A list of Tennessee Volunteers taken in the NFL's undrafted free agency.
For the first time since the AFL/NFL merger, Tennessee sends only one player through the NFL Draft. How much can we blame lack of talent for the Vols' 2008 disaster?
The first Tennessee Volunteer drafted, Robert Ayers went at #18 to the Denver Broncos. How will he fit into the new 3-4 Broncos system under Josh McDaniels?
A live discussion of the NFL draft for all Tennessee Volunteers fans and for anybody interested in the fate of the former Vols.
On the 15th Anniversary of his selection in the 1994 NFL Draft, we remember Heath Shuler's contribution to Tennessee Football and his legacy on and off the field.
An evaluation of the draft prospects for the best Volunteer available, defensive end Robert Ayers, and why the draft is particularly ill-suited for him this year.
Robert Ayers is the best player from the Volunteers in the 2009 NFL Draft. Take a look at which teams might be interested in drafting him and why.