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Spring is here.

I woke up this morning to my daily weather report courtesy of Siri. In the state of Minnesota, my current home, any weather pattern up the dial from freezing and free of precipitation qualifies as “spring time” weather. The sun is shining. The snow is melting. Life is returning to the frozen tundra of the northland. It must be time for some spring football. It’s remarkable to me...
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52 minutes ago

NFL Draft 2018: Top 5 interior defensive linemen

Could one of these guys join the Bengals and help stop the run next to Geno Atkins at defensive tackle? The Bengals have a plethora of talent they rotate in the middle of the defensive line. However, outside of Geno Atkins none of these players have showed consistent enough success to warrant the starting spot next to the Pro Bowler. The likes of Andrew Billings and Ryan Glasgow...
Via Cincy Jungle
5 hours ago

Maurice Hurst cleared by doctors of heart condition

Since the scouting combine Michigan defensive tackle Maurice Hurst’s draft status was up in the air. He was flagged for a potential heart condition and was not able to participate in the drills. This gave the 6-1, 292 pounder an even larger question mark on him. Hurst himself said on Wednesday that he was looking forward to attending the Michigan pro day this Friday. Today, it was...
Via Silver and Black Pride
1 day ago

Cowboys 2018 Draft: Five defensive tackles — other than Vea and Payne — to know

We know about Vita Vea and Daron Payne, but who else can the Cowboys target at defensive tackle this April? While many NFL fans are focused on their team’s free agency move, the 2018 NFL Draft is getting closer and closer as each day passes. One of the biggest positions of need for the Dallas Cowboys this April — especially if they don’t add a free agent — is the defensive tackle...
Via Blogging The Boys
1 day ago

The pros and cons of the Cowboys drafting Vita Vea

Would it be a good idea or a bad idea for the Cowboys to draft Vita Vea? Based on how the Dallas Cowboys offensive and defensive units performed at the end of the 2017 NFL season, an argument could be made that they could be better on defense as opposed to offense. In the month of December, the Cowboys gave up an average of less than ten points per game. In the 2017 draft, Dallas...
Via Blogging The Boys
2 days ago

Dallas Cowboys Mock Drafts Address Needs at 3 Different Positions

"Tier two" of NFL Free Agency is here, meaning the Dallas Cowboys can set their sights on adding depth and filling the holes left by departed FAs Anthony Hitchens and Jonathan Cooper. It may take another week for mock drafts to reflect the losses of both starters by the Cowboys, but the ongoing draft process does not slow down at any point. A few of the names the Cowboys will bring...
Via Inside The Star
3 days ago

2018 NFL Draft: Could Miami Dolphins draft massive defensive tackle Vita Vea?

Defensive lineman Vita Vea of the Washington Huskies. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images) INDIANAPOLIS — Ndamukong Suh is gone, and suddenly, defensive tackle becomes a position of need for the Miami Dolphins. Jordan Phillips and Davon Godchaux are quality player but they won’t be able to absorb Suh’s incredible snap count on their own. And so now, suddenly, Washington defensive...
Via The Daily Dolphin
9 days ago

Prospect Profile: Washington DT Vita Vea

Vita Vea Defensive tackle | Washington | Junior Height: 6-foot-4 | Weight: 347 College Stats 2017: 44 tackles (31 solo), 5.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, four pass breakups, one punt return for 17...
Via Vikings.com
10 days ago

2018 NFL Mock Draft

With the NFL regular season now finished, most of the draft order for 2018 has been determined. Just eight teams are left to be sorted out, which means it's never too early to take a stab at which players will be taken where.In addition, it's becoming more clear which of the eligible underclassmen will be actually available in the 2018 NFL Draft. With all that, here's an early look...
January 12, 2018  |  Discuss

Predicting studs and duds for college football Week 5

Week 4 of college football was one of attrition. With the exceptions of Alabama and Clemson — two teams which have established themselves as clearly above the rest — every team in the top-eight faced some form of mortality. The degrees varied — Washington overcame Colorado easier than Penn State overcame Iowa — but the point remains. There are no more walkovers, no more FCS bye weeks...
Via Sportsnaut
September 28, 2017  |  Discuss

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