Sorry, franchise tags don't count -- and, no, the Vikings trading for Sam Bradford isn't No. 1
Two defensive tackles and a stud receiver -- all on rookie deals -- make the top 3
Sports-talk radio hosts let loose on Public Enemy No. 1 for each NFL fan base
The Titans and Rams blew up everyone's mock draft. Lit them all on fire and threw them in the dumpster with a massive trade by Los Angeles to move up to No. 1 overall from No. 15.
It's surprisingly quiet at the top of draft. Is that just a sign that expected picks will be status quo? Or that this draft could get crazy?
Did the NFL let the air out of the New England Patriots draft by docking their first-round pick or will Bill Belichick outsmart the league with a fistful of middle-rounders in 2016?
By adding four former first-round picks (and possibly another soon) this offseason, the Patriots have tried to overcome the Deflategate punishment handed down by commissioner Roger Goodell. With multiple needs met, what direction will New England take in the draft? NFLDraftScout.com founder and publisher Frank Cooney explores.

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