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NFL Draft 2013: Which Teams Will Get the Most out of Their First-Round Picks?
Sharrif Floyd fell into the Vikings lap, and they couldn't be happier. Al Bello/Getty Images The 2013 NFL draft is in the books, and teams have been graded on how well they did in adding collegiate talent to their organizations. Most teams can't go wrong from Bleacher Report Read more »
Undrafted doesn't leave players undeterred
For NFL prospects on the bubble, its often better not to get picked at all than to be selected in the final rounds. Once the Indianapolis Colts pick Mr. Irrelevant, a title bestowed upon the last player chosen in the seven-round draft, teams will make a from The Tennessean Read more »
What Really Defines a NFL Draft Bust?
While some of the more generic labels (“high motor”) are still being written about the NFL’s rookie prospects, many writers will wait at least one more week before bringing out the “b” word. It is a word that has many meanings, some even contradictory of from Bleacher Report Read more »
Don Banks: In head vs. arm quarterback debate, the jury's still out on Bray
Tyler Bray dealt with losing the coach who recruited him at Tennessee when Lane Kiffin left for USC. Maybe it's all still Ryan Leaf's fault. But the specter of the Leaf debacle in San Diego, which launched 15 years ago this spring, dramatically crystalli from Sports Illustrated Read more »
Patriots Draft: The Best Fit for New England at Every Position
As Michael Holley divulged in the New York Times bestseller Patriot Reign, the Patriots designed a scouting portrait in the mid-2000s which covered all the traits a quarterback should have. Interestingly enough, the requirements sketched a spitting image from Bleacher Report Read more »