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NFL Draft 2015 - LB Vic Beasley - 2015 Yearbook Scouting Report -

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LB Vic Beasley - 2015 Yearbook Scouting Report

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Vic Beasley #3 - Clemson - 6-2, 245 - Sp. 4.55
Hindu Theory: Von Miller - Rating 92

Explosive dynamic senior tweener completed his career as a two-time 1st team consensus All-American. Also named ACC Defensive Player-of-the-Year in 2014. Fast quick twitch edge athlete that will likely play up as a linebacker in the pros after lining up as an end in college. Emerged as one of the rising prospects in this class after excellent back to back seasons and an eye popping performance at the NFL Combine. Showed up in Indy weighing 11 lbs. above his usual playing weight, yet still burned up the track with outstanding 40 times. Vic has perhaps the best first step in this class. Rare burst off the ball often gets tackles off-balance and allows him to cross their face. Displays flexibility to avoid their reach and turn the corner with superb closing speed. Besides his speed rush, possesses a balanced spin move to counter inside and a better than expected bull rush. Smaller than scouts would prefer if he remains at defensive end. More powerful than he appears, with broad shoulders and impressive upper body development. Shows he can get hands under the tackle's reach and walk much bigger pass-blockers back into the QB. Excellent pursuit speed, with the determination to chase down ball-carriers from behind and the explosive tackling ability to dislodge the ball. Shows good ball awareness, often ripping and tugging when he gets the chance and has seven career FF. Graduated prior to the 2014 season with a degree in Sociology. Excellent three sport athlete in HS. Recruited as a defensive athlete after playing running back, tight end and defensive end in HS. Sometimes will struggle vs the run when he loses track of the play, take bad angles or seems unmotivated when the play goes to the opposite side of the field. Sometimes takes on blockers too high and gets washed out of the play. Below average ability to anchor or set the edge vs the run. Lacks the girth to hold his ground against tackles or even tight ends at times. Lacks ideal arm length. At times seems content to stay blocked when his pass rush stalls. Projects as an OLB in either front best, though could be a 4-3 weak side end in some schemes. Among the very best pure edge rushers in this draft, though could be even better with more diversity in his rush moves. Good football character and the talent to be a major impact. Looks likely to be a top 10 selection in the upcoming draft. As a senior, he had 37 tackles, a team-high 21.5 TFL, a team-high 12 sacks, 9 QB pressures, 3 PBU, 2 FF, 1 FR and a 16-yard fumble return for a touchdown in 557 snaps over 13 games with 12 starts. As a junior, had 44 tackles, 23 TFL, 13 sacks, 12 QB pressures, 6 PBU, 4 FF, and 1 FR in 560 snaps over 13 games. At the NFL Combine, he came in at 6’2” even, 246 lbs. with 32 1/2” arms. He ran a blazing 4.53 time with a 1.59 ten yard split and did 35 reps. He added a 41” VL and a 10’10” BJ. He looked very sharp in the positional drills and had impressive times of a 6.91 three cone and a 4.15 in the short shuttle. He looked very sharp in the positional drills where he worked with the linebackers. Best suited for the attack backer role in a 3-4 defense where his playmaking ability off the edge shows an elite skill set. He flashed many of the same skills as Von Miller and Bruce Irvin, two fast rising prospects who jumped into the first round. He resembles Miller in size, initial burst and positional versatility. Needs to show more power to separate quicker and win on power as a bull rusher to compliment his outstanding edge speed. Fast rushers command a very high premium and this prospect will come off the board in the top 10-12 picks with his big upside and impact ability. Clubs like the Falcons, Bears, Saints and Browns have him earmarked for 1st round.
Draft Projection: 1st Round - Top 10 pick

NFL Draft 2015 - Wideout Breshad Perriman Scouting Report

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Breshad Perriman #11 - UCF - 6-2, 215 -
Sp. 4.30 - Hindu Theory: Julio Jones

Physical true junior playmaker has been one of the most consistent performers in the AAC since midway of his freshman season. Big strong frame with agility, leaping ability and deceptive speed to become a solid #2 pro possession receiver. Earned AAC honors all three seasons, working with Blake Bortles his first two years. Physical agile receiver who shows a burst of speed that allows him to separate deep and make big plays. He has nice quickness for a prospect of his dimensions with good run after the catch ability. After playing in a pro-style offense, he is a well-developed in reading coverage and running a full route tree. After the catch, he is a threat to score from anywhere on the field. Possesses very good hands and body control to make acrobatic catches. Deceptive separation speed to get deep with a long gliding style and the burst to track the ball well. He also has good open field running skills after he gets his hands on the ball to create problems. Components to become an early NFL starter - speed, quickness, hands and the running skills to make plays. His ability to separate and beat cover men deep will command attention in the early rounds. At the line, he needs to shows he can beat the bump and run vs NFL caliber defenders after rarely facing that technique or type of athlete. Ability to handle the physicality of the NFL game where his functional strength and athleticism allows him to win most matchups. He is dangerous on the slip screen where he displays good running skills after the catch and is especially dangerous on the shorter routes and best suited for the West Coast offense. His ability to find the end zone and his natural running ability will earn him a pro starting grade. He shows the ability to adjust his routes and come back for the ball. Developed nicely as a route runner with the ability to get in and out of his breaks well considering his size and bulk. He shows the ability to stay on his routes and go over the middle. On the deep pass, he has developed good instincts tracking with fine leaping skills, body control and hands to make big plays. Shows the ability to adjust quickly with the speed off the line to eat up a corner’s cushion when he comes off the line clean. Retains his speed well at the break point and creates nice separation with the talent to find holes in zone coverage to provide a reliable target. One of the best blockers in this class.
The Numbers: As a junior, he started 13 games and caught 50 passes for 1044 yards and 9 TDs for a 20.9 yard average that earned first team AAC honors. As a true sophomore, he started 12 games and caught 39 passes for 811 yards for 4 TDs and a 20.8 average and first team AAC honors. Over his short three year career, he caught 115 passes for over 2243 yards and 16 TDs. At the NFL Combine, he checked in at 6’2” and 212 lbs. He did not lift or perform the agility and leaping drills. At his pro day, he ran a sub 4.3 time with a 4.26 time and a 1.51 ten yard split. He added 18 reps, a 36.5” VL and 10’7” BL. He did not perform the agility drills.
The Skinny: Big fast developing playmaker with the talent to change games as a receiver. One of this class’s emerging threats, displaying the burst of speed to get vertical and fine run after the catch ability. He has a nose for the end zone and is very effective in jump ball situations in the red zone. Similar to Julio Jones in size, speed and playmaking ability. Marginal top 50 player and a good addition for a pro passing attack. Teams like Raiders, Jaguars and Rams interested. Talented prospect to be a solid NFL starter who continues to improve.
Draft Projection: 1st Round

Patriots Top NFL 2015 Compensatory Picks

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NFL Announces 2015 Compensatory Picks

NFL office announced 32 compensatory selections this week with Kansas City, Denver and Seattle leading the way with 4 additional picks each for the upcoming NFL Draft 2915. Baltimore and Houston will receive three additional picks each for losing more free agents than they signed during the open market in 2014.

The world champion Patriots get the highest compensatory pick with the #97th overall selection at the end of the third round followed by the Chiefs and Bengals to end the second day of the NFL Draft.

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NFL 32 Compensatory Picks

3rd Round
97 New England
98 Kansas City
99 Cincinnati

4th Round
132 San Francisco
133 Denver
134 Seattle
135 Cincinnati
136 Baltimore

5th Round
169 Carolina
170 Seattle
171 Baltimore
172 Kansas City
173 Kansas City
174 Houston
175 Baltimore

6th Round
208 Denver
209 Seattle
210 Green Bay
211 Houston
212 Green Bay
213 Carolina
214 Seattle
215 St. Louis
216 Houston
217 Kansas City

7th Round
250 Denver
251 Denver
252 Pittsburgh
253 New England
254 San Francisco
255 Indianapolis
256 Arizona

NFL Free Agency Update 2015 **** Eagles Restructure Offense Around DeMarco Murray and Sam Bradford ****

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NFL Free Agency Update
Eagles Restructure Offense Around DeMarco Murray and Sam Bradford

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2015 NFL Free Agents – March 17th -
Offensive Players
Quarterbacks

Josh McCown (Signed 3-year, $14M deal - CLE)
Mark Sanchez (Re-signed 2-year, $9M deal - PHI)
Brian Hoyer (Signed 2-year, $10.5M deal - HOU)
Ryan Mallett (Re-signed 2-year, $7M deal - HOU)
Christian Ponder (Signed undisclosed deal - OAK)
Shaun Hill (Signed 2-year, $6.5M deal - MIN)
Matt Hasselbeck (Re-signed 1-year, $3M deal - IND)
Blaine Gabbert (Re-signed 2-year, $2M deal - SF)
Kellen Moore (Re-signed 2-year, $1.825M deal - DET)
Tyrod Taylor (Signed 3-year, $3.35M deal - BUF)
T.J. Yates (Re-signed 1-year, $1.5M deal - ATL)
Jimmy Clausen (Re-signed 1-year, $1.25M deal - CHI)
Dan Orlovsky (Re-signed 1-year, $1.05M deal - DET)

Top Remaining Free Agents
Michael Vick
Matt Moore
Tarvaris Jackson
Matt Schaub
Colt McCoy
Jason Campbell
Matt Flynn
Jake Locker (Retired)

Running Backs
DeMarco Murray (Signed 5-year, $40M deal - PHI)
C.J. Spiller (Signed 4-year, $18M deal - NO)
Ryan Mathews (Signed 3-year, $11M deal - PHI)
Mark Ingram (Re-signed 4-year, $16M deal - NO)
Justin Forsett (Re-signed 3-year, $9M deal - BAL)
Frank Gore (Signed 3-year, $12M deal - IND)
Shane Vereen (Signed 3-year, $12.35M deal - NYG)
Roy Helu (Signed 2-year, $4M deal - OAK)
Reggie Bush (Signed 1-year deal - SF)
Darren McFadden (Signed 2-year, $3M deal - DAL)
DeAngelo Williams (Signed 2-year, $4M deal - PIT)
Antone Smith (Re-signed undisclosed deal - ATL)

Top Remaining Free Agents
Knowshon Moreno
Ben Tate
Stevan Ridley
Pierre Thomas
Ahmad Bradshaw
Steven Jackson
Chris Johnson
Jacquizz Rodgers

Fullbacks
Jerome Felton (Signed 4-year, $9.2M deal with BUF)
Henry Hynoski (Re-signed 2-year, $2.1M deal with NYG)
Jed Collins (Signed 1-year, $810K deal with DAL)

Top Remaining Free Agents
John Kuhn
Tyler Clutts
John Conner
Will Tukuafu
Jackie Battle
Montell Owens

Wide Receivers
Dez Bryant (Franchise Tagged)
Demaryius Thomas (Franchise Tagged)
Randall Cobb (Re-signed 4-year, $40M deal with GB)
Jeremy Maclin (Signed 5-year, $55M deal with KC)
Torrey Smith (Signed 5-year, $40M deal with SF)
Andre Johnson (Signed 3-year, $21M deal with IND)
Percy Harvin (Signed 1-year, $6M deal with BUF)
Kenny Britt (Re-signed 2-year, $14M deal with STL)
Cecil Shorts (Signed 2-year, $6M deal with HOU)
Brian Hartline (Signed 2-year, $6M deal with CLE)
Eddie Royal (Signed 3-year, $15M deal with CHI)
Dwayne Harris (Signed 5-year, $17.5M deal with NYG)
Leonard Hankerson (Signed 1-year, $1M deal with ATL)
Ted Ginn (Signed 2-year, $4.2M deal with CAR)
Jacoby Jones (Signed 2-year, $5.5M deal with SD)
Brandon Gibson (Signed 1-year, $825K deal with NE)
Harry Douglas (Signed 3-year deal with TEN)
Marcus Easley (Re-signed 4-year, $7M deal with BUF)
Brian Tyms (Re-signed undisclosed deal with NE)

Top Remaining Free Agents
Michael Crabtree
Stevie Johnson
Dwayne Bowe
Hakeem Nicks
Denarius Moore
Greg Jennings
Mike Williams
Nate Washington
Reggie Wayne
Vincent Brown
Miles Austin
Jerrel Jernigan
Donnie Avery
Derek Hagan
Robert Meachem
Lance Moore
Jarrett Boykin

Tight Ends
Julius Thomas (Signed 5-year, $46M deal with JAX)
Jordan Cameron (Signed 2-year, $15M deal with MIA)
Lance Kendricks (Re-signed 4-year, $18.5M deal with STL)
Owen Daniels (Signed 3-year, $12.25M deal with DEN)
Niles Paul (Re-signed 3-year, $6M deal with WAS)
Virgil Green (Re-signed 3-year, $8.4M deal with DEN)
Scott Chandler (Signed undisclosed deal with NE)
Lee Smith (Signed 3-year, $9.1M deal with OAK)
Anthony Fasano (Signed 2-year deal with TEN)
Matt Spaeth (Re-signed 2-year, $2.2M deal with PIT)
Ed Dickson (Re-signed 3-year, $6.8M deal with CAR)
Luke Stocker (Re-signed 3-year, $4.8M deal with TB)

NFL Free Agency 2015 - Top 50 Players

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NFL Free Agency 2015 - Top 50 Players

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Free Agents - Unrestricted & ‘Street’ - Franchise & Transitional Players

RANK PLAYER/AGE/ POS /LABEL
1 Ndamukong Suh (28) - DL - No franchise tag
2 Dez Bryant (26) - WR - Franchised
3 Justin Houston (26) - DE - Franchised
4 Darrelle Revis (29) - CB
5 Demaryius Thomas (27) - WR - Franchised
6 Jason Pierre-Paul (26) - DE - Franchised
7 DeMarco Murray (27) - RB
8 Greg Hardy (26) - DE
9 Julius Thomas (26) - TE
10 Byron Maxwell (26) - CB
11 Rodney Hudson (25) - OG
12 Bryan Bulaga (25) - OT
13 Nick Fairley (27) - DT
14 Mike Iupati (27) - OG
15 Pernell McPhee (26) - DE
16 Jerry Hughes (26) - DE
17 Jeremy Maclin (26) - WR
18 Terrance Knighton (28) - DT
19 Torrey Smith (26) - WR
20 Jason Worilds (26) - LB
21 Brian Orakpo (28) - OLB
22 Dan Williams (27) - DT
23 Stefen Wisniewski (25) - C
24 C.J. Spiller (27) - RB
25 Charles Clay (26) - TE - Transition tag
26 Jabaal Sheard (25) - DE
27 Jared Odrick (27) - DT
28 Chris Culliver (26) - CB
29 Justin Forsett (29) - RB
30 Malcolm Smith (25) - OLB
31 Orlando Franklin (26) - OG
32 Rahim Moore (25) - S
33 Brandon Graham (26) - OLB- DE
34 Jordan Cameron (26) - TE
35 Brandon Flowers (29) - CB
36 Stephen Paea (26) - DT
37 George Johnson (27) - DE
38 Clint Boling (25) - G
39 Da'Norris Searcy (26) - S
40 Joe Barksdale (26) - OT
41 Brandon Spikes (27) - ILB
42 Jake Locker (26) - QB
43 Percy Harvin (28) - WR
44 Bruce Carter (27) - LB
45 Michael Crabtree (27) - WR
46 Jermaine Gresham (26) - TE
47 Corey Peters (26) - DT
48 Shane Vereen (25) - RB
49 Mason Foster (25) - LB
50 James Carpenter (25) - G

NFL Draft - Two Round Mock Draft

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Two Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2015
After the NFL Combine 2015 / * Underclassmen

Photo - Wideout Kevin White - West Virginia

Team / W-L / Player / Position / School
First Round

1 Tampa Bay - 2-14 - .485 - * Jameis Winston - QB - Florida State
2 Tennessee - 2-14 - .498 - * Leonard Williams - DE - Southern Cal
3 Jacksonville - 3-13 - .515 - * Amari Cooper - WR - Alabama
4 Oakland - 3-13 - .579 - Kevin White - WR - West Virginia
5 Washington - 4-12 - .492 - * Randy Gregory - DE - Nebraska
6 NY Jets - 4-12 - .554 - Davante Parker - WR - Louisville
7 Chicago - 5-11 - .523 - * Marcus Mariota - QB - Oregon
8 Atlanta - 6-10 - .481 - * Shane Ray - LB - Missouri
9 NY Giants - 6-10 - .513 - Vic Beasley - LB - Clemson
10 St. Louis - 6-10 - .533 - * Dorial Green-Beckham - WR - Oklahoma
11 Minnesota - 7-9 - .481 - * Dante Fowler - DE - Florida
12 Cleveland - 7-9 - .473 - * Arik Armstead - DT - Oregon
13 New Orleans - 7-9 - .485 - Danny Shelton - DT - Washington
14 Miami - 8-8 - .513 - * Trae Waynes - CB - Michigan St
15 San Francisco - 8-8 - .538 - Brandon Scherff - OT - Iowa
16 Houston - 9-7 - .448 - Landon Collins - SS - Alabama
17 San Diego - 9-7 - .508 - La'el Collins - G/T - LSU
18 Kansas City - 9-7 - .525 - Bud Dupree - DE - Kentucky
19 Cleveland (Buffalo) - 9-7 - .521 - * Jaelen Strong - WR - Arizona St
20 Philadelphia - 10-6 - .490 - *Jalen Collins - CB - LSU
21 Cincinnati - 10-5-1 - .498 - * Andrus Peat - OT - Stanford
22 Pittsburgh - 11-5 - .451 - * Marcus Peters - CB - Washington
23 Detroit - 11-5 - .471 – * Eddie Goldman - DT - Florida St
24 Arizona - 11-5 - .523 – Cameron Erving - C/T - Florida St
25 Carolina - 7-8-1 - .490 – Devin Smith - WR - Ohio State
26 Baltimore - 10-6 - .475 - Melvin Gordon - RB - Wisconsin
27 Dallas - 12-4 - .445 – * Malcom Brown - DT - Texas
28 Denver - 12-4 - .521 - * Devin Funchess - TE - Michigan
29 Indianapolis - 11-5 - .478 - * Ereck Flowers - OT - Miami
30 Green Bay - 12-4 - .482 - * Danielle Hunter - DE - LSU
31 Seattle - 12-4 - .525 – * Shaq Thompson - LB - Washington
32 New England - 12-4 - .518 - * Jordan Phillips - DT - Oklahoma

Second Round
33 Tennessee - * Sammie Coates - WR - Auburn
34 Tampa Bay - Phillip Dorsett - WR - Miami
35 Oakland - * T.J. Clemmings - OT - Pittsburgh
36 Jacksonville - * D.J. Humphrey - OT - Florida
37 NY Jets - Byron Jones - CB - UConn
38 Washington - * Maxx Williams - TE - Minnesota
39 Chicago - Alex Carter - CB - Stanford
40 NY Giants - Eric Kendricks - LB - UCLA
41 St. Louis - * Bernardrick McKinney - LB - Mississippi St
42 Atlanta - * Todd Gurley - RB - Georgia
43 Cleveland - Clive Walford - TE - Miami
44 New Orleans - Hau'oli Kikaha - LB - Washington
45 Minnesota - * Tevin Coleman - RB - Indiana
46 San Francisco - * Brett Hundley - QB - UCLA
47 Miami - * Breshad Perriman - WR - Central Florida
48 San Diego - AJ Cann - OG - South Carolina
49 Kansas City - * Donovan Smith - OT - Penn State
50 Buffalo - Bryce Petty - QB - Baylor
51 Houston - * PJ Williams - CB - Florida St
52 Philadelphia - Derron Smith - FS - Fresno St
53 Cincinnati - Michael Bennett - DT - Ohio St
54 Detroit - Kevin Johnson - CB - Wake Forest
55 Arizona – Nate Orchard - DE - Utah
56 Pittsburgh - * Eli Harold - LB - Virginia
57 Carolina - Ty Sambrailo - OT - Colorado St
58 Baltimore - * Mario Edwards - DE - Florida St.
59 Denver - Owamagbe Odighzuwa - DE - UCLA
60 Dallas - Markus Golden - DE - Missouri
61 Indianapolis - Jake Fisher - OT - Oregon
62 Green Bay - Ifo Ekpre-Olomu - CB - Oregon
63 Seattle - * Nelson Agholor - WR - Southern California
64 New England - Cody Prewitt - FS - Mississippi

Frank Coyle is a long time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

Pro Day Workout Schedule 2015

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Pro Day Workout Schedule 2015

Photo - DE Shane Ray - Missouri

Dates / Schools

March 2: Minnesota, Virginia, Wake Forest, Troy, Chattanooga
March 3: Auburn, Pittsburgh, Northwestern, New Mexico St, James Madison, Sam Houston St, Tuskegee
March 4: Texas A&M, Arkansas, Mississippi St, Purdue, Weber St
March 5: Clemson, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, Utah St
March 6: Arizona St, Southern Mississippi, Northern Illinois, Appalachian St, Newberry
March 9: Ball St, Grand Valley St, Montana, Northern Arizona
March 10: Monmouth University, UCLA, Arizona, Kansas St, Akron, Kent St, Alabama-Birmingham, Army, Harvard, Samford, Tennessee St
March 11: Rutgers, Alabama, Southern California, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Colorado St, Louisville, Cincinnati, Marshall, Central Arkansas, Eastern Washington, Emporia St
March 12: Oregon, Michigan, Oklahoma St, Kentucky, Washington St, Fresno St, Wyoming, UNLV, Buffalo, Delaware, Idaho, Miami (Oh)
March 13: Hobart, Ohio St, Oregon St, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Georgia St.
March 14: Prairie View A&M
March 16: Toledo, Bowling Green, Idaho St, Montana St
March 17: California, Eastern Michigan, Richmond, Southern Illinois
March 18: Baylor, Georgia, Michigan St, Virginia Tech, Boise St, Boston College, Louisiana-Monroe, San Jose St, Memphis, Charleston Southern
March 19: Missouri, Penn St, Stanford, Western Michigan, San Diego St, Hawaii, Maine, William and Mary
March 20: Central Michigan, Valdosta St, Harding
March 23: Iowa, North Carolina St, Georgia Southern, Texas-San Antonio
March 24: North Carolina, Iowa St, East Carolina, Ohio, Northwestern St
Ohio
March 25: Tennessee, Syracuse, Central Florida, Kansas, Duke, Louisiana-Lafayette, Nevada, Southern Methodist, Illinois St, South Dakota St, Southeastern Louisiana
March 26: Utah, Tulane, North Texas, Fordham, North Dakota St
March 27: LSU, BYU, TCU, Missouri Western St,
March 30: Indiana, UMass, South Alabama
March 31: Notre Dame, Florida St, UConn, Yale, Stephen F. Austin
April 1: Miami, South Carolina, Florida International
April 2: Washington, Maryland, Florida Atlantic
April 7: Florida
April 9: UTEP

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