Washington Redskins 2017 NFL Draft Grade

The 2017 NFL Draft is in the rear view mirror as many teams were able to better themselves for the future. One team that was able to nail the draft not only on needs, but talent as well, was the Washington Redskins. Let's take a look at how their draft

Jamal Adams Wins $50,000 Before Playing an NFL Snap

Jamal for the Win! With the 6th pick of the 2017 NFL draft, the New York Jets select Jamal Adams of LSU. Adams was selected 32 years after his father George Adams was selected by the New York Giants. Certainly, a New York State of Mind for the Adams Family. But

From Football to Bylines: The Tavon Mason Story

Growing up in West Baltimore’s Edmondson Village, Tavon Mason first attended what was then George Street Elementary School which was located in the Murphy Holmes Projects of Baltimore City, before his family moved to Baltimore County. “Sports started just playing in the neighborhood. Having an older brother and flocking to him

Richard Sherman and the swirling trade rumors have been magnified

The Seattle Seahawks and the conflict of trading Richard Sherman has impacted the organization in a big way. In order to trade Sherman, the "Hawks" want monumental terms for his departure. NFL's Network Insider Ian Rapoport confirmed the news that the "Hawks" wanted "A first-round pick and a very good player on a

Leonard Fournette 240 pounds might be a concern for Draft Day

LSU's running back Leonard Fournette weighed 240 pounds at the combine weigh-in, which makes him the heaviest running back in the draft. At his size, some coaches are concern that he may gain extra weight or not be productive on the field. "I think it has to be a little bit of

2017 NFL Draft Scouting Report: James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh

Determination, strength, and hard working are all traits that NFL teams look for in a player. Draft prospect James Conner, RB form Pittsburgh, fulfills all of those traits. In 2014 Conner rushed for over 1,700 yards and 26 touchdowns. He was named ACC Player of The Year. During his time at

Eagles release Leodis McKelvin

The Philadelphia Eagles released Leodis McKelvin this afternoon. Last season the Eagles offered McKelvin a two-year deal which was worth $6 million and $3 million was guaranteed. With the cut of McKelvin, the Eagles are looking to build some salary cap room. As of now, Philadelphia is 7.2 million in space. In