Thursday, May 5, 2011
BBAO: High marks for Detroit
By ESPN.com staff
We're Black and Blue All Over:
Tommie Harris and Olin Kreutz make Pete Prisco's list of the top 25 free agents.
Offensive coordinator Mike Martz on drafting Idaho's Nathan Enderle: "We didn’t draft [Enderle] to be the third quarterback. If that was the case, then there was no reason to draft a quarterback."
Linebackers coach Matt Burke likes what he has to work with in his group of linebackers.
The Lions' draft received the highest grade among NFC North teams from NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks.
Green Bay Packers
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has an excerpt from the new book on quarterback Aaron Rodgers. In it, Rodgers describes how his time in junior college helped shape him as a leader. "I learned a lot about myself that year, being an 18-year old playing with guys from all over the country and different countries: Canada, 25-year old center, guys who had been to prison, guys who had been bounce-backs from Division I, local guys and trying to be an 18-year old and lead those guys and figure out a way to lead them."
Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette offers his winners and losers regarding the Packers' draft.
Ray Edwards is carrying a lot of confidence with him into his boxing debut later this month.
Chip Scoggins takes a look at Arkansas offensive tackle DeMarcus Love, who was drafted by the Vikings in the sixth round.