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Latest Links from the OBR Newswire
OBR Newswire on January 26th, 2011 AT 6:00 PM
These are links from the OBR Newswire for January 26th from 17:28 to 17:38:
- National Football Post – Senior Bowl Quarterback Report – Physically, Locker is the most gifted quarterback down here. He’s a talented athlete who is quick to get away from center his drop, looks natural on the move and has the quickest release of the bunch. He possesses a strong arm, can make all the throws and when he has time to set himself and can see the throw, the guy looks like a top-tier pick.
- ESPN – Big 12 Scouting Notes From Senior Bowl – Murray, who measured in at 6 feet and 214 pounds, is lean in the lower body. That could explain why he gets tripped up and goes down too easily. He has to get stronger in his lower body and also needs to learn to run with his legs higher.
- Yahoo – Wednesday Senior Bowl Notes: Morning Practice – I had not questioned the burst and initial speed of Oklahoma State halfback Kendall Hunter before Wednesday, but I really liked what he showed on Wednesday morning
- PD – Starting Blocks – Building Defensive Front 7 a Big Challenge For Browns – Somehow, this article looks kind of familiar.
- ESPN Sports Nation – Chat with Ben Watson – Welcome to SportsNation! On Wednesday, Cleveland Browns tight end Ben Watson stops by to chat about Super Bowl XLV.
- Chronicle-Telegram: Chris Tabor Has Big Shoes To Fill With Browns’ Special Teams – Tabor replaces Brad Seely, who left last week to take the same job with the 49ers. Seely has spent 22 years as a special teams coach, winning three Super Bowls with New England and leading units that annually rank among the best in the NFL. The Browns ranked No. 1 in 2009 in the overall special teams ratings of the Dallas Morning News.
Senior Bowl players draw interest from Browns
Don Delco on January 26th, 2011 AT 10:38 AM
Through sources on the ground in Mobile, Ala. at the Senior Bowl, The OBR has learned what players on the North and South rosters have received interest from the Browns.
On the North roster:
•Washington linebacker Mason Foster
•Oklahoma State running back Kendall Hunter
•Virginia Tech defensive back Rashad Carmichael
•Stanford defensive lineman Sione Fua
•Nebraska punter Alex Henery
On the South roster:
•Alabama offensive lineman James Carpenter
•Mississippi State offensive lineman Derek Sherrod
•Abilene Christian wide receiver Edmond Gates
•Louisville running back Bilal Powell
When time allows, we’ll try to offer up some for information on these players.
Latest Links from the OBR Newswire
OBR Newswire on January 26th, 2011 AT 8:00 AM
These are links from the OBR Newswire for January 26th from 07:06 to 07:10:
- Canton Repository – Browns passed on Super Bowl quarterbacks – Before he ever took his first question from Ohio reporters, Pat Shurmur said his goal is to coach the Browns to Super Bowls — plural.
- Akron Beacon Journal – Browns pick Tabor to lead special teams – Two down, one to go.
- ESPN.com – Mel Kiper re-drafts the 2005 NFL draft, and this time Aaron Rodgers isn’t forced to wait – 3. Cleveland went with Braylon Edwards, but White has had a good career and is on fire now.
- The Associated Press – Pro Bowl returns to Hawaii – Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith figures it shouldn't be too difficult to draw up plays for his NFC stars in the Pro Bowl this Sunday.
- Yahoo! Sports – AP’s NFL Awards on NFL Network during SB week – The Associated Press NFL Awards for the 2010 season will be announced on NFL Network during Super Bowl week, culminating with the Most Valuable Player award on game day, Sunday, Feb. 6.
- USA Today – All-Joe Team: The unheralded prime performers from NFL ’10 – Peyton Hillis – Many have focused on his pigment, but focus instead on his game.
- Canton Repository Blogs – Cribbs still bullish on Browns – “Next year around this time we (browns) will have just played.”
- FOX Sports – Cincinnati Bengals WR Chad Ochocincho to switch last name back – Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco said Tuesday that he plans to change his last name back to Johnson.
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