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
- Early-impact rookies from Rounds 4-7
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.
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.
The good news is that Andrew Luck (shoulder) started throwing last week. Ballard, however, was emphatic in that they are not putting a timetable on when Luck will return.
Ballard said safety Clayton Geathers (neck) will start the regular season on PUP, which means he'll miss at least the first six weeks of the regular season
Andrew Luck will start training camp on PUP, GM Chris Ballard said Monday
The Jaguars have placed CBs Jalen Ramsey (core muscle) and Aaron Colvin (foot) on the active/PUP list in advance of training camp, which begins on Thursday. Ramsey had surgery on June 15 and his expected recovery time was six weeks, which coincides with the first day of training camp. Colvin missed all of organized team activities and minicamp with a foot injury. Veterans are required to report on Wednesday and the first practice will be on Thursday.
Dolphins rookie Charles Harris must define role in training camp
After a standout spring, it's incumbent upon Charles Harris not only to keep his pass-rush spark burning but also flesh out his DE abilities.
Kelly grateful to pursue NFL dreams.
Mr. Irrelevant, Chad Kelly, shares his gratitude for uncle, Jim Kelly, who was intricate in his landing with the Broncos.
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."
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
Cody Kessler will be first under center at Thursday's open practice, but Brock Osweiler still could be the Browns' starter when the season opens.
Helping to change the mold for pass-rushing NFL defensive ends is a proud accomplishment for Jason Taylor, who spent 13 of his 15 seasons with Miami.
Jacksonville Jaguars DE Dante Fowler says his days of off-field mischief-making are over.
Thomas Davis tells the media to ask questions before reporting that Dave Gettleman's firing was linked with negotiations for extensions between Davis and Greg Olsen.
Free-agent acquisition Russell Shepard is "geeked up" to be playing with Cam Newton and the Panthers.
The Lions ranked 30th in sacks in 2016, putting pressure on Ezekiel Ansah and the Detroit defensive linemen to bounce back.