NFL Links: Spielman rightfully giddy

Posted April 23, 2012 @ 3:49 p.m.
Posted By PFW staff

Friday, April 27, 2012

A Minnesota columnist says he doesn't blame Vikings GM Rick Spielman for being pleased with himself.

Robert Griffin III can help rehabilitate Dan Snyder's image, says a Washington D.C. columnist.

It may take a few years before the Dolphins know whether they drafted the right quarterback, says a Miami columnist.

An Indianapolis columnist says Andrew Luck is on the clock.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Dwight Freeney says he's "committed" to being a Colt.

The Giants' Mark Herzlich says the team's starting middle linebacker job is his "for the taking."

An Arizona reporter says Patrick Peterson set a high standard for the Cardinals' next first-round pick.

Trading down is a fine option for the Buccaneers in the first round, says a Tampa columnist.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

A St. Louis reporter says the Rams dismissed trade rumors involving their star running back.

Joe Vitt said he's like "a substitute teacher" in his first press conference since the Saints chose him to step in for Sean Payton.

A Miami columnist is not buying that the Dolphins have not discussed where Ryan Tannehill should be drafted.

Character counts for the Raiders under GM Reggie McKenzie, says an Oakland reporter.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

A Philadelphia columnist says numbers don't do justice to Brian Dawkins' career.

The Titans are set to hold a competition for their starting quarterback job.

The Steelers will be "picking and hoping" on Draft Day.

A Seattle columnist says the Seahawks should steer clear of Ryan Tannehill.

Monday, April 23, 2012

A Miami columnist paints a bleak picture of the state of the Dolphins.

Titans GM Ruston Webster says he's not feeling a lot of pressure heading into his first draft in his new post.

A Minnesota reporter looks at what the Vikings could do with the third overall pick if they don't draft a left tackle. 

The Jaguars don't shy away from drafting small-school players under GM Gene Smith, says a Jacksonville reporter.