Despite the $100,000 study that said Teddy Bridgewater would be the better NFL quarterback, the Browns -- thanks to the insights of a homeless gentleman -- drafted Johnny Manziel
Adrian Peterson's agent got into an altercation with a Vikings executive Indy at the NFL Combine in what is the latest chapter in the ongoing drama between the two camps.
Mark Ingram and Jeremy Hill delivered in 2014. Now Jamey Eisenberg tops his early list of 2015 sleepers with Eli Manning and LeGarrette Blount.
Georgia's Todd Gurley could break the two-year streak with no running backs in the first round of the NFL Draft -- only if he proves his health. Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham might be the best talent in the draft, but he understands he comes with some baggage. Here's what we learned from both players Thursday and other takeaways.
The Vikings traded up into the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft to take quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, and it might prove to be the biggest reason for any turnaround the team experiences.
Projected top 10 picks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota will throw this week at the annual Scouting Combine, raising the stakes in their battle to be the first quarterback (and perhaps player) selected in the 2015 NFL Draft.
The last mock before the combine has a running back going to the Colts (Todd Gurley) in the first round, but fewer players with off-field issues.
Browns players are also wondering what Cleveland's season would've looked like -- and the future! -- if the team took Teddy Bridgewater instead of Johnny Manziel during the 2014 NFL Draft.
Last week, CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora wrote about the perpetual train wreck that is the Browns. Not surprisingly, Haslam disagreed with La Canfora's assessment.
How much has Peyton Manning slipped? How high have Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown soared? Jamey Eisenberg offers an early, eye-opening 12-team mock.

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