Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Tuesday Links

A lot to get to, let us get to the links...

NFL Draft

Willie Tuitama did not help his draft stock on Sunday morning, although it may make him an attractive target for the Bengals.

Cory Bonini from KFFL compiles a list of sleepers and busts, and he is not a fan of Matthew Stafford.

Baylor OL Jason Smith visited the Lions earlier this week.

The New York Times compares the draft decision of Oklahoma hoops star Blake Griffin to the decision of Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford.

The Examiner looks at the Colts options at wide receiver in the draft to replace departed Marvin Harrison.

Greg Squires posts a mock draft that does not have Matthew Stafford being the first name called.

Battle Red Blog has primer on second round strategies and tells us why the second round should be watched as much as the first.

Colorado held their pro day yesterday.

The Seattle Times does a nice piece on Central Washington's pro day.

Russ Lande breaks down USC LB Brian Cushing, who may be a target of the Patriots at #23.

The Examiner looks at the Chicago Bears and talk about the possibilities of Darrius Heyward-Bay or Pat White being drafted by them.

Mike Mayock of the NFL Network thinks the Lions should avoid Matthew Stafford.

LeSean McCoy may be a target of the Arizona Cardinals.

The Palm Beach Post talk about the importance of Percy Harvin's pro day.

KLTV speaks to Stephen Hodge after his Pro Day at TCU.

A recap of Utah's Pro Day.

Recaps of Georgia Tech's Pro Day, including the impressive workout of Michael Johnson and some news and notes as well.


The Edmonton Eskimos re-signed QB Jason Maas. They have the 11th overall pick in the CFL Draft after trading Q Stefan Lefors to Winnipeg in January.

Pro Days Today

Arkansas, Auburn, Carson-Newman, Central Oklahoma, Colorado State, Delaware, Howard, Indiana, Kansas, McNeese State, Northern Colorado, Oklahoma, Towson, Washington, Weber St, Western Michigan.

BTW Tulsa held their pro day yesterday, the Tulsa world did not bother to cover it. Why?



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