It might surprise some that one of the Saints who wants Reggie Bush to remain with the team is the player whose presence makes him expendable — first-round draft pick Mark Ingram.
As the evaluation process unfolding leading up to the 2011 NFL Draft, the stock of Alabama RB Mark Ingram was a consistent source of debate.
Round 1 of the 2011 NFL Draft is in the books.
NFL Network analyst Brian Billick opened his running back chat on NFL.com on Tuesday by saying that the value of today’s running back as been diminished, not because of skill, but because team are not putting a high value on the position. That shouldn’t matter to Mark Ingram.
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.
Is Mark Ingram a “special” player? Several NFL Network analysts don’t believe the former Heisman Trophy winner falls into that category.
NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock was on hand to watch Alabama’s pro day workout, and an improved 40-yard dash time didn’t change his impression of Mark Ingram.
Mark Ingram arrived at the NFL Scouting Combine hoping to silence questions about the knee injury he suffered last season at Alabama.
Alabama RB Mark Ingram said Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine that the knee he injured in August has healed and is a non-issue heading into April’s draft.
Is Cam Newton the only former Heisman Trophy winner who needs to prove himself? NFL Network’s Brian Billick explains that Alabama RB Mark Ingram also has a chance to prove himself at the combine.
NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks explains why Mark Ingram and Mikel Leshoure are the two running back with the most to prove at the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine.