The flame of Sochi’s Winter Olympics torch has been extinguished, the NBA and NHL seasons are well underway, and MLB Spring Training is next on the sports docket but take it from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in that there is “no time to sleep”, on NFL coverage that is.
The 2014 NFL draft class just finished up showcasing their talents and abilities in various positional drills to scouts, coaches, general managers and other personnel at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. That means each participating university’s individual Pro Day serves as the last first-hand look teams will get on the players appearing on their big board before the NFL Draft goes live from Radio City Music Hall in New York on May 8.
The NFL’s free agency period does not officially begin until March 11, when current contracts expire and players are free to sign with the NFL team of their…
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