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Ed Oliver, Nick Bosa Headline Mel Kiper's 2019 NFL Draft Big Board

Aug 29, 2018 9:46 PM

Mel Kiper Jr. has released an updated Big Board for the 2019 NFL Draft before the start of the college football season, headlined by Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver. Nick Bosa of Ohio State ranks second with Michigan defensive tackle Rashan Gary ranking third. At No. 15, Justin Herbert of Oregon is the first quarterback on the board.

1. Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
2. Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State
3. Rashan Gary, DT, Michigan
4. Devin White, LB, LSU
5. Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson
6. Andraez "Greedy" Williams, CB, LSU
7. Raekwon Davis, DE, Albama
8. Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
9. A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss
10. Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia
11. Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
12. Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
13. Trey Adams, OT, Washington
14. Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
15. Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
16. Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State
17. Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma
18. Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
19. Brian Burns, OLB/DE, Florida State
20. Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
21. N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State
22. Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
23. Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State
24. Zach Allen, DE, Boston College
25. David Edward, OT, Wisconsin

Mel Kiper Jr./ESPN

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Drew Lock Considered Early Favorite To Be No. 1 Pick In 2019 NFL Draft

Aug 22, 2018 11:30 AM

Drew Lock has been given the best odds to be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft by BetDSI.

Lock is a senior quarterback at Missouri.

Jarrett Stidham, quarterback at Auburn, ranks second followed by Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver.

No. 1 overall pick in 2019 NFL Draft Odds
Drew Lock +300
Jarrett Stidham +420
Ed Oliver +550
Justin Herbert +550
Nick Bosa +850
Greg Little +1000
Dexter Lawrence +1200
Will Grier +2500
Shea Patterson +2500
Clelin Ferrell +2500
Raekwon Davis +2500
Christian Wilkins +5000
David Edwards +5000
Field (Any other player) +150

RealGM Staff Report

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Giants, Washington Make Supplemental Draft Selections

Jul 11, 2018 11:30 PM

The New York Giants have spent a 2019 third-round draft pick on Western Michigan cornerback Sam Beal, and Washington has selected Virginia Tech cornerback Adonis Alexander in the sixth round Wednesday.

Both players were ruled academically ineligible for the upcoming college football season and entered the supplemental draft.

Not selected were Mississippi State safety Brandon Bryant, Grand Valley State running back Martayveus Carter and Oregon State linebacker Bright Ugwoegbu.

Associated Press

Tags: New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Draft, Draft Misc, Misc Rumor

Patriots Were Prepared To Trade Up To No. 2 For Baker Mayfield

May 1, 2018 11:13 AM

The New England Patriots had interest in trading up to No. 2 to select Baker Mayfield, according to Mayfield's agent Jack Mills.

The New York Giants owned the No. 2 pick and selected Saquon Barkley.

“We had another team which is going to surprise you. Another team had said, ‘You may get a big surprise on draft day, at No. 2, if he’s available.’ And it was the Patriots,” Mills said. “They had 23 and they had 31 and they had two seconds. We thought, ‘That’s gonna be a heck of a move, to get up that high from where they are.’ And of course he wasn’t available so we never knew if that was reality or not.”

The Patriots owned a pair of first round picks and many believed they had some level of interest in selecting a potential replacement for Tom Brady in this draft.

Mills also said that the Jets would have taken Mayfield over Sam Darnold at No. 3.

Michael David Smith/Pro Football Talk

Tags: Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots, Draft, Draft Misc, Misc Rumor, Trade Rumor

Jets Believed To Prefer Josh Rosen Over Sam Darnold

Apr 26, 2018 4:08 PM

The New York Jets are expected to select Josh Rosen over Sam Darnold if both players are on the board when they select at No. 3, according to Lance Zierlein of NFL.com.

The Broncos could look to trade up to No. 2 with the Giants to select Darnold.

Buffalo, meanwhile, is believed to prefer Josh Allen.

Charean Williams/Pro Football Talk

Tags: New York Jets, Draft, Draft Misc, Misc Rumor

Josh Allen Apologizes For Offensive Tweets From High School

Apr 26, 2018 11:05 AM

Josh Allen has apologized for Tweets he posted while in high school which contained racial slurs and other offensive language.

Allen has also deleted the Tweets.

Allen told Stephen A. Smith that some of the tweets made reference to rap lyrics and television, including a saying that was part of an episode from the sitcom "Modern Family."

A team with a top-five draft pick told ESPN's Adam Schefter that it knew nothing about the tweets and that it had "never heard anything but positives" about Allen.

Schefter also proposed a theory mentioned to him by two teams.


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2018 NFL Mock Draft, Final Version

Apr 25, 2018 6:16 PM

By Jeff Risdon

The final projection of picks for the first three rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft. Commentary will be brief. Note that these reflect choices I think the teams might make in the given situations and do not reflect the choices I would make. The “what I would do mock” published last week.

Also note that after the first 15 or so picks I’m much more interested in matching player to draft slot than I am player to team.

As I said in the “20 bold predictions” piece, I think every sixth round pick gets traded and it wouldn’t surprise me if we see over 33 percent of all picks dealt from who holds them heading into the draft weekend.

1. Cleveland Browns: Sam Darnold, QB, USC. If it’s not Darnold, it will be Baker Mayfield and not Josh Allen. That’s the list.

2. New York Giants: Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State. I’ve grown more confident in this guess over the last few days. The pick is more likely to be dealt than the Giants taking a quarterback. That’s my take and I’m sticking to it.

3. New York Jets: Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma. If Darnold is available here, he’s the pick. I don’t buy the Josh Allen or Josh Rosen talk. Mayfield has been linked to the Jets by so many, and this is not a franchise that has hidden its draft intentions well lately. If both Darnold and Mayfield are gone, enjoy Josh Allen here. 

4. Cleveland Browns: Bradley Chubb, EDGE, North Carolina State. I’m more confident of what the Browns do at No. 4 than I am No. 1. It’s either Chubb or the pick is traded.

5. Denver Broncos: Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA. Quite confident this slot is Rosen’s, but will it be the Broncos taking him or another team (Bills, Cardinals) trading up? I’d bet on the trade. If the Broncos pick, my speculation is they take Quenton Nelson. 

6. Indianapolis Colts: Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia. I had Denzel Ward here but Smith has a chance to be more special and the Colts LBs are a lot needier than their young secondary. 

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame. The Bucs add the best player in the draft to help Jameis be all that he can be. Sleeper pick: Marcus Davenport.

8. Chicago Bears: Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech. Edmunds to Chicago was one of the popular gleaning from the Combine. I keep circling back to it, though the Mike McGlinchey talk certainly makes sense too. I believe they sprint to the podium if Nelson is available. I don’t buy the Minkah or Derwin chatter.

9. San Francisco 49ers: Derwin James, S, Florida State. James won the coin flip over Minkah Fitzpatrick and I approve, as I believe James is a higher-end prospect to help the 49ers secondary. 

10. Oakland Raiders: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame. Another pick I’ve believed in for some time and circled back to after dalliances with other concepts (Denzel Ward, Minkah Fitzpatrick). One particular person I (mostly) trust told me in late March “this is the easiest lock in the entire draft.”

11. Miami Dolphins: Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama. Versatile playmaker who can play free safety or slot corner in a defense that needs help in a lot of places. I can see Lamar Jackson being the pick here too. 

12. Buffalo Bills: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming. I think they trade up to get the boom/bust wunderkind but I’m not monkeying with the order to project trades.

13. Washington: Vita Vea, DT, Washington. One well-placed source insists the pick will be Vea. Another insists it will be Derrius Guice. Neither will surprise me, nor would DaRon Payne.

14. Green Bay Packers: Harold Landry, EDGE, Boston College. I had Leighton Vander Esch here as the hot connection coming out of the Combine, but recent events led me to switch to Landry, a more proven pass rusher. I strongly believe it will be one or the other. 

15. Arizona Cardinals: Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville. They very well might have to trade up to land him, but I like the concept of Jackson heading to Arizona. 

16. Baltimore Ravens: Marcus Davenport, EDGE, Texas-San Antonio. Davenport is the latest successor to Terrell Suggs and another player/team match emanating from the Combine.

17. Los Angeles Chargers: Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State. This is how variable this draft will be: I legitimately had Ward going to the Colts at No. 6 and that could absolutely happen, but I can also see the undersized Ward falling this far and nobody really blinks. 

18. Seattle Seahawks: Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia. Rather than recreating the Legion of Boom with a CB like Josh Jackson, I buy into the school of thought that the Seahawks will finally take Russell Wilson’s protection seriously. Wynn would be their best tackle, but he’s a much better guard prospect.  

19. Dallas Cowboys: Leighton Vander Esch, LB, Boise State. An off-ball linebacker with potential to become a pass rusher, Vander Esch is one of draft season’s biggest winners. Dallas reinforces the defense. I know many think they go WR here, but I’m sticking with the D.

20. Detroit Lions: DaRon Payne, DT, Alabama. As I’m a Lions fan I’ll elaborate the pick here. My somewhat educated belief is that Harold Landry is Plan A, Marcus Davenport is Plan B, Payne or Bama teammate Rashaan Evans are Plan C. I think Payne has pass-rushing upside that will intrigue the Lions, and pass rush is far and away their biggest self-identified need. I will be quite surprised if the pick is not one of the four players I mentioned here. Offensive guard is more likely than RB should they deviate from the pass rush. 

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Frank Ragnow, C, Arkansas. I am matching player and team here, but I think it will be latter, as if this is what the Bengals want they know they can wait (but not too long) to get Ragnow or James Daniels or Billy Price. Good spot to make a deal with someone coming up to snatch an offensive tackle or wide receiver. Sleeper pick: Lamar Jackson if he’s still on the board.

22. Buffalo Bills: Billy Price, C, Ohio State. Presuming they haven’t traded the pick, the Bills must address the growing holes on the interior OL. Price has an injury availability concern for his rookie season but is a higher-end prospect than any other center in this class.

23. New England Patriots: Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama. Smart, rangy and versatile. Sounds like a Patriot, and they need some reinforcements all over the defense.

24. Carolina Panthers: Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville. A feisty playmaker who would be more highly regarded if not for an injury-plagued 2017. The Panthers are a tough team to place but they can always use corners. Donte Jackson was strongly considered here.

25. Tennessee Titans: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa. This is another pick where I’m more matching player with slot than team, as the Titans have a hefty investment at CB with Malcolm Butler in FA and Adoree Jackson in the first round last year. Jackson is a bigger corner and could fit, however. His size and production dictate NFL teams will covet his services early on, even if it’s not the Titans in this slot.

26. Atlanta Falcons: Taven Bryan, DT, Florida. Bryan thrives on disrupting up the gut with a lightning first step. The Falcons don’t really have that kind of player. This is one of the more popular consensus mock draft picks…for a reason.

27. New Orleans Saints: D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland. The first wideout goes to a team that can use a complement to Michael Thomas. Moore thrives on short-range targets and running after the catch.

28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Justin Reid, S, Stanford. One of the smartest guys in the draft, and he also happens to be quite productive at a position where the Steelers sorely need help.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina. Overaged but capable of doing anything and everything the Jaguars will ask of him as a tight end, Hurst was the consensus choice of the four Jacksonville “insiders” I asked.

30. Minnesota Vikings: Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP. Hernandez is blessed with epic strength and a nasty disposition in using it as a blocker. He moves well for a guy built like a refrigerator, too. The Vikings keep efforting to reinforce the offensive line.

31. New England Patriots: Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA. One of the best athletes in the draft regardless of position, Miller needs technical refinement but has the length and upside teams will covet.

32. Philadelphia Eagles: Derrius Guice, RB, LSU. Not the biggest need for the Super Bowl champs, but too tempting of a talent to turn away. Guice falls in the draft more for the glut of RB talent than any potential issues he allegedly (and unfoundedly) brings to the table.

Round 2 

1 (33). Cleveland Browns: Connor Williams, OT, Texas

2 (34). New York Giants: James Daniels, C, Iowa

3 (35). Cleveland Browns: Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado

4 (36). Indianapolis Colts: Donte Jackson, CB, LSU

5 (37). Indianapolis Colts: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU

6 (38). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mike Hughes, CB, UCF

7 (39). Chicago Bears: Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M

8 (40). Denver Broncos: Mo Hurst, DT, Michigan

9 (41). Oakland Raiders: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State

10 (42). Miami Dolphins: D.J. Chark, WR, LSU

11 (43). New England Patriots: Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond

12 (44). Washington Redskins: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia

13 (45). Green Bay Packers: Austin Corbett, OG, Nevada

14 (46). Cincinnati Bengals: Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State

15 (47). Arizona Cardinals: Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama

16 (48). Los Angeles Chargers: Nathan Shepherd, DT, Fort Valley State

17 (49). Indianapolis Colts: Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn

18 (50). Dallas Cowboys: Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State

19 (51). Detroit Lions: Tyrell Crosby, OT/OG, Oregon

20 (52). Baltimore Ravens: Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

21 (53). Buffalo Bills: Ronald Jones, RB, USC

22 (54). Kansas City Chiefs: Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn

23 (55). Carolina Panthers: Brian O’Neill, OT, Pittsburgh

24 (56). Buffalo Bills: Lorenzo Carter, EDGE, Georgia

25 (57). Tennessee Titans: Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma

26 (58). Atlanta Falcons: Jessie Bates, S, Wake Forest

27 (59). San Francisco 49ers: Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State

28 (60). Pittsburgh Steelers: Fred Warner, LB, BYU

29 (61). Jacksonville Jaguars: Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa

30 (62). Minnesota Vikings: Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis

31 (63). New England Patriots: Uchenna Nwosu, EDGE, USC

32 (64). Cleveland Browns: James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State 

Round 3 

1 (65). Buffalo Bills: Josh Sweat, EDGE, Florida State

2 (66). New York Giants: Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas

3 (67). Indianapolis Colts: Sam Hubbard, EDGE, Ohio State

4 (68). Houston Texans: Chuks Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan

5 (69). New York Giants: DaShawn Hand, EDGE, Alabama

6 (70). San Francisco 49ers: Tarvarius Moore, S, Southern Miss

7 (71). Denver Broncos: Terrell Edmunds, S, Virginia Tech

8 (72). New York Jets: Martinas Rankin, OT/C, Mississippi State

9 (73). Miami Dolphins: P.J. Hall, DT, Sam Houston State

10 (74). San Francisco 49ers: Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame

11 (75). Oakland Raiders: Harrison Phillips, DE, Stanford

12 (76). Green Bay Packers: Isaac Yiadom, CB, Boston College

13 (77). Cincinnati Bengals: Deon Cain, WR, Clemson

14 (78). Kansas City Chiefs: Shaquem Griffin, LB, UCF

15 (79). Arizona Cardinals: Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State

16 (80). Houston Texans: Holton Hill, CB, Texas

17 (81). Dallas Cowboys: Kyzir White, S, West Virginia

18 (82). Detroit Lions: Tyquan Lewis, EDGE, Ohio State

19 (83). Baltimore Ravens: Nyheim Hines, RB, North Carolina State

20 (84). Los Angeles Chargers: Luke Falk, QB, Washington State

21 (85). Carolina Panthers: Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa

22 (86). Kansas City Chiefs: Rahsaan Gaulden, S, Tennessee

23 (87). Los Angeles Rams: Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt

24 (88). Carolina Panthers: Joseph Noteboom, OT, TCU

25 (89). Tennessee Titans: John Kelly, RB, Tennessee

26 (90). Atlanta Falcons: DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State

27 (91). New Orleans Saints: Bilal Nichols, DT, Delaware

28 (92). Pittsburgh Steelers: Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon

29 (93). Jacksonville Jaguars: Duke Dawson, CB, Florida

30 (94). Minnesota Vikings: Braden Smith, OG, Auburn

31 (95). New England Patriots: Kemoko Turay, EDGE, Rutgers

32 (96). Buffalo Bills: Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State

33 (97). Arizona Cardinals: Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, EDGE, Oklahoma

34 (98). Houston Texans: Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana

35 (99). Denver Broncos: Genard Avery, LB, Memphis

36 (100). Cincinnati Bengals: Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech

Jeff Risdon/RealGM

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Browns 'Definitely' Considering Baker Mayfield At No. 1

Apr 24, 2018 9:13 AM

The Cleveland Browns are "definitely" considering selecting Baker Mayfield with the first overall pick in the draft.

The Browns own the first and fourth picks in the draft.

Josh Allen, Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen are also being considered by the Browns.

John Dorsey referred to Mayfield as a "pleasant fella" during his Thursday news conference.

"The only thing I care about is, do guys win?" Dorsey said. "Does he have accuracy? Does he have a strong arm? Can he throw the ball in the red zone in tight windows? Can he drive the ball? At the end of the game, does he win? That's what I look for."

Adam Schefter/ESPN

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Josh Rosen Views Tennis As Helpful In Preparation For Football

Apr 23, 2018 10:21 PM

Josh Rosen shifted from tennis to football due to a shoulder injury as a 12-year-old.

Rosen views the way tennis players will lose points, games and sets even in victory as a way in helping him prepare to play football.

"The thing about tennis that helped me a lot was because of how many points you lose," he said. "[Even] if you beat someone, 6-0, 6-0, you're going to lose quite a couple of points … so you have to move on from lost points, because it's going to happen. You have to learn how to keep moving and pushing on."

Rosen was the No. 1 player in Southern California amongst 12 year olds and a top-50 player in the country.

“I was rehabbing for a long time and realized at that time it kind of wasn’t a sport I really loved,” Rosen said of tennis in a 2014 interview with CFB 24/7. “I had to get surgery or quit the sport, and after eight months of rehab going back and forth, I didn’t know if I loved the game as much as I did before.

"I ended up moving to football full-time, and it's worked out pretty well."

Some NFL coaches see a connection between the sports, if only a thin one.

"I can see the correlation there, no doubt," Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said. "There always seems to be common thing between tennis, quarterbacks and golfers. There's a hand-eye thing, something in the wrist movement that carries over. Usually, if you're a good tennis player, you're a good golfer. You're a good quarterback, you're a good golfer."

Said Houston Texans coach Bill O’Brien: “I’m not saying I watch a ton of tennis. But when you watch Wimbledon and see these tennis players and their ability to move side to side, attack the net, backpedal back to the baseline, it is a skill set as far as footwork goes that’s definitely transferable to football.”

Sam Farmer/Los Angeles Times

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Browns Have Discussed Drafting Two QBs In Top-4

Apr 19, 2018 1:13 PM

The Cleveland Browns have considered, discussed and investigated the possibility of selecting two quarterbacks with their pair of top-4 picks.

The Browns have long struggled to draft a franchise quarterback, so selecting two could essentially double their odds of getting the decision right.

The members of the Browns' front office that spoke about the scenario also outlined the downside of the strategy with the lack of practice reps and the inability to trade a rookie midseason due to a clause in the CBA.

The Browns still have $68 million in cap space and hold five selections in the top-64.

Kevin Clark/The Ringer

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Russell Wilson's Camp Asks Seahawks Why They're Scouting Josh Allen
Josh Allen will almost certainly be a first round draft pick.

Bob Condotta/Seattle Times

Bills 'Trying Like Hell' To Move Up To Draft Quarterback
The Bills currently own the 12th overall pick.

Jason La Canfora/CBS Sports

Checkered History Of Teams With Two Top-5 Picks In Same Draft
The Browns own the first and fifth overall picks in this year's draft.

Pat McManamon/ESPN

Jets Agree To Trade Up From No. 6 To No. 3 With Colts
The Jets will send two second round picks (Nos. 37 and 49) along with their 2019 second round pick to the Colts.

Rich Cimini/ESPN

Saquon Barkley Runs 4.40 40-Yard Dash
Saquon Barkley also had 29 reps on the bench press and a 41-inch vertical.


49ers Win Coin Toss Over Raiders For 9th Pick
Rod Woodson flipped the coin in front of John Lynch and Reggie McKenzie.


Browns Open To Trading No. 1 Overall Pick
John Dorsey is willing to listen if anyone wants to make an offer.

Pat McManamon/ESPN

Giants Have Faith In Eli Manning, Open To Trading Down
The Giants own the No. 2 overall pick in the 2018 draft.

Jordan Raanan/ESPN

Josh Rosen Denies Wanting To Avoid Browns In Draft
The Browns own the first overall pick.

Michael Silver/NFL.com

Bill Polian Believes 6'3 Lamar Jackson Too 'Short' To Play QB
Lamar Jackson is three inches taller than Baker Mayfield, who Bill Polian is high on.

Ari Gilberg/New York Daily News

FOX To Televise 2018 NFL Draft
Fox, NFL Network and ESPN will each air the 2018 NFL Draft.

Kevin Draper/New York Times

Giants Want Eli Manning To Return In 2018
The Giants will evaluate quarterbacks in the draft despite wanting to keep Eli Manning.

Chris Mortensen/ESPN

Bryce Love Will Remain At Stanford For Senior Season
Bryce Love was rated as the No. 2 running back potentially in the draft.

Mark Schlabach/ESPN

2018 NFL Mock Draft, Version 3.0
Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Saquon Barkley, Minkah Fitzpatrick and Baker Mayfield go in the top-5 in our latest 2018 mock draft.

Jeff Risdon/RealGM

Lamar Jackson Declares For 2018 NFL Draft
ESPN's Mel Kiper ranks Lamar Jackson as the No. 7 draft-eligible quarterback for 2018.

Adam Rittenberg/ESPN

Giants Could Afford To Keep Eli Manning While Drafting QB In 1st Round
Eli Manning is due $16 million 2018 and $17 million in 2019.

Albert Breer/Sports Illustrated

Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold Declare For NFL Draft
Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen are expected to be amongst the top picks in the draft.


Jets Open To Trading Up For Quarterback
Mike Maccagnan made inquiries in 2016 about trading up for either Jared Goff or Carson Wentz.

Rich Cimini/ESPN

Saquon Barkley Signs With Jay Z's Roc Nation Sports
Roc Nation has signed Todd Gurley and Leonard Fournette in recent drafts.

Darren Rovell/ESPN

Sam Darnold Not Ready To Make NFL Decision
Sam Darnold threw for 356 yards on 26-of-45 passing in the Cotton Bowl.

Mitch Sherman/ESPN