Ranking The Safeties
by David Seigerman
It used to be NFL teams would look for two kinds of safety: one who could play the deep middle and cover a receiver, one who could step up into the box to play the run and maybe blitz...
Thanks To Seahawks, Everyone's Thinking Safeties First
by Cody Roche
The modern safety is a Swiss army knife for NFL defenses. They are expected to be physical enough to blitz, stop the run and defend larger tight ends while also being able to cover speedy wide receivers and be the last line of defense for their team...
Who's The Better Safety Prospect: Deone Bucannon Or Jimmie Ward?
by Bill Lund
Two of the rising safeties in the 2014 draft class are Deone Bucannon of Washington State and Jimmie Ward from Northern Illinois. Each are coming off strong senior seasons, as well as outstanding performances throughout Senior Bowl week...
Scouting The San Diego Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl
by Ken Scudero
As part of Football.com's coverage of all 35 bowl games, we will provide a draft prospect-primer, so you know whom to watch during every postseason game...
Media Days Marathon: Draft Questions From The MAC
by Bill Lund
Eric Fisher made history for the MAC, becoming the first player from the league selected first overall in the 2013 draft. The MAC has long been an underrated talent pool of NFL prospects...