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.
The Carolina Panthers made the shocking decision of rescinding the franchise tag designation on Pro Bowl cornerback Josh Norman, instantly making him a coveted free agent. Which prospects in next week's draft could be Norman's replacement in Carolina? Here are five to consider.
Every NFL prospect hopes to be among the list of prospects invited to Indianapolis for the annual combine held in February. None of them, however, want to be among the players invited back in early April for the medical recheck. Who is heading back to Indianapolis this year?
Projected early round picks Myles Jack, Kendall Fuller and Max Tuerk among the prospects whose knee injuries (and subsequent surgeries) will keep them sidelined for many of the athletic tests conducted during next week's scouting combine.