The 2015 Football Garbage Time Staff Mock NFL Draft

Howdy, y’all! We all know that the NFL Draft is right around the corner, beginning on April 30th.  And we all know that the choices that all 32 teams in the NFL make that night will be a significant part in whether they end up with the Lombardi Trophy and the 32nd pick in a future draft, or if they

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Why the New York Giants Shouldn’t Take an Offensive Lineman in the First Round

The New York Giants own their first top 10 pick since 2004, and there’s disagreement among experts regarding how they should use it. For now though, the majority of mock drafts have the Giants selecting one of the top offensive lineman whether it be Brandon Scherff, Andrus Peat, or La’el Collins. But shoring up the offensive line would be a

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What Were They Thinking?: Team and Player Responsibility for DUI’s in the NFL

On April 3, 3:08am, PJ Williams, who was driving a rental car on a suspended license, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence (“DUI”).  Williams made an illegal left turn out of a McDonald’s parking lot in Tallahassee, swerved over the center line several times and almost hitting a curb before being stopped by the Florida State University Police Department. What

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An Interest in Players’ Safety or Protecting the Owners’ Interests?: New NFL Rules Impact on Player Safety

Player safety wasn’t always at the top of the list. Hall of Famer, Bill Hewitt, played both offense (tight end) and defense (defensive end).  But what Hewitt is most remembered for is refusing to wear a helmet.  He was the last to do so in the NFL.  During the course of his career, Hewitt played for the Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles

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