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3dMel Kiper

Kiper's Round 1 winners, question marks, more

The Bears pulled off Day 1's biggest stunner. The Browns made two trades -- and got the draft's top prospect. Here are the moves Mel Kiper liked -- and had him puzzled -- from Round 1.

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3dMike Sando

NFL execs buy and sell biggest draft storylines

Will Mitchell Trubisky actually be the first QB selected in the 2017 draft? Is Leonard Fournette the consensus No. 1 RB? NFL insiders answer the draft's biggest questions.

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4dMatt Bowen

Best fits for the NFL draft's biggest wild cards

McCaffrey. Peppers. Dobbs. This draft is full of intriguing prospects who could pop in the pros ... if they land in the right spot. Matt Bowen pairs eight wild cards with the ideal landing spots.

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4dEric Karabell

Evaluating injured, available Mariners

Eric Karabell examines the last-place Mariners, dealing with a humiliating loss to Detroit and injuries to several key players.

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5dTodd McShay

McShay's ultimate 2017 NFL draft preview

Most pro-ready. Biggest freak athlete. Most physical. Strongest-armed QB. Top big-play WR. Shiftiest RB. Best pass-rusher. Top cover corner. Todd McShay dissects it all in his NFL draft preview.

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5dJon Gruden

What Gruden sees in draft's top seven QB prospects

Who's the draft's mystery? Which QB is as advertised? Who needs to protect his body better? Who's the sleeper of the group? Jon Gruden weighs in on the draft's best signal-callers.

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12dMel Kiper Jr.

Kiper's 2017 'Grade: A' three-round mock draft

It's time for Mel Kiper's annual three-round mock draft -- all 107 picks -- in which he plays general manager for all 32 teams and makes picks based on his draft board.