Jeff Fedotin has written for Packers.com, Pro Football Weekly, ESPN The Magazine, the Lawrence (Kan.) Journal-World and Rivals.com. After graduating from Northwestern University, he interned for the Buffalo Bills. During his football playing days at Pembroke Hill (Mo.) School, Fedotin was known for his bad knees and even worse blocking.
The National Football Post takes you inside the tight end’s impressive 2013 season.
Lack of rest, preparation make for sloppy contests.
George Selvie has stepped up in place of Anthony Spencer.
Bears quarterback records second straight fourth-quarter comeback win.
First-rounder tries to rebound from disappointing rookie season.
The Patriots are hoping tight end Jake Ballard can bolster their passing game.
Only the Broncos can contend with the NFC’s heavyweights.
Cornerback’s style of play, low salary make him perfect fit with 49ers.
Despite offseason defections Baltimore remains one of the AFC’s best.
Following eventful offseason, Miller gears up for 2013.
Kansas City and new coach Andy Reid take a shot with the pistol guru.
Osi Umenyiora, Steven Jackson could bolster Atlanta’s Super Bowl chances.
APR 19 National Football Post
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APR 14 Jeff Fedotin
Oakland has whiffed on its first-round picks.