When Draft Experts Are Right and NFL Teams Are Wrong

[ad_1] Every NFL fan’s nightmare. After months of anticipation, your team’s first-round pick NFL draft (2022 edition starts tonight) considered a “reach” – a player chosen long before experts thought he should have been selected. Everyone from draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. at ESPN to local bloggers on Twitter thinks your team has made it. …

Linemen Who Can Straighten Like Ickey Ekwon Are In Demand In The NFL

[ad_1] Offensive players have always loved “pancakes” – blocks that end up flexing on flattened defenders, no doubt. But possibly one of the top 10 in this year’s NFL draft starting Thursday, Ikem Ekwon is rare: He’s agile and dynamic enough to add a bonus pancake after another big game. In a game against Louisiana …

What’s on TV This Week: ‘We Own This City’ and the NFL Draft

[ad_1] Between network, cable, and streaming, the modern television landscape is vast. Here are some of the TV series, special programs and movies that will be screened between April 25 and May 1. Details and times are subject to change. Monday 100 DAYS YOUR DREAM HOME 8 p.m. on HGTV. Hosted by the husband-and-wife team …

What’s on TV This Week: ‘We Own This City’ and the NFL Draft

[ad_1] Between network, cable, and streaming, the modern television landscape is vast. Here are some of the TV series, special programs and movies that will be screened between April 25 and May 1. Details and times are subject to change. Monday 100 DAYS YOUR DREAM HOME 8 p.m. on HGTV. Hosted by the husband-and-wife team …

USFL Tests Football Technology. The NFL Might Admit it.

[ad_1] The new United States Football League, which started last weekend, is betting fans will want more professional football before the NFL season kicks off. To win this bet, the league is experimenting with technology to keep games moving fast, make refereeing as accurate as possible, improve player performance and safety monitoring, and improve TV …

NFL Players Try a Different Boot Camp: Broadcast Booth

[ad_1] INGLEWOOD, California — Sebastian Joseph-Day, a former defender for the Los Angeles Rams, grimaced when he realized his mistake. Moments ago, before Joseph-Day’s practice rep as an analyst at the NFL’s broadcast camp last week, an instructor reminded him to stay neutral and not say “we” or “us” when describing the action at a …