Our fantasy guru, James Morris, provides a Sunday update to help you set your fantasy football lineup for Week 17 Read More
Not all fantasy leagues last until Week 17 of the NFL season, but for those that do there’s plenty at stake during the final week of the 2012 regular season. We turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, for his weekly lineup advice. Read More
After Terrelle Pryor was selected in the Supplemental draft by the Raiders, the guys discussed what type of NFL player the former OSU quarterback could become. Chad Henne’s leadership was also brought up in this segment.
After months of speculation, the NFL has announced their plans for the 2011 Supplemental Draft as well as making a statement regarding the eligibility of former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Here’s the official release from the league:
The Supplemental Draft, originally scheduled for August 17, has been rescheduled for Monday, August 22 at 1:00 p.m. ET.
The following six players have been declared eligible for selection in the Supplemental Draft:
No other applications for the Supplemental Draft will be accepted.
The most important position in football is quarterback. You can try and argue with me about it, but I won’t change my mind. It is all about the QB. Last week, I took a look at five quarterbacks that could be on the move in the weeks ahead: Carson Palmer, Donovan McNabb, Kevin Kolb, Marc Bulger, and Tyler Thigpen.
As far as the Dolphins go, they’ll be signing (or possibly trading for) a quarterback once they’re able to do so – this has been made clear by both GM Jeff Ireland and Head Coach Tony Sparano all summer.
Garrett Campbell (Facebook): Is it going to be Chad Henne under center or do you think through free agency we’ll try and pick up someone like Kevin Kolb or Vince Young?
John Congemi: Garrett, I believe that Chad will start the season under center for the Dolphins. That said, if Carson Palmer, Matt Hasslebeck or Young find their way onto the roster, all bets are off.
Yesterday afternoon, former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor announced his intent to enter the 2011 Supplemental Draft. Sitting beside his agent Drew Rosenhaus, Pryor apologized to his former college coach Jim Tressel, and said he was looking forward to moving on to the next stage of his life. Good for him.
Rosenhaus then took the platform and in a sometimes (unintentionally) funny soliloquy, made a very bold prediction: that Pryor would be selected in the first round of the Supplemental Draft.