1. Rookie, Undrafted Free Agent Watch for Seattle Seahawks Training Camp

    The Seattle Seahawks had 11 selections in the 2013 NFL Draft, and with only three of them coming in the first four rounds, many of the draft picks will be competing just to make the roster...

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  2. Breaking Down Seattle Seahawks' Biggest Training Camp Battles

    The Seattle Seahawks have added pieces to the offense and defense to improve further on last year's 11-5 season. They have a lot of roster positions to figure out, mostly backup positions...

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  3. Burning Questions for Seattle Seahawks Training Camp

    The Seattle Seahawks went 11-5 last year and secured their first winning season since 2007. They have an offense that should only get better as Russell Wilson grows, and their defense is among the most feared in the league...

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  4. Full Training Camp Roster Breakdown for Seattle Seahawks

    The 2013 Seattle Seahawks are moving from a team that was perhaps underestimated to a team that everyone knows is a threat to win not just the NFC West, but the conference as a whole...

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  5. Setting Odds for the 2013 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year

    One thing was clear in the 2013 NFL draft: With so many highly touted offensive linemen and defensive standouts, skill players on offense were a surprising rarity...

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  6. How Does Jabaal Sheard Fit in New Cleveland Browns Defense?

    The Cleveland Browns have made major changes on defense this offseason. The Browns defense transitioned to a 3-4 after Ray Horton was hired as defensive coordinator. Paul Kruger and Desmond Bryant were signed to shore up the front seven...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 1 year ago 7,461 reads 47 comments

  7. Why Brandon Weeden Can Be the Answer for the Cleveland Browns

    The Cleveland Browns have undergone a radical change of late. They have a new owner, a new coaching staff, a new defensive scheme and new players at many positions. Unlike most regime changes, the quarterback position will remain the same...

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  8. NFL Players Who Finally Have a Chance to Shine in 2013

    The National Football League has always been one that asks the question, "What have you done for me lately?" Players can be rotated and ousted if they struggle, and conversely, players can sometimes get a great opportunity...

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  9. Why 2013 Is the Perfect Year to Lighten the Load on Arian Foster in Houston

    The Houston Texans have evolved into an offensive powerhouse in recent years, and with the addition of DeAndre Hopkins to finally give them a No. 2 wide receiver, they should be even better...

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  10. Does Joe Webb Have a Shot at Becoming a Legitimate NFL Wide Receiver?

    The Minnesota Vikings have their offense pretty much established heading into the 2013 season, even for backups...

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  11. Predicting San Francisco 49ers' Wide Receiver Depth Chart After Crabtree Injury

    The San Francisco 49ers are quite happy that they acquired Anquan Boldin from the Baltimore Ravens , which gave them a great one-two punch with their starting receivers. Unfortunately, they are now back to where they were before...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 1 year ago 1,257 reads 56 comments

  12. Why Mel Kiper Is Wrong About De'Anthony Thomas as the 2014 Draft's Best RB

    The Oregon Ducks have been one of college football's most exciting teams to watch. Their high-octane offense leads to big numbers and seemingly interchangeable star running backs...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 1 year ago 15,350 reads 26 comments

  13. Is 2013 a Do-or-Die Season for Josh Freeman?

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers improved on a 4-11 season in 2011 to go 7-9 in 2012. With the emergence of Doug Martin as a star running back and the acquisition of Darrelle Revis, it's safe to say that the Buccaneers have a deep playoff run in mind...

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  14. Re-Grading the 2010 NFL Draft

    With the 2013 NFL draft officially over, many articles are popping up grading the selections the teams made on draft day...

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  15. Initial Post-Draft Depth Chart for the Houston Texans

    The 2013 NFL draft is officially over, and all 32 teams have, hopefully, improved themselves going forward. The Houston Texans finally got the number two wideout they sorely needed, and filled holes elsewhere in the depth chart as well...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 1 year ago 5,044 reads 31 comments

  16. Houston Texans' Post-Draft Wish List

    The Houston Texans spent the 2013 NFL draft filling holes both in their starting 22 and in their depth chart. While they mostly accomplished that, there are areas that could still be improved through free agency...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 1 year ago 167 reads 3 comments

  17. Ryan Griffin to Texans: How Does TE Fit with Houston?

    With the Texans ' last pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, I had them selecting Ryan Griffin, the quarterback out of Tulane, since he could have battled with Yates for the backup spot and perhaps become a nice backup...

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  18. Chris Jones to Texans: How Does DT Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans are not a team that drafts a position like nose tackle until rather late. They prefer a more athletic tackle rather than a big one who just takes up space...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 1 year ago 1,472 reads 1 comments

  19. Alan Bonner to Texans: How Does WR Fit with Houston?

    In the first round, the Houston Texans solved their wide receiver need by drafting DeAndre Hopkins, a perfect complement to Andre Johnson. In the sixth round, the Texans grabbed a second wide receiver...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 1 year ago 2,395 reads 1 comments

  20. David Quessenberry to Texans: How Does OT Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans have two great offensive linemen in Chris Myers and Duane Brown. Right tackle now has a battle in Brennan Williams and Derek Newton, but the depth elsewhere is questionable...

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  21. Trevardo Williams to Texans: How Does DE Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans are clearly looking to address their linebacking need by experimenting a bit with their picks when it comes to stopping the run and falling into coverage...

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  22. Texans 2013 Mock Draft: Predictions for Day 3

    After two days of the draft, the Houston Texans addressed most of their needs. They added depth to the offensive line, front seven and the safety position, and got their No. 2 wide receiver...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 1 year ago 1,061 reads 7 comments

  23. Sam Montgomery to Texans: How Does DE Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans did very well with their first few picks. They needed a wide receiver, offensive line depth, and a safety, and addressed all of those with the first three picks...

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  24. Brennan Williams to Texans: How Does Offensive Tackle Fit with Houston?

    The Houston Texans came into Day 2 needing, among other positions, an offensive tackle to compete with Derek Newton for the starting right tackle job. They did end up getting a tackle in North Carolina 's Brennan Williams...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 1 year ago 1,332 reads 7 comments

  25. D.J. Swearinger to Texans: How Does Safety Fit with Houston?

    After having one of the best first-round picks with the selection of DeAndre Hopkins, there were high hopes for the Texans ' second-round pick, and when Arthur Brown fell through the second round, it looked like a perfect match...

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