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Former Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner has signed with the Patriots as an undrafted free agent -- to play wide receiver, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The division as a whole drafted well but Jerry Jones' gamble on talented but troubled edge rusher Randy Gregory makes the the Dallas Cowboys the club to watch yet again.
Though it did not have the most first-round draft picks, the SEC once again led all conferences with 54 players selected in the 2015 NFL draft.
Reacting to deregulation, the Mountain West Conference is considering matching its two 'best' teams in its conference championship game.
Florida State has been ridiculously good in college football for a long time. That's shown in recent NFL Drafts.
USC linebacker Hayes Pullard wrote an open letter to NFL teams asking to be selected in the draft. The Browns granted his wish.
Roll Packers. Eddie Lacy and T.J. Yeldon compared notes and Lacy said their practices in Tuscaloosa were more difficult than what he's experienced at the pro level so far.
Evan Spencer predicted Ohio State would beat Alabama in the College Football Playoff ... a full year early. He's now in Washington.
A late season ACL injury caused Ifo Ekpre-Olomu's draft stock to tank, but an insurance policy bought before the 2014 season kicked in to cover some loss of value.
Detroit replaced former Auburn DT Nick Fairley with DT Gabe Wright, who once asked 'Nick Who?' when he committed to the Tigers.
Todd Grantham made (what was probably) an honest mistake on Saturday when he tweeted out a photo of a list of recruits from Georgia he is likely trying to snag for 2016.
J.J. Nelson, who ran the fastest 40-yard dash at the 2015 NFL combine, may be the last player ever drafted out of UAB.
San Francisco used its fourth-round selection on Blake Bell, a hybrid tight end, mauler and ... quarterback? 'The Belldozer' is in the NFL.
Alabama fullback Jalston Fowler, drafted by the Tennessee Titans, is a good player. And he's nicknamed 'Nudie.'
Malcolm Brown, Malcom Brown, it's all the same in Charlie Strong's world, apparently.
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