Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma to look back at how each AFC team fared in last week’s NFL Draft. The Cleveland Browns had the No.1 pick, three in the first round and five in the first 65 – did this draft finally bring pieces to start a turnaround?
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy break down the first six picks of Thursday night’s NFL Draft, culminating in the New York Jets selecting LSU safety Jamal Adams to shore up the back end of the defense. A first-team All-American in 2016, Adams had been atop Greg’s wish list for weeks. As expected, Texas A&M sack man Myles Garrett went No.1 to the Cleveland Browns.
Greg DePalma and Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, conduct their final mock draft with just a week to go before the real thing happens in Philadelphia. In this edition, Mitch Trubisky (right) is the first quarterback off the board, but how does Christian McCaffrey fare among running backs?
With free agency now a week old, PSNs Greg DePalma and Ourlads.com G.M. and National Scout Dan Shonka conduct their first mock draft (first round) for the 2017 NFL Draft. While it should be no surprise that Clemson’s Deshaun Watson is our second quarterback taken, what is a surprise is which team we have him pegged for.
Greg DePalma and Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, conduct their first mock draft as the 2017 proceedings loom just over a month away. Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett was the No.1 pick to Cleveland, with the Browns also projected to take a quarterback at No.12.
Greg DePalma and Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, look back at who improved their stock at last week’s NFL combine and who may have slipped. While Clemson QB Deshaun Watson (pictured) alleviated many doubts, Washington WR John Ross ran faster than anyone but still isn’t worth a top-10 pick. Free agency also gets an update.
After years of inferior management and instability on the sidelines it appears the Browns have hired some solid people to run their organization. Now it’s up to G.M. Sashi Brown to find the right players. With over 100 million in cap space including nearly a dozen draft picks, Brown appears to have everything he needs to finally get this team right.