years. The next in line could be Rashad Carmichael.
It’s not easy being a quarterback at the Senior Bowl. The expectations are both high and very difficult to meet given the circumstances.
The South receivers have not been getting much publicity at the Senior Bowl this week, but Miami’s Leonard Hankerson could be changing that.
Posted: Wednesday, January 26th, 2011 | Pat Kirwan Tags: 2011 Senior Bowl, 2011 Senior Bowl, Boston College, Casey Matthews, Connecticut, Greg Jones, Lawrence Wilson, Mark Herzlich, Michigan State, Oregon
Michigan State’s Greg Jones had a lot of buzz entering Senior Bowl practices this week, but he has failed to live up to the hype. He’s way too stiff and struggled during blitz drills.