As the NFL world starts to settle down after the Buffalo Bills and Terrell Owens seemingly became the football equivalent of the couple that gets married in Vegas after knowing each other for a few hours, the interesting thought is, who do the Bills take in the draft now? Do they go defense? Offensive line? There is a a possibility of going after Brian Orakpo from Texas, but he would be off the board before 11 if the draft experts have their way. Needless to say, if the Bills can hit a home run with pick 11, they may be able to challenge for the division this season. On to the links...
The Examiner looks at possible running backs for the Indianapolis Colts.
Scout.com profiles Liberty running back Rashad Jennings, who could be a sleeper this season.
Ray Ratto takes time from eating creme horns to pen a column bashing the NFL Combine. Does anyone else think he looks like William Conrad?
Steve Hasler from Ravens 24x7 discusses the Ravens second round draft strategy and the fact that they may need to make some adjustments.
The Dallas Morning News points out that players from New Jersey are going to be a major part of the NFL draft.
The Bleacher Report re-ranks the top prospects by position.
There may be another battle of Ohio, as the Browns and Bengals are both looking at combine star Jared Cook.
The Football Expert interviews Utah DE Paul Kruger.
Fan IQ ranks the sleepers in the draft.
Nicholas Cotsonika of the Detroit Free Press has a bit of a man-crush on one Matthew Stafford.
UCA Sports has a profile on two of their recent grads looking to be drafted.
Russ Lande breaks down North Carolina wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, who made one of the all-time great catches against West Virginia.
It was a weekend for record breaking performances at the CFL's E-Camp this weekend, as the 40 yard sprint(dash if you will) has a new bench mark.
The Toronto Star does a nice piece on University of Toronto DB Matt Morris.
Today's Pro Days
Central Washington, Clark, Colorado, Eastern Washington, Georgia Tech, Montana, Southeastern Oklahoma, Tulsa, and Utah