Chiefs to Host Geno Smith On Monday from ESPN
Former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, projected by many to be the first quarterback selected in April's NFL draft, is scheduled to visit the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Draft Spotlight - Day 8: Barrett Jones from The Mothership
During his senior year, Jones was on the move again, this time to center, ending with the Tide winning a second-consecutive BCS national title. He left campus with another consensus selection to the All-American and All-SEC teams, won the Rimington Trophy (awarded to the nation's top center), despite a Lisfranc injury (which was surgically repaired but kept him from most drills at the Combine) that limited his mobility over the second half of the season.
Away from the field, Jones is just as successful, finishing his degree in accounting in just three years, followed by a master's degree in accountancy and earning the Wuerffel Trophy for his play on the field and work in the academic and community service worlds.
Sandcastle Picks Florida State from FSUNews.com
But a recent investigation conducted by the FSView has revealed some startling facts about Mr. Sandcastle. The most alarming of our discoveries is that Mr. Sandcastle's alma mater, Primetime University, is fictitious. In addition, Mr. Sandcastle's true age is 18, not 22, as previously thought.
Once we made this knowledge known to NFL Warlock Ruler Roger Goodell, he informed Sandcastle that, due to the NFL's rules and procedures, Sandcastle will need to attend and play at a college for at least three years before eligible for the NFL Draft.
1. Kansas City Chiefs -- Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M: The Chiefs will have a hard time trading out of this spot without a top-ranked QB to drive the move. Joeckel or Eric Fisher will be a solid pick and a 10-year starter. I have been getting more positive feedback on Joeckel in the past week.