Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
The Giants are tied with Jacksonville for the worst record in football, but they are among the leaders in another race -- the one for the first overall draft pick in 2014.
Thanks to their 0-6 start, the Giants may have a top-10 pick in May's NFL draft for the first time since 2004, and could even be the first team on the clock at Radio City Music Hall. Luckily for them, there's no shortage...Read more »
The NFL notified all 32 teams today that next year’s draft will be held May 8-10 at Radio City Music Hall. That’s two weeks later than usual, due to a scheduling conflict at Radio City.
The league said no decision has been made about when the 2015 draft would be held. There is a possibility that the draft will be held then at Radio City or at other locations, either in metropolitan New York...Read more »
NFL owners will not be voting on any changes to the league’s calendar at their meetings Tuesday, but it will be a topic for discussion – as it has been outside the walls of the Boston hotel ballroom where the owners are convening.
One thing seems certain: The 2014 draft will not be held in late April as it always has been, but instead will be in mid-May. This is because of a scheduling conflict...Read more »
D.J. Fluker says the controversial Tweet posted from his account this week did not come from him and that he never accepted money while playing at Alabama. The offensive lineman who most expect will go in the first round of Thursday's draft said his account was hacked and his agent and authorities are trying to figure out who did it.
"There are always people who want to see you do good...Read more »
Defensive end Mike Catapano has been turning heads in recent weeks, and if all goes right for the Bayville native, he could be the first Ivy League player selected in next month's NFL draft.
At least, that's what NFL.com senior analyst Gil Brandt thinks.
At his Princeton pro day March 20, Catapano worked out for representatives from 15 NFL teams, including the defensive line coach of...Read more »