No Clear Choice If Chiefs Want To Draft A Quarterback from KC Star
The Chiefs spent the last several days setting their draft board in preparation for this week's NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. The process merely confirmed for new general manager John Dorsey that when it comes to quarterbacks, their homework is only starting.
Opinions on the top available quarterbacks in this year's draft are that varied.
"There is no quarterback where personnel guys can definitely say, ‘He's a first-round pick,' " Dorsey said. "There were so many inconsistencies in the collective group. There was not one guy that stood up and said, ‘I'm the guy in the position this year.' There really wasn't one clear-cut guy.
"There are too many technical flaws, scheme flaws. There are so many different variables that there are a lot of people all over the place on naming the top four or five guys and who those guys would be."
Inside Free Agency: Day 7 from The Mothership
Playing the left tackle position is also referred to as protecting the quarterback's 'blind side' and is known to be the most difficult spot on the OL.
Saints T Jermon Bushrod took ownership of protecting QB Drew Brees' blind side, as a starter in 2009, and has been an anchor at the position ever since.
Here's a look at some of what Bushrod, the only Towson player ever to be drafted by the Saints, has shown during his six seasons in the league.
2013 NFL Free Agency: Potential Giants' Target -- Glen Dorsey, DT, Kansas City Chiefs from Big Blue View
Glenn Dorsey has been a disappointment in Kansas City since the Chiefs took him with the fifth overall selection in the 2008 NFL Draft. Could he help the Giants as a run-stuffing defensive tackle?
K-State Notes: Kansas State 81, Baylor 61 from KC Star
Former K-State safety Tysyn Hartman, who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs, watched the game from a courtside seat.
Washington Redskins - Time For A Name Change? from The Independent
Still, the critics have a solid case. Could you imagine that museum where the symposium took place, in its hallowed place by the Washington Mall, being called the National Museum of the Redskin? Or try a few comparable variants (the precise degree of offensiveness is naturally subjective): the Washington Darkies, say, or the Washington Eyeties, the Washington Ragheads, the Washington Spics. No way.
Top 10 NFL Free Agents from Sportsrageous
Bowe is the receiver with the most complete set of skills in this year's free agency. At 28, he could be a good quarterback away from a true breakout season. Even though Bowe is just getting off an incredibly rich contract in which he under-performed, he is good enough to warrant another. Bowe has a nice career statline with 39 touchdowns, but never had a good quarterback in most of his time with Kansas City.