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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Source tells me Illinois linebacker Hardy Nickerson, Jr. is signing with the Bengals. Son of former Bucs great Hardy Nickerson. Reports of him signing with the Rams are false.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says it's important that Joe Mixon "understands the magnitude of what occurred, and as he moves forward in his NFL career, how he can distance himself from that one day." Says they have a plan in place and will draw on other teams' experience with players who entered the league under similar circumstances.
Like a lot of teams, the Bengals spent a great deal of time with Joe Mixon and came away believing he was a different guy than he was three years ago when he punched a female student in the face and got suspended for a year. They rated him a first-round talent and decided the risk was worth it in the middle of the second. We will have much more coverage on this as the night goes on. Obviously not an easy situation to discuss.
The Bengals get WR John Ross and his 4.22 speed. Ross can stretch the field and he has the lateral movement at the line to beat press-coverage. Think deep ball opportunities for the Bengals offense and the ability to create even more room for A.J. Green.
There are wide-ranging opinions on WR John Ross in talking to people in the NFL. The biggest concerns were with durability (knee and shoulder issues), but he's the premier big-play weapon in this draft.
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
While a resolution is unlikely this week, NFL owners are to study at their quarterly meeting a suggestion that would create a roster exemption for players who have suffered concussions.
He never won a Super Bowl with the Patriots, and Raymond Clayborn believes that hurt his case for the team's Hall of Fame in the past. Now he's in.
Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald missed the first day of OTAs on Monday as the team and his representatives work on a contract extension.
Dr. Myron Rolle joins SC6 to discuss his regret of not reporting concussions during his playing career and how preparing for surgery compares to preparing for a game.
Jets wide receiver Devin Smith, who tore his ACL in April, was waived by the Jets but is expected to clear waivers and be placed on injured reserve.
Former Ravens safety Matt Elam was arrested Monday on charges of grand theft and battery. It is the second time he has been arrested in Florida this year.