• 2017 NFL Mock Draft: Broncos stay in the family, Cowboys add offensive weapon
    CBS Sports

    2017 NFL Mock Draft: Broncos stay in the family, Cowboys add offensive weapon

    today and get the latest offseason NFL news and alerts, plus NFL Draft analysis and a look ahead to the 2017 season! We’re another week deep into free agency and the shape of each NFL team’s roster is becoming more clear. Needs are coming into focus, not only for 2017 but for the years to come.  Changes throughout the league always affect the draft board, and this week is no different. Scroll on down for Mock Draft 6.0.   New week, same No. 1 pick. Between the Stanford connection, Thomas’ athletic testing at the combine and all the noise around Thomas heading to San Francisco, this seems like where the No. 2 pick is heading.  Signing Prince Amukamara was a nice start, but the Chicago Bears still

  • 24 Hours ... With Adam Schefter
    Sports Illustrated

    24 Hours ... With Adam Schefter

    The MMQB begins a series of inside-inside, multimedia football stories for the 2017 season with a view into the life of ESPN NFL information czar Adam Schefter on his busiest day of the year: the kickoff day to NFL free agency, March 9. Schefter, 50, has been with ESPN for eight years, and has become the gold standard in the increasingly competitive 24/7 business of NFL news. In December he signed a five-year, multimillion-dollar contract extension that is thought to make him the highest-paid information man in the business and will keep him with ESPN through 2021.

  • Bills' Sean McDermott can learn valuable lessons from predecessors missteps
    Bills Wire

    Bills' Sean McDermott can learn valuable lessons from predecessors missteps

    On Thursday, Jason La Canfora published a column detailing the Washington Redskins unique situation regarding their front office structure, and in doing so, he dropped a tidbit of information about the Buffalo Bills, mentioning that the team was considering bringing in front office executives who’s line of thinking was more conducive to that of new coach Sean McDermott, than that of general manager Doug Whaley’s. Should Whaley catch the ax following the draft, the next person hired, whoever that may be, will still be the general manager. This won’t be an ‘Office-style’ “Assistant to” situation – it would be the system put in place that Andy Reid – someone that coach McDermott coached under for years – had in Philadelphia and now in Kansas City.