Archive for February, 2011

Podcast: Damien Berry, Miami

Former Miami Hurricanes running back Damien Berry takes time from his combine training at D1 Sports Training in Nashville, Tennessee to talk with the NFL Draft Bible. Bringing the NFL stars of tomorrow to you today on the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show, hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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Podcast: Brandon Bair, Oregon

All-Pac-10 second team defensive lineman from the Oregon Ducks Brandon Bair takes time to talk with the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show. Currently Bair is working out in Nashville, Tennessee at D1 Sports Training before he heads to Indianapolis for the NFL Scouting Combine. Hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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Podcast: Tommy Gallarda, Boise State

Looking at the talent the Boise State Broncos have both offensively and defensively it’s easy to lose track of certain players especially if they miss time due to injuries. Today’s guest on the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight, tight end Tommy Gallarda of the Broncos, falls into that category after breaking his foot and missing eight games in his final season at Boise State. Gallarda takes time out of training to bring us up to date on his rehab from the broken foot and his thoughts moving forward as we approach the NFL Draft in April. Hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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On The Clock: No. 3 Buffalo Bills

On the Clock: No. 3 Buffalo Bills: 4-12, 4th In The AFC East

General Manager: Buddy Nix (2nd Year), Head Coach: Chan Gailey (2nd Year), Offensive Coordinator: Curtis Modkins (2nd Year) Defensive Coordinator: George Edwards (2nd Year)

Offensive Rankings: No. 25 Overall, No. 28 Scoring, No. 25 Passing, No. 18 Rushing,

Defensive Rankings: No. 24 Overall, No. 28 Scoring, No. 3 Passing, No. 32 Rushing

2010 Draft: (1-9) RB C.J. Spiller, (2-41) DT Torell Troup, (3-72) DE Alex Carrington, (4-107) WR Marcus Easley, (5-140) OT Ed Wang, (6-178) OLB Arthur Moats, (6-192) OLB Danny Batten, (7-209) QB Levi Brown, (7-216) OG Kyle Calloway

Top Picks Last Five Years:

2010 – (1-9) RB C.J.

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Podcast: Max Leo, Syracuse

A three-year starter at long snapper, Max Leo has been the glue of a very reliable and dependable special teams unit for the Syracuse Orangemen. A former walk-on who earned a full scholarship, Max perfected his craft to earn the long snapping job prior to the 2008 season. He held the job for three consecutive seasons and helped punter and teammate Rob Long flourish by unfailingly delivering the snap to him in less than 0.72 seconds. The combination of Max and Rob did not have a single punt blocked in three years working together. Bringing the NFL stars of tomorrow to you today is the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show, hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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Source: Cam Newton Will Do All Drills In Indy

According to a source close to Auburn quarterback Cam Newton, the junior signal caller currently intends to participate fully in this weekend’s upcoming NFL Combine.  It had been widely speculated by many NFL insiders that he would do only certain drills at the Combine and then perform an orchestrated Pro Day later in March.

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On The Clock: No. 2 Denver Broncos

On The Clock: No. 2 Denver Broncos: 4-12, 4th In the AFC West

General Manager: Brian Xanders (3rd Year), Head Coach: John Fox (1st Year), Offensive Coordinator: Mike McCoy (3rd Year), Defensive Coordinator: Dennis Allen (1st Year)

Offense Rankings: No. 13 Overall, No. 19 Scoring, No. 7 Passing, No. 26 Rushing

Defense Rankings: No. 32 Overall, No. 32 Scoring, No. 25 Passing, No. 31 Rushing

The Five Year Plan – Record: 36-44; Last Playoff Appearance: 2005; Last Playoff Victory: 2005 (27-13 Over the New England Patriots)

2010 Draft: (1-22) WR Demaryius Thomas, (1-25) QB Tim Tebow, (2-45) Zane Beadles, (3-80) C JD Walton, (3-87) WR Eric Decker, (5-137) CB Perrish Cox, (6-183) Eric Olsen, (7-225) CB Syd’Quan Thompson, (7-232) Jammie Kirlew

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2011 NFL Combine – Players That Will Shine

Here’s a look a ten players who will shine this week in Indianapolis at the NFL Scouting Combine.

JAKE LOCKER – QB – WASHINGTON: This fifth-year senior has a lot to prove in Indianapolis, but he’s in a terrific position to do just that with the kind of athletic ability he possesses. Locker was a former Wing-T quarterback in high school and has excellent straight line speed, so his forty should be one of the better times among his position. Despite his suspect accuracy and bad footwork, Locker has a strong arm with a nice release so scouts will be impressed with the way he can spin the football. He’s another mobile passer that has the right combination of athletic ability and skill set that

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Podcast: James Cleveland, Houston

After starting his career as an Iowa Hawkeye, earning freshman All-Big honors, James Cleveland made a pit stop at Trinity Community College before arriving at Houston. The  Texas native burst on the scene and became the eighth Cougar to reach 1,000 receiving yards in a single season. On the Biletnikoff Award watch list as a senior, Cleveland added another 57 receptions, 800 yards and six touchdowns to his resume despite numerous injuries at the quarterback position for the Cougars. Bringing the NFL stars of tomorrow to you today is the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show, hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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Podcast: Virgil Green, Nevada

Virgil Green is one of the top rated tight ends in the 2011 draft class earning invites to the East West Shrine Game and the NFL Scouting Combine, after being named 2010 All-WAC first team tight end. Bringing the NFL stars of tomorrow to you today is the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show, hosted by Bo Marchionte.

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