The NFL Draft is ancient history now and if you didn’t hear your name called, then we have bad news for you — it’s back to your cubicle where your dream of being a star on the gridiron will remain just that.
The 2012 NFL Draft wrapped up Saturday night. While many pundits correctly predicted that quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III would go to Indianapolis and Washington at No.1 and No. 2, respectively, there were some surprises as the NFL Draft stretched into its late rounds.
We all know Andrew Luck will be the first pick of the draft, but, depending on your perspective, the very LAST pick of the draft -- or as he's dubbed, Mr. Irrelevant -- might have some luck of his own if this woman has her way.
Drafting in the National Football League isn’t the exact science that most NFL scouts and general managers would like you to believe it is. It explains why players like JaMarcus Russell and Ryan Leaf can be first overall picks and Tom Brady can be a sixth-round selection.
The 2012 NFL Draft starts Thursday with NFL teams taking the opportunity to draft the best talent from the college ranks into the pros. While many teams build Super Bowl champions by drafting blue chip prospects, many other great players are left undrafted. Here are 15 of the best undrafted players in the NFL today:
After a college career in which he set 54 school records in just 41 games, Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III announced Wednesday that he would be skipping his final year of eligibility to enter the NFL draft.
The NBA may be in lockout mode, but that doesn’t mean league activities have stopped. Owners have proposed adding a third round to the annual draft, which could lead to even more sweeping changes to the annual event, according to SheridanHoops.com. The goal is to create a more competitive balance of power across the league.
One proposal would keep the entire first round to the league’s bottom hal
After the worst off-season ever for college football, we’d like to say it feels good to get back to a sense of normalcy with some actual games. Unfortunately, the off-season woes will continue to dominate the headlines in Week 1...