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NFL Draft Scouts Top 32 Picks

Tim Tebow’s Advice to Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston

Scouts top 32 College Picks for the 2015 NFL Draft

Player Pos. School Grade
1. Jameis Winston QB Florida St 97
2. Leonard Williams DE USC 96
3. Amari Cooper WR Alabama 94
4. Dante Fowler Jr. DE Florida 93
5. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon 93
6. Brandon Scherff OT Iowa 93
7. Kevin White WR W Virginia 93
8. Todd Gurley RB Georgia 92
9. DeVante Parker WR Louisville 92
10. Trae Waynes CB Michigan St 91
11. Andrus Peat OT Stanford 91
12. Arik Armstead DE Oregon 91
13. Ereck Flowers OT Miami (FL) 90
14. Danny Shelton DT Washington 90
15. Kevin Johnson CB Wake Forest 90
16. Cameron Erving C Florida St 90
17. Melvin Gordon RB  Wisconsin 90
18. Randy Gregory OLB Nebraska 90
19. Malcom Brown DT Texas 90
20. Breshad Perriman WR UCF 90
21. Marcus Peters CB Washington 90
22. La’el Collins OT LSU 90
23. Nelson Agholor WR USC 89
24. Bud Dupree OLB Kentucky 89
25. Vic Beasley OLB Clemson 89
26. Eddie Goldman DT Florida St 89
27. Phillip Dorsett WR Miami (FL) 88
28. Devin Smith WR Ohio State 88
29. Eric Kendricks ILB UCLA 88
30. Jaelen Strong WR Arizona St 88
31. Shane Ray OLB Missouri 88
32. D.J. Humphries OT Florida 88

Michael Sam Will Tackle the ‘DWTS’ Ballroom Hardwood

Michael Sam on Dancing With the Stars“Dancing With the Stars” season 20—the 10th anniversary of the show’s premiere—will debut on Monday, March 16 on ABC.

The cast announcement for season 20 of Dancing With The Stars is tomorrow!

The Dancing with the Stars 2015 spring celebrity cast will be confirmed on Good Morning America Tuesday morning, but some scoop on the new season is starting to emerge now. Very few celebrity participants have been confirmed as of yet, but now footballer Michael Sam reportedly will be strutting his stuff this spring.

Super Bowl Questions and Trivia

Super Bowl Quiz and TriviaSuper Bowl XLIX New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks is scheduled to be played on February 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30pm MST (6:30pm EST/23:30 UTC). This will be the second Super Bowl played in that stadium (XLII), and the third one held in the Phoenix metropolitan area (XXX at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe).

The game will be broadcast in the United States by NBC.


 Super Bowl Trivia Quiz

1. Which player has participated in the most Super Bowls?

2. Which player has won the most Super Bowls?

3. Who has been the head coach in the most Super Bowls?

4. Name the four head coaches tied with the most Super Bowl losses (4).

5. Who is the only player to score three touchdowns in a Super Bowl game twice?

6. Which kicker holds the records for most field goals attempted (10) and made (7) in the Super Bowl?

7. Who kicked the longest field goal in Super Bowl history?

8. Who is the only player to rush for three touchdowns in a Super Bowl game?

More Super Bowl Trivia Questions and Answers Here

Former FBI Director Report on NFL Ray Rice Investigation

The NFL did a “half-ass” job investigating the domestic violence incident between Ray Rice and Wife in a Las Vegas elevator!

nfl half ass jobFormer FBI Director Robert Mueller has strong opinions regarding the  Ray Rice situation and has released a report based on his 4 month 4-month investigation into the NFL’s handling of the incident.

In  the report…he basically says  that the NFL essentially “dropped the ball.”

Mueller’s Investigated concluded that: “The NFL should have done more with the information it had.”

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Chris Conte Playing in the NFL is Worth a Shorter Life

 Chicago Bears Chris Conte thinks playing in the NFL is worth having a shorter life.

Chicago Bears Safety Chris ConteChris Conte, a safety in the NFL shared his thoughts about the sport on WBBM-AM 780’s pregame show on Monday.

Conte, 25, did not play during Monday night’s 31-15 loss to the New Orleans Saints because of a back injury. He has been injured several times this season, including a pair of concussions.

Conte said he is not worried about the long-term health risks associated with playing professional football, according to a transcription from The Chicago Tribune‘s Rich Campbell.

I’d rather have the experience of playing in the NFL and die 10 to 15 years earlier than not play in the NFL and have a long life,” he said.”I don’t really look toward my life after football. I’ll figure things out when I get there. As long as I outlive my parents.”