The Minnesota Vikings arrested the slide of Bucky Hodges in the NFL Draft, selecting the former Virginia Tech tight end with the 201st overall pick on Saturday. Expected to go much earlier than this, Sam Bradford and the Vikings offense have an intriguing weapon as they look to return to
After spending the Chan Gailey years pretending that tight ends do not exist, the New York Jets selected former Clemson TE Jordan Leggett with the 150th overall pick in the NFL draft.
A pick after fellow tight end Gerald Everett became the latest member of the Los Angeles Rams, the Chicago Bears used the 45th overall selection to pick Adam Shaheen. Out of tiny Ashland, he becomes the highest drafted player in school history.
With the 44th overall selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Rams selected former South Alabama tight end Gerald Everett in an attempt to give last year’s first overall pick Jared Goff more offensive weapons.
We are more than halfway through the month of April, and with the NFL draft mere days away, the act of Best Ball roster construction continues at a pace. With free agency essentially at an end, the next time the NFL landscape will truly shift will be after the bunting
While the likes of David Njoku, Evan Engram and Gerald Everett have moved up and down draft boards (apparently) since the evaluation process began, one player has remained firmly atop the tight end charts and firmly a top-10 selection. That player is Alabama TE O.J. Howard. After a glittering college
While most tight end prospects actually play the position on occasion…well, most of the time, really…Ole Miss TE Evan Engram spent most of his college career as a matchup nightmare all over the formation.
The University of Miami has been the proving ground for a host of tight end prospects before they entered the pros, with the likes of Jeremy Shockey, Greg Olsen and Jimmy Graham passing through Coral Gables. With that in mind, may I present David Njoku.
Perusing the twitter dot com the other day, as I’m wont to do most days, I happened upon a tweet from Turon Davenport regarding a 2017 running back prospect that I admit I had not paid much attention to, namely Donnel Pumphrey.
Listeners to the Numbers Game podcast will have heard Nick Giffen and Josh Hermsmeyer talking about a series of articles that Phil Watkins recently pumped out on his tight end prospect model. If you haven’t listened to the latest Numbers Game, I’ll happily sit and wait…you all