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2019 NFL Mock Draft 1.0: McShay fills needs for every team

Who will draft a quarterback? How does Oakland use its three Day 1 picks? Todd McShay goes 1-32 in next year's draft.

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McShay: Haskins could challenge Herbert as top QB in draft

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Draft nuggets for all 32 teams: What you need to know

The Raiders could own April. The offseason quarterback situation is going to be fascinating. And every team has needs somewhere.

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Barnwell: Meet the new master of the sideline angle

In his first year as a starter, the Chiefs quarterback is already the king of the best moment in football -- those magical seconds between a deep ball being thrown and the camera panning to its target.

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We rank the best athletes of 2018

Comebacks? Records? Those are nice. But Peter Keating says the 20 most dominant athletes of 2018 made our list by redefining the impossible.

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Winter meetings predictions: Will Vegas deliver any last-day drama?

Will the last full day of baseball's winter get-together trigger trades for stars such as J.T. Realmuto, or will clubs head home with long to-do lists?

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Angels have no choice but to rebuild on the fly -- and it might work

Can the Angels simultaneously restock their farm system and return to contention in the last two seasons they might have Mike Trout? They're giving it their best shot.

How signing McCutchen sets Phillies up for Harper and Machado

Adding the former NL MVP is a good start, but the Phillies' front office shouldn't stop there.

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  • ESPN FC 100 for 2018

    Our experts have voted on the best 100 players and managers in men's soccer for 2018. Here's the list.

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  • ‘I was just in a real bad place’

    Dallas Cowboys pass-rusher Randy Gregory bottomed out a year ago and sought help for depression, drugs and other issues. Today, he is playing football again, fighting to stay clean and help his team to the playoffs. It's December, and there's hope.