ORLANDO, FL -- University of Central Florida wide receiver, Gabe Davis (13) catching a pass and running with the ball vs. the Stanford Cardinal at Spectrum Stadium. Sept. 14, 2019 (Robert D. Cobb/INSC Media & Photography)
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2020 NFL Draft: Why The Buffalo Bills Chose Not To Sleep On UCF WR Gabe Davis

ORLANDO, FL -- With the 2020 NFL Draft over with and many big-name wide receivers such as CeeDee Lamb, Denzel Mims, Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs all having new homes and teams, one name that could be a potential Day 2 steal could be University of Central Florida Knights wide receiver, Gabe Davis selected by the Buffalo Bills 128th overall in the fourth round. Davis, a 6’3, 212-pound junior from
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NFL: Does Trading for Dak Prescott Make Sense For The Miami Dolphins?

The 2020 NFL Draft is only days away and despite the CO-VID 19 pandemic taking much of the glitz from the event it is not stopping the rumor mill from going into overdrive. Much of the recent speculation has centered around the Dallas Cowboys and their star quarterback Dak Prescott. Both sides are mired in increasingly tense contract negotiations. Prescott and his agent have seeking a long term deal that
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Dak Prescott Trade Rumors: Could The Dallas Cowboys QB Be Heading To South Beach?

With the 2020 NFL Draft coming up next week, perhaps one of the biggest names in the NFL may be on the move in the form of Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Dak Prescott. Prescott, the third-year starting quarterback for the Cowboys is embroiled in a bitter contract extension dispute with Dallas, whom has already paid offensive stars such as WR Amari Cooper and RB Ezekiel Elliott, and received an exclusive franchise
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2020 NFL Draft: Is The Pre-Draft Hype Of Utah State QB Jordan Love A Real Thing?

With roughly two and a half weeks till the 2020 NFL Draft, there are many intriguing prospects who can either make or break the draft. Could Utah State Aggies quarterback, Jordan Love be one of them? Love, a 6’4, 225-pound QB out of Bakersfield, CA, has seemingly caused a proverbial tizzy as to where he might land. Some draft experts have him going as high as No.5 overall to the
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NFL Draft 2020: Three names you didn’t think to watch for in Round 1

This year's NFL Draft will be nothing short of a big surprise. With the entire organization compromised due to COVID-19 pandemic, no one knows what to expect. An event which typically takes months of organization, interviews, and meetings will be have to be organized remotely with the help of some popular apps like Zoom. However, we are sure to see a draft much different than the one we've become used
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2020 NFL Draft: Is Oregon Ducks QB Justin Herbert The Draft’s Second-Best Quarterback?

With the 2020 NFL Draft roughly three weeks away, there is much discussion as to who is the second-best quarterback after projected top overall pick, Joe Burrow. A case could be made for former Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa, but what about Oregon Ducks QB, Justin Herbert? Herbert, a 6’6, 236-pound senior quarterback, was a four-year starter up in Eugene, and thanks to his size, mobility and arm strength, he has
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2020 NFL Draft: Why Baylor WR Denzel Mims Is A Name To Watch Out For!

With the 2020 NFL Draft roughly three weeks away, while big-name wideouts such as CeeDee Lamb, Jerry Jeudy, Tee Higgins and Henry Ruggs are garnering all of the pre-draft attention and hype, one name that is quickly rising up charts is that of Baylor Bears WR Denzel Mims. Mims, a 6’3, 215-pound senior wideout, caught 66 passes for 1,020 yards and 12 touchdowns for the Bears, is quickly ascending draft