- Josh Weinfuss considers undrafted rookie WRs Larry Clark and Carlton Agudosi to both have a “legitimate shot” at making the Cardinals’ 53-man roster this summer.
- Both receivers would give the Cardinals a tall receiving option to go along with their faster receiving threats and veteran Larry Fitzgerald.
- In the end, Weinfuss believes Agudosi’s athleticism could help separate him from Clark.
- Mike Wells believes Colts veteran RB Frank Gore should be concerned about his job, given that he’s 34 years old and the team added a number of young, cheaper options this offseason at the position.
- Even so, Wells still considers the starting running-back job Gore’s to lose.
- Wells expects Gore to be a team player and do whatever it takes to help the team win, even though he’s just over a $1,000 yards rushing away from being No. 4 all time.
Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports reports that the Cowboys are closing in on being named the official host of the 2018 NFL draft.
Robinson says that the Cowboys are the leading candidate to host the draft, even though a few logistical and financial hurdles remain.
One of the reasons why the process had been slowed is the fact that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants to host the event at both AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas and the Cowboys’ multibillion-dollar training facility in Frisco.
“[The two-venue bid] was an outside the box idea,” one league source tells Robinson. “It’s definitely different. But just from the stance of how you put it together and the costs, you’re doubling up on some of the costs and just the sheer logistics of creating two draft sites. It’s a little more complicated, so [the NFL has] to sort through that.”