Welcome, Guest Register Login Help
MLB Home Player News Headlines Features Injuries Transactions Contracts Depth Charts Draft Guide Season Pass Forums Scoreboard
MLB News
  • Realmuto clubs pair of two-run bombs vs Reds
  •   
  • Gonzalez crushes pinch-hit three-run bomb
  •   
  • Moose jacks: Moustakas homers twice in win
  •   
  • Flores caps Mets comeback with walk-off homer
  •   
  • Lindor's first walk-off homer downs Blue Jays
  •   
  • Braun goes 3-for-3 with a homer and four RBI
  •   
    NFL Home Player News Headlines Features Injuries Transactions Depth Charts Local Papers Draft Guide Season Pass Contracts Forums Scoreboard
    NFL News
  • Kelley still projected to start over Perine
  •   
  • Accuser in Ezekiel Elliott case speaks out
  •   
  • Browns view Duke Johnson as slot receiver?
  •   
  • Chiefs OLB Tamba Hali disgruntled over role
  •   
  • Sammy Watkins 'close to 100 percent' healthy
  •   
  • Anquan Boldin to visit Buffalo on Monday
  •   
    NBA Home Player News Headlines Features Injuries Transaction Depth Charts Local Papers Draft Guide Contracts Forums Scoreboard
    NBA News
  • Hawks claim Nicolas Brussino off waivers
  •   
  • Knicks unwilling to trade Porzingis for Kyrie
  •   
  • Kyrie Watch Possibilities: NY, SA, MIA, MIN
  •   
  • ESPN: Kyrie Irving asked Cavs to trade him
  •   
  • Woj: Pau Gasol re-signs with the Spurs
  •   
  • ESPN: Rose, Lakers meet for about 3 hours
  •   
    NHL Home Player News Headlines Features Injuries Probables Transaction Depth Charts Local Papers Draft Guide Forums Scoreboard
    NHL News
  • Preds lock Viktor Arvidsson up for 7 years
  •   
  • Jordan Martinook, Yotes sign 2-year contract
  •   
  • Detroit signs Tomas Tatar to four-year deal
  •   
  • Senators avoid arbitration with Ryan Dzingel
  •   
  • Colton Parayko signs 5-year/$27.5M contract
  •   
  • Wings, Tatar can't avoid arbitration hearing
  •   
    NAS Home Player News Headlines Features
    NAS News
  • William Byron wins Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indy
  •   
  • Sadler: Pole for XFINITY Series race at Indy
  •   
  • Burt Myers sweeps SMRS Twin-50s at Caraway
  •   
  • Sargeant again...wins at Lucas Oil Raceway
  •   
  • Earnhardt to start Brickyard 400 in 13th
  •   
  • Kyle Busch wins Brickyard 400 pole
  •   
    Golf Home Player News Headlines Features
    GOLF News
  • Hao Tong Li crashes the party w/ closing 63
  •   
  • Spieth reaches double digits to maintain Open
  •   
  • Grace cards the coveted 62 in R3 of The Open
  •   
  • Stallings leads Barbasol by 1; career-low 60
  •   
  • Rookie Murray second straight 64; trails by 1
  •   
  • MDF sends 11 to the exits at the Barbasol
  •   
    CFB Home Player News Headlines Features
    CFB News
  • Resignation saved Freeze from getting fired
  •   
  • Report: FAU may discipline WR Kamrin Solomon
  •   
  • TE Goedert will 'light up the NFL Combine'
  •   
  • Report: WR Kalib Woods likely done at FAU
  •   
  • Seminoles land four-star 2019 CB Dent
  •   
  • Chanticleers HC Moglia has trachea surgery
  •   
    CBB Home Player News Headlines Features
    AFL Home Player News Headlines Features Injuries Transaction
    Full Contact SBX Football League Manager Coach's Clipboard TRX Football Sandbox on USA TODAY Full Count Fantasy Baseball SBX Baseball League Manager NBC Fantasy Golf: Be the Ball
    Pancake Blocks - Football Strike Zone - Baseball In the Sin Bin - Hockey Winning your Fantasy Championship Driftwood - Basketball


    Fantasy College Football Breaking News



    Martavis Bryant: Jeremiah: Bryant is 'high ceiling, low floor'

    Martavis Bryant - WR - CLE - Mar. 3 - 1:38 pm et

    Clemson WR Martavis Bryant is a "high ceiling, low floor" talent, according to NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah.
    "Ton of drops early in the year, much better on later tape," Jeremiah said of his film session studying Bryant. The wideout is an athletic marvel -- at 6'5/200, he ran two unofficial forty times of 4.34 and 4.35 seconds at the combine, leaped to a 39-inch vertical, and logged two 10-yard splits of 1.53 seconds -- but his production vacillates wildly. Playing opposite Sammy Watkins in a WR-friendly system with a solid college QB (Tajh Boyd) should have produced bigger accolades for such a prodigious athletic specimen. Evaluators are torn, and they are right to be. Mar. 3 - 1:38 pm et
    Source: Daniel Jeremiah on Twitter

    To see more Martavis Bryant news items click here...
    To see more CFB news items click here...





    Advertisement