Articles tagged "2009 NFL Draft"
Aaron Curry Retires, Takes Stock of Career Highlights
Linebacker Aaron Curry was once the can't miss kid out of Wake Forest, the No. 4 overall pick by the Seahawks in the 2009 draft. He retired this week, but only after taking stock of his career high notes.
Flash-forward: 2009 AFC West draft review
Scott Kacsmar with the 8th and final part to his 2009 NFL Draft review. In the AFC West, fans laughed at the late Al Davis and his Oakland Raiders on draft day, but who's laughing now? Definitely not sobbing fans from Kansas City and Denver.
Flash-forward: 2009 NFC West draft review
Scott Kacsmar sets his omniscient eyes on the NFC West with Part 7 of his 2009 NFL Draft review. The lowly Rams landed a steal with James Laurinaitis, while the defending NFC champ Cardinals fell for the 'injury-prone' running back.
Flash-forward: 2009 AFC East draft review
Scott Kacsmar with part 6 of his 2009 NFL Draft review. The New England Patriots have dominated the AFC East since 2001, but find out why master manipulator Bill Belichick's 2009 draft class ranks last in the division.
Flash-forward: 2009 NFC East draft review
Scott Kacsmar with part 5 of the 2009 NFL Draft review. The NFC East generates a lot of hype and it seems anyone can win the division year to year. But there's no doubt who bombed most badly and who hit the biggest home run in the 2009 draft.
Flash-forward: AFC South strong 2009 draft
Scott Kacsmar with part 4 of his 2009 NFL Draft review. The Colts went to the Super Bowl that year with help from their rookie class, but they only rank fourth in the division, thanks to landmark 2009 picks such as Brian Cushing in Houston.
Flash-forward: 2009 NFC South draft review
Scott Kacsmar heads down south for Part 3 of his draft review. He says the 2009 draft yielded few big stars in the NFC South. The jury is still out on Josh Freeman, for example, while the 2009 Super Bowl champ Saints got only limited help from their draft class that year.
Flash-forward: AFC North's offensive 2009 draft
Scott Kacsmar with part two of our 2009 NFL Draft review. Defense rules the AFC North. But in 2009 draft many of its picks were offensive (and we don't mean on that side of the ball). Pittsburgh tops the AFCN 2009 draft class thanks to steal Mike Wallace.
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