December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p45
The article presents views of scouts about various football players. Casey Hampton is a stalwart at nose tackle. He's a Pro Bowler. He's a big, strong guy who's hard to move. The team Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald is an extremely talented receiver with tons of potential. He's big, he has deceptive speed, and he basically can get open against any defensive back. Frank Gore is a little bit underrated. Kevan Barlow runs with strength and power, but he also can be elusive.


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