It’s not too soon to say that the Mike Shanahan and Bruce Allen era has finally paid dividends with a Playoff appearance in 2012 for the Washington Redskins. The final...Read More
The 2012 NFL Draft will be remembered for the Indianapolis Colts selecting Andrew Luck, and the Washington Redskins pulling a massive trade in order to secure Robert...Read More
The Seattle Seahawks under Pete Carroll have done everything but be predictable and the quarterback battle is no different. In 2010, the Seahawks not only made the...Read More
Never underestimate the importance of a tight end. Well, at least that’s what the Indianapolis Colts must think.
By drafting two of the top tight end prospects in the 2012 NFL draft the Colts want to make sure Andrew Luck can get rid of the ball quickly if need be.
Luck may be familiar with former Stanford Cardinal teammate Coby Fleener, but Dwayne Allen could be the difference maker.Read More
The No. 17th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, CB Dre Kirkpatrick, is sitting out the Cincinnati Bengals OTAs with a groin injury.
Kirkpatrick and Bengals fans must hope that injuries are not a consistent problem as he will be in for plenty of snaps this season.
According to RotoWorld.com, “How much playing time Kirkpatrick gets as a rookie will depend on how quickly RCB Leon Hall progresses in his recovery from a torn Achilles and if the Bengals opt to keep LCB Nate Clements and his $5.5 million cap number.”Read More