Last week, Eagles coach Chip Kelly called the NFL Draft 'the worst thing about the league,' and now he's given his frank assessment of the team's depth chart.
Take a bow, Jason Licht and Lovie Smith. The Bucs earn the only A in free agency, but the Skins, Falcons, Pats and Broncos are among those close behind.
Unless you're a tackle like Eugene Monroe or a DB like Jairus Byrd, big money ain't there. If you're a WR (unless you're Eric Decker), forget it.
New Texans coach Bill O'Brien, a noted quarterback guru, probably would prefer to pick Blake Bortles with the No. 1 pick. But what if owner Bob McNair wants Johnny Manziel?
How does champion Seattle ease cap woes? Will the Pats cut Vince Wilfork? What about DeMarcus Ware, Chris Johnson, Mark Sanchez and Matt Schaub? Cap cuts are coming.
Cam Newton's evolution has certainly helped the playoff-bound Panthers, but the outstanding play of linebackers Thomas Davis and Luke Kuechly cannot be overlooked.
Visiting camps, it's clear that union officials are not at all happy about the leaks in the Von Miller case. Also clear: Pass catchers are at a premium right now.
With the Steelers looking to find receiver depth, rookie Markus Wheaton gave Pittsburgh a spark Saturday.
Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon continues to make a negative impressive with his new bosses in Jacksonville.
Every NFL Draft takes three years to truly evaluate. Pete Prisco looks back at his 2010 Grades (he'd like to have that Jimmy Clausen prediction back).

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