Sports Illustrated - Best 2013 NFL Draft prospects includes USC's Matt Barkley, Robert Woods
The book is barely closed on the 2012 NFL Draft, but it's never too early to start thinking ahead. Information is already being processed for next April's event, and it looks as though the early portion of the draft will be well represented by the senior class, with a number of versatile, complete linebackers available in the first round.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - Seahawks GM was 'uncomfortable' that no one talked about Bruce Irvin
In the NFL Draft last week, the Seahawks were clearly in the hunt for a quick and explosive defender. Their top three choices, according to General Manager John Schneider, were linebacker Luke Kuechly, safety Mark Barron and pass-rusher Bruce Irvin.
2012 NFL Draft: Predictions for the class of 2012
This week in New York, Sotheby's will sell off one of the most famous paintings of the last 200 years, "The Scream." The painting was Munch's statement on despair, the existential horrors of being. Thus ends my attempt at art criticism, but with the 2012 NFL Draft over, I can relate to feelings expressed in the painting.
MassLive.com - With NFL Draft complete, 5 big questions for 2012
With the 2012 NFL Draft completed, teams have a clearer picture of next season's roster. However, there are major questions to answer as we look forward to next season.
ESPN.com - Thoughts on the Big 12's NFL Draft
Absolutely fantastic to see Ryan Broyles find a home in Detroit in the second round. Broyles is a second-round talent, and it was great to see him recognized as such -- with NFL teams seeing enough out of his newly-rehabbed knee to know he's a solid prospect. No player in the history of college football had more receptions. I like his chances for a productive career, especially on a building Detroit team with a lot of talent, especially at the offensive skill positions.
Waiting for Next Year - Post-draft, Browns ticket sales jump 119 percent
With the dust following the 2012 NFL Draft having settled, Cleveland Browns tickets on StubHub — one of the world’s most popular secondary ticket markets — have seen sales improve by 119 percent, the second-largest jump in the National Football League.