We're tracking all the key injury news heading into Week 4's NFL games.
The Packers cut A.J. Hawk and Brad Jones prior to the draft, with Ted Thompson gambling that he'd be able to find a rookie replacement. In nabbing Ryan in the fourth round, Thompson may have accomplished just that.
Aaron Rodgers has everything you want in a QB, and so does Garrett Grayson. We list the perfect prototypes for each position, from the wily veterans to the fresh rookies.
Before rookies report to their pro teams for workouts this week, NFLDraftScout.com pauses to reset the team picture for the Green Bay Packers in the first of a 32-team series.
Follow all the trades during the 2015 NFL league year here.
Will an NFL invest a draft pick in the former LSU star offensive tackle? Will the Cleveland Browns ever again draft a wide receiver? Where might quarterbacks Brett Hundley and Bryce Petty land? We take on these questions and more in our Day Three Bold Predictions for the 2015 NFL Draft.
Needing to add juice to a defense smarting with the losses of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland to retirement and cornerback Chris Culliver to free agency, the 49ers gamble on the Oakland native, who some feel is the draft's best corner and others see as a significant character risk.
The Jaguars and Raiders have plenty of choices at pass rusher and WR to fill clear areas of need, but each club faces thee age-old scouting dilemma of upside vs. pro-readiness.
If the reports are true and the Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles will indeed be adding defenders Ndamukong Suh and Byron Maxwell, respectively, the clubs could be free to spent just as lavishly on skill-position stars on draft day.
Scouts are wary of hailed improvements and once-in-a-lifetime performances at on-campus pro days, and you should be too. NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney breaks down how teams dissect pro day numbers.

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