Offensive Line: Still the Foundation? | ProFootballFocus.com
All this week we’ve been running features on the most under appreciated starters on an NFL team, the offensive linemen. The old adage goes that you win games in the trenches and that any team–in order to be successful–needs to build from the inside out. So the question is, is that still the case in the modern NFL?
Combine Notes – OL/TE | The Scouts Notebook
Tommy Lawlor grades the offensive lineman at the combine.
After 13 years, Reid as determined as ever
After 13 seasons without a Super Bowl victory, Andy Reid insists he’s just as motivated, just as energized and just as confident as ever.
Eagles seeking linebacker in NFL draft | NFL Football | Bradenton Herald Today
The combine, despite its growing popularity, is merely an excuse for team officials and agents to gather and lay the groundwork for free agency, which just so happens to precede the draft by six weeks.
Penn State's Still: I'm Best DT in Draft
"I think hands-down I'm the best defensive tackle in this draft," Still said in a session with the media Saturday at the NFL Scouting Combine. NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock says he has first-round grades on five to seven d-tackles this year, so Still's claim is a bold one.