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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The Cardinals announced they've come to terms with 17 undrafted free agents: WR Carlton Agudosi, Rutgers DT Collin Bevins, NW Missouri State C Lucas Crowley, North Carolina S Ironhead Gallon, Georgia Southern S Gump Hayes, Arizona State WR Krishawn Hogan, Marian S Drico Johnson, Central Florida OLB Tre'Von Johnson, Weber State QB Trevor Knight ,Texas A&M CB Ryan Lewis, Pittsburgh T Jonathan McLaughlin, Virginia Tech S Cyril Noland-Lewis, Louisiana Tech TE Ricky Seals-Jones, Texas A&M CB Sojourn Shelton, Wisconsin RB James Summers, East Carolina DT Pasoni Tasini, Utah TE Steven Wroblewski, Southern Utah
When Cardinals GM Steve Keim was asked about fourth-round pick Dorian Johnson's liver condition, he responded with a joke. "Some think coach (Bruce Arians) and I have some liver issues but we're doing just fine." After a moment, Keim admitted it was a "terrible joke. But no, he's fine. He's doing alright." Arians said Johnson "knows how to manage it," referring to Johnson's condition that has his liver enzymes increased by five times higher than normal. Later Arians added his own quip: "I'm still learning mine."
The Cardinals had needs to fill in this year's draft and that's exactly what they did, making seven picks in three days with the help of three trades. Arizona added a slew of versatile players that can help them compete for a playoff berth this season. However, there was one position Arizona didn't address: Quarterback.
Here are the Cardinals picks from this year's draft: 1. Haason Reddick, LB, Temple; 2. Budda Baker, DB, Washington; 3. Chad Williams, WR, Grambling; 4. Dorian Johnson, G, Pittsburgh; 5. Will Holden, T, Vanderbilt; 5. T.J. Logan, RB, North Carolina; 6. Johnathan Ford, S, Auburn.
It looks like the Cardinals may have found the cornerback they were looking for in this year's draft. Rudy Ford, who Arizona traded into the sixth round to draft, said the Cardinals talked to him about playing cornerback. When Ford converted from a running back to defensive back in 2013, he played cornerback. Over the last three seasons, Ford also played safety and nickel but said he trained as a cornerback this offseason.
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
Dunking the football over the crossbar after touchdowns will still draw a 15-yard penalty and a possible fine despite the NFL relaxing its celebration rules, a source told ESPN's Kevin Seifert.
Under the NFL's new rules Vernon Davis' jump-shot routine would now be legal, but other players remain leary of the guidelines dictating celebrations.
Ryan Switzer, a fourth-round draft pick, impressed the Cowboys with his hands and route running during Wednesday's workout.
The Cowboys held out Ezekiel Elliott because of general soreness as OTAs opened; vets Sean Lee and Jason Witten will work a limited schedule.
Kirk Cousins, who is under the franchise tag, and the Redskins have until July 15 to work out a long-term deal or freeze talks until the season ends.
Bruce Arians believes coaches will adjust play-calling for the new shorter overtimes; he's happy to see the NFL relax its celebration rules.