Which teams fared the best (and worst)? Mel Kiper runs through every draft class.
Sure, Sam Darnold was an amazing pick, but so were a few middle-round outside linebackers.
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Kiper & McShay: Time to get excited about Haskins/Tua 2020?
OK, the 2020 NFL draft is still a long ways out, but Mel and Todd already are thinking about two promising underclassmen quarterbacks who could be the No. 1 overall pick.
Kiper & McShay's CFB surprises, NFL draft prospects to watch, more
There's no drop-off for the Sooners without Baker Mayfield. Texas A&M's QB is officially on the draft radar. Mel and Todd run through things to watch.
Kiper's preseason 2019 Big Board and position rankings
Mel Kiper Jr.'s ranking of the 25 best NFL prospects in the 2019 draft is heavy on the front seven, but there are two quarterbacks to keep an eye on.
Finding quality rookie free agents a labor of love for Tony Khan
Owner Shad Khan's son leads an analytics team that has unearthed some undrafted gems, such as Tre Herndon and Corey Grant, for the Jaguars.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that he expects linebackers Bobby Wagner and Mychal Kendricks to be available for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Wagner missed Monday's game with a groin injury and Kendricks is appealing an NFL suspension.
The Ravens were fined $200,000 by the NFL on Wednesday for violations of the coach-to-player communications policy during this year's preseason games.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says his knee remains sore, and he is still reflecting on a penalty call against Clay Matthews from Week 2's tie.
Tedy Bruschi, John Fox and Josina Anderson preview the battle of Los Angeles in the NFL this weekend between Philip Rivers' Chargers and the Rams.
Elliott is off to a strong start, but history suggests he could take it up a notch in the Week 3 matchup against Seattle.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin explains that he met with Antonio Brown "for an extended period of time" to discuss Brown's Monday absence.