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The NFL Draft is a time for players to dress up, head to New York City, and soak in a fun evening that’s all about them. It’s a time when they can embrace Roger Goodell before spending the rest of their careers cursing him. The NFL Draft is also a time when players are shown on TV with their family members by their side. That means the draft is a time when wives and/or girlfriends become stars for the first time. Though our history of greatest WAG moments in the NFL Draft really only explores recent years when the Internet was in top form to pick up on the best-looking better halves, we’ll do our best to recap some of the best moments of NFL Draft WAG history. 6. RYAN TANNEHILL’S WIFE LAUREN BLOWS UP Ryan Tannehill was the No. 8 overall pick in last year’s draft by the Miami Dolphins, but if you were drafting players based on WAG rankings, he would have gone first overall. His wife, Lauren, received some camera time when he was shown on TV. She absolutely stunned in her red dress. ...
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The NFL will hold a moment of silence at Thursday's draft for the victims of the Boston Marathon attacks and Texas fertilizer plant explosion.
Commissioner Roger Goodell said at a pre-draft event Wednesday that the league would recognize the two tragedies that took place last week. The three-day draft begins Thursday night with the first round.
The NFL said Tuesday that it...
No. 5-overall NFL Draft pick Ezekiel Ansah was definitely sporting lens-free 3-D glasses on stage with commissioner Roger Goodell.
The fine print on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's invitation to elite players for a free trip to New York City strongly encourages them to stay as long as it takes to go.
Or in other words, stay until you hear your name.
In rare instances, this leads to the NFL version of the walk of shame, green room attendees not taken on Day 1 trudging back in their rumpled suits for Day...
BYU defensive end Ezekiel “Ziggy” Ansah went from obscurity and never having played football to becoming the #5 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
As we reported a few weeks ago, Ansah was also scheduled to graduate from BYU last night, but instead chose to attend the NFL Draft and shake Roger Goodell’s hand.
Ansah’s mother traveled here all the way from Ghana expecting...
I’ll admit it, when it comes to the NFL, I am a pretty casual fan. Being a Minnesota Vikings fan will do that to a person. It wasn’t always this way, I remember as a kid re-enacting spin moves out in the yard and diving to catch passes I threw to myself all while wearing my #20 Darrin Nelson jersey. But this isn’t about how the Vikings have torn my heart out so many times...
11) Roger Goodell brought out Joe Namath, Phil Simms, Barry Sanders, Joe Andruzzi and wounded members of the nation's military in a transparent attempt to not be constantly booed10) The only guy drafted from a small school in the first round went first overall9) If you'd like to make fun of Geno Smith still being in the green room, you've got the overnight to keep working...
This year’s NFL Draft isn’t loaded with big-time names, but it will still make for tons of good television. Here are some things to watch out for:
Roger Goodell hugs. The New York Times had a great explanation on how the tradition of picks hugging the commish came to be. I’m really hoping for an Obama-Pizza Guy hug moment. Or maybe one of these handshakes.
Keep your eyes...
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Twitter is usually the perfect companion while watching live events — sports, award shows, political debates, whatever. However, there are occasions when Twitter can become a nuisance for broadcast partners, and the NFL Draft ranks among the top.
ESPN and the NFL Network produce months of programming and content about the many potential outcomes of the...
The Browns traded up for Trent Richardson in the 2012 Draft, will they trade down in the 2013 Draft?
We are finally on the eve of the NFL draft. The 2013 NFL Draft is set to get underway tomorrow night at 8pm in New York City at the Radio City Music Hall. There will be no kick lines to be seen, but nervous twenty-somethings, and bear hugs by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will...
It looks like rumors that an NFL player(s) publicly coming out as gay has already prepped players for the possibility that they could be sharing a locker room together but, if they didn't get the implied message of tolerance from the league, the NFL announced that it will be putting their anti-discrimination policies in writing and on the walls of every one of those locker rooms...