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2016 NFL Draft: Round 7

2016 NFL Draft
Pick Team Player Shutdown Corner Commentary
30 (251) Philadelphia
Joe Walker

from Cardinals

31 (252) Carolina
Beau Sandland
Montana State
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32 (253) Tennessee
Kalan Reed
Southern Miss
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from Broncos

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    Ryan Leaf says prison helped him turn his life around

    In an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show, the former NFL quarterback opened up about how his life spiraled out of control.

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  • Belichick convinces UDFA to sign, tells him to be in shape

    Arizona State receiver and running back D.J. Foster was one of those fielding calls on Saturday, giving his cell battery a workout. The Cardinals, Texans and Patriots all came calling, and he was leaning toward what he considered his hometown team in Arizona. Then the Patriots deployed their top…

    Comcast SportsNet New England
  • Massarotti: Moving on from Garoppolo makes me nervous

    Tony Massarotti says if the team thinks Jimmy Garoppolo has something, don’t trade him because Tom Brady has more time left than they thought.
  • Reggie Wayne gives WR perspective on Kap, 49ers situation

    Free agency and the 2016 NFL Draft has passed, and Colin Kaepernick remains on the 49ers. The quarterback has continued rehabilitating, and is even throwing a little bit, according to general manager Trent Baalke. "I think it's going to be a little tough (for Kaepernick to earn the starting job),"…

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
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  • Mailbag: 49ers GM Baalke on hot seat?

    Around the 49ers, the draft is Trent Baalkes time. Baalke, the 49ers general manager, is never as out-front as he is during this time of year. Now, he will fade to the background, and coach Chip Kelly becomes the voice of the organization.

    CSN Bay Area
  • Colts sign 1st-round pick Ryan Kelly

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indianapolis Colts signed first-round draft pick Ryan Kelly on Wednesday.

    The Associated Press
  • Security chief Jeffrey Miller leaving NFL

    NEW YORK (AP) -- NFL security chief Jeffrey Miller is leaving the league for the private sector.

    The Associated Press
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  • Sneaky quarterback: RG3, Browns surprise high school team

    New Browns QB Robert Griffin III posed like a statue before surprising some unsuspecting high school football players Tuesday after the group was told they had just received $25,000 from the NFL team for new helmets and uniforms. Along with teammate Cam Erving, Griffin executed the trick play…

    The Associated Press
  • Ferragamo SpA sues ex-LA Rams quarterback over same-name winery

    Salvatore Ferragamo SpA, the Italian luxury goods maker, on Wednesday sued former Los Angeles Rams football quarterback Vince Ferragamo, saying he infringed its trademarks by operating his namesake winery in southern California. Consumers are likely to be confused into thinking the Ferragamo Winery…

  • Sam Bradford's agent Tom Condon: 'There is no real competition'

    The standoff continues.Sam Bradford isn't happy the Eagles traded up to the No. 2 pick in the draft. He stopped showing up to the team's offseason program and requested a trade.Bradford's agent, Tom Condon, appeared on "The Business of Sports" podcast on with former agent and NFL…

    Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia
  • Patriots opt not to pick up Cooper's fifth-year option

    After last weekend's draft, we can finally close the book on the trade that saw defensive end Chandler Jones dealt from the Patriots to the Cardinals in exchange for guard Jonathan Cooper and a second-round pick. The pick was traded for picks that eventually became offensive lineman Joe Thuney and…
  • Adrian Peterson donating $100K to flood relief in hometown

    Adrian Peterson grew up in Palestine, Texas, and has felt the support of its people as he rose to prominence in the NFL and when he endured the hardships that followed. Now, in his hometown's hour of need, the Minnesota Vikings star is giving back to an area ravaged by flooding last weekend.…

    The Associated Press
  • Falcons agree to terms on 4-year deal with Keanu Neal

    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) -- The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms on a four-year contract with safety Keanu Neal, the team's first-round pick from Florida.

    The Associated Press
  • Cowboys will re-create ring of honor at new headquarters

    The new headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys will have a re-creation of the team's ring of honor that will include cleat prints of Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson 50 yards apart - the length of their famous touchdown play in a 1975 playoff game. The Hall of Fame Dallas quarterback and one of his…

    The Associated Press
  • Good deed by Falcons' Freeman makes way to social media

    Falcons running back Devonta Freeman said Wednesday it was ''motivation to me'' when he was walking in his neighborhood this week and saw 82-year-old Eleanor Szendel struggling to empty the bag on her lawn mower. Freeman stopped to offer his help and says he also offered to cut her grass in the…

    The Associated Press
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  • Quarterback Manziel booked by Texas police on assault charge

    By Lisa Maria Garza DALLAS, May 4 (Reuters) - Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel was booked by police in Dallas County on Wednesday and posted bond on a charge of beating his ex-girlfriend earlier this year, police said. Manziel had a mug shot taken and posted bond of $1,500, police…

  • Beware meat from China and Mexico, NFL players warned

    The National Football League Players Association warned players against steroid-contaminated meat from China and Mexico, saying eating large quantities could lead to them failing drugs tests. The NFLPA said in a statement sent to members that players remained ultimately responsible for what they…

  • Tuesday's Sports In Brief

    There's a very good chance the Miami Marlins' two-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates in Puerto Rico will not be held there because of concerns about the Zika virus, a person familiar with the situation. Marlins players attended a seminar on Zika that heightened concerns about playing the…

    The Associated Press
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