It’s certainly not like 2012 when Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III went off the board with the first two picks

Rivers was a big fish in a small pond, but he has the athleticism that will ensure his pocket-collapsing edge rush remains potent at the next level. Plus, with two seasons under Bo Pelini on his resume, scouts know he’s used to getting screamed at repeatedly. With pass rushing at

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The paradigm has shifted to be smarter about how players train in a violent sport.

For instance, in 2015 Bret Bielema stopped doing them at Arkansas. Georgia Tech nixed them last offseason. And others scaled the practice back, like in 2015, when Georgia only scheduled one day of them, and it was rained out. The paradigm has shifted to be smarter about how players train

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Walden received a personal foul penalty for head-butting Delanie Walker without his helmet on Thursday night.

The head-butt (captured here in GIF form) happened shortly after Walker lost his helmet, drawing a 15-yard personal foul penalty. Walker called the head-butt “bush league” after the game and was upset with the fact that Walden wasn’t ejected from the game. Walden, 28, was signed by the Colts to

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Peyton Manning leads Denver to 8th win of the season

The Denver Broncos are the best second-place team in the NFL, and that means they can’t afford a single slip-up this season, especially against AFC opponents. Though things got closer than Peyton Manning and company would have liked on Sunday, the Broncos beat the Chargers, 28-20, in San Diego to

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Breaking Madden: Pat McAfee, Destroyer of Worlds

It’s easy to throw a dart at the Seahawks’ roster and find a solid player, but wide receiver Golden Tate is rising to the occasion at a time the team’s receiving corps is arguably its only weakness. Percy Harvin is trying to get himself in game shape, Sidney Rice is

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