The Redskins want to give you $1 million, but there's a catch.
WARNING: Once you see this Marcus Mariota sandwich, you won't be able to unsee it.
With only cornerback Justin Coleman currently projected by NFLDraftScout.com to be selected this year, Tennessee's 52-year streak of at least one Volunteer getting selected is in jeopardy. There is reason for optimism, however, with plenty of NFL talent returning to Knoxville.
Whether Tennessee holds onto the No. 2 overall pick or trades it away to the highest bidder, Oregon's Marcus Mariota will follow Florida State's Jameis Winston as the second overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Rang's Gang is the collective answer to the question I'm most often asked: "If you were running a team and you needed a (insert position), who would you take?" There are only two rules for applicants -- no consensus first-round prospects and toughness (more than elite size or speed) is required.
The Eagles aren't quite as tied to Marcus Mariota as they have been in weeks past but we're bringing it back baby.
People are apparently worried about Marcus Mariota's vocal leadership. Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost says he's gotten the "dumbest questions" about it and his former QB.
The people of New Orleans are not happy with former Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory right now.
The NFL announced 26 players are locked in to attend the 2015 NFL Draft in Chicago. That list does not include Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota.
According to a report, Melvin Gordon isn't going to fall past the Ravens at No. 26 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft.

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