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NFLDraftTags: E.J. ManuelPhiladelphia EaglesMany names have been linked to the Eagles throughout the draft process. Most have been first rounders for the Eagles to take with their number four overall pick. However, a name that the Eagles could grab with their second round pick is Florida State Quarterback EJ Manuel.
Manuel, 6-5 237 pounds, has the rare combination of [...](Read more...)
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The Buffalo Bills have pulled no punches in their plans to address the quarterback position at the NFL Draft. They have brought in nine draft eligible quarterbacks for pre-draft visits and have left no stone unturned in their in the evaluations and preparations for next week’s draft.
One of those quarterbacks who came into town for a visit over the past three weeks was former...
In Florida State's 2013 Spring Game on Saturday, freshman dual-threat QB Jameis Winston lived up to the hype.
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School: Florida State | Ht: 6-5 | Wt: 237 | 40: 4.65
If the old eye ball test was taken into account, Manuel passes them all. He has a strong arm, stands 6’5, has a huge frame, and he can run. Greg Cosell said it and I believe it, Manuel is the only QB who will be able to run the read option that is coming out of this draft. Throughout...
The NFL draft never unravels the way we expect. In the months leading up to the event, we discuss a multitude of scenarios surrounding our favorite teams and yet, there are always a handful of surprises in the first round.
That said, don’t be surprised if…
…Florida State quarterback E.J. Manuel is selected in the first round.
Out of all of the quarterbacks in this year’s...
Losing out on the Emmanuel Sanders sweepstakes leaves the Patriots with just one more need they’ll now need to address come draft weekend.
There was a good chance the Patriots would find a receiver at some point on draft day when Sanders was still a possibility, but now that he’s out the pressure to find a playmaker only increases.
Fortunately for Tom Brady and company, this...
T.J. Harrell visited Florida State for the first time a few weeks ago and decided to make a return trip for the spring game last Saturday. The 2014 athlete is being recruited by FSU as a running back and he had a great time getting to know the coaches and players a little bit better. Harrell breaks it down right here.
For the second consecutive year, the National Football League invited a multitude of highly rated players to New York City for the NFL Draft. But, just as last year, don’t expect all 23 of the players invited to hear their name called during the first round. In the latest CFU mock draft, 21 players invited to Radio City Music Hall are projected to go in the first round. One player...