Combine News Wrap - Offseason Low Down
The entire NFL universe descended upon Indianapolis over the last week. Those college prospects getting poked and prodded in their underwear drew coaches, general managers, scouts, personnel men and more than 900 media members.
Bill Polian provides his list of the most impressive players at the 2014 NFL combine, including Jadeveon Clowney, Jimmy Garoppolo and Taylor Lewan.
The 2014 NFL Scouting Combine a.k.a. the "Underwear Olympics" may not have gotten as crazy as the Sochi Winter Olympics, but there were still plenty of memorable, GIF-able, troll-able moments at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis — where all the powdered wigs and stop-watch watchers scouted the top prospects going harder, better, faster, stronger. These are a few of the more memorable crazy moments from the Combine.
The Cleveland Browns are among the teams looking for a franchise quarterback in the 2014 NFL Draft, but contrary to popular belief, the team may not use the fourth overall pick to select that kind of player.
The annual rites of spring are upon us. The NFL combine, pro days, and an endless stream of analysis by former players on upcoming draftees. Each year it’s a toss up as to whether former players will offer effusive praise or scathing criticism of that year’s draft class. This year, it seems that former NFL QBs have opted for the scathing criticism option.
Mike Freeman is reporting that the Houston Texans are leaning towards using the No.1 pick on Jadeveon Clowney.
In the wake of the Browns' decision to part ways with veteran linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, Mike Wilkening identified the teams that could be interested in adding him. There wasn't much time for speculation.
Jonathan Martin does not want to return to the Miami Dolphins, according to the Palm Beach Post.
We’ll hear plenty about contract restructuring and extensions this offseason. But in their haste to get under the salary cap, teams will set themselves up for future failure. Here’s our guide to understanding the NFL’s most confusing topic
Like every other political measure or issue or topic for debate, Arizona Senate Bill 1062 has two sides. One side sees it as permitting blatant and rampant discrimination against gays.