The New England Pariots’ selection of Antonio Garcia is a pick made with the future in mind. And with the roster the Patriots have, New England made the right choice to do some future planning on their offensive line. When thinking about Garcia’s time in Troy’s Air Raid offense, a quote from Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio during a pre-draft press conference immediately comes to mind. He said spread offenses do not apply to the NFL’s game, which makes players harder to project in an NFL offense. By his standards, Garcia is likely a major project. “So you’re basically starting from ground zero, so you have to establish their foundation and really a lot of it is just fundamental-based
Coming off a strong 133 campaign, the Cowboys are positioned as contenders heading into the 2017 season. How will they use their picks in the NFL draft? Here's the full list of picks the Cowboys hold in the 2017 draft, which will be updated as each selection is made.
You don’t judge a draft pick on draft night, or the next day, either. But you can judge a good story on draft night, and the Redskins got an amazing one: a hometown kid who grew up going to Redskins training camp, a college star at the nation’s preeminent program, a non-glamorous defensive lineman for a pro team that has often ignored non-glamorous defensive linemen, and a rumored top-five pick who fell all the way down to No. 17, where he was snatched up by his local team. It was all enough to have Redskins fans engulfed in spasms of joy. This was almost beyond a best-case scenario. And judging from social media, Redskins players were in full agreement with their fanbase. (Note: the Redskins