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Do NFL Rookie Starting Quarterbacks Last Long in the NFL?

Posted on 28 Apr, 2017, by in NFL

There were three quarterbacks selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft: Mitch Trubisky (2nd overall, Chicago Bears), Patrick Mahomes II (10th, Kansas City Chiefs) and Deshaun Watson (12th, Houston Texans). Trubisky and Watson have a very good shot at starting right off the bat as rookie quarterbacks, while Mahomes is probably the Chiefs way of letting Alex Smith know he’s not going to be their starter forever. More

NFL Rumors – Seattle Seahawks Could Start Rookie Cassius Marsh

Posted on 29 Jun, 2014, by in NFL

The Seattle Seahawks are a perfect example of a team that doesn’t look at the experience and numbers that come with a player: They give the best and most suitable ones the bigger roles. Rookie Cassius Marsh out of UCLA might be a fourth round pick and a defensive end, position the Seahawks are loaded in, but it doesn’t mean there’s no chance for him to start next season. More

NFL Rumors – Pittsburgh Steelers Will Make Le’Veon Bell Their Starting Running Back

Posted on 13 Jun, 2013, by in NFL

It’s weird seeing a team like the Pittsburgh Steelers looking so depleted at running back, but that was the situation at the position for them last season, which gives rookie Le’Veon Bell an excellent chance to become the team’s starting rusher in the 2013 NFL season. More

NFL Rumors – Cincinnati Bengals Will Make Rex Burkhead Their Number One Running Back

Posted on 12 May, 2013, by in NFL

After another playoff appearance last season, the Cincinnati Bengals aren’t planning on letting that streak end, hoping that the upgrades they’ve made to their offense through the NFL draft will be enough to take them beyond the wildcard stage. The most surprising addition, in the long run, might be Rex Burkhead, the sixth round pick out of Nebraska, making the strongest impression at this very early stage in training camp. More

Washington Redskins – Robert Griffin III Isn’t Your Ordinary Rookie

Posted on 24 Oct, 2012, by in NFL

Moral wins aren’t something people look up to very much, but it feels Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins didn’t take the 23-27 loss to the New York Giants as too much of a defeat. For them and especially him, they way they played and hung in with the NFL champions proved this team is ready to win now. More