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Cardinals select Temple linebacker Haason Reddick with 13th pick

Via AP on Fox
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cowboys scarf down Taco Charlton with the 28th pick

With a run of pass-rushers late in the first round, the Cowboys got their Taco to go. With the 28th pick, Dallas added Michigan defensive end Taco Charlton. He had 9.5 sacks and 13 tackles for loss last year for the Wolverines, and has the kind of size and speed which make him a good…
Via Pro Football Talk
13 hours ago

Buccaneers use first-round pick on Alabama TE O.J. Howard

Via AP on Fox
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Colts add Ohio State DB Malik Hooker in 1st round

Via AP on Fox
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

NFL Draft: O.J. Howard Selected By Tampa Bay With Pick 19 In NFL First Round

Former Alabama football player O. J. Howard was selected by Tampa Bay with the 19th Pick in the First Round of the 2017 NFL Draft Has any NFL first-round draft pick ever had a quieter college career than O. J. Howard? Other than a lineman, the answer must be no. O.J. Howard had a very […] NFL Draft: O.J. Howard Selected By Tampa Bay With Pick 19 In NFL First Round - Bama Hammer...
Via Bama Hammer
14 hours ago

Grading the Tampa Bay Bucs 1st Round Pick

Player Selected: OJ Howard TE, Alabama Initial Reaction: So much for the Dalvin Cook love in Tampa. But at least they are continuing to add weapons to go with Winston. Like some of the other recent picks, Howard has no right being on the board at pick 19. Great addition to an up and coming team. Disclaimer: I agree you can’t grade a player before they even put a jersey on, but...
Via DraftSeason
14 hours ago

O.J. Howard falls to 19, Buccaneers pounce

No one expected Alabama tight end O.J. Howard to be available with the 19th pick in the draft. When he was, the Buccaneers wasted no time to get him. Tampa Bay took the big, fast, strong tight end with the 19th overall pick, getting a player who was projected to go much higher. The Bucs…
Via Pro Football Talk
14 hours ago

Ravens take Marlon Humphrey at No. 16

The defense in Baltimore isn’t what is used to be. The team is now trying to make it what it once was. With the sixteenth pick in the draft, the Ravens have selected cornerback Marlon Humphrey. The Alabama cornerback becomes the second cornerback drafted. It’s hard not to wonder whether the Ravens would have taken…
Via Pro Football Talk
14 hours ago

2017 NFL Draft: Alabama’s A’Shawn Robinson, others criticize ‘average ass players’ for going ahead of Crimson Tide teammates

There have been numerous surprises in the early going of the 2017 NFL Draft, but perhaps nothing has been less expected than no Alabama players going in the first 14 picks. Several former Crimson Tide stars, most notably Jonathan Allen, Reuben Foster, and O.J. Howard were all seen as likely top ten picks at one point or another. Now, they’ve all fallen down the board as seemingly...
Via SEC Country
14 hours ago

Derek Barnett Drafted #14 by Philadelphia

The man who broke Reggie White’s all-time sack record at Tennessee will follow in his footsteps with the Eagles. Reggie White would be pleased. After having no players taken in the 2015 and 2016 NFL Drafts, the Vols started off what should be a busy 2017 as Derek Barnett was taken in the first round by Philadelphia at #14. He is the highest Vol taken since Eric Berry and only...
Via Rocky Top Talk
15 hours ago

Cardinals take Haason Reddick with the 13th pick

The Cardinals didn’t get the quarterback they wanted. But they found a guy with the 13th pick who could make an immediate impact on their defense. The Cardinals watched three passers go before them, and selected Temple linebacker Haason Reddick. Reddick was a fast-riser late in the draft process, and his ability as a pass-rusher…
Via Pro Football Talk
15 hours ago

Clemson QB Deshaun Watson drafted by Houston at No. 12

Via Shakin The Southland
15 hours ago

Jets take LSU safety Jamal Adams with No. 6 pick in draft

Via AP on Fox
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Podcast: How Nick Saban used an NFL-like system to build Alabama’s dynasty

Welcome to SEC Country’s daily Alabama Crimson Tide Podcast with Ryan Fowler. Today, we talk with Chris Landry about how Nick Saban used an NFL-like system to build Alabama’s dynasty   Topics Discussed: Chris Landry from Landry Football who has worked with Nick Saban in the NFL explains how Saban uses an NFL-like system at Alabama Landry projects how some of Alabama’s...
Via SEC Country
15 hours ago

Arkansas Razorbacks News: Hogs in the NFL Draft, Basketball Transfers and Scheduling

Which basketball transfer is making an official visit in Fayetteville? Tonight the NFL Draft gets underway. No Razorbacks are expected to go in the first round but there are a handful of seniors that should be taken in the later rounds. Here is a good list of where different mock drafts have Razorbacks going, along with a good look back at past Razorbacks being taken in the NFL draft...
Via Arkansas Fight
15 hours ago

Panthers get their running back, Christian McCaffrey with the eighth pick

The Panthers have the opportunity to “evolve” their offense, and they’ll do it with a different kind of back. With the eighth overall choice, the Panthers took Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey. The Panthers were clearly in the market for a running back to supplement Jonathan Stewart, and might have preferred Leonard Fournette. But when…
Via Pro Football Talk
15 hours ago

Jaguars take LSU's Leonard Fournette with 4th overall pick

Via FOX Sports
16 hours ago

WATCH: Fans boo Alabama’s Nick Saban at the 2017 NFL Draft

Unless he’s in Tuscaloosa or surrounded by Crimson Tide fans, Alabama head coach Nick Saban generally isn’t very well-liked. Such is life when you’re arguably the greatest college football coach of all time. Case in point when Saban traveled to Philadephia for the 2017 NFL Draft, where several of his players are expected to go in Thursday night’s first round. As soon as the...
Via SEC Country
16 hours ago

Deshaun Watson’s ‘Primetime’ shirt is a great tribute to Deion Sanders

Former Clemson Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson will soon land with an NFL team, and he’ll be shown on primetime television for the big event.And he’s a big fan of “Primetime” (the player) as well, apparently.Watson showed off this cool shirt, featuring Deion Sanders from way back when he played in the NFL, which you can see from his Jheri Curl and shades. The funny thing...
Via The Sports Daily
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban Doesn’t Understand Doubts About Deshaun Watson

Nick Saban was probably seeing Deshaun Watson drop dimes in-between defenders in his dreams for weeks following the National Championship this year. After his Alabama Crimson Tide were dominant against everyone they played all year, Watson chopped the Crimson Tide defense to bits in the games biggest game of the season en route to winning the national title. That is part of the reason...
Via Campus Sports Net
16 hours ago

NFL Draft: Curtis Samuel Will Be Draft Day Surprise?

How high will Curtis Samuel be chosen in the NFL draft? Ohio State’s Curtis Samuel is projected to be chosen in the late second round or early third in the NFL draft by many “draft experts”. I think there is a good chance he could be chosen early in the second round, or may even […] NFL Draft: Curtis Samuel Will Be Draft Day Surprise? - Scarlet and Game - Scarlet and Game...
Via Scarlet and Game
17 hours ago

Tracking FSU football players in the 2017 NFL Draft

Keep up with your favorite ’Noles right here. It’s time for another collection of Florida State football players to go get paid, as the 2017 NFL Draft will transpire from Thursday through Saturday. We’ll keep this piece updated throughout, so you can quickly check back in and see who’s gone where, and when. But here’s what you need to know right now. Eight Seminoles...
Via Tomahawk Nation
17 hours ago

What in the world is Deshaun Watson wearing on his feet?

Former Clemson quarterback and likely first-round pick Deshaun Watson was wearing some interesting shoes on the red carpet Thursday night. Just take a look at these…weapons? Seriously, you could put someone’s eye out with those suckers. Hopefully Watson doesn’t trip on a wire as he exits the green room after being selected in the draft. Because ouch.
Via Sportsnaut
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

2017 NFL Draft: Who are the best available running backs?

The 2017 NFL Draft begins Thursday, April 27, and its crop of running backs has the potential to be one of the best in years. LSU’s Leonard Fournette is touted as the No. 1 overall running back prospects. Some scouts have even mentioned Fournette as a possible No. 1 overall pick. After Fournette, Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey and Florida State’s Dalvin Cook are the second...
Via SEC Country
17 hours ago

Deshaun Watson: Mitchell Trubisky over me would be a slap in the face

Former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson will not be happy if he’s not the first quarterback drafted tonight. Watson says that if North Carolina’s Mitchell Trubisky is the first quarterback off the board, he’ll take it as a personal affront. “It’s like a slap in the face, to be honest,” Watson told Josina Anderson of ESPN.…
Via Pro Football Talk
18 hours ago
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