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NFL sees fewer injuries to starting quarterbacks https://t.co/7R9LsJTTPx— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 30, 2019
John Harbaugh thinks the NFL Draft should happen earlier in the calendar https://t.co/eILDszSOl5— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 30, 2019
I don't enjoy the endless Mock Drafts and "expert" commentary on the NFL Draft. I do enjoy that people on the outside have no clue what teams draft boards look like or what they are really thinking. Truth is many scouts don't know what their decision makers are thinking.— Mike McCartney (@MikeMcCartney7) March 29, 2019
Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown with a 6.89 3-cone and 4.49 40 at 226 pounds is absurd— Mike Renner (@PFF_Mike) March 29, 2019
If you think he's only a slot, I'd reconsider. Brown averaged 128 yards per game the last four weeks of the 2018 season with 183/187 routes coming out wide
Based on style of play, my 5 favorite players to watch in this class:— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) March 30, 2019
Their competitiveness jumps off the screen. 100mph at all times. My red star players in this class.
These things can all be true:— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) March 30, 2019
I love Aaron Donald
I love Ed Oliver
They both have elite quickness
Aaron Donald had much better hand usage & pass rush plan/execution/production. He didn't get uprooted vs run, Oliver does at times.
Ed Oliver will be a very good pro.
While I'm in full agreement on the flexibility of Flacco's contract, his 2020 pay isn't ballooning that much relative to the rest of the league. Compared against APY, that would still place him around 17th for QBs, and on the low end of veteran contracts.https://t.co/0Qky6SUH1O https://t.co/jc76YzvTTt— Nick Korte (@nickkorte) March 30, 2019
Really good, honest stuff on Jachai Polite's difficult Combine: “On the mental side, I made mistakes." https://t.co/j1qugSJNBH— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 29, 2019
Cowboys plan to use Jason Witten wisely https://t.co/f7h0PYhxLb— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 30, 2019
How you know Jason Witten is done with his television career forever pic.twitter.com/yRQVsvxwyd— Clarence Hill Jr (@clarencehilljr) March 30, 2019
For the first 3 months of the college hoops season, I thought to myself, "Zion's built exactly like a football player I know", and couldn't put my finger on who.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 31, 2019
As a few people I've talked to know, I realized about a month ago that it was Khalil Mack. Frames are very similar. https://t.co/8mXBI277SI
Gotta hand it to Josh Rosen: Questions of whether he's a franchise quarterback have now been a major part of the conversation of consecutive NFL drafts.— Seth Wickersham (@SethWickersham) March 29, 2019
HASKINS 1ST IN CLASS, BUT ROSEN ABOVE ALL: Five QB experts rank & scout the 2019 class for the Daily News but most also see Josh Rosen as #Giants’ best bet. Recreating a draft war room with @gregcosell, @3rd_Goal, @TonyPauline, @AllbrightNFL & @PFF_Steve. https://t.co/Dcx8j1ksnV pic.twitter.com/1n0mmd7O2Z— Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN) March 30, 2019
Derrius Guice and Kirk Cousins both in the house for tonight’s LSU-MSU clash. I’ve only seen one of them so far. pic.twitter.com/7vgXviMIFt— michael phillips (@michaelpRTD) March 29, 2019
That's odd Kirk usually waits for the 4th qtr to disappear https://t.co/Voq8tJGF2C— Redskins Rant (@RedskinsRant) March 30, 2019
Almost 20 people were hired at today’s event! An additional 20 people were offered a follow-up interview. If even just one person got a job from this event it would have been worth it.— PlayersCoalition (@playercoalition) March 29, 2019
Thank you to @TempleLaw @Impact_KandA @PhillyDefenders for helping us make this happen! pic.twitter.com/MnhC7pl7Vh
#UVA and Purdue have been consistent winners over the past decade. But neither program as played on college basketball's last weekend since the 1980s. For one of them, that will change after Saturday.— Mike Barber (@RTD_MikeBarber) March 29, 2019
"I'm embracing it. I think everyone's embracing it." https://t.co/tqVn6FaNgf
Whoa, an Ahmed Hill lay-in falls short and Duke survives for a 75-73 win.— Wayne Epps Jr. (@wayneeppsjr) March 30, 2019
Duke shot 58.4% in the second half and got 15 second-half points from R.J. Barrett.
Zion Williamson finishes with a game-high 23 points.
Kerry Blackshear had 18 points and 16 rebounds to lead Tech.
You cannot survive and advance by a slimmer margin than #Duke has the past two games. Holy hell they got lucky. Hill rushed it. He had so much more time. I feel sick for him.— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) March 30, 2019
This hit the web kind of late, or early, depending on your point of view. You might have been asleep. You might have been busy with other things today. Before the UVA game begins, may I suggest you read how the VT players handled how their game ended?https://t.co/a3pbL2i7ki— Paul Woody (@World_of_Woody) March 30, 2019
School photographer when I was seven years old: “Your name is Brandon?”— Brandon Marianne Lee (@BrandonHerFFB) March 30, 2019
“Your parents must be hippies...”
“Or they thought you were a boy...”
“Or they just don’t like you...”
Narrator voice: “There were retakes that year...” https://t.co/c3rkfJLZq3
P.M. 2.5 levels hit a whopping 763 in certain areas in Chiangmai and Chiangrai. Maybe it is time tourists should change their destination, as long as villagers are fined but agro conglomerates continue to burn mais fields and cause subsequent forest fires.— ThaiMythbuster (@thaimythbuster) March 30, 2019
Today the dirtiest day in years? Travelling through the hills in Chiangrai visibility less than a 100 meters in certain areas while on the road visibility is maximaal a kilometer. Another example of failing junta governance.— ThaiMythbuster (@thaimythbuster) March 30, 2019