1. Don’t take an offensive player in the first round – The Lions have taken 14 offensive players, and just four defensive players, in the first round of the NFL Draft since 1999.
With the Tigers being postponed Tuesday night, many of you probably watched ESPN’s 30 for 30 Elway to Marino.
It seems that everyone and their brother has a mock draft now.
Because they do the on-location television coverage for the draft, the analysts who work for ESPN and NFL Network will know in advance who’s being taken in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Martin Mayhew wasn’t giving away any hints.
If you have a hankering to see some old friends announce their teams’ picks in the second and third rounds of the NFL Draft, you’re in luck.
Caputo: 3 Reasons The Lions Shouldn’t Select An Offensive Tackle With Their 1st Round NFL Draft Pick
So longtime left tackle Jeff Backus has retired.
If you like the draft, but don’t have time to spare — don’t click on the link.
The internet is thick with NFL Mock Drafts at the moment, and anyone with a passing interest might notice that 2013 is weak sauce.
Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan is putting millions of dollars on hold to chase a Big Ten championship.