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Bengals among teams interested in Durant

By Carlos "Big C" Holmes
Cox News Service
03/26/2007

As NFL teams prepare for the April draft, talent evaluators like myself continue to ask the age-old question in regards to small-school talent.

When are general managers going to get over that "level of competition" stigma and start drafting who they perceived to be the best playe... Read more

Bengals could have their eyes on Wynn

By Carlos "Big C" Holmes
Cox News Service
03/19/2007

Don't be surprised if former Reading High School football star RB DeShawn Wynn ends up with the Cincinnati Bengals on draft day.

The Florida Gator running back has eased his way up the charts ever since his performance in the National Championship game against Ohio State. Wynn continue... Read more

Receiver Mike Walker could be next Colston

By Carlos "Big C" Holmes
Cox News Service
03/12/2007

This year's draft class of wide receivers is turning out to be one the strongest and fastest class in recent years. With so much depth at the position, NFL scouts should have no problem finding this year's Marques Colston, who came out of nowhere to have an impact season for the New Orlea... Read more

Troy's Dielman gets his wish

By Carlos "Big C" Holmes
Cox News Service
03/04/2007

Former Troy High School football standout Kris Dielman reportedly left a boatload of cash, to the tune of $10 million, on the table in Seattle, who attempted to sign the highly sought after free agent offensive guard.  Instead, Dielman signed a six-year deal with the San Diego Chargers worth... Read more

Big C at the Combine: What are the Bengals and Browns looking for?

By Carlos "Big C" Holmes
Cox News Service
02/26/2007

Sunday was the last day for media to attend the NFL combine with the final day of testing due to take place on Tuesday. However, over the last four days the draft picture has become clearer as teams express their interest in certain prospects during the five days of testing.

Here are some ... Read more