@Dinner The Patriots have no options at OT? Solder and Vollmer are both legit options when healthy. Not great, but legit. As long as Brady has all of his weapons and is able to get rid of the football quickly-their offensive line should be just fine. They added a couple of versatile offensive linemen in the draft that should be able to compete for one of the starting guard spots and backup tackle spots. Dante Scarnecchia is arguably the best offensive line coach ever because of his miraculous works over the years with no-named, off the street players. Dante will make their offensive line better. I don't see Pittsburgh beating New England at New England in the playoffs because of their weak defense, specifically their secondary. The Patriots got better on offense this off-season and Brady loves playing against the Steelers' defense.
This is Charlie Campbell's Monday 2013 Senior Bowl Prospect Meetings Report. Charlie is reporting live from Mobile, Ala., and he'll describe what he sees at practice and whom certain prospects talk to all week.
Here is a recap of the player interviews that were conducted on the field after Monday's practice by the North team. Typically, these interviews with area scouts are to set up longer, formal interviews for a night during the week. While teams say they "talk" to every player, teams do not take the time to conduct formal interviews with every draft prospect, so this can be a clue as to which players are on their radar.
Baltimore - Illinois defensive end Michael Buchanan, Notre Dame center Braxston Cave, Oregon running back Kenjon Barner, San Jose State tight end Ryan Otten, San Jose State offensive lineman David Quessenberry, and Texas defensive end Alex Okafor.
Chicago - UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin.
Cincinnati - Ohio State linebacker/defensive end John Simon.
Denver - Kent State offensive tackle Brian Winters.
Indianapolis - North Carolina defensive tackle Sylvester Williams.
Kansas City - Colorado tight end Nick Kasa and North Carolina defensive tackle Sylvester Williams.
Minnesota - Connecticut cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Harding University linebacker Ty Powell and Washington cornerback Desmond Trufant.
Philadelphia - Florida International cornerback Jonathan Cyprien, Fresno State running back Robbie Rouse, Illinois defensive end Michael Buchanan, Illinois guard Hugh Thornton, Oregon running back Kenjon Barner, SMU defensive end Margus Hunt and Wisconsin offensive tackle Ricky Wagner.
Tennessee - Kent State offensive tackle Brian Winters.
Washington - Nevada safety Duke Williams.
Houston has a meeting scheduled with Utah State cornerback Will Davis.
Tampa Bay has met with Washington corner Desmond Trufant and are said to again while in Mobile.