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NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock thinks the Vikings may be too late for his top two receivers and isn’t sure others are worth a first-round pick. See what Mayock had to say about the top options and how they meet up with Minnesota’s No. 23 pick.

Mayock: Bears must go O-line in 1st round

NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock says the Chicago Bears should be targeting four offensive linemen when it's their turn to pick at 20th overall.

Mike Mayock 2013 NFL Scouting Combine Conference Call Transcript

NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock held his annual pre combine conference call earlier this week and it was a lengthy one as took questions from members of the media for two hours. Mayock covered a wide variety of draft prospects and linked them to several teams, including the Pittsburgh Steelers, during his talk. The league has graciously passed along the transcript of the call...

NFL Draft 2013: Mike Mayock Stumping Hard for Jarvis Jones at No. 5 for Detroit

If you’ve heard or read one analyst, you’ve heard them all—in my opinion—but I tend to like Mike Mayock (NFL Network) more than most as he at least seems to know what he’s talking about most of the time. That said, he recently offered his opinion on former Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones’ as a potential Top 5 pick: “Jarvis Jones, now that’s a good football player...

Mayock: Eagles Should Be Able to Get Their Safety In 2nd or 3rd Round

Categories: BREAKING NEWS Eagles Draft News NFLDraftNFL Network analyst Mike Mayock is very high on the safety position in this year’s draft.  All of you Eagles fans know how desperate the Eagles are when it comes to the safety position. I saw their scouts and player personnel people interviewing and measuring every safety that came to the Senior Bowl. “This is one of [...](Read more...)

Mayock: Niners need another playmaker at WR

In a national conference call previewing the upcoming 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock was asked about the 49ers and what they might be looking for with their top picks in the April draft. Would the Niners shoot high for another wide receiver after taking the seldom-used A.J. Jenkins in the first round last year? What about adding depth to an aging defensive line?

Mike Mayock talks West Coast Offense-friendly quarterbacks in draft

The New York Jets and Buffalo Bills each brought in a new offensive coordinator this offseason, and with him, a scheme of the West Coast variety. The first step in that offensive transition will be bringing in some competition at the quarterback position, as New York’s Mark Sanchez and Buffalo’s Ryan Fitzpatrick each had dreadful seasons in their own right.According to NFL draft...

Vikings will interview, assess Te’o

The Vikings plan on talking to Manti Te’o, the linebacker now projected to be drafted about the time the Vikings are on the clock. See what GM Rick Spielman and draft analyst Mike Mayock had to say about Te’o’s draft stock and what he needs to do at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Mayock: Marcus Lattimore is ahead of schedule with his rehab

During a conference call today, NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock told the media that former South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore is ahead of schedule with his rehab from major knee surgery. Mayock projects Lattimore to be selected in the third round of April’s draft.   Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('...

Mike Mayock Lists Alabama Guard Chance Warmack At The Top Of His Board

Categories: BREAKING NEWS Eagles News Offensive LineTags: Bryce BrownChance WarmackChip KellyEric FisherJeff StoutlandJonathan CooperLeSean McCoyLuke JoeckelYesterday NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock made some surprising statements concerning the NFL Draft and Alabama guard Chance Warmack. “People will tell me I’m crazy, that a guard can’t go No. 1,” Mayock explained...

Linebacker options best explored early

If negotiations with the Vikings’ free-agent linebackers don’t work out, there are options that make sense for the Vikings early in the draft, according to analyst Mike Mayock.

NFL scouts gushing over Mizzou's Richardson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. The biggest wildcard in this year's NFL draft might just be Missouri defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson. NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock described Richardson, who is 6 feet 4 and 295 pounds, as a rising prospect who seems certain to go in the first round, perhaps even in the top 15. "I really like that kid," Mayock said in a Monday teleconference...
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