You say the Rocky Steps in Philadelphia. I say a Draft Experience near Caesars Forum and the Linq. You say Lower Broadway in Nashville. I say the Las Vegas Strip.
While lots goes into determining NFL draft value, it still matters most how players ultimately perform.
Aaron Rodgers managed to upstage all that was the NFL draft’s opening round when it was reported the league’s reigning Most Valuable Player wants out of Green Bay.
The Raiders have far too many other needs than to worry about dealing for one of the NFL draft’s elite quarterback prospects.
The Browns and Raiders, franchises that host the next two NFL drafts, have been an afterthought for most of the last two decades.
Tom Cable has coached in the NFL since 2006 and now faces task of developing a line where three starters from last year have been traded.
The general manager of the Raiders seems to favor those with “lower-half power generators,” known to him as bubble buttts, who also have the versatility to play a joker position.
As much as Raiders players might care about health and safety, skipping in-person offseason workouts isn’t primarily a pandemic narrative.
The league informed all 32 teams that an employee who refuses to be vaccinated will be barred from interacting with players this coming season.
New defensive coordinator Gus Bradley needs what team doesn’t have — Mike Trout in shoulder pads.