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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Paul Rice Interview



By Red Zone Insider

I think you will find this interview interesting. I think you will enjoy his thoughts.

Paul is 5-10, 190

 For people who do not know your story, how did you end up choosing Murray State?

 I chose Murray state Because how loyal they were to me in the recruiting process

Since you are from a smaller school, How do you plan on making yourself stand out?

Running a great 40 time

What separates you from the other players at your position?

Route Running, Speed & Agility.

What was your favorite play/moment at Murray State?

Scoring to tie the game vs Eku.
 Coming out of high school, what programs showed interest in you?

UT Martin, Ball State, Siuc, central Arkansas, wku,
 
What areas of your game are you trying to improve?

Route Running, Mental Aspect
 What do you enjoy most about football?

The grind

What is the most important trait for a Wide Receiver?

 Route Running

Finish the sentence, Paul Rice  is?

a very discipline & outstanding player.

What makes you an unique individual?

Mindset, Demeanor
 
Which underclassman on your team should people keep an eye on?

KD Humphries

Using one word how would you describe your style of play?

Smooth 

We would like to thank Paul for doing this interview
 
           

Cortezz Nixon Interview


By Red Zone Insider

I hope you will enjoy this interview. I think you will it thought provoking.

Cortezz is 5-10, 180, with a 40-time of 4.49


For people who do not know your story, how did you end up choosing Charlotte?

    I actually started my college career at Lenoir Rhyne because UNC Charlotte didn’t have a team yet. So I went there and redshirted my freshmen year. After spending a year there I transferred to UNC-Charlotte.  My first year here we just practiced for a full year before we started actually playing games.

Since you are from a smaller school, How do you plan on making yourself stand out?

Just by my performance, I’m going to let my work I do on the field speak for me.

What separates you from the other players at your position?

    Some DB’s don’t want to come up and tackle, and I think that’s what separates me because I don’t mind at all coming up and getting physical.

Is their a specific NFL player that you try to model your game after?

   Joe Haden, just because we are pretty much the same size and the swagger that he has and plays with is what I try to resemble my game after.

Who is the toughtest player you'ved ever faced in your career?

Matt Hazel a WR for the Miami Dolphins

How do you prepare for game day, and do you have any game day rituals?
On game days I like to just stay to myself and listen to music. I feel like that is the best way to keep my loose and focused at the same time.

What was your favorite play/moment at Charlotte?

My favorite moment or play at UNC-Charlotte was actually being on the field on the first ever play in school history. It was just a atmosphere that can never be replayed.

What would you say are your strengths and weaknesses?

My strength would be my I.Q of the game, and I would say my weakness is catching sometime. Out of 10 passes I’ll probably catch 7, but I know I need to get that to at least 9 out of 10.

Coming out of high school, what programs showed interest in you?

I wasn’t the biggest guy coming out of high school the only major FBS program was Duke and that wasn’t anything major, just a letter here and there. I had a lot of D2 programs showing interest. Some was D2 powerhouses such as Lenoir Rhyne and Carson Newman. I pretty much had interest from every D2 SAC school coming out of high school.

What areas of your game are you trying to improve?

Ball skills

What do you enjoy most about football?
 
The fact that it’s the ultimate team sport and the bond you develop with your teammates is something that can’t be found anywhere else. Also it’s the most physical sport in the world to.

What is the most important trait for a Wide Receiver?

The most important trait is for a WR is catching the ball, if you ask me.

Finish the sentence, Cortezz Nixon is?

Cortezz Nixon is a hard working, passionate player who is trying to turn his childhood dream into a career.

What makes you an unique individual?

The thing that makes me unique is that I can adapt to pretty much any situation.

Which underclassman on your team should people keep an eye on?

On offense Kalif Phillips, he a power back with speed, and on defense Daquan Lucas, he is a OLB but can play in the secondary at the next and he bring a lot of speed and physicality.

Do you think playing for a small school helps or hurts you as you try to climb the charts among the top Receivers in the nation?

I actually play CB, but being from a CUSA school hurts some because we don’t get as much exposure as the power 5 schools. 

We Would like to thank Cortezz for doing this interview.

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Mock Draft Round 2

By Barb Layton

Browns: Kevin Dodd, DE Clemson
Titans: Andrew Billings, DT Baylor
Cowboys: Jalen Mills, S LSU
Chargers: Jarran Reed, DT Alabama
Ravens: Corey Coleman, WR Baylor
49ers: Carson Wentz, QB North Dakota State
Dolphins: Leonard Floyd, OLB Georgia
Jaguars: Darron Lee, OLB Ohio State
Giants: Jaeremy Cash, S Duke
Bears: Vonn Bell, S Ohio State
Buccaneers: John Theus, OT Georgia
Rams: Gunner Kiel, QB Cincinnati
Raiders: Austin Johnson, DT Penn State
Rams: Kendall Fuller, CB Virginia Tech
Lions: Scooby Wright, OLB Arizona
Saints: Will Redmond, CB Mississippi State
Colts: Anthony Zettel, DE Penn State
Bills: Cody Whitehair, G Kansas State
Jets: Landon Turner, G North Carolina
Texans: Darian Thompson, S Boise State
Redskins: Nick Martin, G Notre Dame
Vikings: Shon Coleman, OT Auburn
Bengals: Keanu Neal, S Florida
Seahawks: Le'Raven Clark, DT Texas Tech
Packers: Tyler Johnstone, OT Oregon
Steelers: Jayron Kearse, S Clemson
Chiefs: Beniquez Brown, ILB Mississippi State
Patriots: Sheldon Day, DT Notre Dame
Cardinals: Dan Voltz, C Wisconsin
Broncos: Derrick Henry, RB Alabama
Panthers: Tyler Marz, DT Wisconsin

Friday, January 29, 2016

Mock Draft Round 1

By Barb Layton

Titans: Laremy Tunsil, OT Ole Miss
Browns: Jared Goff, QB California
Chargers: Joey Bosa, DE Ohio State
Cowboys: Robert Nkemdiche, DT Ole Miss
Jaguars: Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida
Ravens: Ronnie Stanley, OT Notre Dame
49ers: Jalen Ramsey, CB Florida State
Dolphins: Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson
Buccaneers: DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon
Giants: Eli Apple, CB Ohio State
Bears: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma State
Saints: Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State
Eagles: Myles Jack, OLB UCLA
Raiders: Shilique Calhoun, DE Michigan State
Rams: Lequon Treadwell, WR Ole Miss
Lions: Adolphus Washington, DT Ohio State
Falcons: Shaq Lawson, DE Clemson
Colts: Reggie Ragland, ILB Alabama
Bills: Germain Ifedi, OT Texas A&M
Jets: Jaylon Smith, OLB Notre Dame
Redskins: Tyler Boyd, WR Pittsburgh
Texans: Connor Cook, QB Michigan State
Vikings: A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama
Bengals: Jonathan Bullard, DE Florida
Steelers: Kenny Clark, DT UCLA
Seahawks: Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State
Packers: Sheldon Rankins, DT Louisville
Chiefs: Jason Spriggs, OT Indiana
Cardinals: Paxton Lynch, QB Memphis
Broncos: Jack Conklin, DT Michigan State
Panthers: Vadal Alexander, G LSU

Mock Draft Round 1

By Red Zone Insider

Titans: Laremy Tunsil, OT Ole Miss
Browns: Joey Bosa, DE Ohio State
Chargers: Ronnie Stanley, OT Notre Dame
Cowboys: Kenny Clark, DT UCLA
Jaguars: Jalen Ramsey, CB Florida State
Ravens: Myles Jack, OLB UCLA
49ers: Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida
Dolphins: Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State
Buccaneers: DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon
Giants: Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson
Bears: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma
Saints: Jared Goff, QB California
Eagles: Su'a Cravens, OLB USC
Raiders: Shilique Calhoun, DE Michigan State
Rams: Paxton Lynch, QB Memphis
Lions: Robert Nkemdiche, DT Ole Miss
Falcons: Germain Ifedi, OT Texas A&M
Colts: Jonathan Bullard, DE Florida
Bills: John Theus, OT Georgia
Jets: Darron Lee, LB Ohio State
Redskins: Laquon Treadwell, WR Ole Miss
Texans: Carson Wentz, QB North Dakota State
Vikings: A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama
Bengals: Michael Thomas, WR Ohio State
Steelers: Adolphus Washington, DT Ohio State
Seahawks: Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State
Packers: Reggie Ragland, ILB Alabama
Chiefs: Jason Spriggs, OT Indiana
Cardinals: Eli Apple, CB Ohio State
Broncos: Jack Conklin, DT Michigan State
Panthers: Shon Coleman, OT Auburn

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Raiders Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma State

Round 2

Andrew Billings, DT Baylor

Round 3

Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

Round 4

Alex Collins, RB Arkansas

Round 5

Caleb Benenoch, OT UCLA

Kamalei Correa, OLB Boise State

Round 6

Kenny Iloka, S TCU

Round 7

Jack Allen, C Michigan State

Chiefs Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Jason Spriggs, OT Indiana

Round 2

Christian Hackenberg, QB Penn State

Round 3

Max Tuerk, C USC

Round 4

Nick Kwiatkowski, ILB West Virginia

Round 5

Tre Madden, RB USC

Tyvis Powell, S Ohio State

Round 6

D.J. Foster, WR Arizona State

Round 7

Bryce Williams, TE East Carolina

Chargers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon

Round 2

Sheldon Day, DT Notre Dame

Round 3

Tyler Boyd, WR Pittsburgh

Round 4

Scooby Wright, OLB Arizona

Round 6

Marquise Williams, QB North Carolina

Jared Norris, ILB Utah

Round 7
Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OT TCU

Broncos Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Vadal Alexander, G LSU

Round 2

Hunter Henry, TE Arkansas

Round 3

Devontae Booker, RB Utah

Round 5

Yannick Ngakoue, OLB Maryland

Round 7

Cody Kessler, QB USC

Ryker Mathews, OT BYU

49ers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson

Round 2

Tyler Johnstone, OT  Oregon

Round 3

Gunner Kiel, QB Cincinnati

Round 4

Nick Vannett, TE Ohio State

Round 5

De"Runnya Wilson, WR Mississippi State

Briean Boddy-Calhoun, CB Minnwaor

Round 6

Curt Maggitt, OLB Tennessee

Aaron Burbridge, WR Michigan State

Round 7

Cassanova McKinzy, ILB Auburn

Cardinals Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Paxton Lynch, QB Memphis

Round 2

Joshua Garnett, G Stanford

Round 3

Maurice Canady, CB Virginia

Round 4

Isaac Seumalo, C Oregon State

Round 5

Willie Henry, DT Michigan

Round 6

Antonio Morrison, ILB Florida

Seahawks Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State

Round 2

Shon Coleman, OT Auburn

Round 3

Vernon Butler, DT Louisiana Tech

Round 4

James Cowser, DE Southern Utah

Round 7

William Jackson, CB Houston

Cyrus Jones, CB Alabama

Rams Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Connor Cook, QB Michigan State

Round 2

Michael Thomas, WR Ohio State

Keanu Neal, S Florida

Round 3

Kyler Frackrell, OLB Utah State

Round 4

Blake Martinez, ILB Stanford

Round 6

James Bradberry, CB Samford

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Titians Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Ronnie Stanley, OR Notre Dame

Round 2

Shilique Calhoun, DE Michigan State

Round 3

Shawn Oakman, DE Baylor

Round 4

Devontae Booker, RB Utah

Round 5

De'Runnya Wilson, WR Mississippi State

Round 6

Glenn Gronkowki, FB Kansas State

D.J. Reader, DT Clemson

Round 7

William Jackson, CB Houston

Texans Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Jared Goff, QB California

Round 2

Jalen Smith, OLB Notre Dame

Round 3

Joshua Garnett, G Stanford

Round 4

Pharoh Cooper, WR South Carolina

Round 5

Isaac Seumalo, C Oregon State

Eddie Vanerdoes, DT UCLA

Round 6

Josh Ferguson, RB Illinois

Jaguars Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Jalen Ramsey, CB Florida State

Round 2

Scooby Wright, OLB Arizona

Round 3

Denver Kirkland, OT Arkansas

Round 4

Aaron Green, RB TCU

Round 5

Trent William, S Colorado State

Round 6

Bronson Kaufusi, DE BYU

Devon Cajuste, WR Stanford

Round 7

Wendell Smallwood, RB West Virginia

Colts Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Reggie Ragland, ILB Alabama

Round 2

Darian Thompson, S Boise State

Round 3

Eric Striker, OLB Oklahoma

Round 4

Caleb Benoch, OT UCLA

Round 5

Willie Henry, DT Michigan

Round 7

Wayne Lyons, CB Michigan

Falcons Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Reggie Ragland, ILB Alabama

Round 2

Sheldon Rankins, DT Louisville

Round 3

Hunter Henry, TE Arkansas

Round 4

Kevon Seymour, CB USC

Round 7

Leon Allen, RB Western Kentucky

Panthers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Cody Whitehair, G Kansas State

Round 2

Le'Raven Clark, OT Texas Tech

Round 3

Rashard Higgins, WR Colorado State

Round 4

Max Redfield, S Notre Dame

Round 5

Kyle Carter, TE Penn State

Round 7 Harlan Miller, CB Southeastern Louisiana

Saints Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State

Round 2

Gunner Kiel, QB Cincinnati

Round 3

Karl Joseph, S West Virginia

Round 4

Alex Redmond, G UCLA

Round 5

D. J.White, CB Georgia Tech

Round 7

Victor Ochi, OLB Stony Brook

Buccaneers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Myles Jack, OLB UCLA

Round 2

Shon Coleman, OT Auburn

Round 3

Shawn Oakman, DE Baylor

Round 4

Christian Westerman, G Colorado State

Round 5

Elijah Shumate, S Notre Dame

Round 6

Nile Lawrence-Stample, DT Florida State

Aaron Burbridge, WR Michigan State

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Dolphins Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon

Round 2

John Theus, OT Georgia

Round 3

Eric Striker, OLB Oklahoma

Round 4

Kevon Seymour, CB USC

Round 5

Yannick Ngakoue, OLB Maryland

Round 6

Thomas Duarte, WR UCLA

Round 7

Antonio Morrison, ILB Florida

Ryan Malleck, TE Virginia Tech

Bills Mock Draft

By barb Layton

Round 1

Robert Nkemdiche, DT Ole Miss

Round 2

Tyler Johnstone, OT Oregon

Round 3

Pharoh Cooper, WR South Carolina

Round 4

Kyler Fackrell, OLB Utah State

Round 5

Rees Odhiambo, G Boise State

Round 6

Xavien Howard, CB Baylor

Patriots Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 2

Jarran Reed, DT Alabama

Round 3

Rashard Higgins, WR Colorado State

Round 4

Fabian Moreau, CB UCLA

Round 6

D.J. Foster, WR Arizona State

Round 7

Ryker Mathews, OT BYU

Jets Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Leonard Floyd, OLB Georgia

Round 2

Cody Whitehair, G Kansas State

Round 3

Dominique Alexander, ILB Oklahoma

Round 4

James Cowser, DE Southern Utah

Round 5

Montravius Adams, DT Auburn

Round 7

Leon Allen, RB Western Kentucky

Eagles Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Darron Lee, OLB Ohio State

Round 3

Keanu Neal, S Florida

Gunner Kiel, QB Cincinnati

Round 4

Chris Jones, DT Mississippi State

Round 5

Nelson Spruce, WR Colorado

Williams Jenkins, CB Houston

Round 6

Joe Dahl, OT Washington State

Round 7

Mekale McKay, WR Cincinnati

Vi Teofilo, G Arizona State

Cowboys Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida

Round 2

Andrew Billings, DT Baylor

Round 3

Devontae Booker, RB Utah

Round 4

Joshua Perry, OLB Ohio State

Round 6

Braylon Addison, WR Oregon

Redskins Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Josh Doctson, WR TCU

Round 2

Nick Martin, C Notre Dame

Round 3

Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

Round 4

Deon Bush, S Miami (Fla.)

Round 5

Roberto Aguayo, K Florida State

Round 6

Josh Ferguson, RB Illinois

Round 7

Luke Rhodes, ILB William & Mary

Cyrus Jones, CB Alabama

Giants Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson

Round 2

Vonn Bell, S Ohio State

Round 3

Michael Thomas, WR Ohio State

Round 4

Austin Hooper, TE Stanford

Round 5

Brandon Doughty, QB Western Kentucky

Round 6

Jake McGee, TE Florida

Monday, January 25, 2016

Steelers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson

Round 2

Andrew Billings, DT Baylor

Round 3

Eric Striker, OLB Oklahoma

Round 4

Braxton Miller, WR Ohio State

Round 7

Jatavis Brown, OLB Akron

Tyler Higbee, TE Western Kentucky

Bengals Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Michael Thomas, WR Ohio State

Round 2

Shawn Oakman, DE Baylor

Round 3

Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

Round 4

Vernon Butler, DT Louisiana Tech

Round 5

Tyvis Powell, S Ohio State

Round 6

Curt Maggitt, OLB Tennessee

Round 7

Cyrus Jones, CB Alabama

Browns Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Joey Bosa, DE Ohio State

Round 2

Carson Wentz, QB North Dakota State

Round 3

Rashard Higgins, WR Colorado State

Round 4

Tyler Matakevich, OLB Temple

Round 5

De'Runnya Wilson, WR Mississippi State

Round 6

Thomas Duarte, WR UCLA

Round 7

Byron Marshall, WR Oregon

Ravens Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State

Round 2

Keivarae Russell, CB Notre Dame

Round 3

Sheldon Day, DT Notre Dame

Round 4

Rees Odhiambo, G Boise State

Joe Haeg, OT North Dakota State

Round 6

Aaron Burbridge, WR Michigan State

Vikings Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Jarran Reed, DT Alabama

Round 2

Tyler Marz, OT Wisconsin

Round 3

Landon Turner, G North Carolina

Round 4

Max Redfield, S Notre Dame

Round 5

D.J. Foster, WR Arizona State

Round 6

Josh Ferguson, RB Illinois

Round 7

Jack Allen, C Michigan State

Luke Rhodes, ILB William & Mary

Packers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Adolphus Washington, DT Ohio State

Round 2

Denver Kirkland, OT Arkansas

Round 3

Alex Collins, RB Arkansas

Round 4

Nick Vigil, ILB Utah State

Round 5

Tyvis Powell, S Ohio State

Round 6

Eric Murray, CB Minnesota

Round 7

D'Haquille Williams, WR Auburn

Lions Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama

Round 2

Su'a Cravens, OLB USC

Round 4

DeRunnya Wilson, WR Mississippi State

Round 5

Deon Bush, S Miami (Fla.)

Ryan Kelly, C Alabama

Round 6

William Jackson, 111, CB Houston

Kenneth Dixon, RB Louisville

Round 7

Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OT TCU

Bears Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon

Round 2

Jeremy Cash, S Duke

Round 3

Kentrell Brothers, ILB Missouri

Round 4

Josh Dobbs, QB Tennessee

Round 5

Jordan Williams, WR Ball State

Round 6

Leonte Carroo, WR Rutgers

Joe Schobert, OLB Wisconsin

Cayleb Jones, WR Arizona

Round 7

Wayne Lyons, CB Michigan

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Players To Watch In The Cardinals @ Panthers Game

By Barb Layton

Cardinals

58 Jason Babin, OLB
 3  Carson Palmer, QB
91 Ed Stinson,DT
12 John Brown, WR
11 Larry Fitzgerald, WR
59 Alani Fua, ILB
44 Markus Golden, OLB
31 David Johnson, RB
38 Andre Ellington, RB
20 Deone Bucannon, S

Panthers

 1 Cam Newton, QB
17 Devin Funchess, WR
24 Josh Norman, CB
28 Jonathan Stewart, RB
59 Luke Kuechly, LB
73 Michael Oher, T
82 Jerricho Cotchery, WR
55 David Mayo, LB
22 Lou Young, CB
20 Kurt Coleman, S

Players To Watch In The Patriots @ Broncos Game

By Barb Layton

Patriots

12 Tom Brady, QB
23 Patrick Chung, S
88 Scott Chandler, TE
11 Julien Edelman WR
14 Chris Harper, WR
39 Steven Jackson, RB
35 Brandon King, DB
32 Devin McCourty, DB
93 Jabaal Sheard, DJ
58 Joe Bostic, LB

Broncos

22 C. J. Anderson, RB
81 Owen Daniels, TE
37 Lorenzo Doss, CB
25 Chris Harris, CB
97 Malik Jackson, DE
11 Jordan Norwood, WR
95  Derek Wolfe, DE
23 Ronnie Hillman, RB
18 Peyton Manning, QB
10 Emmanuel Sanders, WR

Injury Report For The Cardinals And Panthers

By Barb Layton

Cardinals

Justin Bethel Probable
John Brown Probable
Markus Golden Probable
David Johnson Probable
Josh Mauro Probable
Carson Palmer Probable
Frostee Rucker Probable

Panthers

Jared Allen Out
Dwan Edwards Probable
Charles Johnson Probable
Jonathan Stewart Probable
Fozzy Whittaker Probable

Injury Report For The Patriots And Broncos

By Barb Layton

Patriots

Tre' Jackson Out
LaAdrian Waddle Out
Danny Amendola Questionable
Scott Chandler Questionable
Jamie Collins Questionable
Nate Ebner Questionable
Julien Edelman Questionable
Darius Fleming Questionable
Jonathan Freeny Questionable
Rob Gronkowski Questionable
Donte Hightower Questionable
Chandler Jones Questionable
Rob Ninkovich Questionable
Matthew Slater Questionable
Bryan Stork Questionable
Sebastian Vollmer Questionable
Tom Brady Probable
Patrick Chung Probable
Josh Kline Probable
Brandon LaFell Probable
Devin McCourty Probable

Broncos

Josh Bush Probable
Owen Daniels Probable
Todd Davis Probable
Max Garcia Probable
Chris Harris Probable
Peyton Manning Probable
Brandon Marshall Probable
Brock Osweiler Probable
Darian Steward Probable
T.J. Ward Probable
Demarcus Ware Probable
Bradley Roby Probable

Seahawks Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Kendall Fuller, CB Virginia Tech

Round 2

Tyler Marz, OT Wisconsin

Round 3

Jordan Howard, RB Indiana

Round 4

Luther Maddy, DT Virginia Tech

Round 7

Steve Longa, OLB Rutgers

Jonathan jones, CB Auburn

Rams Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Paxton Lynch, QB Memphis

Round 2

Corey Coleman, WR Baylor

Will Redmond, CB Mississippi State

Round 3

Dadi Nicolas, OLB Virginia Tech

Round 4

Blake Martinez, ILB Stanford

Round 6

Kenny Iloka, S TCU

Cardinals Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Jared Goff, QB California

Round 2

Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

Round 3

Landon Turner, G North Carolina

Round 4

Isaac Seumalo, C Oregon State

Round 5

Nile Lawrence-Stample, OT Florida State

Round 6

Wendell Smallwood, RB West Virginia

49ers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida

Round 2

Carson Wentz, QB North Dakota State

Round 3

Scooby Wright, OLB Arizona

Round 4

Dominique Alexander, ILB Oklahoma

Round 5

Pharoh Cooper, WR South Carolina

Vernon Butler, DT Louisiana Tech

Round 6

Thomas Duarte, WR UCLA

Joe Dahl, OT Washington State

Round 7

Jalin Marshall, WR Ohio State

Raiders Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson

Round 2

Kevin Dodd, DE Clemson

Round 3

Sheldon Day, DT Notre Dame

Round 4

C.J. Prosise, RB Notre Dame

Round 5

Kyler Frackrell, OLB Utah State

Tajae Sharpe, WR UMass

Round 6

Devon Cajuste, WR Stanford

Round 7

Dwayne Washington, RB Washington

Chiefs Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Germain Ifedi, OT Texas A&M

Round 2

Kentrell Brothers, ILB Missouri

Round 3
Deon Bush, S Miami (Fla.)

Round 4

Kenny Lawler, WR California

Round 5

Bronson Kaufusi, DE BYU

D.J/ Reader, DT Clemson

Round 6

Jake Allen, C Michigan State

Round 7

Vi Teofilo, G Arizona State

Chargers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Ronald Stanley, OT Notre Dame

Round 2

Shaq Lawson, DE Clemson

Round 3

Will Fuller. WR Notre Dame

Round 4

Maliek Collins, OT Nebraska

Round 6

D.J. Foster, WR Arozpma State

Cody Kessler, QB USC

Round 7

Joe Schobert, OLB Wisconsin

Broncos Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Jake Conklin, OT Michigan State

Round 2

Hunter Henry, TE Arkansas

Round 3

Scooby Wright, OLB Arizona

Round 5

Brandon Doughty, QB Western Kentucky

Round 7

Jordan Lomax, S Iowa

Connor McGovern, G Missouri

Raiders Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State

Round 2

Jarran Reed, DT Albama

Round 3

Kevon Seymour, CB USC

Round 4

Aaron Green, RB TCU

Round 5

Pharoh Cooper, WR South Carolina

Bronson Kaufusi, DE BYU

Round 6

Leon Allen, RB Western Kentucky

Round 7

Kevin Byard, S Middle Tennessee

Chiefs Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Germain Ifedi, G Texas A&M

Round 2

Beniquez Brown ILB Mississippi State

Round 3

Max Tuerk, C USC

Round 4

Brandon Doughty, QB Western Kentucky

Round 5

Tre Madden, RB USC

Round 6

D.J. Foster, WR Arizona State

Round 7

Tanner McEvoy, S Wisconsin

Chargers Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma State

Round 2

Andrew Billings, DT Baylor

Round 3

Rashard Higgins, WR Colorado State

Round 4

Jordan Jenkins, OLB Georgia

Round 6

Thomas Duarte, WR UCLA

Joe Dahl, OT Washington State

Round 7

Jacoby Brissett, QB NC State

Broncos Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Vadal Alexander, G LSU

Round 2

Jason Spriggs, OT Indiana

Round 3

Hunter Henry, TE Arkansas

Round 5

Kelvin Taylor, RB Florida

Round 7

Cody Kessler, QB USC

James Burgess, ILB Louisville

49ers Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida

Round 2

Tyler Johnstone, OT Oregon

Round 3

Christian Hackenberg, QB Penn State

Round 4

Blake Martinez, ILB Stanford

Round 5

Dadi Nicolas, OLB Virginia Tech

Roger Lewis, WR Bowling Green

Round 6

Jake McGee, TE Florida

William Jackson, CB Houston

Round 7

Jared Norris, ILB Utah

Rams Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Jared Goff, QB California

Round 2

Josh Doctson, WR TCU

Will Redmond, CB Mississippi State

Round 3

Deion Jones, OLB LSU

Round 4

Sebastian Tretola, G Arkansas

Round 6

Tyvis Powell, S Ohio State

Cardinals Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Kenneth Fuller, CB Virginia Tech

Round 2

Gunner Kiel, QB Cincinnati

Round 3

Alex Redmond, G UCLA

Round 4

Isaac Sevmalo, C Oregon State

Round 5

Kyle Carter, TE Penn State

Round 6

Wendell Smallwood, RB West Virginia

Seahawks Mock Drive

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State

Round 2

Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

Round 3

La' Raven Clark, OT Texas Tech

Round 4

Vernon Butler, DT Louisiana Tech

Round 7

Jalin Marshall, WR Ohio State

Jason Fanaika, DE Utah

Friday, January 22, 2016

Saints Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State

Round 2

Will Redmond, CB Mississippi State

Round 3

Christian Hackenberg, QB Penn State

Round 4

Deon Bush, S Miami (Fla.)

Round 5

C.J. Prosise, RB Notre Dame

Round 7

Vi Teofilo, G Arizona State

Panthers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Tyler Johnstone, OT Oregon

Round 2

Landon Turner, G North Carolina

Round 3

Rashard Higgins, WR Colorado State

Round 4

Trent Matthews, S Colorado State

Round 5

Kyle Carter, TE Penn State

Round 7

Cleveland Wallace, CB San Jose State

Falcons Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Germain Ifedi, OT Texas A&M

Round 2

Shilique Calhoun, DE Michigan State

Round 3

Jayron Kearse, S Clemson

Round 4

Greg Pyke, G Georgia

Round 7

Wayne Lyons, CB Michigan

Buccaneers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Myles Jack, OLB UCLA

Round 2

Anthony Zettel, DE Penn State

Round 3

Kyle Murphy, OT Stanford

Round 4

Vernon Butler, DT Louisiana Tech

Round 5

Robert Aguayo, K Florida State

Round 6

Braylon Addison, WR Oregon

Jake McGee, TE Florida

Titans Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Laremy Tunsil, OT Ole Miss

Round 2

Jonathan Bullard, DE Florida

Round 3

Alex Collins, RB Arkansas

Round 4

Briean Boddy-Calhoun, CB Minnesota

Round 5

Kenny Lawlor, WR California

Round 6

Bronson Kaufusi, DE Brigham Young

D.J. Reader, DT Clemson

Round 7

Travis Feeney, OLB Washington

Jaguars Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Vernon Hargreaves,111, CB Florida

Round 2

Shawn Oakman, DE Baylor

Round3

Scooby Wright, OLB Arizona

Round 4

T.J. Green, S Clemson

Round 5

Jordan Williams, WR Ball State

Round 6

Thomas Duarte, WR UCLA

Kenneth Dixon, RB Louisiana Tech

Round 7

Joe Schobert, OLB Wisconsin

Colts Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Shaq Lawson, DE Clemson

Round 2

Vonn Bell, S Ohio State

Round 3

Noah Spence, OLB Eastern Kentucky

Round 4

Nick Vigil, ILB Utah State

Round 5

Joshua Dobbs, QB Tennessee

Round 7

Leon Allen, RB Western Kentucky

Texans Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama

Round 2

Karl Joseph, S West Virginia

Round 3

Yannick Ngakoue, OLB Maryland

Round 4

Cardale Jones, QB Ohio State

Round 5

Cyrus Jones, CB Alabama

Kenyan Drake, RB Alabama

Round 6

Devon Cajuste, WR Stanford

Titans Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Ronald Stanley, OT Notre Dame

Round 2

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma State

Round 3

Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

Round 4

Paul Perkins, RB UCLA

Round 5

De'Runnya Wilson, WR Mississippi State

Round 6

Eddie Vanderdoes, DT UCLA

D.J. Reader, DT Clemson

Round 7

Byron Marshall, WR Oregon

Texans Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Jared Goff, QB California

Round 2

Devontae Booker, RB Utah

Round 3

Alex Redmond, G UCLA

Round 4

Eric Striker, OLB Oklahoma

Round 5

Kolby Listenbee, WR TCU

Tyvis Powell, S Ohio State

Round 6

Devon Cajuste, WR Stanford

Jaguars Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida

Round 2

Carl Nassib, DE Penn State

Round 3

Noah Spence. OLB Eastern Kentucky

Round 4

Jordan Howard, RB Indiana

Round 5

Vernon Butler, DT Louisiana Tech

Round 6

Thomas Duarte, WR UCLA

Jake McGee, TE Florida

Round 7

Avery Young, OT Auburn

Colts Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State

Round 2

Kentrell Brothers, ILB Missouri

Round 3

Anthony Zettel, DE Penn State

Round 4

Roger Lewis, WR Bowling Green

Round 5

Joe Haeg, OT North Dakota State

Round 7

D'Haquille "Duke" Williams, WR Auburn

Panthers Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Shon Coleman, OT Auburn

Round 2

Karl Joseph, S West Virginia

Round 3

Pharoh Cooper, WR South Carolina

Round 4

Sebastian Tretola, G Arkansas

Round 5

D.J. White, CB Georgia Tech

Round 7

Jerrell Adams, TE South Carolina

Buccaneers Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Myles Jack, OLB UCLA

Round 2

Jeremy Cash, S Duke

Round 3

Sheldon Day, DT Louisville

Round 4

Joshua Garnett, G Stanford

Round 5

Jordan Williams, WR Ball State

Round 6

Mikale McKay, WR Cincinnati

Matt Judon, DE Grand Valley State

Falcons Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma State

Round 2

Vonn Bell, S Ohio State

Round 3

Jerald Hawkins, OT LSU

Round 4

Joshua Garnett, G Stanford

Round 7

Byron Marshall, WR Oregon

Saints Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State

Round 2

Keivarae Russell, CB Notre Dame

Round 3

Cardale Jones, QB Ohio State

Round 4

Deon Bush, S Miami (Fla.)

Round 5

Rees Odhiambo, G Boise State

Round 7

William Stanback, RB UCF

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Patriots Reserve Future Players

By Red Zone Insider

 1. James Voughters, LB
 2. Kevin Snyder, LB
 3. DeAndre Carter, WR
 4. Rashann Melvin, CB
 5, Chris Baker, G
 6. Keavin Milton, OL
 7. Joey Iosefa, FB
 8. Brook Vereen, S

Steelers Players Having Offseason Surgery

By Red Zone Insider

The Steelers have six players having offseason surgery.

Mike Mitchell, S
Surgery: Left Shoulder, Recovery 4 months

Jordan Berry, P
Surgery: Right Shoulder, Recovery 4 months

Ryan Shazier, LB
Surgery: Knee, Recovery a few weeks

Matt Speath, TE
Surgery: Knee, Recovery a few weeks

David DeCastro, RG
Surgery: Ankle, Recovery a few weeks

Marcus Gilbert, RT
Surgery: Ankle, Recovery a few weeks

Top 20 Unrestricted Free Agents

By Red Zone Insider

1. Muhammad Wilkerson, DE Jets
2. Von Miller, OLB Broncos
3. Kirk Cousins, QB Redskins
4. Eric Berry, S Chiefs
5. Chris Ivory, RB Jets
6. Prince Amukamara, CB Giants
7. Ben Watson, TE Saints
8. Matt Forte, RB Bears
9.  Russell Okung, LT Seahawks
10. Eric Weddle, S Chagers
11. Janoris Jenkins, CB Rams
12. Olivier Vernon, DE Dolphins
13. Malik Jackson, DE Broncos
14. Mike Neal, OLB Packers
15. Jerrell Freeman, ILB Colts
16. Mike Tolbert, RB Panthers
17. Nigel Bradham, OLB Bills
18. Haloti Ngata, DT Lions
19. Ryan Wendell, C Patriots
20. Terrance Knighton, NT Redskins

Top 15 Restricted Free Agents

By Red Zone Insider

1. Brandon Marshall, LB Broncos
2. Paul Worrilow, LB Falcons
3. C.J. Anderson, RB Broncos
4. Michael Wilhoite, LB 49ers
5. Kamar Akin, WR Ravens
6. Danny Lansanah, LB Buccaneers
7. Ronald Leary, G Cowboys
8. Duke Inenacho, S Redskins
9. A.J. Bouye, CB Texans
10. Jaron Brown, WR Cardinals
11. Tony Jefferson, S Cardinals
12. Bacarri Rambo, S Bills
13. D.J. Swearinger, S Cardinals
14. Josh Hill, TE Saints
15. Josh Gordan, WR Browns

Redskins Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Corey Coleman, WR Baylor

Round 2

Jayron Kearse, S Clemson

Round 3

Kevon Seymour, CB Southern California

Round 4

Ryan Kelly, C Alabama

Round 5

Rees Odhiambo, G Boise State

Round 6

Jared Norris, ILB Utah

Round 7

Dwayne Washington, RB Washington

D'Haquille Williams, WR Auburn

Giants Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Mackenzie Alexander, CB Clemson

Round 2

Hunter Henry, TE Arkansas

Round 3

T.J. Green, S Clemson

Round 4

Pharoh Cooper, WR South Carolina

Round 5

Ronald Blair, DE Appalachian State

Round 6

Victor Ochi, OLB/DE Stony Brook

Eagles Mock Draft

By barb Layton

Round 1

Darron Lee, OLB Ohio State

Round 3

Gunner Kiel, QB Cincinnati

Luther Maddy, DT Virginia Tech

Round 4

Deon Bush, S Miami (Fla.)

Round 5

Braxton Miller, WR Ohio State

Joshua Dobbs, QB Tennessee

Round 6

James Bradberry, CB Samford

Round 7

Mekale McKay, WR Cincinnati

Vi Teofilo, G Arizona State

Cowboys Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Adolphus Washington, DT Ohio State

Round 2

Devontae Booker, RB Utah

Round 3

Karl Joseph, S West Virginia

Round 4

Maurice Canady, CB Virginia

Round 6

D.J. Foster, WR Arizona State

Patriots Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 2

Daryl Worley, RB West Virginia

Round 3

Will Fuller, WR Notre Dame

Round 4

Adam Gotsis, DT Georgia Tech

Round 6

Halapauliuaati Vaitai, OT TCU

Round 7

Doug Middleton, S Appalachian State

Jonathan Jones, CB Auburn

Jets Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Leonard Floyd, OLB Georgia

Round 2
Vadal Alexander, G LSU

Round 3

Dominique Alexander, ILB Oklahoma

Round 4

James Cowser, DE Southern Utah

Round 5

Roberto Aguayo, K Florida State

Round 7

William Stanback, RB UCF


Dolphins Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida

Round 2

Anthony Zettel, DE Penn State

Round 3

Jerald Hawkins, OT LSU

Round 4

Jordan Jenkins, OLB Georgia

Round 5

Montravius Adams, DT Auburn

Round 6

Devon Cajuste, WR Stanford

Round 7

Cassanova McKinzy, ILB Auburn

Jordan Lomax, S Iowa

Bills Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Shaq Lawson, DE Clemson

Round 2

Jarran Reed, DT Alabama

Round 3

Scooby Wright, OLB Arizona

Round 4

Joe Haeg, OT North Dakota State

Round 5

Taveze Calhoun, DB Mississippi State

Round 6 Aaron Burbridge, WR Michigan State

Redskins Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Corey Coleman, WR Baylor

Round 2

Spencer Drango, G Baylor

Round 3

Carl Joseph, S West Virginia

Round 4

Maurice Canady, CB Virginia

Round 5

Ryan Kelly, C Alabama

Round 6

Josh Frost, ILB Kentucky

Round 7

Storm Woods, RB Oregon State

Ronald Blair, DE Appalachian State

Giants Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson

Round 2

Jeremy Cash, S Duke

Round 3

Michael Thomas, WR Ohio State

Round 4

Austin Hooper, TE Stanford

Round 5

Luther Maddy, DT Virginia Tech

Round 6

Bronson Kaufusi, DE BYU

Eagles Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama

Round 3

Christian Hachenberg, QB Penn State

Deon Bush, S Miami (Fla.)

Round 4

Eric Striker, OLB Oklahoma

Round 5

Avery Young, OT Auburn

Brice Williams, TE East Carolina

Round 6

Wayne Lyons, CB Michigan

Round 7

Jordan Payton, WR UCLA

Victor Ochi, OLB Stony Brook

Cowboys Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Robert Nkemdiche, DT Ole Miss

Round 2

Derrick Henry, RB Alabama

Round 3

Scooby Wright, OLB Arizona

Round 4

Cameron Sutton, CB Tennessee

Round 6

Wendell Smallwood, RB West Virginia

Workout Report

By Red Zone Insider

Browns

Kyle Brindza, K

Cowboys

Lamar Holmes,OT
Mycal Swaim, DB
Mitchell White

Seahawks

Julian Vanderveldle, OL
Curtis Grant, LB
Ian Joseph, LB
Zach Thompson, DL

Vikings

Isaiah Pead, RB Visit

Bills Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Jack Conklin, OT Michigan State

Round 2

Anthony Zittel, DE Penn State

Round 3

Dominique Alexander, ILB Oklahoma

Round 4

Maliek Collins, DT Nebraska

Round 5

Kolby Listenbee, WR TCU

Round 6

Joe Schobert, OLB  Wisconsin

Dolphins Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon

Round 2

Darron Lee, OLB Ohio State

Round 3

Zach Sanchez, CB Oklahoma

Round 4

Brandon Shall, OT South Carolina

Round 5

Jordan Williams, WR Ball State

Round 6

Glenn Gronkowski, FB Kansas State

Round 7

Luke Rhodes, ILB William & Marry

Jordan Lomax, S Iowa

Jets Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Jaylon Smith, OLB Notre Dame

Round 2

Landon Turner, G North Carolina

Round 3

Dak Prescott, QB Mississippi State

Round 4

Paul Perkins, RB UCLA

Round 5

Nelson Spruce, WR Colorado

Round 6

James Burgess, ILB Louisville

Patriots Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 2

Austin Johnson, DT Penn State

Round 3

Rashard Higgins, WR Colorado State

Round 4

Lloyd Carrington, CB Arizona State

Round 6

Halapaulivaati Vaitai, OT TCU

Round 7

Miles Killbrew, S Southern Utah

Steve Longa, OLB Rutgers

Janawski Davis Interview

 
 
By Barb Layton
 
 
I think you will be find this interview to be a good read. He is a responsible person who wants to take football to a whole new level and be a leader at the same time.



Janawski is 5-7 170

For people who do not know your story, how did you end up choosing Murray State?

I had limited offers and Murray state had offered me at a UK camp. I took a visit and loved the campus, so I made my commitment

Since you are from a smaller school, How do you plan on making yourself stand out?

I plan on making myself standout in speed and ability. I want to play all Special Teams and be very dominant.

What separates you from the other players at your position?

Something that separates me from other players are my quickness, routes, and the ability to get in and out of routes.

How do you prepare for game day, and do you have any game day rituals?

My ritual on Gameday is pretty generic, music playing through my headphones.

What was your favorite play/moment at Murray State?

My favorite moment at Murray State was after the Louisville game, where I racked up 100 yards and 2 touchdowns with just 5 catches.

What would you say are your strengths and weaknesses?

My strength is good releases in press or man to man defense

Coming out of high school, what programs showed interest in you?

Coming out of high school, Jacksonville state, the Navy, and Tennessee Tech showed interests, but only one offered.
 
What areas of your game are you trying to improve?

One area I want to improve in is Scoring the long ball or TD's for 80 plus yards.

What was your childhood like?

My child hood was fortunate. I did not have the latest wear or Jordans, but I did possess a great family with wonderful parents.

What do you enjoy most about football?

Football has its own life, when playing ball, all other troubles or problems does not matter anymore.

What is the most important trait for a Wide Receiver?

Football is a break from the real world. The most important trait for a WR is detailed routes.

Finish the sentence, Janawski Davis  is?

Janawski Davis is a strong minded young man who will not be denied.
 
Which underclassman on your team should people keep an eye on?

The underclassman on my team people should keep their eye on is Marquez Sanford. He's a smaller guy, plays corner but he is very skilled at what he does.
 
We would like to thank Janawski for doing this interview.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Juquelle Thompson Interview


By Red Zone Insider

I hope you will enjoy reading the interview. He is a very unique individual who really knows what is important in life.

Juquelle is 6-0 175 with a 40 time of 4.40


 For people who do not know your story, how did you end up choosing Fort Lewis?
 
played at city college of san Francisco for 2 years and I spent an extra year to get my AA degree, I was told my clock is running out for D1 so D2 was my only option, Coach John L. Smith called me up and asked if I wanted to play for FLC and I told him I need to  finish a few classes before I can accept the offer but id love for the opportunity to play ball again. I finished the classes with outstanding grades and called coach up to see if he still had the offer for me and that's how I ended up at FLC.

Since you are from a smaller school, How do you plan on making yourself stand out?

I don't believe anyone is better than I am just because they played at a higher level than I did, I am a ball player and I have been since I was 7 and scouts will see that when I am on the field doing me!

What separates you from the other players at your position?

I'm versatile, I can throw the ball & I can return kicks and punts

Is their a specific NFL player that you try to model your game after?

Deandre Hopkins, he runs precise routes and he attacks the ball I wouldn't say I try to model his game or anyone else but I love the way he competes, and if I can be on his level I think i'm alright.

Who is the toughest player you have ever faced in your college career?

C.J Roberts because he was the most athletic and because it was my first game in D2

How do you prepare for game day, and do you have any game day rituals?

watch highlights of other players and listen to music

What was your favorite play/moment at Fort Lewis?

beating #2 CSU Pueblo during my first start at FLC and had the game winning touchdown and following up 4 days later with 2 touchdowns against #12 Colorado Mines on FLC first ever national tv game

What would you say are your strengths and weaknesses?

speed, finesse, awareness, big play ability, competiveness my weakness would probably be my strength

Coming out of high school, what programs showed interest in you?

SJSU, Nevada, Fresno St

What areas of your game are you trying to improve?

hand fighting to create separation

What was your childhood like?

10 steps forward 5 steps back. some how some way something would try to hold me back if it was moving schools/homes to only having one parent to winning championships to standing out being the only black kid in class in elementary to being one of many in high school it was a rollercoaster.  but its what made me who I am today, my live hasn't had a dull moment and I cant say that's a bad thing!

What do you enjoy most about football?

if it isn't the fans showing all their emotions good or bad its how you feel after making a big play in critical moments.

What is the most important trait for a Wide Receiver?

running the right route with the correct depth and most importantly catching the ball.

Finish the sentence, Jaquelle Thompson is?

going to be successful!

What makes you an unique individual?

everything ive been through, some would say I shouldn't be in this position now. its a blessing to be apart of this process
 
Which underclassman on your team should people keep an eye on?

RS freshman CB Malcolm Wright I went against him all year long because he was on scout and he was the one corner with the brightest upside

Using one word how would you describe your style of play?
 
Finesse

We would like to thank Juquelle for doing this interview.
 
 



 

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Vikings Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Jarran Reed, DT Alabama

Round 2

Joshua Garnett, G Stanford

Round 3

John Theus, OT Georgia

Round 4

Kelvin Taylor, RB Florida

Round 5

Michael Caputo, S Wisconsin

Round 6

Yannick Ngakoue, OLB Maryland

Round 7

Malcolm Mitchell, WR Georgia

Luther Maddy, DT Virginia

Packers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Darron Lee, ILB Ohio State

Round 2

Sheldon Rankins, DT Louisville

Round 3

Kareem Hunt, RB Toledo

Round 4

Sean Davis, S Maryland

Round 5

Rees Odhiambo, G Boise State

Round 6

Jeff Driskel, QB Louisiana Tech

Round 7

Harlan Miller, CB SE Louisiana

Lions Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama

Round 2

Deion Jones, OLB LSU

Round 4

Sterling Shepard, WR Oklahoma

Round 5

Braylon Addison, WR Oregon

Michael Jordan, CB Missouri Western

Round 6

Mike Matthews, C Texas A&M

Darius Latham, DT Indiana

Round 7

Jatavis Brown, S Akron

Bears Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon

Round 2

Kentrell Brothers, ILB Miaaouei

Round 3

Karl Joseph, S West Virginia

Round 4

Le'Raven Clark, OT Texas Tech

Round 5

Erick Striker, OLB Oklahoma

Round 6

D.J. Foster, WR Arizona State

Jake Coker, QB Alabama

David Morgan, 11, TE UTSA

Round 7

Tyler Ervin, RB San Jose State

Vikings Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Malick Collins, DT Nebraska

Round 2

Jeremy Cash, S Duke

Round 3

John Theus, OT Georgia

Round 4

Nick Martine, C Notre Dame

Round 5

Kenyan Drake, RB Alabama

Round 6

Tre' Madden, RB USC

Round 7

Corey Tindal, CB Marshall

Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

Packers Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Derron Lee, ILB Ohio State

Round 2

Andrew Billings, DT Baylor

Round 3

Kelvin Taylor, RB Florida

Round 4

Deon Bush, S Miami

Round 5

Yannick Ngakove, OLB Maryland

Round 6

Willie Beavers, OT Western Michigan

Round 7

Jordan Payton, WR UCLA

Lions Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Robert Nkemdiche, DT Ole Miss

Round 2

Vonn Bell, S Ohio State

Round 4

Steven Daniels, OLB Boston College

Round 5

Tajae Sharpe, WR UMass

Jack Allen, C Michigan State

Round 6

Deiondra Hall, CB Northern Iowa

David Morgan, 11, TE UTSA

Round 7

Clint Van Horn, OT Marshall

Bears Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon

Round 2

Kendon Beckwith, ILB LSU

Round 3

Keanu Neal, S Florida

Round 4

Yannick Ngakove, OLB Maryland

Round 5

Ricky Seull-Jones, WR Texas A&M

Round 6

Max Redfield, S Notre Dame

Jacoby Brissett, QB NC State

Hala Poulivauti Vaitai, OT TCU

Round 7

Jack Allen, C Michigan State

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Steelers Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Josh Augusta, DT Missouri

Round 2

Vonn Bell, S Ohio State

Round 3

Maurice Canady, CB Virginia

Round 4

Avery Young, OT Auburn

Round 7

Austin Blyth, C Iowa

David Morgan, 11, TE UTSA

Bengals Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Jayron Kearse, S Clemson

Round 2

Sterling Shepherd, WR Oklahoma

Round 3

Sheldon Rankins, DE Louisville

Round 4

Cassanova McKinley, ILB Auburn

Round 5

Eric Murray, CB Minnesota

Round 6

Kelvin Taylor, RB Georgia

Round 7

Nick Kwiatkowski, OLB West Virginia

Browns Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Paxton Lynch, QB Memphis

Round 2

Shaq Lawson, DE Clemson

Round 3

Michael Thomas, WR Ohio State

Round 4

Tyler Johnstone, OT Oregon

Round 5

D.J. Foster, RB Arizona State

Round 6

Josh Forest, ILB Kentucky

Round 7

Romeo Okwara, DE Notre Dame

Ravens Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

Round 1

Robert Nkemdiche, DE Ole Miss

Round 2

Jarran Reed, DT Alabama

Round 3

Artie Burns, CB Miami

Round 4

Pharoh Cooper, WR South Carolina

Jordan Peyton, WR UCLA

Round 6

DeAndre Houston-Carson, S Williams & Mary

Bengals Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Darian Thompson, S Boise State

Round 2

Carl Nassib, DE Penn State

Round 3

Will Fuller, WR Notre Dame

Round 4

Blake Martinez, ILB Stanford

Round 5

Kamalei Correa, OLB Boise State

Round 6

Nile Lawrence-Stample, DT Florida State

Round 7

Cleveland Wallace, CB San Jose State

Ravens Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Vernon Hargreaves III, CB Florida

Round 2

Eddie Jackson, S Alabama

Round 3

Le' Raven Clark, T Texas Tech

Round 4

Kenny Lawler, WR UCLA

Artie Burns, CB Miami (FL)

Round 6

Joel Heath, DT Michigan State

2016 Round 1 Mock Draft

By Barb Layton

 1. Titans- Laremy Tunsil, OT Ole Miss
 2.  Browns-Jared Goff, QB California
 3.  Chargers- A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama
 4.  Cowboys- Sheldon Rankins, OT Louisville
 5.  Jaguars- Shaq Lawson, DE Clemson
 6.  Ravens- Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson
 7.  49ers- Carson Wentz, QB North Dakota State
 8.  Dolphins- Joey Bosa, DE Ohio State
 9.. Buccaneers- DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon
10. Giants- Vernon Hargreaves, CB Florida
11. Bears-  Kevin Dodd, DE Clemson
12. Saints- Ronnie Stanley, OT Notre Dame
13. Eagles- Myles Jack, OLB UCLA
14. Raiders- Eli Apple, CB Ohio State
15. Rams- Laquon Treadwell, WR Ole Miss
16. Lions- Deion Jones, OLB LSU
17. Falcons- Shon Coleman, OT Auburn
18. Colts- Reggie Ragland, ILB Alabama
19. Bills- Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State
20. Jets- Jaylon Smith, OLB Notre Dame
21. Redskins- Jalen Ramsey, S Florida State
22. Texans- Paxton Lynch, QB Memphis
23. Vikings- Robert Nkemdiche, DT Ole Miss
24. Bengals- Darian Thompson, S Boise State
25. Steelers- Jarran Reed, DT Alabama
26. Seahawks- Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State
27. Packers- Darron Lee, ILB Ohio State
28. Chiefs- Jack Conklin, OT Michigan State
29. Cardinals- Christian Hackenberg, QB Penn State
30. Broncos- Cody Whitehair, G Kansas State
31. Panthers- Germain Ifedi, OT Texas A&M

2016 Round 1 Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

1. Titans: Ronnie Stanley, OT Notre Dame
2. Browns: Jared Goff, QB California
3. Chargers: Joey Bosa, DE Ohio State
4. Cowboys: Robert Nkemdiche, DT Ole Miss
5. Jaguars: Vernon Hargreaves III, CB Florida
6. Ravens: Laremy Tunsil, OT Ole Miss
7. 49ers: Paxton Lynch, QB Memphis
8. Dolphins: Jalen Ramsey, CB Florida State
9. Buccaneers: Darron Lee, OLB Ohio State
10. Giants: Mackensie Alexander, CB Clemson
11. Bears: DeForest Buckner, DE Oregon
12. Saints: Vadal Alexander, G LSU
13. Eagles: Mayles Jack, OLB UCLA
14. Raiders: Eli Apple, CB Ohio State
15. Ram: LaQuon Treadwell, WR Ole Miss
16. Lions: A'Shawn Robinson, DT Alabama
17. Falcons: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE Oklahoma State
18. Colts: Taylor Decker, OT Ohio State
19. Bills: Jack Conklin, OT Michigan State
20. Jets: Leonard Floyd, OLB Georgia
21. Redskins: Will Fuller, WR Notre Dame
22. Texans: Connor Cook, QB Michigan State
23. Minnesota: Kenny Clark, DT UCLA
24. Bengals: Darian Thompson, S Boise State
25. Steelers: Jarran Reed, DT Alabama
26. Seahawks: Ezekiel Elliott, RB Ohio State
27. Packers: Reggie Ragland, ILB Alabama
28. Chiefs: German Ifedi, OT Texas A & M
29. Cardinals: Kendall Fuller, CB Virginia Tech
30. Broncos: John Theus, OT Georgia
31. Panthers: Eddie Jackson, S Alabama

Browns Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Carson Wentz, QB North Dakota State

Round 2

Derrick Henry, RB Alabama

Round 3

Maurice Canady, CB Virginia

Round 4

Kentrell Brothers, ILB Missouri

Round 5

Aaron Burbridge, WR Michigan State

Round 6

Daryl Worley, CB West Virginia

Round 7

Jordan Payton, WR UCLA

Monday, January 18, 2016

Steelers Mock Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Round 1

Jarran Reed, DT Alabama

Round 2

Maurice Canady, CB Virginia

Round 3

Deandre Houston-Carson, S William & Mary

Round 4

Kyle Carter, TE Penn State

Round 7

Victor Ochi, OLB Stony Brook

Round 7

Kenyan Drake, RB Alabama

Steelers Reserve Future Players

By Red Zone Insider

1. Jodan Dangerfield, DB
2. Matt Feiler, OT
3. B.J. Finney, C
4. Isaiah Frey, DB
5. Xavier Grimble, TE
6. Rajion Neal, RB
7. Shaim Phillips, WR
8. Abou Toure, RB
9. Cashaud Lyons, DE
10. Ray Vinpoal, S
11. Jacob Hagan, FS
12. Brian Mihalik, DT
13. Ty Long, K
14. Daryl Richardson, RB
15. Levi Norwood, WR
16. Dustin Vaughan, QB
17. Tobias Palmer, WR
18. Isaac Blakeney, WR
19. Al-Hajj Shabazz, CB
20. Montell Garner, CB
21. Cole Manhart, G

Colts Free Agents For The 2016 Offseason

By Red Zone Insider

Unrestricted Free Agents

Dwayne Allen, TE
Colt Anderson, S
Ahmad Bradshaw, RB
Coby Fleener, TE
Jerrell Freeman, LB
Matt Hassellbeck, QB
Todd Herremans, G
Lance Louis, G
Dwright Lowery, S
Josh Thomas, CB
Greg Toler, CB
Adam Vinatieri, K
Griff Whalen, WR
Billy Winn, DE

Restricted Free Agents

Jack Doyle, TE
Daniel "Boom" Herron, RB

2016 NFL Draft Order 1-28

By Red Zone Insider

1. Titans 3-13
2. Browns 3-13
3. Chargers 4-12
4. Cowboys 4-12
5. Jaguars 5-11
6.  Ravens 5-11
7. 49ers 5-11
8. Dolphins 6-10
9. Buccaneers 6-10
10. Giants 6-10
11. Bears 6-10
12. Saints 7-9
13. Eagles 7-9
14. Raiders 7-9
15. Rams 7-9
16. Lions 7-9
17. Falcons 8-8
18. Colts 8-8
19. Bills 8-8
20. Jets 8-8
21. Redskins
22. Texans
23. Vikings
24. Bengals
25. Steelers
26. Seahawks
27. Packers
28. Chiefs

Azziz Higgins Interview

 

By Barb Layton

I think you will find the interview with Azziz to be encouraging. He seems to be a leader and know what he wants to do with his future. He has a good understanding of the game of football and wants people to see their are many excellent players at a small school. He feels they all need a chance to succeed.

6-2, 231, 40 time 4.65

 For people who do not know your story, how did you end up choosing Gardner Webb?

Well I wasn't highly recruited out of high school even though I played for a very good program but after my senior season I took 2 trips one to the citadel and one to Gardner-Webb University, I had my mind set on going to Citadel but when I called to commit they told me they weren't giving any more scholarships for linebackers. I was crushed, I really had my sights set on going to this school. So the next day I committed to Gardner-Webb University and I feel like I came in with a chip on my shoulder and I was going to prove every school who over looked me wrong. I'm glad I chose Gardner-Webb University because it's taught me so much and has giving me the much needed development as player. It's been a true blessing.

Since you are from a smaller school, How do you plan on making yourself stand out?

They way I plan to stand out is showing the scouts that not only I am quick, fast, and strong but I am also a very intelligent player and I feel that scouts, coaches, GMs, etc really value an intelligent football player.

What separates you from the other players at your position?

 I feel it's my consistency, once I get going there's really no breaking my rhythm and that helps me make clear decisions and be around the ball a lot

Is their a specific NFL player that you try to model your game after?

There is no specific one, but I do like the way Navarro Bowman, Lavonte David, Thomas Davis, and Luke Kuechly play the game, they are great linebackers.

Who is the toughest player you have ever faced in your college career?

Toughest player had to be a RB from UNCC, he was a hard runner

How do you prepare for game day, and do you have any game day rituals?

If I have a really good game I try to repeat exactly what I did the week before and also I always listen to drake before I take the field

What was your favorite play/moment at Gardner Webb?

My favorite moment at Gardner-Webb had to be when we beat Liberty University for homecoming for the first time since I been at the school and they were like our rivals plus it meant everything to my position coach who was apart of the program for 15 years.

What would you say are your strengths and weaknesses?

One of my strengths are intelligence and one my weaknesses are being more patient during the beginning of a play

Coming out of high school, what programs showed interest in you?

Kentucky, Purdue, Citadel, Lafayette, Navy, Central Florida, and Lenoir Ryan is all I can remember so the schools that showed me love was all over the place in terms of division.

What areas of your game are you trying to improve?

 I want to improve in all aspect of my game because the next level is a different animal and I feel like that I should strive to be the better in ever part of my game, not just one.

What was your childhood like?

My childhood was filled with of big family invents and spending a lot of time with my siblings. Spending time with my siblings was what I did mostly because I have 7 siblings so I was never alone.

What do you enjoy most about football?

I enjoy being able to make long-term friendships with men you grind with everyday. Also the atmosphere of game day is like no other.

What is the most important trait for a Linebacker?

Intelligence and instincts

Finish the sentence, Azziz Higgins is?

Azziz Higgins is a who he is and if you ever get a chance to meet him enjoy

What makes you an unique individual?

What makes me unique is the fact that I don't try an follow the pack, I try and find my own way.

Which underclassman on your team should people keep an eye on?

I say look at the whole team, there is loads of talent that gets over looked here at Gardner-Webb

Using one word how would you describe your style of play?

Consistent

We would like to thank Azziz for doing this interview.


 

Christian Collis Interview


By Red Zone Insider

I think you will find this interview to be an eye opener. He has good knowledge of what he wants out of football and his life in general.

He is 6-0 200

For people who do not know your story, how did you end up choosing Middle Tennessee State?

Middle Tennessee was one of my few offers coming out of high school. They immediately stood out to me because of how often they would send me letters and visit my school.  After my official visit, everything about the school felt right, so I decided to commit there.

Since you are from a smaller school, How do you plan on making yourself stand out?

My performaces at the combines and pro day will make me stand out. I will show the scouts that no matter how small the school, I can still compete with the best.


What separates you from the other players at your position?

My physicality and my ability to read coverages sets me apart from most receivers. My work ethic seperates me from others at my position along with my explosiveness and strength.

Is their a specific NFL player that you try to model your game after?

I like to model my game after Julio Jones. But I see myself more like Roddy White.

Who is the toughest player you have ever faced in your college career?

Toughest player was probably Marlon Humphery, Alabama CB or Darius Slay, Mississippi State CB (Detroit Lions)

How do you prepare for game day, and do you have any game day rituals?
On game day I listen to music, stretch, and zone everything else out.

What was your favorite play/moment at Middle Tennessee State?

Favorite play was the last second vertical play to beat Marshall as the clock hit 0 in 2013. Favorite moment was when we beat Georgia Tech 49-28 at their stadium in 2012.

What would you say are your strengths and weaknesses?

Strengths- 
My ability to get off of press coverage, I have great hands, crisp routes, explosive, can find holes in zone coverage, and the ability to attack the ball at the highest point.
 
Weaknesses-
I would like to work on my top end speed. I have good acceleration, but I want to become faster down the field.
 
Coming out of high school, what programs showed interest in you?
 
Middle Tennessee, Arkansas State, South Alabama, UAB, and Troy showed interest coming out of high school.
 
What areas of your game are you trying to improve?
 
I want to improve my top end speed and becoming a little quicker.
 
What was your childhood like?
 
I had a pretty good childhood with great parents to guide the way. There were many ups and downs, but It has made me the person I am today.
 
What do you enjoy most about football?
 
I enjoy the competitiveness about football the most and the teamwork that is required to become successful.

What is the most important trait for a Wide Receiver?

Most important trait of a Wide Receiver is to be able to get open no matter what.

Finish the sentence, Christian Collis is?

Christian Collis is hard working, passionate athlete that is striving to be the best in the world at what he does on and off the field.

What makes you an unique individual?

I'm unique because I not only want to be the best receiver, but I want to be the best at whatever I do in life.
Using one word how would you describe your style of play?

Aggressive.

Describe your overall career?

My career wont have the GODly stats that most people are looking for, but my film will speak for itself.
We would like to thank Christian for doing this interview.
 

  
 

Retirement Tracker

By Red Zone Insider

Reggie Wayne, WR
Mike Leach, TE
Justin Tuck, DE
Jon Beason, LB
Jared Allen, DE
Jerod Mayo, LB
Heath Miller, TE

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Players To Watch In The Steelers @ Broncos Game

By Red Zone Insider

Steelers

11 Markus Wheaton, WR
55 Arthur Moats, OLB
10 Martavis Bryant, WR
50 Ryan Shazier, ILB
14 Sammie Coates, WR
41 Antwon Blake, CB
30 Jordan Todman, RB
22 William Gay, CB
33 Fitzgerald Toussaint, RB
91 Stephon Tuitt, DE

Broncos

18 Peyton Manning, QB
95 Derek Wolfe, DE
10 Emmanuel Sanders, WR
58 Von Miller, OLB
80 Vernon Davis, TE
97 Malik Jackson, DE
22 C.J. Anderson, RB
29 Bradley Roby, CB
88 Demaryius Thomas, WR

Injury report For The Steelers And Broncos

By Barb Layton

Steelers

Will Allen Probable
Antonio Brown Out
Robert Golden Probable
James Harrison Probable
Cameron Heyward Probable
Will Johnson Questionable
Ben Roethlisberger, Questionable
Ryan Shazier Probable
Matt Spaeth Probable
Vince Williams Probable
DeAngelo Williams Out

Broncos

Brock Osweiler Questionable
Owen Daniels Probable
Todd Davis Probable
Max Garcia Probable
Chris Harris Probable
Malik Jackson Probable
Peyton Manning Probable
Brandon Marshall Probable
Von Miller Probable
Robert Myers Probable
Darian Stewart Probable
Juwan Thompson Probable
T.J. Ward Probable
Demarcus Ware Probable

Players To Watch In The Seahawks @ Panthers Game

By Red Zone Insider

Seahawks

32 Christine Michael, RB
95 Demarcus Dobbs, TE
16 Tyler Lockett, WR
55 Frank Clark, DE
3 Russell Wilson, QB
51 Bruce Irvin, OLB
82 Luke Willson, TE
35 Seshawn Shead, DB
15 Jermaine Kearse, WR
50 K.J. Wright, OLB

Panthers

34 Cameron Artis-Payne, RB
82 Jerricho Cotchery, WR
58 Thomas Davis. OLB
91 Kony Ealy, DE
24 Josh Norman, CB
17 Devin Funchess, WR
95 Charles Johnson, DE
70 Trai Turner, G
54 Shaq Thompson, OLB
26 Courtland Finneyan, CB

Injury Report For The Seahawks And Panthers

By Barb Layton

Seahawks

Will Tukuafu Doubtful
Michael Bennett Probable
Marshawn Lynch Probable
Luke Willson Probable

Panthers

Fozzy Whittaker Out
Kony Ealy Probable
Ted Ginn Questionable

Friday, January 15, 2016

Texans Free Agents For The 2016 Offseason

By Red Zone Insider

The Texans have a total of 20 Free Agents.

They have $25,769,872 in cap space

Offense (9)

Brandon Weeden, QB
T.J. Yates, QB
Chris Polk, RB
Jonathan Grimes, RB
Nate Washinton, WR
Chris Clark, T
Jeff Adams, T
Brandon Brooks, G
Ben Jones, C

Defense (9)

Jared Crick, DE
Brandon Dunn, NT
Justin Tuggle, LB
John Simmon, LB
Charles James, CB
A.J. Bouye, CB
Darryl Morris, CB
Quinton Demps, S
Eddie Pleasant, S

Special Teams (2)

Shane Lechler, P
Nick Novak, K

Players To Watch In The Packers @ Cardinals Game

By Barb Layton

Packers

12 Aaron Rodgers, QB
44 James Starks, RB
89 James Jones. WR
18 Randall Cobb, WR
82 Richard Rodgers, TE
90 B.J. Raji, NT
52 Clay Matthews, ILB
96 Mike Neal, OLB
36 Ladarius Gunter, CB
32 Chris Banjo, SS

Cardinals

 3 Carson Palmer, QB
31 David Johnson, RB
12 John Brown, WR
11 Larry Fitzgerald, WR
85 Darren Fells, TE
93 Calais Campbell, DE
59 Alani Fua, ILB
47 Shaq Riddick, OLB
28 Justin Bethel, CB
22 Tony Jefferson, SS

Players To Watch In The Chiefs @ Patriots Game

By Barb Layton

Chiefs

11 Alex Smith, QB
32 Spencer Ware, RB
17 Chris Conley, WR
12 Albert Wilson, WR
87 Travis Kelce, TE
70 Mike DeVito, DE
55 Dee Ford, OLB
20 Steven Nelson, CB
53 Ramik Wilson, ILB
29 Erik Berry FS

Patriots

12 Tom Brady, QB
39 Steven Jackson, RB
19 Brandon LaFell, WR
11 Julian Edelman, WR
85 Michael Williams, TE
93 Jabaal Sheard, DE
58 Joe Bostic, MLB
91 Jamie Collins, OLB
32 Devin McCourty, FS
26 Logan Ryan, CB

Injury Report For The Packers And Cardinals

By Barb Layton

Packers

Davante Adams Out
David Bakhtiari Probable
Mike Daniels Probable
Jayrone Elliott Probable
Datone Jones Probable
Eddie Lacy Probable
T.J. Lang Probable
Mike Neal Probable
Justin Perillo --
Andrew Quarless Out
Richard Rodgers Probable
Quinton Rollins Questionable
Sam Shields Questionable
Josh Sitton Probable

Cardinals

Marcus Golden Probable
Mike Iupati Probable
Josh Mauro Questionable
Carson Palmer Probable
Frostee Rucker Questionable

Injury Report For The Chiefs And Patriots

By Barb Layton

Chiefs

Jeff Allen Probable
Laurent Duverney-Tardif Out
Zach Fulton Probable
Tamba Hali Questionable
Justin Houston Questionable
Travis Kelce Probable
Jeremy Maclin Questionable
Josh Mauga Probable
Mitch Morse Out
Jah Reid Probable
Spencer Ware Questionable
Albert Wilson Questionable

Patriots

Tre' Jackson Out
Danny Amendola Questionable
Scott Chandler Questionable
Justin Coleman Questionable
Nate Ebner Questionable
Julian Edelman Questionable
Jonathan Freeney Questionable
Rob Gronkowski Questionable
Donta Hightower Questionable
Chandler Jones Questionable
Rob Ninkovich Questionable
Sebastian Vollmer Questionable
LaAdrian Waddle Questionable
Tom Brady Probable
Josh Kline Probable
Brandon LaFell Probable
Devin McCourty Probable

Workout Report For 1/15

By Red Zone Insider

Titans

Jerry Lovelock
Cleyon Laing
Eric Rodger, CFL WR

Chiefs

Kevin Graf
Bryce Quigley

Packers

Jason Ankrah

Jets

Eric Rodgers, CFL WR  visit

Fines For The Steelers And Bengals Wild Card Game

By Red Zone Insider

Bengals

Adam Jones, CB  $28,940
Domata Peko, DT  $8,681
Wallace Gilberry, DE  $8,681

Steelers

Ramon Foster, G  $17,363
Joey Porter, OLB Coach  $10,000
Mike Munchak, OL Coach  $10,000

Lock Haven Prospects For The 2016 NFL Draft

By Red Zone Insider

Tony Ballon, LB Senior 6-1 230
Tyrai Anderson, DB Senior 6-0 180
Caleb Walton, QB Junior 6-2 210
Mike Williams, DB Senior 5-10 200
David Cook, WR Senior 6-0 190
Malyk Harris, RB Junior 5-9 185
Daniel Strawbridge, DB Junior 5-10 170
Shawn Seif, WR Junior 5-7 160
Beau Swales, RB Senior 6-0 210
Dan Krupko, WR Junior 6-3 190
Jeremy Cornelius, WR Senior 6-1 205
Aaron Hepburn, LB Junior 5-9 210
DaRon Lee, DB Senior 6-1 200