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Schwartz was asked what second-round pick Darius Slay was missing by not participating in a three-day rookie minicamp that began Friday. "Hardly anything," he said, "other than getting a good look at him."
Packers sign most of draft classUpdated May 10 Share TweetWe noted earlier that the Detroit Lions have signed their 2013 draft class and that the Chicago Bears are one contract away from doing the same. Friday afternoon, the Green Bay Packers announced agreements with nine of their 11 draft choices. The only u…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThere’s not a trophy for getting all your draft picks signed quickly. In fact, other than a team’s negotiator being able to go on vacation sooner, there’s not much motivation at all. But the Saints joined the Lions in signing their entire draft clasSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetA look at the players invited to the Lions' three-day rookie minicamp, which begins Friday in Allen Park. Free agents with one year of NFL experience are also allowed to participate.Source: detnews.comShare TweetThe Lions were the first team to sign its entire draft class Friday, just in time for the start of rookie minicamp Friday afternoon. They signed first-round pick Ansah to a four-year deal worth nearly $18.6 million. His signing bonus was $11.9 million.
Are Suh And Romo Overrated?May 10Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith debate whether Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh and Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo are overrated.
Don Banks: Now the NFL's lone iron man, Fletcher reflects on his past, fut…May 10With the retirement of Tampa Bay defensive back Ronde Barber this week, the NFL lost one of its consummate professionals and a player who had become a hallmark of consistency throughout his celebrated 16-year career.
The 13th annual ranking of the NBA's top-50 players, Part 3May 10Welcome to the conclusion of Bill Simmons's annual ranking of the NBA's top 50 most valuable assets.