NFL Draft

2020 Cleveland Browns Draft Recap

Today, we will be continuing our look at every team’s 2020 NFL draft performance with the Cleveland Browns draft. The 2020 NFL Draft has come and gone, and 255 collegiate athletes have fulfilled their lifelong dream of hearing their name called to join an NFL roster. In this series, we will be looking at each NFL team’s individual draft and reviewing just how well the team did at adding the next wave of talent to their roster. For part eight of this series, we will be looking at the Cleveland Browns draft. Browns Draft: The Selections 1st Round, Pick 10: Jedrick Wills, Offensive...

NFL Draft: Who Should Have Gone First?

NFL Draft: Who Should Have Gone First? The 2020 NFL Draft remains the most unique event of its kind. While teams have high hopes for their selections, whether or not they made the right choice is unclear. Cincinnati sure hopes they made the right selection by taking Joe Burrow No. 1 overall. However, Chase Young, who went No. 2 to Washington, was considered the draft’s top pro prospect. Other quarterbacks dotted the top-10, including Miami’s Tua Tagovailoa at No. 5 and Los Angeles’s Justin Herbert at No. 6. Despite instant draft grades and talk, most pundits and analysts normally reserve fully evaluating...

Redrafting the 2010 NFL Draft 10 years later

Redrafting the 2010 NFL Draft Across all professional sports, franchises look back at draft decisions and sometimes shudder. Every team makes mistakes. The draft is an inexact science. But some mistakes cost general managers and coaches their jobs, while others set franchises back for years. Look at Oakland’s selection of Jamarcus Russell No. 1 overall in 2007. Here, we’ll go back ten years, redrafting the 2010 NFL draft. After 10 years, it’s easy to look back and see the mistakes. Although not every team botched their first-round pick, many missed the mark completely. Of the 32 players selected in the first...

Lions, Giants Among Teams That Could Trade Down

The most excitement fans see from the NFL Draft is when teams trade their picks to each other. It builds suspense on who a team will take and what they gave up for the pick. This year, teams like the Lions, Giants, Browns, and Cardinals might be thinking about a trade. ESPN's Jeremy Fowler had posted on Twitter Tuesday that at least three teams could trade down. https://twitter.com/JFowlerESPN/status/1252648024469377025 https://twitter.com/JFowlerESPN/status/1252651777008324611 NFL Network's Tom Pelissero also reported Wednesday that the Cardinals could trade down as well. https://twitter.com/TomPelissero/status/1252933247358640128 The Lions is not a surprise being in the market to trade down as they want to take advantage of...

Tua Tagovailoa Conducts Private Pro Day

How We Got Here Tua Tagovailoa is one of the most intriguing prospects in this draft class. For most of the college football season, Tagovailoa was seen as the most talented prospect on the board. He played quarterback for the Alabama Crimson Tide, putting up sparking numbers and leading the Tide to a National Championship in his tenure. Tagovailoa injured his hip in mid-November that required season-ending surgery, ending his storied Alabama career. With a devastating injury such as one to the hip, there was talk that Tua's surgery would be career-ending. For everyone's sake, that was proven to be false,...

Dallas Cowboys 2020 NFL Draft Needs

In 2019, the Dallas Cowboys finished a disappointing 8-8. They finished second in the NFC East and missed the playoffs. But, like most off-seasons, the Cowboys dominated headlines from the get-go.   Dallas Cowboys Offense It began early last season. They decided not to extend quarterback Dak Prescott early and let him play out his rookie contract. At the time, the decision made sense. Although Prescott had a 32-16 record through three seasons, critics argued that he was a product of the talent around him. Boasting one of the most talented offensive lines, and a generational running back in Ezekiel Elliott, they wanted...

2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report: LSU CB Kristian Fulton

Kristian Fulton Scouting Report Height: 6'0 Weight: 200 lbs   Second-Team All-SEC by Associated Press - 2019 Preseason All-American by Associated Press - 2019 Chuck Bednarik Award Preseason Watchlist - 2019   Two-year starter at cornerback for LSU.  Five-star prospect out of high school according to 247 Sports.  In this scouting report, we'll breakdown Kristian Fulton's mechanics and evaluate his future as an NFL defensive back. Be sure to follow NFL Draft Lounge for more coverage on the 2020 NFL Draft. As always, you can finds on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.   What I Like: Man Coverage Ability On this play, Kristian Fulton is lined up across from a receiver that's arguably the...

Cincinnati Bengals 2020 NFL Draft Needs

The Cincinnati Bengals have been on the clock since the end of the 2019 season. Thanks to a 2-14 record, the Bengals hold the No. 1 overall selection in the 2020 NFL Draft. And naturally, since they were the league's worst team in 2019, they have a number of needs in 2020.  Bengals Draft Needs  Considering the team finished 2019 at 2-14, the Bengals have many holes to fill on their roster. While it's not all going to come from the draft, Cincinnati should be able to address these areas of weakness in April, especially considering how deep some of these...

Mid-Round Spotlight – Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota

The 2020 NFL Draft boasts one of the best wide receiver classes in recent memory. And while players like Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb, and Henry Ruggs III are getting all the hype, there will be starting-caliber prospects available much later on. One of the prospects with a spotlight on him is Minnesota's Tyler Johnson, a productive senior who may end up being better in the NFL than he was in college. Johnson played quarterback and defensive back at North Community High School, but switched to WR after enrolling at Minnesota. Despite his inexperience at the position, Johnson was able to...

NFL Combine Releases List of Invites for 2020

Now that the Super Bowl has come and gone, and the college all-star circuit is complete, it's time to focus on the 2020 NFL Draft. One of the most integral parts of the draft process is the NFL Combine. The NFL Scouting Combine is a week-long showcase in February at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the home of the Indianapolis Colts. The Combine sees draft-eligible college players partake in a variety of tests in front of NFL coaches and GMs, and also scouts. Some of the NFL Combine tests include: the 40-yard dash, Bench press (225-lbs reps), vertical and broad jumps, as well as...

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