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Ranking The DEs
by David Seigerman
It is the position with both the surest thing in the 2014 NFL Draft and the most unsure things. The best player available in the draft is a defensive end. Beyond Jadeveon Clowney, everything's a muddle...
Living On The Edge
by Cody Roche
We can see why the arrival of Jadeveon Clowney is cause for such excitement. A defensive end who is 270 pounds and can run a 4.5 40 is exciting enough, but watching him play at South Carolina showed how easily he can change a game singlehandedly...
The Second-Best Defensive End Prospect: Ealy Or Ford?
by Bill Lund
At the beginning of the 2013 college football season, Kony Ealy of Missouri was projected to as be a possible first-round defensive end. By season's end, it was Ealy's linemate Michael Sam who became the SEC Defensive MVP...
Dee Ford Takes Shots At Jadeveon Clowney
by Allen Kim
If Dee Ford is trying to improve his draft stock by taking shots at Jadeveon Clowney, he better think twice. Instead of running his mouth, he would’ve been better off actually participating in the NFL Scouting Combine rather than pulling out...
Senior Bowl: Three Questions Answered
by Bill Lund
The 2014 Senior Bowl has wrapped up, and prospects are moving up and down draft boards across the NFL landscape. The three questions posed on this year’s Senior Bowl have been answered -- at least for one game...