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.
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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.
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- Kiper's early-impact rookies from Round 1
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Todd McShay takes a preliminary look at the 2018 NFL draft, which could feature a talented group of quarterbacks atop the board.
Overheard in Jaguars training camp practices No. 1: The first big cheer of the day came when Allen Robinson made a leaping catch over cornerback Doran Grant on the sideline. Robinson made several tough catches on the sideline in the practice in a performance reminiscent of his work in 2015.
Rookie report from Jaguars training camp practice No. 1: Leonard Fournette looked impressive as a receiver out of the backfield during individual and team drills. In addition to his TD catch in team drills he also beat linebacker Myles Jack one-on-one on an option route. Fournette' ability as a receiver has been questioned but his work in OTAs and the first day in camp should allay those concerns.
Best play from Jaguars training camp practice e No. 1: Blake Bortles' TD pass to Leonard Fournette happened because linebacker Telvin Smith got caught between the two players. Bortles scrambled to his right and had no one in front of him inside the numbers. Smith was forced to choose between sticking with Fournette and Bortles and hesitated a second before taking a step toward Bortles. That allowed Bortles to easily loft a pass to a wide-open Fournette who raced down the sideline.
Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said he likes the fact that the day turned hot and muggy and then rained. Allows the players to get used to dealing with those issues so they're used to it when it happens on game days.
Jaguars QB Blake Bortles just jogged back onto the field. Participating in this set of team drills.
Jaguars LB Telvin Smith and NT Abry Jones now heading to the cool zone as well. Very humid day even though it has been partly cloudy.
Jaguars QB Blake Bortles is getting fluids in the cool zone area and not participating in the latest team drills. Had been having a good day so far.
Jaguars boss Tom Coughlin does have a soft side! A hug from his grandkids during a break in practice.
Another TD pass from Blake Bortles on a fade pass down the sideline. This time to Marqise Lee. Second team period of Jaguars practice.
Blake Bortles just hit Allen Robinson on the sideline. Leaping catch by Robinson over Doran Grant. Play of the day so far for Jaguars.
The Jaguars' $24 million center.
Other than the three players on PUP -- Jalen Ramsey, Aaron Colvin, Marquez Williams -- the Jaguars have full participation on the first day of training camp.
Surprisingly sparse crowd for the Jaguars' first training camp practice.
Jaguars DE Dante Fowler speaking with the media for first time since his July 19 arrest and says he's sorry for his actions. "I'm a better person than that."
DE Calais Campbell said he's on board with teammate Malik Jackson's prediction of a Super Bowl appearance for the Jaguars. "From what I can see all the pieces are in place."
Jaguars DE Calais Campbell on this year's team: "I can tell by now that the team is special."
Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said his message when he speaks to the team for the first time in camp tonight will be about winning. He repeated the Tom Coughlin "what are we here for" rant when asked about why that would be his message. Sounds like a no-brainer, but remember, Gus Bradley's message to the players was to be their best and wins would come.
Jaguar coach Doug Marrone says he knows nothing more about Dante Fowler's recent arrest and that the team will handle things internally in terms of discipline. Said he spoke with Fowler but wants to keep what he said private.
This shows you how much the Jaguars think of Brandon Linder: Even though he has yet to make a Pro Bowl, his reported $24 million guarantee is more than every center in the league except Alex Mack ($28.5 million) and Travis Frederick ($28.162 million). Linder's contract includes more guaranteed money than that of Miami's Mike Pouncey, Pittsburgh's Maurkice Pouncey, Carolina's Ryan Kalil, and New Orleans' Max Unger. Those four players have combined to make 15 Pro Bowls and five All-Pro teams.
The Jaguars have signed CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, a former second-round draft pick by New Orleans in 2014. Jean-Baptiste has had stints with the Saints, Detroit, Seattle and Kansas City. The Jaguars placed CBs Jalen Ramsey and Aaron Colvin on PUP on Saturday. Training camp begins Thursday.
The Colts have placed safety Clayton Geathers, safety Malik Hooker and quarterback Andrew Luck on the Active/Physically Unable to Perform List. All three players count toward the team's 90-man roster. Hooker, the team's first-round pick, injured his hamstring during a conditioning test Monday. The latest setback adds to the former Ohio State standout missing offseason workouts while recovering from hip surgery last winter.
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
Bills receiver Sammy Watkins, who has undergone two surgeries on his left foot, says he is healthy and ready to be back on the field with his team. "I don't want to hear no more about the foot," he said.
Bills WR Sammy Watkins says his foot is "healed" and he is focused on getting back on the same page with QB Tyrod Taylor.
Running back LeSean McCoy signs autographs for ecstatic fans after the Bills' first training camp practice under new head coach Sean McDermott.
Devontae Booker was expected to compete for the No. 1 RB spot during Broncos camp, meaning those down the depth chart will get carries while he's out.
With rest and recovery for 37-year-old QB Carson Palmer a priority, the Cardinals gave him his second day off through their first five camp practices.
Much like fellow 2015 first-round pick Andrus Peat did, Stephone Anthony has played several positions, but appears to have found a fit at weakside LB.