Found February 25, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Cordarrelle Patterson
NFL wide receiver prospects and the NFL Scouting Combine go together like peas and carrots. How fast you run the 40 yard dash, vertical jump and board jump can help you jump up the board to the first round, or solidify a draft position. It can even cause you to drop to the middle rounds if you underachieved. That’s why we’re going to look at the wide receiver prospects in the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine to see who the winners and losers were and to see what round they might end up after their performance... Read more

2013 NFL Draft: Power Ranking The Top 5 Wide Receivers Prospects

The 2013 NFL Draft won’t feature a huge crop of wide receivers who will make their way into the first round unlike past years. Like the quarterback prospects and running back prospects, this year’s class of pass catchers might feature only one true first rounder. Maybe two if things fall into place and players help their stock at the Combine. Who will those players be? We’ll...

Combine This! ...who moved up on Eagles' scouting charts?

A few light bulbs got brighter for the Eagles scouting staff at the Combine over the weekend.... No doubt Blasphemizer's boy Cordarrelle Patterson (WR, Tennessee) opened some eyes... No way you draft a wideout in the first round if you're the Eagles, but package a trade-back deal here and there, or get lucky in a later round, and I could see Patterson in midnight (or...

Cream of the 2013 NFL Draft crop: Wide receiver

This is the fourth edition of an eight-part series noting the top prospects of the 2013 NFL Draft at their respective positions. THE WIDE RECEIVER PROSPECTS: Keenan Allen, Cordarrelle Patterson, DeAndre Hopkins, Tavon Austin, Robert Woods.Keenan Allen (6-3, 210 lbs.) CaliforniaBig, physical wideout with good hands. Ideally suited for a West Coast style offense that depends on solid...

Chargers Notes: Phillip Rivers, Cordarrelle Patterson, Louis Vasquez

Phillip Rivers Kevin Acee of Union-Tribune San Diego writes that the Chargers should consider trading QB Philip Rivers if they are not willing to make drastic upgrades to their offensive line. Acee asked a ”half-dozen agents and assistant coaches” about the idea at the Combine and no one disagreed with his reasoning. Rivers is an obvious pocket passer, so he needs adequate...
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