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Atlanta Falcons Add Defensive Depth in 2013 NFL Draft

2013/04/28 at 7:54 pm 0 comments

Before the draft began, many experts as well as Falcons fans knew the Falcons were going to focus on defense in during the seven rounds of the draft. It started on Thursday night when the Falcons took cornerback Desmond Trufant from Washington in the first round at No. 22. The [...]

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Atlanta Falcons Take Washington CB Desmond Trufant With First Round Pick

2013/04/26 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Anyone that has followed the Falcons the last six years knew that the Falcons were going to make a move in the draft. Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff has made at least one trade in the draft since 2008 and it was no different this year as the Falcons moved [...]

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The New Orleans Saints bolster the middle of their secondary add S Kenny Vaccaro

The New Orleans Saints bolster the middle of their secondary add S Kenny Vaccaro

2013/04/25 at 11:00 pm 0 comments

The New Orleans Saints overhaul the back-end of their defense by selecting with the 15th overall pick Kenny Vaccaro the star safety out of Texas. He is an excellent tackler with strong closing speed that head coach Sean Payton loves . One of the best all-around athletes at the position [...]

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Panthers get their man DT Star Lotulelei

Panthers get their man DT Star Lotulelei

2013/04/25 at 10:05 pm 1 comment

The Carolina Panthers decide to build their defensive front and select defensive tackle Star Lotulelei out of Utah with the No 14. overall pick. Star Lotulelei led his team with 11 tackles for loss and 5.0 sacks in 2012.  The star senior defensive tackle also racked up three forced fumbles, four fumble [...]

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Philadelphia Eagles Draft Grades: Grading the Selection of Lane Johnson

2013/04/25 at 8:35 pm 1 comment

The Philadelphia Eagles’ fans were chanting for quarterback Geno Smith, but they got someone better—offensive tackle Lane Johnson. As much as the quarterback position may be a need in Philly, landing a blindside protector for incumbent starter Michael Vick and whomever takes the reins in the future was far more [...]

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Philadelphia Eagles: Why They Should Favor Geno Smith Over E.J. Manuel

Philadelphia Eagles: Why They Should Favor Geno Smith Over E.J. Manuel

2013/04/25 at 6:00 pm 0 comments

The Philadelphia Eagles need a quarterback. Whether they decide to address that need with the fourth-overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft is yet to be seen, but I wouldn’t recommend it. Especially since just about any guy they want at quarterback will still be there in the second round. [...]

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New York Giants: Analyzing Top Mock Draft Selections

2013/04/19 at 1:01 pm 1 comment

The 2013 NFL draft is drawing near and many of the top “experts” are set on who they believe teams could go with on Thursday, April 25. With many picks floating out there among all of the mock drafts available, let’s take a look at some of the most popular [...]

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2013 NFL Draft: Running Back Rankings and Scouting Reports

2013/04/10 at 9:39 pm 3 comments

The running back position may be a bit undervalued due to the nature of the NFL and the way offenses are currently run, but there’s no denying the impact a good running back can have on a team. The 2013 NFL draft class is not highlighted by top-flight, surefire studs, [...]

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No Franchise Tag for Packers’ Greg Jennings: What’s Left for Green Bay’s Remaining Free Agents?

No Franchise Tag for Packers’ Greg Jennings: What’s Left for Green Bay’s Remaining Free Agents?

2013/03/05 at 2:42 am 1 comment

Although it came as no surprise, Greg Jennings is set to test free agency next week after the Green Bay Packers chose not to place a tag on their once prized wide receiver. Among the list of potential free agent wide receivers heading into next season, Kansas City’s Dwayne Bowe [...]

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Tyrann Mathieu Compares His Game to Charles Woodson, Ed Reed, Troy Polamalu

Tyrann Mathieu Compares His Game to Charles Woodson, Ed Reed, Troy Polamalu

2013/03/01 at 2:01 am 0 comments

Like a handful of others, Tyrann Mathieu has spent this week fielding questions about past off the field struggles, while trying to convince scouts and GM’s of his value and alleged newfound maturity since his “Honey Badger” days. Those questions, were perhaps the hard part of the Scouting Combine for [...]

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