Justin’s Final 2015 Mock Draft

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14) – Jameis Winston (QB/Florida State) I mentioned earlier that unless Winston does something completely stupid, he is going No. 1. It will be incredibly awkward, however, to see the first overall draft pick not go up to the podium since Winston will be home with his family for the draft.

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Seahawks Make Early Mark in Free Agency

The NFL free agency period began at 4 p.m. with a flurry of moves that dominated the headlines. Along with multiple players inking new contracts, 10 players were moved in trades. With a flurry of new moves and many of the top available players already signed – who were the winners and losers so far…

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Justin’s Post Combine Mock Draft

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14) – Jameis Winston (QB/Florida State) At this point, Jameis is going to have to do something really stupid to not get drafted first overall. He has shown that he is the superior prospect to Marcus Mariota, even with the excess baggage, which he seems to be moving past. Tampa Bay…

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Projections: Top 40 NFL Free Agents

With the 2014 league officially over, teams have been moving on to 2015 and roster moves have already been made. Free agency is 24 days away and many players will still be released before that day, but for the most part, the top free agents are already known and greener pastures may be in their…

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Nick Binioris’ Pre-Combine Mock Draft

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14) – Jameis Winston (QB/Florida State) Winston is the best QB prospect in the draft. Any questions about Winston as a prospect have to do with off the field things like his maturity and character flaws. I believe most of Winston’s issues come from maturity. A good foundation in the coaching…

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Post-Super Bowl Mock Draft

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14) – Jameis Winston (QB/Florida State) For a while, I have been hesitant to mock Winston first overall due to his maturity issues as well as the fact that Marcus Mariota had a super season. My opinion between the two changed when they faced off last month. Winston is the…

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Martin Brodeur Retires

by Justin Worsley St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur has retired and agreed to take a job in the organization’s front office. Brodeur joined St. Louis last November after spending his entire 21-year career with the New Jersey Devils. Filling in for an injured Brian Elliott, Brodeur went 3-3-0 in seven games with a 2.87…

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