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NFP Mock Draft - Version 7.0 | National Football Post
Russ Lande offers up his first Mock Draft since the Combine.
Will the Seattle Seahawks cut quarterback Matt Flynn? - NFL Videos
What are the Seattle Seahawks going to do with quarterback Matt Flynn? Ian Rapoport has the latest on the Seahawks' plans and the San Francisco 49ers' interest in New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Report: NFL salary cap set at $123 million for the 2013 season | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the National Football League has informed teams that the league-wide salary cap number for the 2013 season will be set at $123.0 million per team. The league-wide cap number for the 2012 … Continue reading →
‘Shutdown Corner’ offseason TPS report: Seattle Seahawks | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
After taking a few days to focus on the 2013 NFL scouting combine, "Shutdown Corner" resumes our TPS reports (Office Space), where we take a look back at each team's 2012 season and a look at what lies ahead for the 2013 offseason. We continue in the NFC West with the Seattle Seahawks.
2013 NFL Mock Drafts : NFL Mock Draft: Ziggy Ansah hits top 5
Following the NFL Scouting Combine, there has been some movement in my mock draft. It starts right at the top, where the Kansas City Chiefs are now out of the quarterback market with Alex Smith coming aboard soon. The top of the draft is loaded with linemen, and I predict a run on one skill position toward the end of the round. Let's get to it:
Videos: Top 5 Draft QBs, RBs - Video Breakdown - Rotoworld.com
Following the Senior Bowl and the NFL Combine, teams have started to put together their draft boards and positional rankings in preparation for school pro days. Expect reports and smoke screens to follow in the coming weeks regarding prospects being linked to certain teams leading up to April's Draft.
Mock Draft Version 1 – The Texans strengthen a strength | The Z Report | a Chron.com blog
Mock Draft Version 1 – The Texans strengthen a strength
The ‘trading up for Sheldon Richardson’ article " Seahawks Draft Blog
When I was asked by Kenneth Arthur and Jacson Bevens who I thought Seattle should take if they had their choice of any player in the draft, it was an easy question to answer. Sheldon Richardson.
What could keep Desmond Trufant out of first round - Blog - MyNorthwest.com
"There's no doubt in my mind that Trufant, he's a first-round pick," Clayton said during "Cold Hard Facts" Wednesday. Brock Huard isn't so sure about that. He explains why in the video below.
How Jim Harbaugh Can Continue to Develop the Colin Kaepernick Offense | Bleacher Report
When general manager Trent Baalke and head coach Jim Harbaugh decided to draft Colin Kaepernick back in 2011 with the No. 36 pick, we all knew it was only a matter of time before Kaepernick would take over for Mr...
Purdue pro day 2013 results: Kawann Short sits, Josh Johnson feels better - SBNation.com
Kawann Short is still nagged by a hamstring injury that kept him from performing on Purdue's pro day, while third-day cornerback prospect Josh Johnson feels he improved on his performance at the NFL Combine.
NFL Sets 2013 Salary Cap - Seattle Seahawks Lack Spending Room - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The NFL announced to day that 2013 salary cap will be set at $123 million. This is up from $120.6 million in 2012, and more than what was expected. Initial reports predicted that the cap would be between $121.1 million and $122.3 million.
Michael Turner, John Abraham cut by Atlanta Falcons - NFL.com
The Atlanta Falcons are coming off a strong season, but that's not stopping them from making big changes. The team has parted ways with John Abraham, Michael Turner and Dunta Robinson.
Cullen Jenkins reportedly has six-plus suitors in line - NFL.com
The Philadelphia Eagles saw enough of Cullen Jenkins, but the 32-year-old defensive tackle is reportedly drawing plenty of attention around the league.
Michael Turner: 'I have a lot left' after Falcons release - NFL.com
The Atlanta Falcons released Michael Turner on Friday, but the running back is confident he's still a valuable commodity. Gregg Rosenthal examines what the market might hold for Turner.
The Shutdown 50: John Jenkins, Georgia DL | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
With the 2012 NFL season in the books, and the scouting combine in the rear-view, it's time to take a closer look at the 50 players we think will be the biggest difference-makers at the next level from this draft class. To that end, we're happy to start this year's Shutdown 50 scouting reports (Hint: There may actually be more than 50). You can read last year's group here. The final 50 players listed were chosen and ranked based on game tape, combine results, overall positional value, and attributes and liabilities on and off the field.
Shutdown 50: Markus Wheaton, Oregon State WR | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
With the 2012 NFL season in the books, and the scouting combine in the rearview miror, it's time to take a closer look at the 50 players we think will be the biggest difference-makers at the next level from this draft class. To that end, we're happy to start this year's Shutdown 50 scouting reports (Hint: There may actually be more than 50). You can read last year's group here. The final 50 players listed were chosen and ranked based on game tape, combine results, overall positional value, and attributes and liabilities on and off the field.
‘Shutdown Corner’ offseason TPS report: San Francisco 49ers | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
After taking a few days to focus on the 2013 NFL scouting combine, "Shutdown Corner" resumes our TPS reports (Office Space), where we take a look back at each team's 2012 season and a look at what lies ahead for the 2013 offseason. We finish our spin around the league with the San Francisco 49ers.
NFP Friday Buzz | National Football Post
After NFL front office men had a chance to review combine numbers, they came away more impressed with Missouri outside linebacker Zaviar Gooden. He dominated his position group more than any other player, according to one exec. The numbers back him up. Gooden had the best time in 10 yard split (1.52), 20 yard split (2.50), 40 yard dash (4.4), 20 yard shuttle (4.18), 60 yard shuttle (11.28) and three cone drill (6.71). He has gone from a fourth round pick to a third or maybe a second.
Official franchise tag, transition tag numbers for 2013 | National Football Post
Numbers are in with cap set at $123 million
Who's No. 2? In this draft, that's a good question - CBSSports.com
Most people will tell you that Geno Smith is the best quarterback in this year's NFL draft. So who's No. 2? Matt Barkley is the frontrunner, but there are choices galore in a class that most agree is underwhelming.
Update: Miss on a first round QB, get fired
In October, I examined the data supporting the intuitive notion that when an organization misses on a first round quarterback, the axe must fall on someone. From 1998 to 2010, there were 35 quarterbacks selected in the first round of the draft. I labeled 141 as clear busts, and in 10 of those situations, the head coach and offensive coordinator were both gone within two years. The outcome wasn’t much rosier in the other four instances. In Chicago and Baltimore, a Coach of the Year award and Super Bowl title helped insulate Dick Jauron and Brian Billick, but their offensive coordinators were fired within two years of their teams drafting Cade McNown and Kyle Boller, respectively. In Denver, head coach Josh McDaniels lasted only one year after drafting Tim Tebow, although his offensive coordinator has managed to rebound nicely. Only in expansion Houston was the axe delayed, although OC Chris Palmer was fired after year 3 and HC Dom Capers after year 4 following the David Carr pick.
Free Agency Fits - Free Agency Update - Rotoworld.com
Rotoworld's Nick Mensio pinpoints affordable free agents who would make sense for each NFL team, like Louis Delmas and the Patriots.
Scouting the WRs: Tavon Austin, WVU | FirstRoundGrade.com
Tavon Austin will be a 22-year-old rookie for the 2013 NFL Season. After starring at running back for Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Baltimore, Maryland, Austin was converted to wide receiver in 2009. It’s worth noting that during Austin’s senior year of high school, he rushed for an astonishing 2,660 yards and 34 TDs.
2013 NFL Draft: WSU's Jeff Tuel to throw at back-to-back Pro Days - CBSSports
Former Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel is pulling out all the stops to impress scouts. Not only will he be throwing to receivers at the Cougars' Pro Day March 7 in Pullman, he'll participate in Eastern Washington's timing day on March 6, as well. Among the receivers he'll be throwing to at the EWU campus is former WSU star Marquess Wilson, who dazzled in drills at the combine.