Braxton Miller's background as a quarterback, running back, and receiver makes him a versatile threat
Braxton Miller, who spent most of his college career playing quarterback, is learning a new position
The results are usually mixed when players change teams. Jamey Eisenberg breaks down the good (Lamar Miller) and bad (Matt Forte) moves from this offseason for Fantasy owners.
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The second day of the 2016 NFL Draft saw the rich get richer and several shocking selections, including the Dallas Cowboys nabbing Jaylon Smith ahead of fellow injured linebacker Myles Jack and the Buccaneers trading up into the second round to nab kicker Robert Aguayo.
Former Ohio St. quarterback Braxton Miller is the latest dynamic playmaker to join the Texans' offense.
With 31 picks complete in the 2016 NFL Draft, Day Two begins with the second round on Friday night and several talented players still available on the draft board.
Braxton Miller threw out the first pitch at Monday night's Cincinnati Reds game and wore an awesome hat.
Laquon Treadwell (Ole Miss) and Corey Coleman (Baylor) lead a wide receiver class made up of the usual suspects, but no must-have No. 1 option.

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