10 NFL iOLs: The Now, the Next, the Needy

NFL Sep 6, 2018; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce (62) prepares to snap the ball against the Atlanta Falcons at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
In preparation for NFL training camps kicking off, we at Full Press Coverage will preview 10 of the most notable players at each position around the league.

49ers’ Offensive Needs During Offseason

Offensive needs
Heading into the offseason, the offensive needs for the San Francisco 49ers are not as significant and far less prevalent heading into the offseason....

NFL Draft Profile: WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina

Deebo Samuel WR-South Carolina HT- 5’11” WT- 225 lbs DOB- 1/15/1996 Year- RS Senior Recruit- 3 Star Grade- 81 NFL Comp- Percy Harvin Games Scouted- @ Vanderbilt (2018), Vs Missouri (2018), Vs...

Saints Film Study: New Players Contribute Big

The New Orleans Saints did an outstanding job this past Sunday, ripping out the win in overtime against the Atlanta Falcons 43-37. Drew Brees,...

John Douglas Vogel’s Three Round Mock Draft

Considering that I am leaving for Boot Camp on February 11th to begin my service in the Army National Guard, I won't have any...

Saquon Barkley featured in ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue

New York Giants rookie running back Saquon Barkley is among one of 16 professional athletes to be featured in this year’s installment of ESPN...

Cardinals Defensive Midseason Grades

Heading into the 2018 season the Arizona Cardinals expected the defense to remain one of the best in the league. Through the first half...

2018 NFL Draft: Top 10 Offensive Rookie of the Year Rankings

2018 NFL draft ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 26: Josh Rosen of UCLA poses with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after being picked #10 overall by the Arizona Cardinals during the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium on April 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Now that the 2018 NFL Draft has been completed it is time to put each and every pick under the microscope and dissect what...

NFL Draft Profile: EDGE Zach Allen, Boston College

Zach Allen EDGE-Boston College HT- 6’5” WT- 285 lbs DOB-8/20/1997 Year- Senior Recruit- 3 Star Grade- 82 NFL Comp- JJ Watt Games Scouted- Vs Notre Dame (2017), Vs Wake Forest (2017), Vs...

Gosh Darnold – Jets’ Rookie May Face Consequence After Contract Dispute

Gosh Darnold - Jets' Rookie May Face Consequence After Contract Dispute
Oh boy. Sam Darnold remains in a tricky situation, one that has lasted too long. As the Jets move toward their fourth practice, Darnold's...

Cowboys Expected To Sign Cameron Fleming

According to multiple league sources, the Dallas Cowboys will sign former Patriots offensive tackle Cameron Fleming this weekend. https://twitter.com/FieldYates/status/977619182836699136 https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/977619531068792832 Fleming was among the first free agents...

Winners and Losers From Arizona’s Loss to Chiefs

The Arizona Cardinals surprised many as they battled the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. A road game at Arrowhead Stadium led many to believe...

Can the Cardinals Slow Down 49ers Ground Game?

Just over 12 months ago defense end Markus Golden fell to the turf in agony. The Arizona Cardinals pass rusher had torn his ACL....

Five Prospects to Improve Stock at Combine

There is no doubt that teams make decisions on players thanks to their combine showings. Whether or not that is the correct way to approach the draft is another question, but it obviously happens. Look no further than John Ross a couple of years ago for proof. 

The Best and Worst Team Drafts of 2019

The 2019 draft is officially in the books, so not we analyze how the names printed on paper look before they ever don an NFL uniform. This year had some doozies, with shocking rises and surprising falls. Some teams maximized value top to bottom, others reached like crazy. Here, I give my picks for the team drafts I like, those I love and those I shove.

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