April 2011

The New York Giants NFL Draft strategy has been the same for years; take the best guy available. The team did the same on Thursday evening, and the Giants may have very well acquired the steal of the 2011 NFL Draft by doing so.
Follow Yahoo! Sports on Facebook and be the first to know about the most interesting stories of the day. Though Mark Ingram Sr. was watching the NFL draft from a federal prison in Alabama, he and his son, Mark Jr., … Continue reading →
The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft featured the expected runs on quarterbacks, pass rushers and offensive linemen - although the order was surprising in many instances. Passers and the athletes who specialize in putting them on the ground will again dictate how the second round...
Not to be outdone by Great Britain's royal bride Kate Middleton, the New York Giants landed a Prince of their own when Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara quietly slid down the draft board in the first round where the Giants were waiting at the 19th spot.
For a few future NFL players, draft night was more like a hipster prom. New rookies like Nick Fairley and Julio Jones look fashionable in their tailored suits but added ironic accessories that made it seem like they were going … Continue reading →
This edition of the draft ranks as one of the league's most bizarre thanks to labor unrest.
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Danny Watkins put out fires and fired hockey pucks before playing football.
Quickish is a new quick-hit, real-time service that tracks the best analysis of the biggest stories in sports. From Quickish's editors, here is a selection of the best proclamations and exclamations, via Twitter, from the first round of the NFL … Continue reading →
The Carolina Panthers didn't pull any last-minute surprises, selecting Auburn quarterback Cam Newton with the first overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. The Panthers had been rumored to be considering four players at the top of the draft, but ultimately decided to gamble that...
By TOM CANAVAN AP Sports Writer

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