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Heading into the 2014 NFL Draft on May 8, we'll be profiling some of the top players that project to be a good fit with for the New England Patriots.
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The Seattle Seahawks have placed a second-round tender on restricted free-agent receiver Doug Baldwin , hoping to keep one of the key cogs in their offense from the 2013 championship season.
Normally, a phrase along these lines would match up accordingly with absurdities such as "the sky isn't blue," "water isn't wet," "beer isn't delicious" and "tacos are overrated."
Wayne Chrebet. The name is legend among NY Jets fans. An entire generation adores the man and his legacy.
Earlier this week we featured a report on David Yankey, the impressive guard from Stanford.
Xavier Talton added nine points and five rebounds to help the Buffaloes break a two-game losing skid and hand the Cardinal another setback.
After interviewing Stanford alum and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, who Walton called Bob Marley, Walton was asked about Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who was in the crowd to watch his Cardinal take on Colorado.
The most polarizing proposal in recent college football history was tabled Wednesday, as in shelved, one day before an NCAA rules committee was going to vote on the controversial pace-of-play issue.
Richard Sherman has kept a consistent presence around the Stanford football program since being drafted in 2011, but Tuesday's visit to spring practice was a little different.
Building for the future is the right thing to do! Especially if you have Dwight Freeney, Larry English and Thomas Keiser.
"In a weak culture, we veer away from doing the right thing in favor of doing the thing that's right for me."
With the Arizona Cardinals looking to upgrade a number of positions in free agency, there is one position that gets overlooked because of the numbers -- the running back position.
Prototypical height for a safety. He's able to line up against big red-zone targets and only be at a small disadvantage.
I think Louis Riddick was spot on with his assessment of what the Cards' front office's priorities are for the 2014 offseason with the exception of one thing.