The Final day of the 2014 NFL Draft has begun, as well as former Florida defensive back Jaylen Watkin’s NFL career. The Philadelphia Eagles have selected Watkins with the first overall pick in the fourth round of the NFL
With the 4th overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins. How Sports Talk Florida sees the pick… The Low-Down… An electrifying play-maker with 4.43 speed and exceptional kick return ability,
It’s hard to believe that the NFL Draft is finally about 24 hours away. With Lovie Smith in his first year as head coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, there is a lot of pressure on the organization to make
NFL Draft week is upon us, and that means a flurry of activity on social media, including some last-minute mocks and an ever-churning rumor mill that has produced reports of Mike Glennon being put on the trade block and Johnny
Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ cornerback Alterraun Verner is a veteran on the team and he likes it that way. He spoke to media today about teaching younger players and how much he likes to use his experience to help others.
Now that the 2014 NFL Draft is almost 30 days away, it’s time to create a mock draft of the first ten players that will be selected. 1. Houston Texans: QB Teddy Bridgewater The Texans need a solid player
Heading into the 2014 NFL draft, the first five selections are wide open, which means the rest of Round 1 is a complete mystery as well. Nobody knows what Houston will do at the top of the draft or
Tampa Bay is depleted at wide receiver after trading Mike Williams. The Bucs need to address the issue on draft day, perhaps with Sammy Watkins.
Former Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins spoke to Dan Maduri on Florida Live this afternoon to talk about his experience at the NFL Combine and the upcoming NFL Draft. At the NFL Combine, what was the weirdest question you
Sammy Watkins talks about DeAndre Hopkins being a mentor to him and how he's working towards being a more complete player