Which NFL draft picks came at great value? Pro Football Focus chooses rookies who could be steals from Rounds 4-7.
While offense seems to be the focus of most winning teams as of late, defense isn't an afterthought. Which teams look in the best shape over the course of the next three seasons?
- SEC tops its own record with 65 players drafted
- Cards trade up for Wilson, Gator who threw shoe
- Heir apparent? Bucs draft Trask as Brady backup
- Florida lawmakers agree to reverse NIL bill delay
While perennial title contenders Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State will have to replace quarterbacks this year, Oklahoma returns Spencer Rattler, helping the Sooners take the top spot in our updated offseason rankings.
A record 65 players from SEC schools were selected during the 2021 NFL draft, topping the conference's previous mark of 64 in 2019.
The Cardinals traded into the fourth round to select former Florida cornerback Marco Wilson, whose decision to throw an LSU player's cleat in a game last December cost the Gators a win. Wilson said the incident provided a lesson in self-control.
Some of the picks from Thursday's first round of the NFL draft have arrived in their new home cities and gotten their uniform numbers. A few are now rocking single-digit jersey numbers.
The Buccaneers used their second-round pick in the NFL draft on quarterback Kyle Trask, who could be the eventual heir apparent to Tom Brady.
Florida lawmakers passed a bill Friday afternoon that reinstates this July as the start date for allowing college athletes to make money from endorsements, reversing a brief push to delay the new opportunities by a year.
The Atlanta Falcons made history Thursday night, selecting Florida tight end Kyle Pitts with the No. 4 overall pick in the NFL draft.
Live from Cleveland, we talk Aaron Rodgers breaking news on the day of the draft, We dissect potential landing spots for Aaron Rodgers as Adam Schefter breaks the news that he's disgruntled with Green Bay and talk draft
Football players, coaches and athletic directors in the state of Florida spoke out Thursday in opposition to a bill that would delay for a year the state's plans to allow college athletes to make money from endorsements.
What will the Patriots do? Where could Justin Fields land? Mel Kiper Jr. makes his final first-round projections.
Landing spots for QBs? Round 1 trades? Fits for the best receivers, corners and edge rushers? Todd McShay projects how the first 32 picks of the NFL draft will play out.
We are in Cleveland just one day away from the draft and we preview Thursday's big event. Our crew also reacts to the trade between the Broncos and Panthers in which Denver acquired Teddy Bridgewater
From third-round quarterbacks like Russell Wilson and Joe Montana to tight ends Travis Kelce and George Kittle, here's a look at the best draft sleeper (third round or later) for each team in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
With the NFL draft just days away, here's a look at the top 2022 prospects from each school in the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
Ten of our NFL draft analysts weighed in with their favorite prospect/NFL player comps for this year's class, including matches for Mac Jones, Kyle Pitts and more.
The pair of Florida pass-catchers will allow NFL playcallers to use their full imagination on Sundays.
NFL Live discusses the how DeVonta Smith's weight will affect his play in the NFL. We're also joined by NFL Network's Peter Schrager to breakdown his mock draft and the idea of Carolina picking a QB at 8.
Three rounds, 105 picks and what our NFL draft analysts would do if they were running each franchise.
G. Allan Taylor of The Athletic joins Paul to give updates from Florida. Also, Paul talks to callers about a variety of issues.
Could a Super League along the lines of European soccer work in college football? Who's in? Who's not? What's the criteria? Our roundtable weighs the options.