1. 8 Biggest Surprises from NFL Rookie Camps

    Rookie minicamps generally begin immediately following the NFL draft and are designed for teams to have a quick first look at their incoming rookies as they begin to plan for training camp...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 3 months ago 207,243 reads 137 comments

  2. Hottest Rookie Storylines During NFL Offseason Workouts

    Soon after the NFL draft, teams ask their rookies to get to work. Most clubs have their rookie minicamps just a few days after the draft...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 3 months ago 159,346 reads 128 comments

  3. Who Are the NFL's Best Developmental Projects?

    For some draft picks, expectations are based around early contributions to their draft team, in most cases as a rookie. Even Day 3 picks are at times expected to challenge for key rotational roles or fill voids in select formations or situations...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 3 months ago 46,596 reads 58 comments

  4. Predicting This Year's NFL Surprise-Impact Rookies

    First- and second-rounders are seemingly expected to make an impact as rookies regardless of their position...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 3 months ago 111,764 reads 91 comments

  5. Every NFL Team's Best Undrafted Free-Agent Signing so Far

    The seven rounds of the NFL draft have developed into prime-time television, but it’s undrafted free agency that can truly build short- and long-term depth for both rebuilding and retooling franchises...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 3 months ago 191,448 reads 101 comments

  6. Defining a Successful Season for Every 1st-Round Rookie

    In today’s NFL , expectations are at record-high levels when it comes to rookies. Fans and media alike look at their rookie class the same way they look at free agency, putting unreasonable goals on these first-year players...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 3 months ago 49,220 reads 167 comments

  7. The Best Player at Each Position in Next Year's NFL Draft Class

    The 2014 NFL draft is just days old, but that won’t stop evaluators from peeking ahead to the top prospects in the 2015 draft...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 24,418 reads 69 comments

  8. 10 NFL Rookies Drafted by the Wrong Team

    After the longest draft process in NFL history, the 2014 class has finally turned from evaluated prospects into expectation-driven professionals. The draft saw 256 prospects drafted and many more signed after Day 3...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 158,593 reads 172 comments

  9. 2014 NFL Draft: The Complete Guide to Day 3

    The first round of the 2014 NFL draft was filled with excitement for draft fans. Between surprise quarterback picks, like Johnny Manziel landing in Cleveland at No. 22, and top-end values slipping down the board, like Aaron Donald falling to St...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 33,352 reads 26 comments

  10. 2014 NFL Draft: The Complete Guide to Day 2

    One round down and six to go! The 2014 first round was full of surprises. The Jacksonville Jaguars took their quarterback at pick No. 3, and it wasn't the one most expected...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 97,513 reads 116 comments

  11. NFL Draft 2014: Final Team-by-Team Needs, Fits and Predictions

    After months of buildup, the 2014 NFL draft has finally arrived. While things remain uncertain across the first round (and all three days) of the draft, pick options and team needs are beginning to come into focus...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 89,242 reads 27 comments

  12. 2014 NFL Draft: Small School Prospects to Watch During Draft Week

    By now, most fans of the draft and the NFL in general know the top prospects. They know the quarterbacks and the playmakers ...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 13,538 reads 23 comments

  13. 2014 NFL Mock Draft: Predictions with 1 Week Until the Draft

    One week. After five months of college football games, four months of the draft process and an extra two weeks that NFL teams and those in the media could've done without, the 2014 NFL draft is just a week away...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 324,056 reads 580 comments

  14. 2014 NFL Draft: Playing Fact or Fiction with All the Latest Rumors

    As anyone who follows the NFL draft closely each year knows, the weeks leading up to the draft are prime season for smokescreens...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 107,221 reads 77 comments

  15. No-Brainer Picks of the 2014 NFL Draft

    Every year, The Huddle Report tracks the best mock drafts from around the Internet to see whose is most accurate...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 25,840 reads 58 comments

  16. Highlighting the Best Small-School Prospect at Every Position in 2014 NFL Draft

    Johnny Manziel, Jadeveon Clowney and Sammy Watkins steal the headlines when it comes to NFL draft talk, and in general, the major FBS conferences dominate the NFL draft conversation each year...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 45,375 reads 41 comments

  17. 2014 NFL Draft: Impact Players Who Can Be Had Outside of the First Round

    An impact player doesn’t have to be the best prospect a team secures on draft day or the most coveted prospect it hopes to land with its draft picks...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 21,675 reads 33 comments

  18. 2014 NFL Draft: The Most Overlooked Player at Every Position

    The draft is a long process every year. With the draft pushed off an additional two weeks, this season allowed for even more time for added narratives and draft-board changes despite no games being played...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 31,097 reads 51 comments

  19. 2014 NFL Mock Draft: Best, Worst-Case Scenarios for Each Team in the 1st Round

    The NFL draft never goes as planned or at least how prognosticators in the media project it to go. That’s part of what makes the draft so entertaining to cover, follow and watch live every year...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 4 months ago 69,454 reads 125 comments

  20. Are NFL Teams Cooling on CB Darqueze Dennard?

    The NFL draft scouting process is as fickle as anything you’ll find in major sports. Scouts evaluate prospects in-season, attending practices and games to get the full film and live experiences needed to make an honest scouting report...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 5 months ago 6,298 reads 20 comments

  21. 2014 NFL Draft: One Area Every Top QB Must Improve in the NFL

    No quarterback prospect is perfect. Even the great Andrew Luck had flaws in his game when he entered the draft that he’s still working through as a young quarterback in the NFL ...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 5 months ago 165 reads 7 comments

  22. The 10 Most Plausible NFL Draft-Day Trades

    Projecting who teams will select in a mock draft is hard. Predicting which teams may trade up or down in the draft is even harder...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 5 months ago 29,488 reads 86 comments

  23. NFL Draft Stock Watch: Who Is Rising and Falling After Pro Days?

    In what was a pro day season that got more media attention than any I've seen in the past, the long March and early April circuit has finally come to a close, other than a few schools going through a second round of team workouts this week...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 5 months ago 33,973 reads 23 comments

  24. 2014 NFL Draft: Injured Prospects with Something Still to Prove

    In football, injuries happen. It’s a frustrating part of watching the country’s best athletes play the game they love, especially when it limits their future as professionals...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 5 months ago 12,949 reads 20 comments

  25. 2014 NFL Draft: Breaking Down Positional Value Round by Round

    The common belief is that NFL teams don’t want to draft strictly for need, if at all possible. However, teams enter draft day with specific positions they need filled, whether they’re short-term needs or long-term roster-building additions...

    Eric Galko Written by Eric Galko about 5 months ago 9,251 reads 1 comments