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2015 NFL Season Primer: AFC South

Dan Kitchen, Contributor

September 10, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Sentry Sunday Scoreboard

As the NFL season kicks off this week, it is fun to look ahead and project what the storylines at the end of the season will be. Instead of picking who will play each other in Super Bowl L this year, this exercise will go division by division looking at the players each roster has to offer, including...

2015 NFL Season Primer: AFC East

Dan Kitchen, Contributor

September 10, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Sentry Sunday Scoreboard

As the NFL season kicks off this week, it is fun to look ahead and project what the storylines at the end of the season will be. Instead of picking who will play each other in Super Bowl L this year, this exercise will go division by division looking at the players each roster has to offer, including...

2015 NFL Season Primer: AFC West

Dan Kitchen, Contributor

September 10, 2015


Filed under Sentry Sunday Scoreboard

As the NFL season kicks off this week, it is fun to look ahead and project what the storylines at the end of the season will be. Instead of picking who will play each other in Super Bowl L this year, this exercise will go division by division looking at the players each roster has to offer, including...

2015 NFL Draft: A Day 1 Recap

2015 NFL Draft: A Day 1 Recap

Daniel Kitchen, Staff Writer

May 1, 2015


Filed under Sentry Sunday Scoreboard

With a first day in the books that lacked the chaos of the typical opening night of the draft, it's nice to take a brief look at which teams made some of the better (or not so much) choices of the opening round. Listed below are three of the best and worst picks from the first round, along with the 20...

Day-Of NFL Draft Big Board

Day-Of NFL Draft Big Board

Daniel Kitchen, Staff Writer

April 30, 2015


Filed under Sentry Sunday Scoreboard

The big day is finally here. Hundreds of mock drafts, ranking lists, profiles, and everything else you can think of has come down to three days of utter chaos. Sure, Jameis Winston seems likely to go first overall, and Marcus Mariota will probably go second to whichever team wins a backroom game of Russian...

NFL Draft 2015 – Senior Bowl Recap & Pre-Combine Big Board

NFL Draft 2015 – Senior Bowl Recap & Pre-Combine Big Board

Daniel Kitchen, Blogger

February 20, 2015


Filed under Sentry Sunday Scoreboard

Ladies and gentlemen, the draft season is in full swing - the bowl games are completed, and the best of the class are in Indianapolis performing before the largest group of scouts and analysts they will see until the big day(s) are here. The importance of these events is shown every year, as the Senior...

Chasing a dream: The Antwan Eddie story

Chasing a dream: The Antwan Eddie story

Chris Mueller, Senior Staff Writer

January 19, 2015


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Antwan Eddie remembered it like it was yesterday. Just over two years ago, the Robert Morris football program was coming off a 4-and-7 record from the 2012-13 season. The future looked bright, with a solid defensive unit returning the next year and a few new pieces to the offense added. However, there...

2014 NFL Draft: One Last 2014 NFL Mock Draft

Dan Kitchen, Staff Writer

May 8, 2014


Filed under Sentry Sunday Scoreboard

The NFL Draft is but a couple hours away, and speculation is running rampant, especially given the additional time now that the draft has been moved back. One of the best draft classes in years has several elite talents fighting to be the first overall pick; one of those prospects may very well be the...

2014 NFL Draft: Final 2014 NFL Draft Big Board

Dan Kitchen, Staff Writer

May 7, 2014


Filed under Sentry Sunday Scoreboard

The time is upon us: fans are booking trips to Radio City Music Hall, Kevin Costner keeps taking on the task of saving the Browns every night at 5:35, 7:15, and 10, and experts are finalizing their rankings and mock drafts. My final Big Board of the year will review my top 50 prospects the day before...

Dalton making the jump from FCS to the NFL

Dalton making the jump from FCS to the NFL

Chris Mueller, Copy Editor

February 12, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

It doesn’t take bright lights and a big city to chase a dream. Just ask A.J. Dalton. A former All-American left tackle for Robert Morris, Dalton is on a quest to prove his worth amongst the NFL, a league where long-term, quality players are rarely selected from tiny FCS programs. But in his case, it’s different.   In Dalton’s particular circumstance, none of the outside elements matter. All it takes is one shot, one team to take a chance on the fleet-footed offensive line prospect that reigned dominance over the Northeast Conference for four straight seasons. “The NFL has been my goal all my life,” said Dalton. “When I came to Robert Morris, I knew that I was going to have an opportunity to play early, if not all four years. 37 starts later, I was in the position I committed myself to be in.” 37 starts later, Dalton is on the brink of accomplishing his dream. There wasn’t always a cl...