6:39 AM EDT, Mon March 30, 2015
AFC Rumors & News
Plain Dealer 13 hours ago
Is Josh McCown really the Browns' starter this year? Or will they make another run at Sam Bradford on draft day or trade up for Marcus Mariota?
The Phinsider 18 hours ago
A lot of time this offseason has been spent discussing whom the Miami Dolphins will draft with the No. 14 overall selection in the 2015 NFL Draft. Let's back things up a bit and concentrate on the position Miami should focus on with its first-round pick. "The Dolphins should draft Amari Cooper or DeVante Parker at No. 14. If those guys aren't there, take Brandon Scherff. If he's not there, trade down and get Jaelen Strong." The above quote was tweeted to me by a Miami Dolphins fan last month, and it got me thinking regarding the Dolphins' No. 14 overall selection next month. While the fan...
Gang Green Nation 2 hours ago
It's been a while, but we're back with a new scouting report as we race towards the draft. Introduction We've enjoyed our break from the draft to focus on free agency, now we're diving head first into the draft again, focusing on some of the prospects the Jets may be interested in. In my mind, Parker is a first round talent without a shadow of a doubt and he probably should be a top 15 selection. If I said he finished his senior season with 43 catches, 855 yards and 5 touchdowns. You'd be quite impressed. If I said he did that while missing the first 7 games of the season, you should be...
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton will start for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2015. Everything after that is a bit of a mystery, beginning with AJ McCarron. No, not this year. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron has virtually no shot at unseating Andy Dalton, and the $9.6 million cap number that he comes with, as the team's starting quarterback. NOTE: It's cute if you suggest that Dalton could be demoted to second position this year but stay on the team. If there's a scenario where McCarron replaces Andy Dalton this year, Dalton isn't staying. It's just that, save for traumatic physical...
Music City Miracles 9 hours ago
If you could bring any player to the Titans, which player would you add? The Titans have had a very solid free agency period so far, but it still feels like it is one starter shy of being great. With a shortlist of candidates that could come in and make a big difference on this team, which one would you most like to have? Joe Barksdale RT Barksdale isn't a great right tackle, but he is better than anything the Titans have had since David Stewart was in his prime. The Titans offensive line still has three weak links and until they upgrade C, LG or RT, this offensive line will still...
Behind the Steel Curtain 14 hours ago
March goes out like a lamb with relatively quiet free agency activity and an uneventful owners meeting. The top story? Despite the fact that the owners meeting was going on in Arizona only the most fanatical of fans could call this an exciting week in the NFL. Basketball, college and pro, men and women, hockey, even spring baseball seemed more interesting. As for Pittsburgh? There was discussion over the wisdom and value of re-signing James Harrison, another minor free agency signing (actually a retention), and Kevin Colbert and Art Rooney II held court on a number of items. But my vote...
Rich Cimini mentioned in his article today that the Jets have still not decided where they will hold training camp in 2015. The Jets still haven't announced their training camp location. Long Island's SUNY-Farmingdale once seemed like a strong candidate, but it's out of the running. The folks at SUNY-Cortland are keeping their fingers crossed, hoping Ryan's departure doesn't dissuade the team from a return appearance. (Ryan was the driving force behind Camp Cortland.) The Jets also could decide to stay home, Florham Park, New Jersey. This really comes down to the preference of the...
ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. held a conference call on Thursday. Here are a few draft notes with a Patriots twist: 1. Kiper's top three guards -- South Carolina’s A.J. Cann, Duke’s Laken Tomlinson and Florida State’s Tre Jackson -- are jockeying to be the first player selected at the position. Kiper has them all as second-rounders, and if it unfolds that way, the Patriots would have a crack at the top-rated guard at No. 32, the final pick of the first round.
Buffalo News 7 hours ago
Position: Offensive tackle. School: SyracuseCombine measurements: 6-foot-5, 309 poundsCombine stats: Bench: 35 reps.Career stats: 38 games, 38 starts (34 at left tackle)Draft projection: Fifth-... Read More
Denver Post 8 hours ago
Denver Post reporter Troy Renck gives his opinion on whether Wes Welker will return to the Broncos in the 2015-16 season on The Sports Show on March 27, 2015The post Troy Renck: It would be a
Patriots Football Coverage | WEEI 18 hours ago
Greg and Chris talk with Mike Reiss from ESPN Boston in hour 2 of NFL Sunday to discuss a variety of offseason happenings with the Pats and throughout the league. Greg and Chris also get into the NFL Draft and where Mariota and Winston will go.
Patriots Football Coverage | WEEI 19 hours ago
In the first hour of the show, Greg and Chris discuss the news coming out of the owners' meetings this week and rule changes. Belichick's blow-up over the league not wanting to spend on endzone cameras was well documented and the guys react. They also talk about the Jets ridiculous tampering charges, free agents still lingering out there, where Stevan Ridley will land and the RB position in New England. Dickerson and Price briefly discuss the adventures of Tom Brady before being joined by WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia to talk all things Pats in the offseason.
A look at what's happening with the New York Jets: 1. Here we go again: In my opinion, Todd Bowles is sending a mixed message with his stance on the quarterback situation. Speaking from the league meetings, he said "it's hard" to get an accurate feel for Geno Smith because they haven't had a chance to meet, talk football and review last season. At the same time, Bowles said Smith will line up with the starters when training camp opens, adding the first-team quarterback will get the majority of the reps -- a philosophical choice.
Boston Globe 22 hours ago
No big deal, just two of the greatest pro athletes of all time getting in some run in the Bahamas.
Baltimore Sun 23 hours ago
The Times’ NFL writer Sam Farmer takes a look at the potential selections that teams might make at this year’s draft, which starts April 30 in Chicago: