Eli Apple's mom Annie is quickly becoming everyone's favorite sports mom.
While the newest Giants player is getting settled for life in the NFL, his mother is no doubt watching his back. Mrs. Apple tweets about the thirsty girls that inevitably come with being a rookie in the league and the tricks they will pull to get near her son. Just know she stays "woke" on all the girls trying to slide in her son's DMs.
In 2015, there were 25 second-round picks who played in at least 14 games as rookies. Of the 17 NFL Rookie of the Week winners, eight were picked outside of the first round. Sure, Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Todd Gurley and Amari Cooper were elite-level draft picks and performed as such.
Chris Berman is ESPN's resident know-it-all for everything NFL.
It probably wasn't the best night for the analyst to spew the wrong information. In the days leading up to the draft, ESPN makes sure all its talent has every little nugget of information you could ever imagine, so when Berman said this was the first time a school had three picks in the top 10 it was a head-scratcher.
Not to take anything away from Ohio State but this was actually the 13th time it has happened.
On the heels of Laremy Tunsil's social channels being hacked by an unknown person, conspiracy theories are running wild. Of course, everyone loves a good conspiracy theory, especially in sports. When Michael Jordan unexpectedly retires? Conspiracy. When Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins a race after his daddy died? Conspiracy. Anytime Duke gets a seemingly easy NCAA Tournament draw?
Ten minutes before the draft, they were on him as well. From Tunsil's verified twitter account, there was a video of him smoking from a bong. Tunsil said it was an old video, but it was still a bad look for the young player.