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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Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
Whether it was a sprain or partial tear doesn't really matter; the Dolphins quarterback needs his knee to be functionally stable as the season begins.
Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman was able to intervene and save a man choking on a sandwich at an Austin, Texas, airport.
"They talk about competition at every position, but obviously there is not," an NFL defensive coach says. Why do teams sometimes employ No. 2 QBs who possess limited appeal in the present and no upside for the future?
The buzzwords Jason Garrett has chosen don't seem to be resonating considering the drama that surrounds the Cowboys as they open training camp Monday.
The Bengals rarely turn to young cornerbacks to start, but 2016 first-round pick William Jackson III could be an option in Week 1.
Working a camp over the weekend, Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was at his most versatile and his most accessible.