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ANTONIO BROWN TRADE
Antonio Brown was traded to the Oakland Raiders for the 66th and 142nd pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Antonio Brown will receive a significant increase in pay, as he now will make 50.125 million compared to the 38.925 million he was receiving from the Pittsburgh Steelers organization. In essence, Antonio Brown is obtaining about 19.8 million a year in new money by knowing what his true value is to a NFL ball club.
ANTONIO BROWN RAIDERS
Antonio Brown will look really good in a Oakland Raiders uniform and his diverse skill set on and off the field will compliment the Bay Area, as people can be themselves in this region of the United States. A lot of politics and obstruction really of Antonio Brown's career have finally played out over the last few months and I believe Coach Gruden is the perfect match for a high caliber athlete like Antonio Brown. This gives Derek Carr the one weapon he needs to excel this season when you have a vet like Jordy Nelson lining up on the opposite side of the field. These two should compliment each other extremely well and help one another create separation from defenders to make Carr's job that much easier. Both of these wide receivers are some of the best in the game at timing routes, so we should get to see all of Derek Carr's capabilities this coming season in Oakland. I actually compared on of our 2019 All-American WR recruits to Antonio Brown and stated that he was the best wide receiver in the NFL today. - Click HERE to read
KYLER MURRAY DRAFT PROJECTION
When it comes to Kyler Murray and his draft projection, it sounds like we are beating a dead horse, but if you don't know what is going to happen with the first overall selection, you have to sort of guess on what is about to happen next. Coach Gruden has shown significant interest in the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner, but now he is left without much to give up in the 2019 NFL Draft with the Raiders giving away two picks in this years NFL Draft. With the Cardinals also high on Kyler Murray as the number one overall pick and with them actively seeking a trade for Josh Rosen, I don't see the Raiders making a trade to move up. Thus far, I have them selecting Montez Sweat to help the defensive side of the football in the 2019 NFL Draft with the fourth overall pick.
MEL KIPER MOCK DRAFT
Mel Kiper from ESPN has a mock draft every year and it has become very clear he has to be paid off by NFL Draft prospects agents, as the likes of Ed Oliver and Nick Bosa were not the clear cut number one overall picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. Both have had their stock drop after Mel Kiper Jr stated that both were sure fire 1st overall NFL Draft picks and both had major red flags in their body of work, that I was able to locate that did not justify even a first round selection in the 2019 NFL Draft. That being said, the hype should get both Bosa and Oliver selected in the first round, as former projected number one overall picks, it might be steal for a NFL ball team or a complete waste of time and money.
HOUSTON TEXANS NFL DRAFT
I have the Houston Texans selecting Offensive Tackle Andre Dillard in the 2019 NFL Draft if he is still available at number 23, as he has a outstanding showing at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. We will be completing the rest of the 2019 NFL 2nd & 3rd rounds for viewing tonight at College Football Today and working on our college football recruiting sector. We also will be breaking down more Top 2019 NFL Draft prospects and also introducing more big time college football recruits, as evaluation period approaches for college football teams nationally.
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