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Tyler Sullivan joins Kevin Boilard on 247Sports' Patriot Ways to explain why the New England Patriots should trade up in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Why Patriots should trade up for a QB
Tyler Sullivan joins Kevin Boilard on 247Sports' Patriot Ways to explain why the New England Patriots should trade up in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Tyler Sullivan joins Kevin Boilard on 247Sports' Patriot Ways to explain why the New England Patriots should trade up in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Why Patriots should trade up for a QB
Tyler Sullivan joins Kevin Boilard on 247Sports' Patriot Ways to explain why the New England Patriots should trade up in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Tyler Sullivan joins Kevin Boilard on 247Sports' Patriot Ways to explain why the New England Patriots should trade up in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Why Patriots should trade up for a QB
Tyler Sullivan joins Kevin Boilard on 247Sports' Patriot Ways to explain why the New England Patriots should trade up in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Tyler Sullivan joins Kevin Boilard on 247Sports' Patriot Ways to explain why the New England Patriots should trade up in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Why Patriots should trade up for a QB
Tyler Sullivan joins Kevin Boilard on 247Sports' Patriot Ways to explain why the New England Patriots should trade up in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Former Georgia running backs Sony Michel, left, and Nick Chubb laugh as they carry the Rose Bowl trophy to midfield before the first half of the G Day inter squad spring football game Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Athens, Ga. Michel and Chubb were each wearing the other's jersey number. Both are expected to be taken in the NFL draft. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Former Georgia running backs Sony Michel, left, and Nick Chubb laugh as they carry the Rose Bowl trophy to midfield before the first half of the G Day inter squad spring football game Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Athens, Ga. Michel and Chubb were each wearing the other's jersey number. Both are expected to be taken in the NFL draft. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Former Georgia running backs Sony Michel, left, and Nick Chubb laugh as they carry the Rose Bowl trophy to midfield before the first half of the G Day inter squad spring football game Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Athens, Ga. Michel and Chubb were each wearing the other's jersey number. Both are expected to be taken in the NFL draft. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Former Georgia running backs Sony Michel, left, and Nick Chubb laugh as they carry the Rose Bowl trophy to midfield before the first half of the G Day intrasquad spring college football game Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Athens, Ga. Michel and Chubb were wearing each other's jersey number. Both are expected to be taken in the NFL draft. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Former Georgia running backs Sony Michel, left, and Nick Chubb laugh as they carry the Rose Bowl trophy to midfield before the first half of the G Day intrasquad spring college football game Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Athens, Ga. Michel and Chubb were wearing each other's jersey number. Both are expected to be taken in the NFL draft. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
Former Georgia running backs Sony Michel, left, and Nick Chubb laugh as they carry the Rose Bowl trophy to midfield before the first half of the G Day intrasquad spring college football game Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Athens, Ga. Michel and Chubb were wearing each other's jersey number. Both are expected to be taken in the NFL draft. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
No college has produced more than five first overall picks in the NFL draft. But if the Browns take Sam Darnold first overall on Thursday night, he&#8217;ll be the sixth No. 1 pick from USC. Southern Cal is one of three schools to have five first overall draft picks. The others, Auburn and Notre Dame, [<a href="https://ec.yimg.com/ec?url=http%3a%2f%2fprofootballtalk.nbcsports.com%2f2018%2f04%2f21%2fsam-darnold-could-be-the-sixth-usc-player-drafted-first-overall%2f%26quot%3b&t=1524435453&sig=zgebCxixp6g7mamNhFcGhQ--~D rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:more" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">more</a>]
Sam Darnold could be the sixth USC player drafted first overall
No college has produced more than five first overall picks in the NFL draft. But if the Browns take Sam Darnold first overall on Thursday night, he’ll be the sixth No. 1 pick from USC. Southern Cal is one of three schools to have five first overall draft picks. The others, Auburn and Notre Dame, [more]
No college has produced more than five first overall picks in the NFL draft. But if the Browns take Sam Darnold first overall on Thursday night, he&#8217;ll be the sixth No. 1 pick from USC. Southern Cal is one of three schools to have five first overall draft picks. The others, Auburn and Notre Dame, [<a href="https://ec.yimg.com/ec?url=http%3a%2f%2fprofootballtalk.nbcsports.com%2f2018%2f04%2f21%2fsam-darnold-could-be-the-sixth-usc-player-drafted-first-overall%2f%26quot%3b&t=1524435453&sig=zgebCxixp6g7mamNhFcGhQ--~D rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:more" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">more</a>]
Sam Darnold could be the sixth USC player drafted first overall
No college has produced more than five first overall picks in the NFL draft. But if the Browns take Sam Darnold first overall on Thursday night, he’ll be the sixth No. 1 pick from USC. Southern Cal is one of three schools to have five first overall draft picks. The others, Auburn and Notre Dame, [more]
The Cardinals will likely have to trade up in order to draft most of these QBs.
5 quarterbacks the Cardinals might select in the NFL Draft - ABC15 Sports
The Cardinals will likely have to trade up in order to draft most of these QBs.
The Cardinals will likely have to trade up in order to draft most of these QBs.
5 quarterbacks the Cardinals might select in the NFL Draft - ABC15 Sports
The Cardinals will likely have to trade up in order to draft most of these QBs.
The Cardinals will likely have to trade up in order to draft most of these QBs.
5 quarterbacks the Cardinals might select in the NFL Draft - ABC15 Sports
The Cardinals will likely have to trade up in order to draft most of these QBs.
The Cardinals will likely have to trade up in order to draft most of these QBs.
5 quarterbacks the Cardinals might select in the NFL Draft - ABC15 Sports
The Cardinals will likely have to trade up in order to draft most of these QBs.
<p>Go ahead and put receivers Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson into the Raiders starting lineup. Use a pen. Only injury would be cause to reach for the White Out.</p><p>New Raiders head coach Jon Gruden loves both guys. He said Cooper will be the passing game&#39;s main attraction. He imported Nelson for his on-field production and locker-room leadership.</p><p>The Raiders are looking to upgrade receiver depth, a point made clear in free agency. They went after Ryan Grant, who eventually signed with Indianapolis. They brought Eric Decker in for a visit, though he left without a deal.</p>
Raiders receiver quest may continue in NFL draft

Go ahead and put receivers Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson into the Raiders starting lineup. Use a pen. Only injury would be cause to reach for the White Out.

New Raiders head coach Jon Gruden loves both guys. He said Cooper will be the passing game's main attraction. He imported Nelson for his on-field production and locker-room leadership.

The Raiders are looking to upgrade receiver depth, a point made clear in free agency. They went after Ryan Grant, who eventually signed with Indianapolis. They brought Eric Decker in for a visit, though he left without a deal.

<p>The Raiders are set with a 1-2 punch of Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson, but the NFL Draft could bring another option for Derek Carr.</p>
Raiders receiver quest may continue in NFL Draft

The Raiders are set with a 1-2 punch of Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson, but the NFL Draft could bring another option for Derek Carr.

With the NFL Draft coming in a week, the Broncos are at a crossroads. Can GM John Elway orchestrate yet another turnaround, on a dime, in Denver?
Adapt or Die: Can The Broncos Evolve Once Again Under Elway?
With the NFL Draft coming in a week, the Broncos are at a crossroads. Can GM John Elway orchestrate yet another turnaround, on a dime, in Denver?
With the NFL Draft coming in a week, the Broncos are at a crossroads. Can GM John Elway orchestrate yet another turnaround, on a dime, in Denver?
Adapt or Die: Can The Broncos Evolve Once Again Under Elway?
With the NFL Draft coming in a week, the Broncos are at a crossroads. Can GM John Elway orchestrate yet another turnaround, on a dime, in Denver?
With the NFL Draft coming in a week, the Broncos are at a crossroads. Can GM John Elway orchestrate yet another turnaround, on a dime, in Denver?
Adapt or Die: Can The Broncos Evolve Once Again Under Elway?
With the NFL Draft coming in a week, the Broncos are at a crossroads. Can GM John Elway orchestrate yet another turnaround, on a dime, in Denver?
With the NFL Draft coming in a week, the Broncos are at a crossroads. Can GM John Elway orchestrate yet another turnaround, on a dime, in Denver?
Adapt or Die: Can The Broncos Evolve Once Again Under Elway?
With the NFL Draft coming in a week, the Broncos are at a crossroads. Can GM John Elway orchestrate yet another turnaround, on a dime, in Denver?
<p>With the Raiders already at 76 players on their roster, plus 11 draft picks and signing undrafted free agents, some jobs may be lost after the draft.</p>
Why Raiders players should pay close attention to NFL Draft this year

With the Raiders already at 76 players on their roster, plus 11 draft picks and signing undrafted free agents, some jobs may be lost after the draft.

Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month&#39;s NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He&#39;s spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week&#39;s NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Meet Shaquem Griffin, the one-handed player who's probably headed to the NFL
Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month's NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He's spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week's NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month&#39;s NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He&#39;s spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week&#39;s NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Meet Shaquem Griffin, the one-handed player who's probably headed to the NFL
Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month's NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He's spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week's NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month&#39;s NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He&#39;s spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week&#39;s NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Meet Shaquem Griffin, the one-handed player who's probably headed to the NFL
Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month's NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He's spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week's NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month's NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He's spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week's NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Meet Shaquem Griffin, the one-handed player who's probably headed to the NFL
Wearing a prosthetic grip on his left arm, Shaquem Griffin put up an astonishing 20 reps in the bench press at last month's NFL combine, where prospective draft picks show their skills. The performance bumped up his draft stock in NFL circles and his popularity outside them. He's spent a lifetime proving doubters wrong and expects next week's NFL draft to be no different. Dana Jacobson reports.
Unsurprisingly, the Jets won&#8217;t be letting defensive lineman Leonard Williams leave any time soon. The Jets announced on Saturday morning that they have picked up the fifth-year option on Williams&#8217; contract. Williams was the sixth overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, and he&#8217;s developed into a quality starter who hasn&#8217;t missed a game. So [<a href="https://ec.yimg.com/ec?url=http%3a%2f%2fprofootballtalk.nbcsports.com%2f2018%2f04%2f21%2fjets-pick-up-leonard-williams-fifth-year-option%2f%26quot%3b&t=1524435453&sig=76sOyRqhJaAs2mrvkOqjJw--~D rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:more" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">more</a>]
Jets pick up Leonard Williams’ fifth-year option
Unsurprisingly, the Jets won’t be letting defensive lineman Leonard Williams leave any time soon. The Jets announced on Saturday morning that they have picked up the fifth-year option on Williams’ contract. Williams was the sixth overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, and he’s developed into a quality starter who hasn’t missed a game. So [more]
Unsurprisingly, the Jets won&#8217;t be letting defensive lineman Leonard Williams leave any time soon. The Jets announced on Saturday morning that they have picked up the fifth-year option on Williams&#8217; contract. Williams was the sixth overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, and he&#8217;s developed into a quality starter who hasn&#8217;t missed a game. So [<a href="https://ec.yimg.com/ec?url=http%3a%2f%2fprofootballtalk.nbcsports.com%2f2018%2f04%2f21%2fjets-pick-up-leonard-williams-fifth-year-option%2f%26quot%3b&t=1524435453&sig=76sOyRqhJaAs2mrvkOqjJw--~D rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:more" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">more</a>]
Jets pick up Leonard Williams’ fifth-year option
Unsurprisingly, the Jets won’t be letting defensive lineman Leonard Williams leave any time soon. The Jets announced on Saturday morning that they have picked up the fifth-year option on Williams’ contract. Williams was the sixth overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, and he’s developed into a quality starter who hasn’t missed a game. So [more]

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