Pick-6 Podcast: Revisiting the 2012 NFL Draft
Before we move to the slowest part of the NFL calendar -- minicamps and then * nothing until late July -- we take one more look at the 2012 NFL Draft. It's the latest episode of the Pick-6 Podcast.
|The first round of the 2012 NFL Draft was one of the most exciting in recent memory. (Getty Images)|
The 2012 NFL Draft is in the books and all the back-slapping for a job well done will now be replaced by, you know, proving it. But before we move to the slowest part of the NFL calendar -- minicamps and then … nothing until late July -- we take one more look at last weekend's festivities. The winners, the losers, and the "Wait, they drafted (insert name) (insert round)?!" moments that defined the biggest spectacle of the offseason.
We also look at the draft strategies of several teams hoping to reverse their fortunes in 2012: the Colts, Buccaneers, Jaguars and Redskins.
Finally, the conversation turns to recent comments from Ravens head coach John Harbaugh who inexplicably went on the radio to called the Patriots' championships "stained" by cheating. No idea what the end game is in making such remarks but Harbaugh wasted little time clarifying his thoughts. In related news: Baltimore hosts New England in Week 3 of the 2012 regular season. Guessing Harbaugh will be reminded of his words in the days leading up to that game.
As for the latest edition of the Pick-6 Podcast, talking starts promptly. (And don't forget, you can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes.)
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