After the Ravens pick, Aikman framed his comments differently.

He’s obviously a terrific talent. He’s got a lot of ability, and his passing game did improve as he moved through the last few seasons, and his passing ability did improve fairly well. If you look at him, he’s been well-coached, coming from the Louisville offense and Bobby Petrino. He probably ran more pro concepts than Baker Mayfield at Oklahoma, in a more complicated offense than Sam Darnold ran at USC. So, the fact that he’s able to sit back and watch and learn and become a little bit more accurate as a passer is going to serve him well.

Rudolph will slot in as Ben Roethlisberger ‘s backup, possibly serving as the team’s third-string quarterback in his rookie year with a plan to develop him into a starter. The Oklahoma State product will be reunited with his college teammate receiver James Washington, who was selected with the Steelers’ previous pick during the second round.

The two were one of the most prolific passing combinations in college the past two seasons. Mason Rudolph Bio Position: QB School: Oklahoma State College Experience: Senior Height: 6-5 Weight: 235 lbs Strengths Ideal size and plays with toughness, often taking shots in the pocket to allow routes to develop in Oklahoma’s downfield offense. Consistently strong ball placement from the pocket. Maximizes short passing game with yards after the catch.

Just wanted to let you know that I look forward to playing with you. I’ll be an open book, so if you ever need anything or have any questions, feel free to ask. Hope all is well.

Rosen seemed appreciative of the message and was shown texting Bradford back. The exchange can be seen in the latest episode of the team’s Flight Plan series.

On Thursday, most of the team’s players and coaches attended a golf event to benefit Cardinals charities. Before teeing off, cornerback Patrick Peterson told reporters Rosen texted him soon after being drafted.

Shazier attended a Penguins game and stood up, with some help, while fans gave him a standing ovation:

ESPN’s Adam Schefter shared on Super Bowl Sunday that Shazier hasn’t just regained feeling in his legs, but he’s also regained movement and is engaging in a regular walking routine. But Michele Tafoya reported that Shazier wasn’t walking on his own, which Shazier then confirmed himself. tigers_005-115x115