With Kevin White having one of the better combine of all the participants, there is a sentiment that he could have surpassed Alabama’s Amari Cooper on many big boards. The Oakland Raiders are Brad Davis Authentic Womens Jersey projected universally to want a receiver at the No. 4 spot, giving second-year quarterback Derek Carr a legitimate weapon.
Kiper believes if Cooper is bypassed by Oakland, there will be a potential frenzy of activity by teams hoping to move up for him.
“If Cooper is there, and Todd McShay has him falling to the St. Louis Rams at No. 10, I think there would be a trade. If he gets past the Raiders with Kevin White going there, I could see Kansas City or Cleveland jumping up to get Cooper. You can’t just let him fall all the way to the 10th pick.”
“He is open to returning to the Vikings,” Nelson Peterson said. “He hasn’t closed the door (and said), ‘I won’t play for the Vikings.’ He hasn’t demanded a trade.”
Nelson stated that much of Adrian’s problem with the franchise stems from chief operating officer Kevin Warren’s position last season, along with his subsequent promotion.
“Kevin Warren was a major player in the push last year to not have Adrian reinstated,” Nelson Peterson Brad Guzan Authentic Womens Jersey said. “We had our sources that we knew that Kevin wasn’t working for Adrian to get him back on the field and was working to keep Adrian off the field.”
Peterson was put on the commissioner’s exempt list following a Week 1 win over the St. Louis Rams when he was indicted on a felony abuse charge. Peterson ultimately pleaded no contest to reckless misdemeanor assault on Nov. 4. Commissioner Roger Goodell then suspended Peterson for the remainder of the 2014 season and said the star could not apply for reinstatement until April 15.
Currently, the NFLPA is suing the league to get Peterson reinstated, effective immediately. A judge’s ruling is expected to come sometime in early March.
Smith was the team’s second-leading receiver in 2014 with 49 catches and 767 receiving yards, hauling in a career-best 11 touchdowns last season. Baltimore currently has an estimated $5.7 million in cap space for 2015, according to Over the Cap.