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It was a rather sunny day for Stan Drayton to be wearing a zip-up hoodie, so the heat got to him quicker than the rest of the guys as he shoveled mulch into a wheelbarrow.
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It has been reported in the media that the New England Patriots may be interested in drafting Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde with their first round pick .
7 hrs ago | MusketFire
Jan 3, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes running back Carlos Hyde reacts against the Clemson Tigers in the second half of the 2014 Orange Bowl college football game at Sun Life Stadium.
11 hrs ago | Cincy Jungle
ESPN NFL draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. mocks two rounds in his latest draft, giving the Bengals a first-round cornerback and a second-round offensive tackle.
Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer can't remember being more excited about an upcoming season, which is exactly what 700 rabid Buckeye fans in a banquet hall wanted to hear Thursday night.
The Washington Redskins can host up to 30 players before the draft, but who they do doesn't always tell the entire story of their interest.
In a recent column on the "Steel Mill" , columnist Alan Robinson points out how of the Steelers 30 allowed pre-draft visits , they have dedicated most to CB's .
Ohio State tackle Jack Mewhort was one of the Buckeyes' linemen worked out by the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday Falcons' offensive line coach Mike Tice was among the Atlanta staffers at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center conducting a private workout for OSU offensive linemen Jack Mewhort, Corey Linsley and Marcus Hall.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ezekiel Elliott never has to go too far to be reminded of the tradition he's hoping to uphold.
Niners looking to move James: When the 49ers selected LaMichael James in the second round of the 2012 draft, it was hoped that he'd be a speedy addition to the backfield and eventually be the successor to Frank Gore .
Sophomore linebacker Darron Lee chases freshman running back Curtis Samuel during the 2014 Spring Game April 12 at Ohio Stadium.
Any moves that are made by NFL teams at this time of year, especially those from squads with early picks in the upcoming draft, are done so under the microscope of what it could mean for their draft plans.
At Ohio State, most position battles are won or lost in the spring, when the coaches have the time to really evaluate the roster and identify their playmakers.
As the 2014 NFL draft approaches, we're spotlighting some of the top prospects who might be of interest to the Browns.
With players getting bigger, faster and stronger, the running back has become a devalued position in the NFL.
The first objective of recruiting in college football is to lock down your state.