What happened to NFL rookies in 2014?

The NFL ’s 2014 regular season was a successful one for rookies. From skill-position playmakers like New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to stars in the trenches like Cleveland Browns guard Joel Bitonio and St. Louis Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, many newcomers made big impacts on the league this year.

Who was Mr Irrelevant in 2014 NFL Draft?

The Texans also closed the draft with the selection of safety Lonnie Ballentine of the University of Memphis as Mr. Irrelevant, which is the title given to the final player selected. The 2014 NFL draft made history when the St. Louis Rams selected Michael Sam in the seventh round.

What happened to Thursday Night Football on CBS?

Under a new, one-year contract, CBS also took over the production of Thursday Night Football and aired the first eight games of the package, plus half of a Week 16 Saturday doubleheader, in simulcast with NFL Network.

What happened to the 2014 NFL Draft?

One of the most anticipated drafts in recent years kicked off on May 8, 2014 at 8 pm EDT. The draft was moved from its traditional time frame in late April due to a scheduling conflict at Radio City Music Hall.

Is Brandon Linder the Jacksonville Jaguars’best offensive line player in 2014?

Rated by PFF as the best player in 2014 on a young Jacksonville offense, Linder looks as though he will be a long-term staple of the offensive line. 11.

Who was the Jaguars’leading receiver in 2014?

Although the Jacksonville Jaguars used two second-round picks on wide receivers in the 2014 draft, their leading receiver this year, with 677 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 51 catches, was undrafted rookie Allen Hurns.

What was the 2014 NFL Draft?

The 2014 NFL draft was the 79th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players to the league.

When did the 2014 NFL season start?

The season began on Thursday, September 4, 2014, with the annual kickoff game featuring the defending Super Bowl XLVIII champion Seattle Seahawks hosting the Green Bay Packers, which resulted with the Seahawks winning, 36–16.

Was Rob Gronkowski unanimously voted to the 2014 NFL All-Pro team?

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