Rachel Marcus ESPN Editor
Aaron Rodgers, rocking the green Bucks hat, is at MSG to cheer on Wisconsin in its Sweet 16 game against Florida. Rodgers went to Cal but is known for being a big Badger basketball fan.
Dana O'Neil @ESPNDanaOneil
At last year's Final Four, Joe Biden sat behind me. Here, it's Aaron Rodgers. My son is more impressed with the latter.
David Newton ESPN Staff Writer
The Panthers made it official, they have signed quarterback Garrett Gilbert to a one-year contract. Gilbert, a former sixth-round pick by the Rams in 2014, was added to provide depth behind Derek Anderson and Joe Webb while starter Cam Newton recovers from shoulder surgery scheduled for March 30. Gilbert finished the 2016 season on the Raiders' practice squad.
Ramona Shelburne @ramonashelburne
Playing vs UCLA is like trying to stop those old Chip Kelly teams at Oregon. Pace is everything.
Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes
Los Cowboys firmaron hoy al tackle ofensivo Byron Bell por una temporada, para tratar de agregar profundidad a una posición en la que es probable que el titular del lado derecho, Doug Free, se retire. Es probable también que los Cowboys chequen la posibilidad de probar de ese lado como tackle a La'El Collins.
Darren Woodson @darrenwoodson28
Cowboys adding depth to OL. Byron Bell agrees Tp 1-year contract with Dallas Cowboys. Thoughts?
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
The Cowboys have reached a deal with veteran offensive lineman Byron Bell on Friday, according to sources, giving them some flexibility in their search for Doug Free's replacement at right tackle. Bell has started 72 games in his career with most of them coming at right tackle. Free informed the Cowboys before free agency began that he intended to retire.
Field Yates @FieldYates
Source: the Panthers have signed QB Garrett Gilbert. Carolina needed another arm with Cam Newton's looming surgery.
Jess Kraus ESPN
Behind the scenes at Stanford Stadium with @CMcCaffrey5. #NFLDraft2017