Lamp-Feeney: the Chargers beef brothers

CARSON, CA-The hysteria of the 2017 NFL Draft is over. Now it’s time to get to work. That means first round draft pick (No. 7 overall) wide receiver Mike Williams, second and third round draft picks Forrest Lamp (guard, No. 38) and Dan Feeney (guard, No. 71) will be going […]


Chargers go bold with Mike Williams pick

April 28 Dennis J. Freeman 0

ANAHEIM-OK. Scoring points just came a bit easier for the Los Angeles Chargers. Melvin Gordon. Keenan Allen. Hunter Henry. Dontrelle Inman. Tyrell Williams. That’s a whole lot of offensive weaponry. Now throw in the mix of all that offensive firepower the talents of Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams, and you […]


Players’ choice at NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

January 23 Dennis J. Freeman 0

CARSON, CA-Decision time about the future for senior football players hoping to impress NFL scouts come quickly. Once the time tick down to triple zero on the scoreboard of their last football game, the time to make a career choice is almost imminent. That decision can be put off by these […]


A quarterback class of hits, ifs, maybe’s and stiffs

When you look at the quarterback situation in the National Football League, there really isn’t that much that separate many of the starters to the clipboard holders. With the exception of the top-tier group of quarterbacks, everybody pretty much look alike, sound alike, move the same way and bring nothing […]


Goff is That Guy for the Rams

April 29 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-Picking the No. 1 overall draft pick in the NFL Draft is a lot like hitting the lottery, if you’re that lucky. It can also be a waste of time and money, if you are unlucky. The Los Angeles Rams have been down this road before. In 2010, the […]


Pro Day an open audition for USC players

March 31 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-The hard knocks of the National Football League came calling at USC on March 23, as scouts from teams lined up in droves to get a chance to see what the Trojans had to offer, in terms of talent for the upcoming draft in April. This is not a […]


Chargers high on Melvin Gordon

Melvin it is. So, despite all the noise and chatter leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft about the possibility of the San Diego Chargers trading star quarterback Philip Rivers, the team decided to go after an immediate hole to plug in for their high-octane offense. The Chargers have been […]


Best of the Bunch: Our Top 5 NFL Draft picks

April 30 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Our rundown on the five best players in the 2015 NFL Draft. Beast mode starts with the ability to make things happen. From the quarterback position to the defensive line post, here is the breakdown in our Top 5 NFL Draft picks: 1. Jameis Winston, Florida State, quarterback. This is […]


Bruins Finish off Season Right

January 5 Dennis J. Freeman 0

If this was to be quarterback Brett Hundley’s last collegiate football game, at least the redshirt junior went out with a bang. A good bang at that. Hundley, considered the frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy at the beginning of the 2014 college football season, didn’t quite have the all-time game […]


5 Special Things About Russell Wilson

September 22 Dennis J. Freeman 0

1. Mr. Cool. Russell Wilson is James Bond cool. That in itself says a lot about the Seattle Seahawks young quarterback. That is something you could see from his NCAA playing days with North Carolina State and later with Wisconsin, which he led to a Rose Bowl. Wilson seem to […]


Chargers Go Defense in NFL Draft

The San Diego Chargers decidedly got a bit defensive during the 2014 NFL Draft. Though the Chargers were anchored by rookie linebacker Manti Te’o and All-Pro safety Eric Weddle last season, the Chargers went deep on the defensive of the ball during the draft process, including agreeing to terms with […]


Woods Catching on to NFL Dream

LOS ANGELES-Robert Woods Jr. had an amazing high school and collegiate football career. The former Serra High School and USC standout should prosper just as well at the NFL level if his past success on the football field is any indication. In fact, it wouldn’t be too far-fetched if Woods […]

Monday's Meditation

Monday Quarterback: Drafting Order

April 29 Dennis J. Freeman 0

The 2013 NFL Draft has come and gone. All of the hoopla and hysteria surrounding the league’s next round of stars and sure-to-come busts has gone bye-bye. The media circus has left town. The 20 million viewers that tuned in to watch the first round of the NFL Draft made […]


CJ Custom Clothiers Brings Style to NBA Draft

When it comes to the big stage of the NBA Draft, it’s all about the threads. The clothes matter. Outside of the NBA Finals, draft day is the league’s biggest party. That party starts with the wardrobe the players are wearing. The 2012 NBA Draft is no exception. People want […]