Omaha.com - McKewon: Big Ten a traditionally fertile ground for linemen
Numbers don't always tell the whole story. But they usually don't lie. So when cobbling together a list of the Big Ten's top 15 players, it's hard to ignore that the league most consistently sends offensive and defensive linemen to the NFL. Eighteen combined in the 2012 NFL draft and 14 in 2011.
Detroit Free Press - Detroit Lions have no luck signing OL Riley Reiff
But the Lions’ first-round pick, offensive lineman Riley Reiff, remains unsigned with rookies due to report Monday for training camp in Allen Park.
CBS Sports - 2013 NFL Draft: California preview
Winning the Pac-10 Coach of the Year award in 2002 and 2004, Jeff Tedford has turned around a once-moribund program into a legitimate conference power. The problem is the team hasn't yet taken the next step.
Florida Times-Union - Griffin's signing not likely to have much impact on Jaguars negotiations with Blackmon
Despite the new rookie pay system, there are elements to contracts that have led to negotiations dragging. Before Griffin's deal, 14 first-round picks, including Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon remained unsigned. The offset language was one reason for that.
Boston Globe - Report: Five Patriots rookies fail physical
The Patriots' rookies reported to Gillette Stadium at 8 a.m. today to get training camp underway, and reportedly five players failed their physicals.
KCChiefsDraft - 2013 NFL Drdaft overrated prospects: Mountain West
The Mountain West Conference has some very talented prospects in 2012. Most of the talent is young or have already proven themselves on the field.