It seems that for the past few years, NFL coaches and scout have criticized the skill players coming out of Guz Malzahn’s scheme at Auburn. There was a lot of criticism aimed at Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Sammie Coates when he was going through the draft process.
Since being fired by the Sacramento Kings after the regular season ended, head coach George Karl hasn’t said a word about what he dealt with all year. Many have been waiting on Karl to spill the beans on how bad it was coaching the Kings and center DeMarcus Cousins.
There are plenty of players that watch the NFL Draft just like all the fans do, but for different reasons. Some players watch the draft to see if their team selects a player that could potentially take over the position that they currently hold.
Earlier today, the Miami Heat moved on to the second round of the NBA Playoffs after blowing out the Charlotte Hornets in Game 7. Many thought the Heat would finish off this series after the Hornets were unable to close things out in Game 6 at home.
Going into the NFL Draft, everyone thought that quarterback Robert Griffin III would be the Cleveland Browns starting heading into the 2016 regular season. So when the Browns drafted USC quarterback Cody Kessler, most fans thought that he would be given a chance to develop as a backup.
The Houston Rockets were eliminated from the NBA Playoffs by the Golden State Warriors last week. That means that forward Trevor Ariza’s schedule is clear to take care of some business that started at the beginning of the season.
Now that the NFL Draft is over, many teams are looking ahead to the start of rookie mini-camp at the end of the week. But the Dallas Cowboys are still questioning themselves about a player they missed out on.
In a few months, the Rio Olympics will be upon us but USA Basketball is still trying to figure out who will be on the team. Los Angeles Clippers point Chris Paul already withdrew his name from consideration because he wanted to rest. It was reported that LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony were going to […]
Going into the NFL Draft, there were reports that the Dallas Cowboys were looking for a way to acquired another first round pick. It was reported that the Cowboys were targeting quarterback Paxton Lynch but the Denver Broncos beat them to the punch.
Baltimore Ravens first round pick Ronnie Stanley didn’t waste any time defending his position with the team. Earlier today, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Ravens were going to draft Laremy Tunsil if the gas mask video didn’t surface.