Grading the Draft: Kansas City

The Chiefs eyed their man all along as Jerome McDougle was the player they coveted to improve the defense…that was until the Eagles moved up and grabbed him. Then it was onto " plan B" which shocked everyone.
July 16, 2003

Conwell Departs, Competition Begins at TE

It always hurts a bit when a fan favorite leaves the home team, and the St. Louis media will certainly miss Ernie Conwell's stand up attitude locker room presence, now that the Rams long time tight end has spurned a good offer to stay a Ram, in favor of a five year deal with the Saints. <br>
April 15, 2003

Positional Analysis: TEs

The Vikings look to have addressed their tight end concerns for this season, but with Jim Kleinsasser's franchise tag only good for one year it might not hurt to look at one these 11 tight ends.
April 12, 2003

2003 Draft Value Board

Getting closer to the draft, here is our value board for all seven rounds. Extra players have been added in the middle and late rounds in anticipation of compensatory selections, as well as two/three fence prospects in the early frames. We have a total of 263 players on our board, 261 were selected in the 2002 draft.
April 10, 2003

Gamble on Greatness

Every year, there are players who have ideal physical skills who for whatever reason did not play up to their ability in college. Some step up and become great players. Others fall by the waste side and become disappointments. What differentiates Brian Dawkins and Trevor Pryce from Aundray Bruce and Mike Mamula? It's tough to say. It could be coaching. It could be opportunity. It could be simply the matter of a kid growing up.
April 7, 2003

Tight End Overview

Adding weapons to the offense has been the main focus of Carolina's off-season so far. With the recent signings of Jake Delhomme, Stephen Davis and Ricky Proehl, GM Marty Hurney has been hard at work acquiring players that can solidify the offensive attack. One position that hasn't been properly addressed yet is tight end. With the release of veteran Wesley Walls, the starting spot is now up for grabs.
March 18, 2003

Scouting Report: Mike Pinkard

Two year starter who played behind former first round pick Todd Heap early in his career. Had career highs of 31 receptions, 536 yards and 5 scores as a senior, after 9/158/1 the prior year. Originally started his college career at defensive end.
March 10, 2003