The NFL Draft kicks off this Thursday evening and will run through Saturday night. Be prepared and updated no matter where you are this weekend with these essential iPhone, Android, and iPad NFL Draft apps for 2013.
The 2013 NFL Draft appears like it will be much more unpredictable than most drafts. With no clear consensus superstars at the top of the draft, everything will be up for grabs beginning this Thursday night at 8:00PM ET. You won’t have to miss a bit of action as NFL.com will broadcast the entire draft from Thursday night through Saturday live online at NFL.com.
Former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor sits down with ESPN’s Jon Gruden. This is a sneak peek of the full interview with Gruden that will be aired in parts next week. We’ll
Is it just me, or does he almost say “I need the” (money) at about the 2:00 mark? Continue Reading >
The Philadelphia Eagles selected an Offensive Lineman Danny Watkins from Baylor with the 23rd pick in the 1st round. He comes with a fantastic back story. Watkins is a Canadian born former hockey and rugby player and part-time firefighter who initially went to Butte Jr. College with the intention of becoming a full-time firefighter. Continue Reading >
Every year when the NFL Draft rolls around we are reminded of some of the biggest draft blunders, the busts, of all-time. At the forefront of many of these annual discussions is Tony Mandarich, “The Incredible Bulk,” and “The Best Offensive Line Prospect Ever,” as Sports Illustrated famously dubbed him back in 1989. Mandarich was huge. Massive. With an ego and a mean streak to match. Video clips of his college exploits featured Mandarich either flattening opponents or simply tossing them around like a man playing with boys. In the end, he turned out to be a posted boy for steroid use in the NFL and synonymous with the term “Bust.”
The NFL Draft kicks off on Thursday April 28th at 8PM ET. If you are looking for a great mobile app to stay caught up with all the selections and 2011 Draft prospects, check out some of these mobile apps.
The 2011 NFL Draft will begin this Thursday at 8PM ET. The first round will take place on Thursday evening, followed by the second and the third rounds on Friday, April 29 beginning at 6 PM ET. Rounds 4-7 will be held Saturday April 30 starting at 12 noon ET. The NFL Draft will be broadcast live on both ESPN and the NFL Network, but you can catch the draft in it’s entirety, all seven rounds, live online at NFL.com.
Last fall we reviewed the NFL Mobile App for Verizon customers, and the app has just been updated for the 2011 NFL Draft which takes place April 28th–30th. The update brings an NFL Draft tracker and profile information on virtually every NFL Draft prospect. The only caveats are that you must be a Verizon customer with a supported phone and data plan.
This week we’ve been taking a look at some mobile apps that help fans prepare for the 2011 NFL Draft, such as Pro Football Weekly’s Draft App. The NFL’s official iPhone and iPad apps have recently been updated to include content for the 2011 NFL Draft.
Looking for a good quality app that will keep you in the know for the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft? The Pro Football Weekly Draft app for iPhone, iPad and Android comes in both free and premium (paid) versions, and both are have a lot of great NFL Draft content.
The Philadelphia Eagles recently released what we believe is the first team specific NFL Draft app. This free app is now available for both Android and IOS (iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch) devices. The 2011 NFL Draft begins on April 28th at 8pm ET and continues on the 29th and 30th.
Here’s a behind the scenes interview with ESPN’s Jon Gruden as he talks about working on his popular QB Camp segments where he talks with some of the highest rated ollege quarterbacks about to enter the NFL Draft. Continue Reading >
MNF analyst Jon Gruden sits down with Arkansas QB Ryan Mallett for part of his QB Camp series with this year’s top QB prospects. Arkansas alum and pro golfer John Daly even stops by for a visit. Continue Reading >
ESPN has released the initial edition of Mel Kiper’s first round NFL mock draft, and we’ve got the goods. Check out who Mel thinks will go where in the first round. Continue Reading >