The South squad took to the field for their second practice in Mobile on Tuesday afternoon. Several defensive linemen showed off their physical skills. It was also another tough day for quarterback Colt Brennan.
Ever since its release last June, the iPhone has inspired lust in consumers and envy in competitors. But at least for now, business users would be smart to ignore the one-million-sold hype: Apple's refusal to accommodate third party applications and AT&T's sluggish EDGE network keep this gadget strictly in the realm of fun.
The practices are finished and NFL scouts, coaches and general managers are long gone. All that's left is to play the game. Yet even before the ball is officially kicked off, the script on which players came out of the '07 Senior Bowl as winners or losers has already been written.
Wednesday at the Senior Bowl is always the most important practice of the week. The fields are lined with more scouts, coaches and general managers than any other day of the week. And as has been the case since Monday, a number of players are watching their draft stock rise while some are seeing it slide.
Amidst the cold and occasional rain, the 2007 Senior Bowl kicked off on Monday morning. One of the most important weeks of scouting leading up to April's draft, the majority of the NFL's head coaches and general managers are in Mobile to scout the nation's top senior talent.
While the NFL starts to gear up for the Super Bowl, scouts around the league are preparing themselves for something totally different. One of the most important events in the scouting process kicks off Monday, when hundreds of scouts, coaches and GMs descend upon Mobile, Ala., for the start of Senior Bowl week.
Downtown Mobile sat several feet under water Monday and an oil rig broke loose from its moorings and drifted into a major bridge across the Mobile River after the outer bands of Hurricane Katrina pelted the city with heavy rain and high wind.
A decade ago, Alabama's state pension fund made an unusual investment, pouring over $100 million into what was to become the largest golf construction project in history. The result? The Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, an immense network of 378 holes on eight sites throughout the state, all designed by renowned course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr., who died two years ago at 93.
Money Magazine: Going Mobileupdated: Wed May 01 2002 00:01:00
Public companies are increasingly relocating their annual shareholder meetings. Some execs seem to be on the run from disgruntled shareholders; others apparently just want to have fun.