Which teams fared the best -- and worst -- in this year's draft? Mel Kiper runs through all 32 teams' classes.
Sure, Christian McCaffrey and Jamal Adams were amazing picks, but so were a few late-round QBs and even a Division II TE.
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Kiper's way-too-early 2018 Big Board: Playmakers, studs galore
So long, Class of 2017. We're on to '18. Among Mel Kiper's top 25 prospects in the (potential) draft class: a big-armed USC QB, more Ohio State defenders and Leonard Fournette's apprentice.
Everything to know about the best 2018 NFL QB prospects
The 2018 NFL draft is loaded with top-tier QB talent such as USC's Sam Darnold and Wyoming's Josh Allen. Matt Bowen takes an early look at what four of the top passers have shown thus far and where they still need to improve.
- Kiper's NFL draft grades
- McShay's best draft pick for all 32 teams
- Kiper's early-impact rookies from Round 1
- Early-impact rookies from Rounds 2-3
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McShay's way-too-early 2018 mock draft: Promising QB class awaits
Todd McShay takes a preliminary look at the 2018 NFL draft, which could feature a talented group of quarterbacks atop the board.
The Jaguars have claimed OL Demetrius Rhaney off waivers from the Los Angeles Rams and have cut rookie OL Parker Collins.
Andrew Luck's spot as the player with the highest average annual salary appears to be in danger. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Wednesday that Oakland's Derek Carr is on the verge of agreeing to a new deal that could pay him around $25 million a year. Luck, who agreed to a record-setting six-year $140 million contract in June 2016, has an average salary of $24.6 million.
Stephen A. picks Dak to win SB before Carr.
The First Take crew manages its shock when Stephen A. chooses Cowboys QB Dak Prescott to secure a title before Raiders QB Derek Carr.
Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey announced via Twitter that he had surgery to treat a core muscle injury on Thursday. The injury developed during the team's OTAs. It's unclear if Ramsey will be healthy by the start of training camp,
Jaguars DC Todd Wash says team will use CBs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye to match up on opponents' receivers based on the receiver's body type and style. Jaguars also will use Ramsey and Bouye at safety at times, too.
Jaguars OC Nathaniel Hackett says he has to do everything he can to make sure QB Blake Bortles gains as much confidence as possible heading into camp. Has given Bortles a to-do list for the next month while he's in California working with his throwing coaches.
Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette says he's eager to get into full pads in training camp. Says it's in the back of his mind that he'll have to block 6-8, 300-pound DE Calais Campbell. "It'll be fun."
The Jaguars announce they have hired former Giants OL Chris Snee as a college scout. Snee -- who is married to one of Tom Coughlin's daughters -- also will assist with the OL during training camp.
Jaguars QB Blake Bortles says the team is "sick and tired of being below average and not being successful when we feel we have the ability to be a good team and we haven't been. ... You've got to do something about it."
Jaguars QB Blake Bortles says he will be heading to California between minicamp and training camp to continue to work on his mechanics.
The focal point of the first day of the three-day minicamp for the Colts wasn't centered around the offensive line or the defensive makeovers, but rather on a player that wasn't taking part: Quarterback Andrew Luck. The sixth-year player acknowledged Tuesday that he's not sure if he'll be ready for the start of training camp in late July following his right shoulder surgery. Luck hasn't thrown a football in about five months...An interesting scenario on the field was that second-year safety T.J. Green was working with the second unit despite the Colts missing projected starters Clayton Geathers (neck) and Malik Hooker (hip). Darius Butler and Matthias Farley worked with the first-unit defense.
The biggest takeaway from the first day of Jaguars minicamp is that OT Branden Albert was there -- and that he said he will not hold out for training camp. That's good news because Albert is the team's best option at left tackle. Offensive line is the team's biggest question mark (after QB Blake Bortles) and Albert is a two-time Pro Bowler.
Colts QB Andrew Luck on if he believes he'll be ready for the start of training camp: "To be honest, I have not thought about it. If I'm ready for it, then great. If I'm not, then that's the way it is. I'm certainly hopeful for it. In my mind all I can do – and I truly feel this way – with this rehab, with my shoulder, I can't look five months down the road, three months down the road, a week down the road. To me it's about the next rehab session, the next day. That's where my focus is and that's where I think it needs to be to truly get back to 100 percent." Coach Chuck Pagano said earlier on Tuesday that he's "praying" that Luck will be ready when the Colts open training camp in late July.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano said he was going to be forthcoming with injuries. So I asked him if QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) will be ready for the start of training camp: "Am I hopeful? Am I praying? Yeah, but there's no timetable."
Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook did not participate in the first day of minicamp after missing all 10 OTAs with an injury. Missing that much time may make it hard for him to make much if an impact as a rookie, and coach Doug Marrone hinted about that when he said that coachability and availability are two things that are important to him.
Receiver T.Y. Hilton is dealing with a hamstring strain. There's a chance he won't do much this week during minicamp. Coach Chuck Pagano didn't seem overly concerned about Hilton's hamstring.
Jaguars OT Branden Albert in seeing executive VP of football ops Tom Coughlin in Monday: "He said something about my weight. But it was more like joking around, but I believe he's happy I'm here working with the guys."
Colts coach Chuck Pagano said the next step for QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) is getting to the point where he can throw. Then he'll have a pitch count to build from the ground up. Still no set timetable on when Luck will throw.
Jaguars OT Branden Albert says he will not hold out of training camp. Said he will report on time.
The Colts have claimed defensive back Tyvis Powell off waivers from Cleveland and waived cornerback Reggie Porter. Powell, who played at Ohio State, was waived just hours before he was scheduled to throw out the first pitch at the Chicago White Sox-Cleveland Indians game last week. Powell, an undrafted free agent in 2016, played in eight games with the Seattle Seahawks last season. He gives the Colts some position flexibility because he plays safety and cornerback. That's key for the Colts because there hasn't been a timetable on when safety Clayton Geathers will return from his neck injury.
OT Branden Albert has joined the Jaguars for this week's mandatory minicamp. He missed the team's voluntary offseason program (including OTAs) because he was reportedly unhappy with his contract. How much he participates in the three-day minicamp will be determined by coach Doug Marrone based on Albert's physical condition.
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
After some success at wide receiver at the end of 2016, former QB Terrelle Pryor is training with a pair of greats -- Antonio Brown and Randy Moss.
Bill Belichick's Patriots, Joe Montana's 49ers and Darrell Green's Redskins are well represented in Football Outsiders' look at the NFL's best of the best since 1987.
They are the AFC West's top teams, but as the Raiders celebrate QB Derek Carr's new deal, the Chiefs are suddenly searching for a GM and a direction.
James White's fame went through the roof after his standout performance in Super Bowl LI, but he landed his colorful nickname long before that.
Chuck Pagano has eschewed tackling to avoid training-camp injuries, but a string of subpar Colts defenses has led to a change of heart this year.
Admission will be free for the 11 of the Giants' 14 training-camp sessions that are open to the public between July 28 and Aug. 14 in East Rutherford.