It's been one of the stories of the off-season. As Kyler Murray has gone from baseball player to first round pick, the rumors that Josh Rosen could be traded have gotten traction. As the Combine arrives, the whispers seem to be getting louder. They shouldn't be, though.
Last year, the Arizona
With the new NFL season right around the corner and Free Agency opening on March 13th, 4:00 P.M, it's time to look into some possible free agency landing spots for some of the top free agents.
DeMarcus Lawrence, EDGE- He likely gets the Franchise tag and stays in Dallas for
Brody Oliver is an outside wide receiver prospect hailing from Colorado School of Mines, a Division II program with a reputation for high-flying offenses. He is not well-known in draft circles at the moment, but his ability to adjust to the ball and strong hands make him an intriguing potential
It's an argument as old as time itself. Lionel Ritchie firmly stands behind ceilings, but Jennifer Lopez brings considerable cache to the floor side. What does this have to do with anything? Ok. Nothing. However, when talking about the NFL Draft, and quarterbacks in particular, there's a very real discussion
There always seems to be debate on player comparisons. Some people love them and some hate them. Personally, I love them, and when you can do comps outside of football, they become even more fun. Comparing Nick Bosa to his brother is OK I guess, but compare him to a
Predicting the success or failure of a quarterback going from the college game to the pros is an inexact science to say the least. Even going back to some of the biggest successes, there were experts who just didn't see it. Aaron Rodgers wasn't a top 20 pick, and wasn't
The NFL Next website is the culmination of a dream I never knew I had. I've been kicking around the idea of my own site for years, but it was one of those things that people talk about but never really do, like skydiving....or watching a full Bengals game without