All draft picks are important, a great player can be found anywhere and there are plenty of examples of it. Teams have to make good picks in the first round but stars can be found anywhere if teams are good enough at identifying talent.
One way to stay relevant is by producing a quality product, which the AAF did for the most part this weekend… even if the overall play was clunky at times.
The AAF will be the talk of the football world with action starting this weekend for eight teams across the country. The season will unfold over the next 10 weekends.
Ed. note — This post was made approximately five years ago when Brian Urlacher made his retirement from the Chicago Bears and the NFL official. Saturday night the defining Midway […]
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By Kyle Means, Regal Radio Brian Urlacher turned 35 on Saturday and a couple days earlier he turned into a former NFL athlete. As such, Urlacher avoids the kind of […]
WARR is receiving special NFL Draft coverage (1st Round- Thursday, 7 pm) from Corey Carmona, Director of NCAA Football for Full Scale Sports. Earlier this week, Corey ran his final […]
Ed. note – WARR is receiving special NFL Draft coverage (1st Round- Thursday, 7 pm) from Corey Carmona, Director of NCAA Football for Full Scale Sports. Here Corey offers up […]