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Broncos among NFL’s biggest offseason winners per Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks

After building the league’s most dangerous and continuing to fortify an already-enticing offense, the Denver Broncos look like one of the NFL’s most improved teams. Now, NFL Network’s former NFL scouts, Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks, are buying into the Broncos hype. During a segment in which Jeremiah and Brooks...
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Daniel Jeremiah details how Sam Howell can be even better

Sam Howell improved from his freshman to his sophomore season at North Carolina. Now, the third-year quarterback is likely playing his final collegiate season before making the jump to the NFL. Based on his trajectory, he should be even better than in 2020. But how exactly can Howell improve his...
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A Closer Look at the Chargers' Rookie Class With Daniel Jeremiah

Chargers radio analyst and NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah shares his thoughts on the team's first four draft picks and which Day 3 selection could make the biggest impact in 2021. Later, The Athletic's Daniel Popper recaps this week at the podium (15:20).
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Daniel Jeremiah: Jets Now Have 'Foundation Pieces They Didn't Have'

In the space of a couple of months, General Manager Joe Douglas and his staff; and Head Coach Robert Saleh and his staff have put down a foundation intended to propel the Jets into the future. "I think they've got some foundation pieces now that they didn't have," NFL analyst...
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Jets Draft Podcast | Daniel Jeremiah Reviews the 2021 Draft Class

Hosts Ethan Greenberg and Eric Allen are joined by NFL Draft Analyst Daniel Jeremiah to discuss his thoughts on Zach Wilson (0:33), Elijah Moore (5:52), hitting on Day 3 (6:57) and Alijah Vera-Tucker (8:17). He also gives his thoughts on where the Jets are compared to last year (9:50).
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New York Giants’ 2021 NFL Draft earns great reviews from Daniel Jeremiah

The consensus is that the New York Giants had a strong 2021 draft, acquiring multiple players who can make an instant impact while also adding draft capital for the future. At the end of the day, they put in place a contingency plan for quarterback Daniel Jones while also offering him weapons on offense and bolstering the defense with pass rusher Azeez Ojulari with the 50th overall pick.
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Daniel Jeremiah breaks down the Giants' draft class

It's not too often that NASCAR gets brought up in the weeks leading up to the NFL Draft. But such was the case last month after NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah likened the chances of Giants GM Dave Gettleman trading down to something not often seen in the sport of stock car racing.
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Eagles News: Daniel Jeremiah grades Philadelphia’s 2021 NFL Draft class an A+

Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... The former Eagles, Browns and Ravens evaluator gave his old team an A+ for their rookie class following the draft. Jeremiah, now the lead draft analyst for NFL Network, had seven of the Eagles’ nine draft picks on his top-150 big board. [...] Based on Jeremiah’s board, the Eagles got strong value on Day 3 of the draft with four of their six picks. Gainwell, Tuipulotu and Johnson, in particular, were huge value picks. Jeremiah, speaking on NFL Network, called Tuipulotu one of the biggest steals of Day 3. “At one point and time, he was in my Top 50,” Jeremiah said. “So, to get him at 189, I thought, was a tremendous steal there for the Eagles.” The Eagles’ top three picks — Smith, Dickerson and Williams — seemed to follow — at least coincidentally — Jeremiah’s value chart. The Eagles said they stuck to their board throughout the draft, and if their list was similar to Jeremiah’s board, then they made out with fair-to-terrific value throughout the weekend.
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Daniel Jeremiah on Giants' draft haul: 'I'm all for that'

Daniel Jeremiah on Giants' draft haul: 'I'm all for that'. Daniel Jeremiah on Giants' draft haul: 'I'm all for that'. The Giants' official connected TV streaming app, "Giants TV" brings original video content and game highlights on-demand and direct to Big Blue fans. "Giants TV" is free on Apple TV,...
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Daniel Jeremiah concerned Patriots don't 'love' Mac Jones

After being expected to go third overall to the San Francisco 49ers, former Alabama quarterback Mac Jones fell all the way to the New England Patriots with the 15th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. While the Patriots appear to be happy with landing Jones, not everyone believes that Jones was the quarterback the New England wanted. On Wednesday’s edition of The Pat McAfee Show, NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah expressed some concerns that the Patriots don’t “love” Jones.
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Daniel Jeremiah says he is a fan of Bears trading up for Fields

The Chicago Bears made one of the biggest splashes in the NFL Draft last week by trading up in the draft to take Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields as their next quarterback of the franchise. On Wednesday, NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah joined The Pat McAfee Show to discuss the move and said that he was a fan of the Bears making it.
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Daniel Jeremiah sees Broncos as good fit for Aaron Rodgers

There is no hotter name in the NFL right now than that of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Caught up in the heat of an internal battle with the franchise he has been with for 16 years, it’s starting to sound like Rodgers might be wearing a different uniform — or no uniform at all — in 2021, as he reportedly does not want to be with the Packers any longer. On The Pat McAfee Show on Wednesday, NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah said he sees a good fit for Rodgers with the Denver Broncos.
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Daniel Jeremiah must have hated the Rams 2021 draft too

The LA Rams made nine draft picks last weekend, but that didn’t keep them from scoring fewer points than all but one team — the Seattle Seahawks, who only made three picks total — according to a “fun exercise” done by NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah. Jeremiah shared his...