Category Archives: NFL Draft

CeeDee Lamb: 2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report

Givanni Damico | April 5th, 2020

CeeDee Lamb is the best receiver in this draft class without question. Find out why. Continue reading

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Byron Jewell | April 4th, 2020 

For the first time in twenty years, Tom Brady will be playing for a team other than the New England Patriots. In what was the biggest move in franchise history, if not NFL history, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have seemingly decided to go “all-in” when they signed the 42-year-old quarterback on a two-year $50 million dollar deal back in March.

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Minnesota Vikings Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | April 3rd, 2020

Entering the offseason, the Minnesota Vikings faced several critical decisions. With basically no cap space, the Vikings had to let go of several veterans. Xavier Rhodes and Linval Joseph were released while Everson Griffen and Trae Waynes were just a few of the free agents the team couldn’t afford to re-sign. However, the Vikings were able to sign Kirk Cousins to an extension that opened up the cap space needed to put the franchise tag on Anthony Harris.

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New England Patriots Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Mike Fanelli | April 1st, 2020

Needless to say, this is an offseason New England Patriot fans will never forget. After 20 years and six Super Bowl victories, Tom Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With Brady now in Tampa Bay, Jarrett Stidham and recently sign Brian Hoyer will reportedly battle for the starting quarterback job this summer. While Brady was the biggest loss this offseason for the Patriots, they lost several key defensive playmakers like Kyle Van Noy, Jamie Collins, and Danny Shelton.

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Green Bay Packers Post Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Dale Money | April 1st, 2020

The speculation on whether Green Bay would payout for Blake Martinez and/or Bryan Bulaga was answered, as both players would sign on with new clubs at the beginning of free agency. In order to try and best make up for those two big losses, the Packers would make some of their own additions. But after last season’s $182 million dollar spending spree, GM Brian Gutekunst was very strategic in how he used the team’s limited funds.

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