"He has the attitude that nobody can block him," said fellow Cavalier Branden Albert, a guard-tackle who also might go in the first round. "Bring your hard hat when when you face him, it's going to be long day.
Albert is obviously a very confident young man. He was asked what NFL player he would compare himself to, and responded, "Walter Jones." . . .
Great quote from Bills coach Dick Jauron on what Dolphins VP Bill Parcells brings to any team he is running.
"Bill has a knack for finding talent, and getting that talent to play," said Jauron . . .
Steelers GM Kevin Colbert is an excellent interview you can learn a lot from. One thing he said on Thursday was pretty simplistic, but summed up the NFL perfectly.
"A franchise is only as good as your quarterback," said Colbert.
That is why the Jets decision at the QB spot this off-season and summer will have a big impact on how successful they are in 2008 . . .
On Thursday, Eric Mangini made it sound like there is a chance Justin McCareins will be back with the team in 2008. Most people thought he would be a cap casualty . . .
There is a debate in draft circles about whether Michigan's Jake Long is a better right or left tackle prospect. He played both for the Wolverines. It sounds like he would prefer to play on the left side.
"I love the left side - I'm left handed - I feel very comfortable on that side," said Jake Long.
But if the Jets pick him at six, they will probably play him on the right side.
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