2021 NFL Draft

Tyler Linderbaum

Tyler Linderbaum Is Next Year’s Top Center Prospect

♦Age/D.O.B. 21/04.07.2000 ♦Class: Junior ♦Height: 6’3″ ♦Weight: 290 lbs. ♦Hometown: Solon, Iowa ♦College: Iowa Hawkeyes Tyler Linderbaum is a powerhouse, literally… The Iowa Hawkeyes are known for putting out some of the strongest offensive linemen in all of college football. According to the Hawkeyes’ strength coach Raimond Braithwaite, their 2020 2nd team All-Big Ten center, …

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2021 Las Vegas Raiders Draft Class Pro Comparisons

Let’s take a look at how the Las Vegas Raiders’ 2021 rookie class compares individually to some current NFL players. The Raiders’ first-round pick reminds us of a certain Pro Bowler… Round 1, Pick 17 OT, Alex Leatherwood Pro Comp: Russell Okung Alex Leatherwood proved to be an exceptional player while bolstering the Crimson Tide …

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Raiders’ Most Underrated Move Of 2021 NFL Draft

Depending on who you talk to, they’ll tell you that Malcolm Koonce could end up being the Las Vegas Raiders’ most underrated move. “With the 79th Pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, the Las Vegas Raiders select Malcolm Koonce, Linebacker from the University of Buffalo.” Following the pick’s announcement, the national media made their usual …

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Did Raiders Get It Right With Their Offensive Line This Offseason?

One of the more tumultuous aspects of this offseason for the Las Vegas Raiders has been rebuilding the offensive line. Question is, did they get it right? Tom Cable’s unit has been one of the most consistent facets of the Raiders these past few seasons. The development of Kolton Miller into a foundational left tackle …

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Raiders: Stony Brook’s TJ Morrison Ready To Put In Work

The Las Vegas Raiders continued adding undrafted players earlier this week, Stony Brook’s TJ Morrison, a defensive back, was among them. Many folks seem to overlook players added after the draft as ‘camp bodies‘ or ones that won’t make the final roster. These are fair points but at the same time, there could always be …

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