Dan Reeves may be off the hot seat in Atlanta. A year after backing into the playoffs his job seems secure, as long as Michael Vick plays at a high level. One thing that will always be questioned is Reeves' draft day decisions. This time around the choices at the top were a little easier for him.
May 18, 2003
First team All-Conference selection as a senior after posting 48 tackles, 17.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks. Second team All-League choice the prior year after 38/13/7.5 when he also intercepted 1 pass and broke up 4 more. Sophomore totals were 34/11/4.
April 1, 2003
For the third draft in a row, it looks like another solid crop of defensive tackles will be available for the April draft. As many as five players at this position will hear their names called in round one, and another seven will fall off the board before the first day ends.
February 19, 2003
For the third draft in a row it looks like another solid crop of defensive tackles will be available this April with as many as five players at this position hearing their names called in round one and another seven falling off the board before the first day ends.
February 17, 2003
Each year there are a few prospects that slip through the cracks or appear as diamonds in the rough. More often than not, these long shot rookies come from small schools. They have somehow eluded the top-notch Division I programs and made their football splash as big fish in a very small pond. Here are the 2003 rankings of the best draft sleepers.
February 13, 2003