Round 2, Pick 1
• Round 1: Thursday, April 27, 8 p.m. ET • Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 28, 7 p.m. ET • Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 29, Noon ET Location: Philadelphia Art Museum Steps
Check out Mel Kiper's final rankings of the best prospects in the 2017 draft. They go much deeper than his usual 25. This one goes to 300.
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Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said linebacker Haason Reddick, who Arizona drafted with the 13th pick on Thursday, reminded him of Broncos linebacker Von Miller "just a little bit smaller."
Haason Reddick stood out back at the Senior Bowl workouts. Plays fast. Aggressive. High-effort. Fits with the Cardinals as a versatile linebacker who can rush off the edge or play inside.
The Arizona Cardinals have selected linebacker Haason Reddick from Temple at No. 13.
The Cardinals are on the clock. They can go defense and get either of the top two inside linebackers (Haason Reddick or Reuben Foster), a top defensive lineman (Jonathan Allen) or a top safety (Malik Hooker). Or they could go quarterback. The way the draft has gone so far leaves Arizona with a ton of options, many of which weren't expected at this point in the first round.
Now that CB Marshon Lattimore is off the board, if the Cardinals want to go defense, they'll have to decide between a safety (Malik Hooker) or inside linebacker (Haason Reddick or Reuben Foster). All three are likely to be available at No. 13.
Tight end Gary Barnidge, a Pro Bowl alternate after the 2015 season, will be released by the Cleveland Browns later Friday, a source confirmed to ESPN's Pat McManamon.
After extensive research, the Chiefs were determined to trade up high enough to land a QB they believe will be the future of the franchise.
The Packers wlll listen to offers for the first pick in round two, but they also could address one of their own needs such as RB or OL.
Coach Sean Payton said the Saints' choice was down to Reuben Foster and Ryan Ramczyk as their pick approached at No. 32.
The Bucs did like Dalvin Cook. But no one expected O.J. Howard, who could have easily been a top-10 pick, to still be there.
The Browns wanted either Mitch Trubisky or Patrick Mahomes, but again are holding extra draft picks instead of a franchise quarterback.