– A loaded handgun was found in former DE Will Smith’s vehicle before he was killed.
– The Browns are considering trading out of the second spot in the draft.
– G Amini Silatolu visited with the 49ers.
– When asked about his son’s involvement in football, former Dallas RB Emmitt Smith told reporters that he would let his son play because he doesn’t want to take his passion away from him. Which is a pretty damn good argument.
– DE Jason Pierre-Paul recounts the night of the fireworks accident. “It could have been worse”.
– The preliminary hearing for the Will Smith murder case will be set for April 28th.
– GM Scot McCloughan for the Washington Generals said that he will ‘overpay’ for QB Kirk Cousins if he plays good this year.
– RB LaGarrette Blount has resigned with the Patriots.
– The Bills sign LB Lorenzo Alexander and S Colt Anderson.
– RB Silas Redd has been suspended indefinitely for violating the substance abuse policy.
– Greg Gabriel breaks down his Top 5 MLBs in the draft.
– Mike Renner breaks down the best OTs in the draft.
– Josh Liskiewitz says the Jags can shut down TE Delanie Walker just by drafting LB Myles Jack out of UCLA.
– Wes Huber warns fans of these three possible RB selections in that they may come with a buyer-beware caution flag.
– Jeff Legwold states the Broncos are still looking for OL help even though they addressed parts of it in free agency.
– In Troy Renck’s mailbag, one reader asks if the Broncos should sign QB Johnny Manziel.
– The Broncos held a “pro day” for local prospects within the area in order to get look at them/keep a close reach to the community.
– A Texans scout dialed the wrong number in an effort to find more information on QB Dak Prescott.
Preach! (Finding the Winning Edge Edition)
“Don’t allow people on your team to blame a certain individual or segment of your program and make them the scapegoat for your problems, it will divide and destroy your team. No matter what their role, encourage everyone to do their job and provide unwavering support for every segment of the team.” – Bill Walsh