Nearly a full month into free agency, the Steelers finally signed their first player Tuesday. It was -- yawn -- Leonard Pope. Not excited about adding a backup tight end? Well, this is essentially a repeat of last year, when the... more »
Due to the lack of suspense surrounding the landing points of Luck and Griffin, a lot of attention has been placed on the new home of the draft's third-rated passer, Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill. The Miami Dolphins are the odds-on favorites to select the athletic and strong-armed, if inexperienced (19 collegiate starts at QB after playing receiver his first two-plus seasons on campus), passer because of their extreme need at the position. And it certainly doesn't hurt that Miami's new offensive coordinator, Mike Sherman, was Tannehill's head coach at A&M.
However, the Dolphins cannot just assume they will have access to Tannehill with the eighth overall selection. The Browns, who hold the No. 4 pick, may have some interest in a new quarterback if they're unsure that Colt McCoy will be more than a game manager. The Kansas City...