Why Every Football Player Should Do Yoga
By Lindsay Smith As athletes, we are constantly in search of anything that might sharpen our competitive edge -- physically and mentally. Training is grueling enough, but when you add injuries, nerves,… [more]
Are NFL Pre-Draft workouts really all that necessary?
When it comes to evaluating a potential draft pick, Herm Edwards has a saying; “Don’t tell me what the kid can’t do, tell me what he can do.” If every GM and coach had this same philosophy, would… [more]
Where have all the “Runners” gone?
By Shane Tidrick Does it seem like QB is the position on every NFL team that is being leaned on more and more? It feels like every draft, every free agency, every preseason preview, all of the hype… [more]
Will The “New” 4-2-5 Defense Bring Ground And Pound Back?
Ron Pickett sees football from the coaching perspective; its strategies, tactics, and effective use of personnel in attacking and combating various schemes. He's written numerous articles across the… [more]
Meet Iowa Tight End and 2014 NFL Draft Entrant C.J. Fiedorowicz
The 2014 NFL Draft class is one of the deepest in recent history. At almost every position one can find quality depth, if not a starting caliber player in the mid to later rounds. Tight End is no exception.… [more]
April 20, 2014 By Ted Sundquist
By Lindsay Smith As athletes, we are constantly in search of anything that might sharpen our competitive edge — physically and mentally. Training is grueling enough, but when you add injuries, nerves, or that little voice in the back of your head, getting through a game can seem like a daunting task. Imagine walking through […]
April 19, 2014 By Shane Tidrick
When it comes to evaluating a potential draft pick, Herm Edwards has a saying; “Don’t tell me what the kid can’t do, tell me what he can do.” If every GM and coach had this same philosophy, would the road to the NFL draft be so excruciating for some young prospects? It seems as though […]
April 17, 2014 By Shane Tidrick
By Shane Tidrick Does it seem like QB is the position on every NFL team that is being leaned on more and more? It feels like every draft, every free agency, every preseason preview, all of the hype circles around the guy playing under center. Without question, it’s a very difficult position to master, arguably […]
April 11, 2014 By Gail Sideman
The NFL Draft is near, so it’s time to teach rookies how to appropriately use social media. By Gail Sideman We see it seemingly at least once each week. An athlete or coach tweets something that they quickly delete but in the land of screen grabs, it gathers critical steam and editorialized retweets because of the post’s … [Read More...]
April 8, 2014 By Dayna O'Gorman
Occasionally in ones life, everything seems to line up perfectly. Not usually in every facet of your life but in certain sections, you simply couldn’t ask for things to go better. This happened to me this last year. The sports Gods got together and said “Lets make Dayna’s sports world as perfect as we can! Championships all … [Read More...]
April 7, 2014 By Ted Sundquist
This is Part Four of a series on how the NFL should restructure its Football Operations Department. If you missed the previous three articles here are the links; Time to Restructure Football Operations in the NFL Restructuring NFL Football Operations - The Game Restructuring NFL Football Operations - The … [Read More...]
April 6, 2014 By Josh Elkin
Tight End is among the most important of the emerging positions in the ever changing NFL. Teams from coast to coast are incorporating them into offensive schemes more than ever before. Years ago, Tight Ends were glorified offensive tackles whose sole responsibility was "sealing the edge". Now we see them lining up in … [Read More...]