2013 NFL Draft
The Miami Dolphins may be ready to fill the team’s open left tackle job with Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Branden Albert if the teams can agree on draft pick compensation, depending on which NFL insider you want to believe.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers acquired cornerback Darrelle Revis from the New York Jets late Sunday in a trade that will send Tampa’s first-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and a conditional pick in the 2014 Draft to the Jets.
The Miami Dolphins have pretty big shoes to fill on either the left or right side of the offensive line heading into the 2013 NFL Draft. The Fins let LT Jake Long leave in free agency and will either move Jonathan Martin to left tackle or keep him at right tackle and draft a replacement for Long.
Last year, quarterbacks were the dominant theme heading into the NFL Draft with Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin, III leading the way. This year, it’s entirely possible a quarterback may not get drafted in the top 10 picks thanks to recent quarterback movements.
The 2013 Miami Dolphins offensive line is set at two positions, left guard and center. The Dolphins hope to be set at a third position, right guard, but it all rests on how much John Jerry wants the job.
Running back Reggie Bush enjoyed a career renaissance in Miami over the last two seasons running for more than 900 yards in each season. But Bush may have run his last play for the Miami Dolphins.
Florida linebacker Jelani Jenkins has decided to forgo his senior season and enter the 2013 NFL Draft. Jenkins made the announcement Monday despite missing four games this season due to a foot injury.
Florida State Seminoles defensive end Bjoern Werner will be taking his talents to the NFL next season, foregoing his senior season as a Nole, according to ESPN’s Joe Schad.
The Florida Gators head into the offseason trying to figure out what happened to its once vaunted defense in the Sugar Bowl. The answer to the question will be made more difficult because the team lost two of the best defenders on the team when UF next takes the field.