Jeff Fisher led the Rams to a very respectable 7-8-1 record in his first season in St. Louis. Will the Rams and Sam Bradford will take that next step in 2013?
The Arizona Cardinals are four years removed from their Super Bowl run in 2008. Bill Bidwill has bought in a new general manager and head coach. Now it’s time the Cardinals roster had a complete facelift.
The Lions were possibly the most disappointing team in the NFL last year. Coach Jim Schwartz will have to roll up his sleeves and improve on the team’s 4-12 record if they want to be successful in a very tough division.
San Francisco was a couple of plays away from hoisting the Lombardi trophy. Jim Harbaugh’s main objective will be to keep the team from having a post Super Bowl hangover. Running back Frank Gore, pictured, is a big factor in accomplishing that goal.
As day four of the NFL Combine marked the closing date for all participants, the defensive backs wrapped things up with more than a few impressive outings. See which players we thought shined on the combine's last day.
Seattle has become an unwelcome destination for opponents in recent years. The Seattle Seahawks were a force all season and just a couple points away from the conference championship game. QB Russell Wilson and HC Pete Carroll could make Seattle fans happy for a long time.
The defensive line and linebacker positions have become the more notable hybrid positions in the NFL. Teams are beginning to use athletic players as plus defenders in packages to match offenses talent and speed. This year's combine exhibited these type of players, which we could see play various positions in the NFL.
Watching the offensive skill players perform is always one of the most exciting times of the NFL Combine. Although a few of the participants knocked on the door of Chris Johnson's 40-yard dash record, none of them were able to capture the gold. However, that didn't stop us from recognizing some of the top performers from day two of the NFL Combine.
Day one of the NFL combine is in the books and the expectations that have been lingering for months finally were brought to the field on Saturday. Continue reading as DraftNasty.com breaks down it's combine winners, losers, and watch list for the offensive linemen and tight ends.
Could North Carolina's Sylvester Williams (#94 pictured) be an option for the Ravens at the end of the first round in April's draft?