Florida State has played two games in 2014, and so far we haven’t seen the best version of the Seminoles’ defense, which was a primary reason why many picked them in the preseason to repeat as national champions.
Having lost key starters to the NFL like second-round draft picks Lamarcus Joyner and Timmy Jernigan, third-rounder Terrence Brooks and fifth-rounder Telvin Smith, it’s...
The 2013 BCS National Champions will be getting their 2014 campaign underway in Dallas on August 30th. After winning its first national championship in 14 years last season, Florida State looks to have a very good shot at defending its title. Though quarterback Jameis Winston will garner most of the attention, FSU looks to be solid from top to bottom as Noled Out continues its position...
…And just for fun they picked a tight end, too…
Baltimore took Florida State defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan with their second-round pick Friday night. Jernigan, 6-foot-2 and 300 pounds, could be paired next to Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata to add some major pass rush disruption potential to the defensive tackle rotation.
“I was surprised,” Jernigan said. “I didn’t...
After wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin became the 40th Florida State player ever to be taken in the first round and the first FSU receiver in 12 years, three different Seminoles heard their names called on Friday as the 2014 NFL Draft resumed.
Defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan was thought to be the second Seminole to go, but to the surprise of many, cornerback Lamarcus Joyner was selected...
The Baltimore Ravens made their third-round selection on Friday night, taking Terrence Brooks out of Florida State. In the coming month, there will be plenty of coverage of the newest member of the Ravens. But in the meantime, here are five things to know about the safety:
1) Two way player: In high school, Brooks excelled as a running back, corner back and a wide receiver.
Here’s the final version of our 2014 NFL Mock Draft.
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2014 NFL Mock Draft
Traded Round 1 Pick 9 to the Cleveland Browns for Round 1 Pick 26 and Round 2 Pick 9
Round 1 Pick 26 (CLE): C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama (A-)
Starting MLB who makes this D even better.
Round 2 Pick 6 (T.B.): Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech (A)
The receiving TE threat Scott Chandler isn’t.
Round 2 Pick 9: Terrence Brooks, FS, Florida State (B)
Can play both safety positions and lightens...
Let's put Johnny Manziel aside for a minute.We've spent plenty of time talking about the potential of Manziel going to the Dallas Cowboys, but here I'm going to look at 11 players who the Cowboys should target aside from Mr. Manziel.These aren't all instant impact players, but they are players who can be a big part of the Cowboys' future, and are spread among...
If there is one thing the Green Bay Packers need to do in the 2014 NFL Draft it's find a long-term solution at safety. The position has been an issue ever since the career-ending injury Nick Collins suffered back in 2011 and after two years of lackluster play, an upgrade is desperately needed and General Manager Ted Thompson needs to deliver.
Fortunately for Green Bay, the 2014...
S Terrence Brooks
Packers prospect profile: S Terrence Brooks
Terrence Brooks S, Florida State, 5-11, 198 pounds Hometown: Dunnellon, FL
NFL Scouting Combine:
40 time: 4.42
Vertical jump: 38″
225 lb. bench: 10 reps
Broad jump: 9’11″
News and Notes:
Second-team All-ACC selection in 2013. . .played and started in 13 games, missing one...
OK kids it is that time of year again, draft talk is everywhere. Who will be taken number one and who are the top ten picks gets way more play then it should. In fact, I think it has got to the point of being sickening. We as Packer fans don’t get included in all that TOP ten blather and that is a good thing.
Over the off season a lot of what I hear at my usual hang out TalkinPackers...
I seem to have the reputation of a pessimist in the Twitter-community and such, and frankly, and can’t disagree with that assumption. I was thrown into the pit of Rex Ryan and Ed Reed’s labyrinth last year before I was ready to intake such ridiculousness. Yet here I sit today, as a sad and withering Jet fan, able to say that even I have a realistic dream mock draft that wold...
CA draft guru Olly Dawes returns with a full Colts mock draft.
2nd Round – Terrence Brooks, S, Florida State
I was torn between Brooks and his FSU team mate Lamarcus Joyner here – in the end, I went with the more natural fit at safety in Brooks rather than the versatility of Joyner. Brooks is a centre field safety who has shown excellent instincts in coverage. His range allows...
Former Florida State safety Terrence Brooks has been nitpicked as a football player. What he could do, and often did very well, was often overlooked by perceived shortcomings.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Terrence Brooks has been nitpicked as a football player. What he could do, and often did very well, was often overlooked by perceived shortcomings.
In high school, he was fast and was able to use that speed to cover receivers and close in on running backs.
After landing at Florida State, Brooks mostly played special teams and was a reserve cornerback his first...
Obviously, with the Broncos picking towards the end of the round(s) they will miss out on many of the 1st and 2nd overall players at their position (barring a trade). For instance: I would love to see the Broncos draft my friend Justin Gilbert (were not really friends, he just played for my favorite semi-pro team - Oklahoma State), but he will be long gone by the time the Broncos...
Outside of the Cowboys salary cap issues, the team is still grappling with the contract of DeMarcus Ware and there is still indecision on who the team should draft when that time finally arrives.On this site, I’ve profiled Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald, Louisville safety Calvin Pryor, Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy and others. The Cowboys defense was offensively bad...
Now that the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine is over, we can expect a new round of mock drafts from several of the major media draftniks. On Wednesday, Rob Rang and Dane Brugler of CBS Sports both released their latest educated guesses as to the way they see the first-round of the 2014 NFL Draft playing out and both have the Pittsburgh Steelers taking a safety, albeit different ones, with...
Of the 17 players listed as safeties that ran Tuesday at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine, Terrence Brooks from Florida State had the fastest 40-yard dash time. Brooks, who according to Jim Wexell of Steel City Insider met with the Pittsburgh Steelers while in Indianapolis, registered a 4.42 official time which was considerably better than the times posted by Alabama’s Ha Ha Clinton...
Less than two weeks after they celebrated a national championship, four Florida State seniors quickly began the transition to the NFL.
Linebackers Christian Jones and Telvin Smith, safety Terrence Brooks and center Bryan Stork have been working this week at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. They will play for the South squad in Saturday's game, which will air at 4 p.m. on the NFL...
MOBILE, Ala.—Florida State safety Terrence Brooks talks about his special senior year, how he is preparing to make the transition to the NFL, the Senior Bowl experience, and more.
Time: Saturday at 3:30 p.m.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- They signed with Florida State at a point when the program was in a valley, struggling to hit .500 and make bowl games.
Florida State's seniors have seen the program emerge from the low points that were the tail end of the Bobby Bowden era (a 7-6 finish in 2009) to a national title run in 2013.
A group of 24 Florida...
This is what happens when you're a good team in the ACC: You get so bored with the conference competition that two members of your starting secondary, P.J. Williams and Terrence Brooks, play hangman on the sideline during the fourth quarter.
This week against Idaho, they might be able to play hangman between plays with dry erase boards on the actual field.
Has Florida State's dominating performances against the rest of the Atlantic Coast Conference become boring?
The Seminoles have outscored their conference rivals 411-98, going 8-0 in the ACC in 2013.
So what is a first-team Florida State player to do, late in the second half of a 59-3 rout of Syracuse on Saturday? Why, play hangman. What else?
Two Florida State defensive...
Florida State’s players certainly didn’t find themselves in much of a competition on the field against Syracuse Saturday – the Seminoles blew out the Orange, 59-3. Apparently FSU defensive backs P.J. Williams and Terrence Brooks decided they’d make good use of their free time. They were caught using the whiteboard to play ‘hangman.” @TomahawkNation better quality pic...