Who should the Jacksonville Jaguars target in free agency and the draft this offseason? Kirk Morrison, Dave Richard and Pete Prisco join Ryan Bass to break it down.
The New England Patriots head to the NFL scouting combine this week knowing that they don’t have a selection for the first 59 picks of the 2016 NFL Draft, thanks to the ruling from Commissioner Roger Goodell, who stripped the team of a first rounder this year and a fourth rounder next year as a result of the Deflategate scandal.
As we move closer to the draft in late April, and as the league’s Deflategate investigation and the Wells Report continue to get scrutinized over time, sentiment from fans that the team was unjustly stripped of the picks has grown, as evidenced by one of many petitions on Change.org.
The Titans are exploring different options they can take with the No. 1 overall pick and Mike Florio says the team’s decision to trade the pick will come down to whether they believe there is a player they must have.
Let’s look at some NFL prospects who should wow teams at the top of the first round and who will turn out to be incredible values later on.
The Eagles reportedly won’t use their franchise tag on quarterback Sam Bradford, and Mike Florio wonders what the market will be like for Bradford and how far Philadelphia will go to keep him.