Following are the rookie and veteran minicamp dates for 2010, as well as the previously announced organized team activity (OTA) dates.
Clubs are permitted to hold a rookie minicamp on one of the first two weekends after the NFL Draft and conduct one mandatory minicamp for veteran players. Clubs with new head coaches, however, are permitted to conduct two additional voluntary minicamps for veteran players. There is no restriction on the number of minicamps a club may hold for rookie players.
MINICAMP DATES (All camps include rookies and veterans unless otherwise noted)
May 18-20, May 25-27, June 1-4, June 7-10
April 30-May 2
May 25-27, June 1, June 3-4, June 8-11, June 15-18
May 17-20, May 24-27, June 7-10, June 15-16
It’s never too early to look ahead…
1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Ryan Mallett, QB, Junior, Arkansas*
2. Buffalo Bills- Jake Locker, QB, Senior, Washington
3. Tampa Bay Bucs- Robert Quinn, DE, Junior, North Carolina*
4. Chicago Bears- A.J. Green, WR, Junior, Georgia*
5. St. Louis Rams- Patrick Peterson, CB, Junior, LSU*
Here are some stats about the 2010 NFL Draft.
Out of the 255 Draft Picks:
216 – Went to the NFL Combine
39 – Did not get invited to the NFL Combine
47 – Were underclassmen (Juniors)
84 – Played in the Senior Bowl
32 – Played in the East/West Shrine Game
31 – Played in the Texas vs. the Nation Game
NFL Draft Bible President Daniel Mogollon will join Jody McDonald on FoxSportsRadio.com at 10:35pm ET tonight to break down the 2010 NFL Draft.
Not necessarily the best player at each position (although in some cases it applies), but the top value when factoring draft slot.
QB Dan LeFevour, Chicago Bears (6-181): The former Chippewa is not that far off from Tim Tebow and was drafted 155 slots after the Heisman Trophy winner.
RB James Starks, Green Bay Packers (6-193): Starks ran a 4.50 at 6’ 2” and 218 pounds, so don’t be surprised if he cracks the startling lineup, as long as he’s healthy.
RB Jonathan Dwyer, Pittsburgh Steelers (6-188): Looking to get back to Steelers football, the proud franchise adds a 230-pound bruiser from Georgia Tech.
WR Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys (1-24): How ‘bout them Cowboys!? Jerry Jones pounced on top talent, who our gut tells us won’t bust.
WR Carlton Mitchell,
Join the NFL Draft Bible staff for our draft recap show as we pack three days of action into two hours. We break down each round, going through the best picks and biggest reaches, plus our early winners and losers. Hosted by Daniel Mogollon, Ralph Mancini and Justin VanFulpen.
On the final day of the NFL’s inaugural three-day draft, they brought back yet another familiar face for what already is being called the 2010 Steelers Reunion Tour.
The oldest punter in the NFL is seriously considering retirement. The New York Giants disclosed on Saturday that 44-year-old Jeff Feagles has told coach Tom Coughlin that he’s having second thoughts about returning for a 23rd NFL season.
QB Max Hall, BYU
RB Alphonso Smith, Kentucky
WR Juamorris Stewart, Southern
WR Max Komar, Idaho
WR Stephen Williams, Toledo
OT Casey Knips, South Dakota State
OG David Moosman, Michigan
CB Al Jefferson, Fresno State
OT Devin Tyler, Temple
RB Dimitri Nance, Arizona State
WR Ryan Wolfe, UNLV
TE Colin Peek, Alabama
TE Leroy Banks, Southern Mississippi
TE Michael Palmer, Clemson
LB Bear Woods, Troy
LB Weston Johnson, Wyoming
DB Rafael Bush, South Carolina State
DB Gabriel Derricks, San Diego
ATH Tim Buckley, Alcorn State
LS Justin Drescher, Colorado
K Garrett Lindholm, Tarleton State
RB Curtis Steele, Baltimore
WR Rodelin Anthony, UNLV
DL John Fletcher, Wyoming
Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren said Saturday that the team doesn’t plan to play Texas quarterback Colt McCoy as a rookie.