With opening day still three months away and the mandatory portion of the initial wave of offseason workouts over, we have entered the more quiet parts of the NFL offseason. However, while the football world seemingly turns slower these days it does not stop.
With that in mind, this post examines the Rivals rating and NFL draft grades for those on the 90- man roster, categorized and averaged by position group. This post considers only the offense…the defense will be completed next week.
When Matthew Jones committed to play his college ball for the Buckeyes Saturday, he became the 14th member of the 2018 recruiting class. That pushed Ohio State past Miami University to the top spot in the recruiting rankings .
The Ohio State Buckeyes added a potentially dominant physical presence to their future offensive line Saturday when offensive tackle prospect Matt Jones joined their 2018 recruiting class. Jones, who is 6'4″ and 285 pounds, is a 4-star prospect, per Scout , and the No.
Ohio State lands OT/DT Matthew Jones (No. 20 in 2018 ESPN 300); chose Buckeyes over Penn State and others (ESPN)
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Ohio State Video: J.T. Barrett vs. YouTube star’s grandmother in 40-yard dash and bottle flipping? Not a typical day at Buckeyes practice (ESPN)
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The Detroit Lions will be without left tackle Taylor Decker for the foreseeable future, and filling his spot will be next to impossible. Well, so much for optimism and positivity .
Some are still in shock that Marshon Lattimore practically fell into the lap of the New Orleans Saints. His value in this past draft was enormous, especially after the situation involving Gareon Conley arose.
How do you stop Chris Williams? That, if you look back, was the question early in 2016 as the REDBLACKS receiver went off for 493 yards in just three games. Speed kills and it's hard to argue that anyone in the Canadian Football League has more to burn than the 5-foot-9, 155-pound burner out of New Mexico State.
Niner Noise's moves on with our “Who Is?” series on San Francisco 49ers players in 2017. This installment looks at running back Carlos Hyde and whether or not he's actually in danger of losing a starting job.