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2012 NFL Draft: Jeff Fisher open to Rams moving No. 2 pick - Mocking The Draft
While making the rounds during Super Bowl week, head coach Jeff Fisher told Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch he'd be to the Rams trading the No. 2 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. "There are going to be teams that have some interest in that pick," Fisher told Miklasz. "What we do will define the future of this franchise moving forward. If we stay there who do we take, if we move down who do we take. What if we move down and come back up. That's going to define the future."
Smart or Not? A junior's decision w/ Josh Robinson, CB, UCF - Mocking The Draft
Josh Robinson, the cornerback of the University of Central Florida has been the best cornerback in the Conference USA over the past couple years. He is a very good cover corner, and seems to always be around the ball to make a play. A couple weeks ago, Josh made a huge decision, one of the biggest decisions in his life, he chose to elect the NFL Draft over his senior year of college.
Andrew Luck wants to be the first pick, and he wants to play - Mocking The Draft
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck has been the wire-to-wire favorite to be selected first overall in the 2012 NFL Draft. Luck expressed his desire to be the first player off the board this week in an interview with the Indy Channel.
When "Flat" is Good: Route Running and Baylor WR Kendall Wright | The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
For the next two months, I’ll be providing excerpts of film study I’m doing for my 2012 Rookie Scouting Portfolio publication, which will be available here on April 1. The David Wilson Vision Series is one example of what you’ll be seeing: analysis of one particular skill set of a player and his position. Although the Wilson Series was a little more comprehensive, you’re going to find highly critical or praiseworthy analysis on an aspect of a player that might not match my overall take that you’ll find in the 2012 RSP.
The buzziest Super Bowl ads of 2012 | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Read 'The buzziest Super Bowl ads of 2012' from our blog Shutdown Corner on Yahoo! Sports. Super Bowl advertisements run around $3.5 million for a 30 second spot. So it was no surprise to see companies go all out, whether they went for comedy or played it straight. For the second year in a row, Volkswagen … Continue reading →
The 10 best photos from a thrilling Super Bowl XLVI | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Read 'The 10 best photos from a thrilling Super Bowl XLVI' from our blog Shutdown Corner on Yahoo! Sports.
Report: Manning, Dolphins have mutual interest - NFL - Sporting News
In the event of a breakup with the Indianapolis Colts, Peyton Manning has interest in joining the Miami Dolphins, according to a report in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Citing an unnamed NFL source, the report indicated the Dolphins are on a short list of teams that Manning would consider if he is released by the Colts.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell criticizes quality of play in Pro Bowl - NFL - SI.com
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he is disappointed in the quality of last week's Pro Bowl and changes must be considered, perhaps even dropping the game altogether.
Peyton Manning to the Redskins? Eskin says 'very likely' | National Football Post
It’s no secret that Mike Shanahan and the ‘Skins are in desperate need of a quarterback.
Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: Cortez Kennedy: Irrepressible Greatness
The lights would go off in our high school English class, and all hell would break loose. People would throw wads of paper, make funny noises, and generally revert into ancestral chimps. I was one of them. Our teacher was good-natured about it, but often said, "Yes, you do exist." He was an odd guy, but whip smart. It was his subtle way of pointing out our immaturity, and it always stuck with me. You do exist, even when nobody can see you. Nobody embodies that more than new Hall of Fame Inductee, Cortez Kennedy. Seattle has never seen a more dominant defensive player. His dominance was so complete that playing on a terrible team in "Southern Alaska" did not hold him back from gaining league-wide acclaim, and now Hall of Fame recognition.
Chandler Jones (DE, Syracuse) tape review " Seahawks Draft Blog
In three years at Syracuse Chandler Jones only recorded 10.5 sacks, 4.5 of which came in an injury-hit 2011 campaign where he missed five games. The sign of an underachiever? Or maybe someone who’s best days will come in the NFL? There’s something raw and edgy about his play and as an athletic pass rusher in a class lacking a lot of top-end talent, he could be one of the players who’s set for a big rise after the combine.
John Schneider: Seahawks ‘won’t panic’ at quarterback " Seahawks Draft Blog
Seahawks GM John Schneider spoke to KING-5′s Chris Egan this week (see above) and among the topics discussed, inevitably, was the quarterback position. Schneider again stated that the team are "not going to panic" when it comes to finding a long term solution and related to his experience working with Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. He wants that type of franchise-defining leader, he’s just not going to force it.
Seahawks.com Blog | On this date: A Super letdown "
A look at the memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Feb. 5:
Tez among Class of 2012
Cortez Kennedy was at home waiting for the call about his Pro Football Hall of Fame fate. It never came Saturday, so the Seahawks’ Pro Bowl defensive tackle found out on TV – just like everyone else.
Rudman: Weighing Seahawk Alexander’s HOF Bid | Seattle Seahawks
In two years, ex-Seahawks Walter Jones and Shaun Alexander become Hall of Fame eligible. Jones is first-ballot worthy. Is Alexander worthy at all?