Some rookies are getting right to work this weekend.
Nine NFL teams open their rookie minicamps today, May 4. The three-day session runs through Sunday, May 6.
Those nine teams holding their rookie camp this weekend include: Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers, and Seattle Seahawks.
The moment of destiny arrives: Draft Day brings drama and exhilaration for the top prospects of Destination Dallas. UCLA’s Josh Rosen vows to win Super Bowls for the Arizona Cardinals. Florida State’s Derwin James is California dreaming after being drafted by the Los Angeles Chargers. Oklahoma’s Orlando Brown will follow in his father’s massive footsteps after his selection by the Baltimore Ravens. And UTEP’s Will Hernandez heads to New York with the Giants, determined to honor his family and his Hispanic heritage. Witness the rollercoaster of emotions up close and personal in this series’ unforgettable conclusion in the final episode of Destination Dallas: Drive to the Draft.
Biggest remaining hole after NFL draft for every 2017 playoff squad More I have no idea how the Bills started the draft with all the picks they had, jettisoned most of them in questionable trades and then didn’t spend any of the remaining selections on a wide receiver until Round Six (Clemson’s Ray-Ray McCloud and North Carolina’s Austin Proehl).
When I called on him heading for home, once he switched over to his right lead, he dug back in, Smith said. And he could have gone around again. He wasn’t going to let them by him.
In his heart of hearts, Baffert needn’t have worried. A brilliant race horse named Curlin sired the new hero. And for record, no horse ever ran in the mud the way Curlin did.
What happened today is what I have been daydreaming about, Smith said. I just knew he was capable of this. My job was just to get him out of there. I did that, and the rest is up to him.
Now, Justify is still unbeaten and the Preakness is next. There is no reason not to think he is a born history-maker.
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