Commissioner Roger Goodell says Chicago has “overdelivered” as host of the 2015 NFL draft. And the picks haven’t even begun.
Everyone should keep an eye on Landon Collins, Alabama’s fast, physical strong safety. He’s the best middle guy in the draft, and should be there when the Giants go on the clock.
The 6-foot-3, 245-pounder was SEC defensive player of the year at Missouri. He is expected to be an early pick in this week’s NFL draft, which begins Thursday.
The most important day of the NFL season begins on Thursday night in Chicago as the NFL Draft finally gets underway.
It’s almost an exercise in risk management. It’s a short portfolio, and the key will lie in how Mike Maccagnan views Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota.
Teams that are looking for upgrades in the wide receiver department are looking to the draft instead of free agency.
A former Florida State University student on Thursday filed a lawsuit against top NFL prospect Jameis Winston, saying he assaulted and raped her at an off-campus apartment in 2012.
If you believe the Jets, the new brain trust will take a good, hard look at the best player available at No. 6. Then again, they could select the best player, period.
Here’s a look at the other quarterbacks who could turn out to be tremendous value picks in the 2015 draft.
The UCLA quarterback is considered by some to be the third-best at his position in the upcoming NFL draft, behind Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota.
Reese could trade down and acquire more picks, but if he does not, he has to look seriously at Texas defensive tackle Malcom Brown, who has quickness, anger and excellent hands.
The Alabama wideout could fall to the Jets at No. 6 in the upcoming draft, but he’d have to get past Oakland first.
The top two draws in the upcoming draft could many, many miles from Chicago — and the huggable arms of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell — on April 30.
The Florida State star threw passes for nearly an hour Tuesday, demonstrating arm strength, accuracy and stamina. His next public workout might be as the top pick in the NFL draft.
You know what they say: timing is everything. Boomer and Craig agree that the Knicks’ timing kinda stinks.