Vic Carucci bumped into Jim Kelly at the Buffalo airport this morning on his way to Indianapolis, and within seconds of exchanging pleasantries, they were discussing what the Bills might do with the third overall pick of the draft.
Cam Newton showed that he wants to do the right thing this week when he announced that he was going to be full-participation at the combine.
He might want to stop participating in interviews, however.
The NFL has become a quarterback league, but does that mean that a team in the Top 10 — in need of a quarterback, meaning the Cowboys will probably be out at No. 9 — should feel obligated to draft a quarterback?
Auburn QB Cam Newton plans to fully participate in the NFL combine that begins later this week, saying he wants “to be transparent” through the whole draft process.
NFL Network’s draft forecaster Mike Mayock is having a harder time with 2011’s QB class than he’s had in recent memory.
Cam Newton is so far proving to be the most polarizing prospect of the 2011 NFL Draft.
Under Armour might be assured that Cam Newton will be a star, but Pat Kirwan isn’t as convinced as he discussed in his weekly NFL.com chat today.
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?
Let the Cam Newton buzz officially begin.
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.
NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock gives a breakdown on former Auburn QB Cam Newton and his NFL future.
One of the more intriguing names in the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft is Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton. Not only regarding where he’ll be drafted, but the inevitable comparisons to failed (so far) quarterbacks JaMarcus Russell and Vince Young.