The 2016 NFL Draft will be held from April 28-30 at Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, Ill. The Players’ Tribune will document the draft with a unique glimpse into the lives and mindsets of some of this year’s top prospects, as they prepare for their NFL dreams to become reality.
Navy players have a lot in common. Most of us were under-recruited — not big enough, not fast enough. But we were just as competitive as everybody else.
This is the NFL Job Application. Next up is Reggie Ragland from the University of Alabama.
All the work that I’ve done over these last few months, preparing for the combine, my pro day and individual team workouts — really the work I’ve put in my whole life — is about to pay off in my…
This is the NFL Job Application. Next up is Vernon Adams Jr. from the University of Oregon.
To the Incoming NFL Draft Class of 2016: Nervous? I feel you. I remember back when I was in your position.
You don’t get through winters with an average temperature of 12.8° without being a certain kind of tough — the cracked-skin-dried-blood kind of tough.
Growing up, there was always a football lying around my house, mostly because of my uncle, Keyshawn Johnson.
This is the NFL Job Application. Next up is Sheldon Day from the University of Notre Dame.
Dear All 32 NFL Teams: My name is Eric Striker, and I want to bring an energy and relentlessness to your defense that you’ve never seen before.
This is the NFL Job Application. Next up is Nick Vannett from Ohio State University.
Dear Prospective NFL Team: My name is Laquon Treadwell, and I want to bring a championship mindset to your team.
This is the NFL Job Application. Next up is Blake Countess from Auburn University.