Helping to hold the Georgia Bulldogs to 146 yards below their 20th ranked rushing attack in a dominating 27-3 win Saturday, the 6-foot-3, 283 pound Bullard showed off the form that could result in his joining Shariff Floyd, Dominique Easley and Dante Fowler as Florida's fourth defensive linemen to earn a first round pick since 2013.
On the first day of Jacksonville Jaguars rookie minicamp, third overall pick Dante Fowler Jr., the player who carried the promise of helping turn around the team's defense, left the field on a cart with a knee injury. NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney offers a reset of the 2015 Jaguars.
One of seven teams with multiple players selected in the first round, the Washington Huskies saw three of their players drafted Thursday.
Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn said Missouri defensive end Shane Ray is still on the team's draft board, and he left little doubt that he was serious about the defensive end's status even after a recent marijuana possession citation.
The Tennessee Titans hold a lot of cards in the 2015 NFL Draft. How Ruston Webster and coach Ken Whisenhunt play them could depend on how many suitors knock with trade offers for the No. 2 overall pick. Based on visits, edge rushers and wide receivers are the preferred pick in Nashville.
As free agency opens this week in the NFL, several players will be on the move as teams answer critical holes on the roster, possibly changing the landscape of the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft
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.
Edge players Vic Beasley (4.53), Randy Gregory (4.57) and Dante Fowler (4.61) put the speed in speed rusher Sunday morning. Their competitors among off-line of scrimmage linebackers, however, struggled in the 40-yard dash.
Each draft class offers boom-or-bust prospects, and that's especially true this year. That will make the interviews at the combine particularly important for character concerns like Jameis Winston.
Despite only three wins in 2014, there are reasons for optimism in Oakland, notably Derek Carr at the quarterback position. But he needs help and James Jones and Andre Holmes aren't quite enough at wide receiver. Alabama's Amari Cooper could be the answer.

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