All eyes and iPhones were on Johnny Manziel, who squirmed in his seat for 21 picks before landing in the wasteland we call Cleveland. He forced a smile and his signature salutation, rubbing his thumb and forefinger, a metaphor for counting his cash.
The Giants had serious issues on offense last season. Now they have new coordinator in Ben McAdoo — and a rookie receiver with the skills to bust loose every time he touches the ball.
Welcome to Day 2 of the NFL Draft. Plenty of running backs are still available.
Pryor has a message for the NFL: hold on to your helmets. The hard-hitting Louisville safety is looking to make an immediate impact after being drafted by the Jets with the 18th overall pick.
According to NFL Network’s Rich Eisen, draft prospects have been given the opportunity to select walk-up music for when their name is called by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell — WWE style.
Manziel is the wild card in this year’s NFL Draft, with some analysts pegging him as a top-5 pick, while others have the Texas A&M quarterback slipping totally out of the first round.
That’s how championships are won, by being smart in May. And that’s how this version of the Jets will take care of business this week.
Giants general manager Jerry Reese knew he had plenty of work to do, and he plugged a ton of holes in free agency. Now comes the hard part — the NFL Draft.
Every NFL draft is filled with intrigue. When the crop of college players has 102 early entrants, including the likes of Jadeveon Clowney and Johnny Manziel, that simply ratchets up the excitement.
Will anything memorably goofy occur this year? We hope so, because a draft without silliness is nothing more than a boring roll call of kids eager to lug other people’s bags around for the next year.
Before saying goodbye, Craig put the Rhodes Scholar finalist to the test by asking him some questions fit for one hoping to land a job with Google…
It’s best to get rid of the ifs. In this piece, we look at five players who are most likely going to be consistent from the start of their careers to the finish.
The Missouri defensive end, who likely will be drafted by an NFL team this weekend, will receive the award given to individuals who transcend sports at The 2014 ESPYs on July 16.
Anything is possible for a general manager trying to fill so many holes, with so many picks at his disposal.
The NFL Draft is just a few days away, and for former Boston College tight end Mike Naples, the hard work is set to pay off.