Last weekend the 2018 NFLDraft took place in Dallas as the NFL gave it’s annual welcome of new players into the fraternity. Now teams are getting ready for their mini-camps and OTA’s as training camp draws closer. Out of the 256 players that were chosen last weekend, two were Hispanic. While that number is
Another edition of the NFLDraft is in the books with 4 Notre Dame players hearing their names called over the 3-day extravaganza. Let's recap the weekend activities but first remember that very few players are receiving fully guaranteed contracts. Such is life in the NFL. It's great news for the top picks who get
Listen to @DynastyRich and @DaynastyMatt recap all of the dynasty playersselected in the first round of the 2018 NFLDraft and discuss their dynasty value. The guys break down the players, and how, where they ended up getting drafted affects their dynasty value. Which player selected in the first round will help you build
ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT It’s hard to imagine that NFLplayers, who are some of the biggest, strongest, and meanest human beings on the face of the planet, would be intimidated by anyone. But even in a league featuring some of the most ferocious and athletically gifted athletes in the world, there are certain players who
More than 200 players will be selected in this week’s NFLdraft, marking a turning point in both their professional and personal lives that also brings added liability with increased income and fame. First-round picks in particular will make millions of dollars as the 2017 draft reminded us, with the first overall pick expected to
256 players were selected across seven rounds in the 2018 NFLDraft as the 32 teams put all of their research and tactics into practice to help improve their rosters for the new season ahead. Of the 256 players, 39 were linebackers, while 13 quarterbacks were chosen this year, five of which went in the
Wonderlic test scores for the 2018 NFLdraft class have been released. Below you will find scores organized by position. Once the NFLdraft gets underway, we will update the charts with the draft number pick and team that drafts these players.
The NFLDraft can be stressful times for football players who have post-collegiate aspirations. Teams comb through prospects' pasts in order to ensure they can make the transition to the NFL. It's a rigorous process. Through all this intense scrutiny, players are expected to not only maintain their shape, but also grow and develop in
ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT President John F. Kennedy once famously said: “we have nothing to fear but fear itself.” But try and tell that to NFLplayers who had to go against some of the intimidating, imposing, awe-inspiring, and cold-sweat inducing players in NFL history. For the former, it wasn’t just about competing with the latter
The NFLDraft gets national attention. Today, football fans across the country are tuning in for the latest draft choices. However, all the pageantry disguises what the draft really is: The world’s most scrutinized, most transparent hiring event. From scouting, to the combine to the actual draft itself, the NFLDraft is its own job
ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT It’s one of the oldest barstool debates known to sports fans: who’s the greatest player of all time? With all the different players and styles of play throughout NFL history, how exactly are you supposed to measure that? Do you give it to the guy with the best stats? The guy with
There’s been a lot of buzz regarding the NFL-caliber talent, or lack thereof, in the Big 12 over the past few years. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock became the latest personality to knock the Big 12, saying NFL scouts have a difficult time evaluating players from the conference because of the style of play. The offensive
ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Whether they are drafted with the 1st overall pick (like John Elway, Peyton Manning, or Andrew Luck) or in the later rounds (Terrell Davis – Pick 196, Tom Brady – Pick 199, Bart Starr – Pick 199) – most future NFL stars are selected on draft day. While it’s common for undrafted players to
The 2018 NFLDraft has come and gone, and we all deserve a ‘congratulations’ for surviving the endless mock drafts and mindless speculation from talking heads. Now it’s time to examine draft grades and predict how each team’s new players will fit into their system as we count down the days until training camp. But
Image Source Getting a graduate degree is no easy feat, even for those who are able to study full-time – so imagine trying to earn a master’s while playing in the NFL. The following 10 pro football players went about achieving their graduate degrees in different ways, but each of their stories is an inspiration
Whew. Thank goodness I don’t have to read about any moreNFLDraft stuff now that the 2018 NFLDraft is over. Think again! We know this article won’t be for everyone because we know that some people are honestly glad that the draft is over and we’re closer to Buccaneers football being played and
Stefon Diggs is the most egregious recent example of Breakout Age oblivion, lasting until the 5th round in the 2015 NFLDraft. The Vikings finally selected Diggs with the No. 146 pick, the steal of the NFLDraft.
Oklahoma State had four players drafted in the 2018 NFLDraft, which ties the all-time record in the Mike Gundy era. Three of the four were drafted later than most thought they would be, but all four ended up in pretty intriguing (and advantageous) situations. I consumed all of the first round on Thursday and
The NFLdraft is over and man did we seem some shocking moves and great landing spots. Of course we also saw some players land in spots where well as a fantasy player we would have preferred they not. All in all it was an amazing draft in Dallas and
The 2018 NFLDraft is in the books and it’s now time to start looking towards the 2019 NFLDraft. Obviously, we are at the beginning stages of the 2019 NFLDraft process. This is the time of the year where I start developing a list of prospects to scout. I also dust off the
ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT NFLplayers have the potential to earn some serious cash. In a single season, even bench players earn more money than the average lawyer or doctor (average NFL salary is $1.9 million). There’s a joke among those who play in America’s professional football league, that the NFL really stands for “Not For Long.”
Listen to @DynastyRich and @DaynastyMatt break down the second round of the NFLDraft. They cover all of the skilled position players, where they think you should draft them, and what their future looks like. This is a can’t miss episode, as most of these guys will be selected in the first round of your
PewterReport.com analyzes the top players in the 2018 NFLDraft with its position previews. Trevor Sikkema previews the safety position with a comprehensive look at what the Bucs have and what they need from the DB spot, a detailed list of this year’s top players and offers up the annual PewterReport.com Bucs’ Best Bets –
PewterReport.com analyzes the top players in the 2018 NFLDraft with its position previews. Trevor Sikkema previews the cornerback position with a comprehensive look at what the Bucs have and what they need from the DB spot, a detailed list of this year’s top players and offers up the annual PewterReport.com Bucs’ Best Bets –
PewterReport.com analyzes the top players in the 2018 NFLDraft with its position previews. Mark Cook previews the linebackers position with a comprehensive look at what the Bucs have and what they need from the linebackers spot, a detailed list of this year’s top players and offers up the annual PewterReport.com Bucs’ Best Bets –
Too often NFL fit is overlooked during the NFLDraft process. Fit is almost always as important as actual talent in the NFL. The Armchair Scout picks his 10 favorite fits of the first-round of the 2018 NFLDraft.
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