Posts Tagged ‘melvin ingram’

San Diego Wins a Battle of Field Goals with Minnesota 12-10

By AP Nick Novak‘s 45-yard field goal as time expired gave the Chargers a 12-10 victory on Friday over Minnesota, after Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder struggled along with the rest of the starting offense. Nate Kaeding made field goals of 50 and 54 yards for the Chargers. Novak, the token training camp competitor who’ll most […]

San Diego Inks 1st Round Pick LB Melvin Ingram

The Chargers have announced that they have agreed to terms with first round pick Melvin Ingram, second round defensive end Kendall Reyes and have signed seventh round center David Molk. Reyes’ agreeing to terms was initially reported earlier this afternoon by Adam Caplan of The Sideline View. The 6-foot-2, 264-pound Ingram posted 21.5 sacks during […]

Gridiron Gab NFL Mock NFL Draft V4.0

  1. Indianapolis Colts, QB, Andrew Luck, Stanford The top rated QB for the last year the Colts make Luck the top pick in the draft. Despite the buzz that RG3 has been getting this is the right pick for the Colts. With the same skills and Peyotn Manning when he came out in 1998. […]

Analyzing The 2012 NFL Draft Class – Defense

Defensive End 1. Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina, 6’6 275 2. Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina, 6’2 272 3. Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska, 6’4 285 4. Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois, 6’3 265 5. Nick Perry, DE, Southern California, 6’3 250 Overall: This is a very solid group of prospects from top to bottom. The concern […]

2012 NFL Draft Top 100 Prospects

1. Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford, 6’4 235 (#1 QB) Luck would’ve likely been the top pick in the 2011 draft had he chose to declare. He has all the physical and mental tools you look for at the position; capable of making the players around him better. He should be the top pick in 2012. […]

Top Mid-Season Prospects for 2012 NFL Draft- Defense

NFL Draft Analyst Abe Munch Defensive End 1. Quinton Coples, Sr, North Carolina, 6’6 285 – Blessed with great size and athletic ability, Coples looks like he was created to play defensive end in the NFL. You can’t miss him, he’s a constant threat against the run and pass and is rarely singled up; constantly […]