Nick is an NFL featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He's a native New Yorker and graduated from Fordham University where he was an award-winning broadcaster for WFUV, 90.7 FM. Nick started working at SiriusXM NFL Radio in September, 2005, and served as an executive producer for the channel until March, 2013. From there, he started as an executive producer on Mad Dog Sports Radio, SiriusXM's all-sports channel. Nick has developed relationships with every NFL team and has covered every major event in the sport, and is a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. He resides in Queens, New York, and loves nothing more than a cold beer.
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I thought the Offseason Progress Reports looked promising until I got to the 2nd team, Atlanta, where you said, "...Dimitroff made a spate of signings on the defensive side of the ball in en effort to improve the unit, including end Adrian Clayborn, cornerback Phillip Adams and pass-rushers Brooks Reed and O'Brien Schofield." Clayborn registered six sacks in 2013, but missed all but one game in 2014 with a torn bicep. How effective will he be? Adams was a liability when on the field, and is just a depth signing. Reed never became a consistent pass-rusher - he has 7.5 sacks over the past three seasons - but he can play the run well. When healthy, Schofield is a solid pass rusher with the ability to play both outside linebacker and defensive end. That's NOT so much a 'spate' of defensive help, as it is a bunch of cheap, risky picks.
David Harris did not sign elsewhere, as your Pass/Fail Free Agency post states. He signed with the Jets.