It might seem like Prince Amukamara is playing second fiddle to the #1 cornerback prospect, Patrick Peterson. But a player with a legit shot at the draft's top ten isn't standing in anyone's shadow.
Iowa's Ricky Stanzi has made far fewer headlines than some of his fellow draft-eligible quarterbacks. But for a signal-caller who has elicited comparisons to Tom Brady, you have to wonder why.
If Illinois running back Mikel Leshoure could begin to run with the power and instincts to match his potential, there's no reason why he won't be all smiles come draft day.
The lockout has put a damper on coordinators across the league who can't get their players acclimated with a playbook. And in Kansas City, Matt Cassel is working with a new coordinator--again.
Changes in the kickoff have thrown a wrench in the Bears' stellar return game. And now that Lovie Smith can't touch base with his quarterback, and the Bears' president has volunteered to open his books, this offseason has turned into anything but quiet.
There are questions at both QB and WR in Cincinnati, but owner Mike Brown believes he's answered the question under center. That leaves receiver, where a bright up-and-comer from Georgia could fill the void.
After weeks of waiting, the first post-lockout court hearing took place on Wednesday. What did Judge Susan Nelson have to say? We'll have to wait and see.
While NFL players remain out of work, Judge Susan Nelson ordered the NFL and former NFLPA to resume mediation on Monday.
Players who pose a concern off the field tend to slide down draft boards, but the inverse is true as well: Players who are a safe bet for NFL teams climb every April. But who exactly are those low-risk players?
He's not exactly being begged to stay in Washington, but a few teams in the NFL could still use Donovan McNabb under center. And the way we hear it, the likeliest candidate could be the Vikings.
The NFL lockout has put free agency on hold, likely until after the draft. See how PFW's Nolan Nawrocki says the lockout is changing teams' draft strategies, and how not everyone is playing by the rules.
Front office personnel and their players can't be in contact right now, but the way we hear it, as soon as soon as the owners and players reach a new deal, Joe Flacco wants a new one of his own.
Pete Carroll has decisions to make at a few positions in Seattle that could involve pay cuts or releasing players, and no decision is receiving more attention than the one under center.
It's not likely that the Cincinnati Bengals will choose Ryan Mallett with their fourth overall draft pick, but the way we hear it, there's still a way the Arkansas QB could replace Carson Palmer in Cincy.
Every Cardinals fan in the country is worried about whether they'll hold on to Larry Fitzgerald in 2012. But the way we hear it, Fitz is feeling right at home in the desert.
Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver is choosing interesting ways to give fans in Jacksonville hope in their team. But the way we hear it, it's not an encouraging situation for coach Jack Del Rio.