With nearly half of the league's coordinators switching clubs, new playcallers abound. Pat Kirwan examines what the coordinator carousel means for affected teams.
The Saints finished dead last in 2012 against the run. Big John Jenkins -- all 6-foot-4, 346 pounds of him -- could be the run-stuffing presence New Orleans needs to return to the top of the NFC South.
The SEC produced more picks in the 2013 NFL Draft than the ACC, Big 12, Pac-12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, MAC, WAC, and Mountain West.
Did your team make the grade or fall short? Pete Prisco breaks down the job by all 32 NFL teams, and finds a few franchises that ace the draft and several that fall short.
What players will make their first-round appearance Thursday night? Jason La Canfora breaks down likely Round 1 talent into three groups to offer clues.
Often, 'the other guy' from the same school becomes the apple of an NFL talent evaluator's eye when he arrives to scout a marquee player.
Though John Jenkins was listed at 354 pounds throughout the 2012 season, the former Georgia defensive tackle said he played closer to 370. Now, after losing nearly 40 pounds Jenkins is reportedly down to 332. A well-conditioned Jenkins could draw the interest of several teams at the bottom of the first round later this month in the NFL Draft.
In Will Brinson's latest 2013 NFL Mock Draft, he has a few shakeups up top, but still sees a lot of murkiness out there before free agency, even after the franchise tags were handed out.
Free agency will definitely shuffle the deck. But Pat Kirwan turns some inside chats into his third in a series of mock drafts.
The Chiefs are solving needs (Alex Smith, Dwayne Bowe and Branden Albert), which leads me to believe a quarterback or an offensive tackle will not be their top pick. If they can't trade out, then Dee Milliner makes the most sense.

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