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Steelers trade Martavis Bryant to Raiders for 3rd-rounder

The Pittsburgh Steelers sent wide receiver Martavis Bryant to the Oakland Raiders for the No. 79 overall pick (third round) in the 2018 NFL Draft, the team announced Thursday. The Steelers originally said the trade was for the No. 75 pick.

The troubled receiver attempted to force his way out of Pittsburgh during the 2017 season after his role diminished following a return from a yearlong suspension for multiple violations of the NFL's substance-abuse policy.

However, the Steelers appeared reticent to give up on the pass-catcher after sticking beside him during his off-field issues.

Bryant will give Jon Gruden's offense a much-needed deep threat and form a formidable trio with Amari Cooper and free-agent signing Jordy Nelson.

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 2:13 am

Allen thanks Bills for drafting him after Twitter controversy

Josh Allen emerged as one of the most controversial picks in recent memory, but he's just relieved to be off the board.

After a brief wait, the Buffalo Bills traded up to the seventh overall pick to select Allen, marking him as their quarterback of the future.

Prior to the draft, a series of questionable tweets made by Allen when he was in high school were highlighted by several Twitter users, leading some to believe he'd descend down draft boards.

Allen said he'd likely address his previous tweets upon meeting his new Bills teammates.

"I don't have to, but I probably will. I want them to know that I am going to work on being the best teammate possible. I've never had a problem in my past with any teammates," Allen said to ESPN's Suzy Kolber via Mike Rodak.

Allen appeared to be eternally grateful to the Bills after a tumultuous 24 hours.

"I want to say thank you to the Bills organization for making the leap and putting their faith in me. I'm gonna make them look like they are the smartest people out there," he said.

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 2:12 am

Bills trade up for uber-athletic Tremaine Edmunds

The Bills made another bold move to grab their new defensive dynamo after jumping up for Josh Allen.

Buffalo gave up the No. 22 and No. 65 overall picks for the Baltimore Ravens' No. 16 pick and selected linebacker Tremaine Edmunds out of Virginia Tech.

Standing at a ridiculous 6-foot-5 and just 19 years old, Edmunds has one of the highest ceilings in the draft.

Tremaine Edmunds Bio

Position: LB
School: Virginia Tech
College Experience: Junior
Height: 6-5
Weight: 253 lbs

Strengths

  • Possesses rare athletic traits (height/weight/length) for an NFL linebacker.
  • Only 19 years old (turns 20 in May), so a year or two of coaching could help unlock his unique potential.
  • Moves very well in space for a linebacker his size, especially laterally. Also has incredible closing speed/pursuit.
  • Has ability to man-cover tight ends and running backs.
  • Versatility to fit into any scheme; can even rush the passer on the edge.
  • Ball-carriers rarely escape his grasp due to incredibly wide wingspan.
  • Athletic linebacker who plays all over the field.

Weaknesses

  • Relies on athleticism and is often slow to diagnose certain plays.
  • Plays with high pad level when engaging, which causes him to lose leverage while pursuing.
  • Needs to work on zone-coverage responsibilities.
  • Must improve gap control/awareness; often takes inefficient paths to ball-carriers.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.54 sec 
Bench Press 19 reps
Broad Jump 117 inches

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Author: theScore Staff
Posted: April 27, 2018, 1:50 am

4 QBs taken in top 10 for 1st time in NFL history

The 2018 NFL Draft's quarterback class has already made history.

For the first time ever, four pivots were taken in the draft's top 10 picks, according to ESPN's Field Yates.

The Cleveland Browns shocked the world by taking Baker Mayfield with the No. 1 overall pick before the New York Jets nabbed Sam Darnold at No. 3.

Next, the Buffalo Bills traded up to No. 7 for Josh Allen, then the Arizona Cardinals followed suit by moving up for Josh Rosen with the last pick of the top 10.

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 1:49 am

Saints improve pass rush, trade up to select Marcus Davenport

The New Orleans Saints have selected edge rusher Marcus Davenport out of Texas-San Antonio with the 14th overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Davenport is expected to fortify a pass rush that already includes All-Pro defensive end Cameron Jordan.

During his final collegiate season, Davenport earned Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year honors.

Gifted with excellent athleticism and straight-line speed, Davenport figures to be a nightmare for NFC South offensive coordinators.

Marcus Davenport Bio

Position: DE/OLB
School: UTSA
College Experience: Senior
Height: 6-6
Weight: 264 lbs

Strengths

  • Ideal height and arm length for a 3-4 or 4-3 defense.
  • Converts speed-to-power better than most edge rushers in this class.
  • Both quick and fast: closing speed to ball-carrier is impressive.
  • Has improved his production each year of college.
  • Very aggressive on-field demeanor: has devastating initial contact/punch that few offensive linemen can recover from.
  • Uses a combination of pass-rush moves and could use additional coaching to reach his full potential.
  • Possesses an impressive bull rush for a player his size.

Weaknesses

  • Playing in the Conference USA, he did not battle many elite offensive linemen.
  • More of a straight-line finisher than a fluid/change-of-direction athlete.
  • Takes his eyes off the ball at times, especially during play-action.
  • Plays with high pad level too often: must improve given his height.
  • Could add strength for next level to take on blockers at the point of attack.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.58 sec
Bench Press 22 reps
Vertical Jump 33.5 inches
Broad Jump 124 inches
3-Cone Drill 7.20 sec
20-yd Shuttle 4.41 sec

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Author: theScore Staff
Posted: April 27, 2018, 1:40 am

Cardinals find QB of future in Rosen after trading up to No. 10

The Arizona Cardinals selected quarterback Josh Rosen out of UCLA with the 10th overall pick in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

The pick was acquired in a trade with the Oakland Raiders.

Rosen was a prodigious high school talent who met the hype upon starting as a true freshman at UCLA. Gifted with outstanding touch on his passes, he can immediately compete for the starting role with the Cardinals.

The quarterback possesses excellent arm strength and should be able to get the most out of David Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald.

Josh Rosen Bio

Position: QB
School: UCLA
College Experience: Junior
Height: 6-4
Weight: 226 lbs

Strengths

  • Calm and collected, with a strong pocket presence, and footwork that helps him evade pressure without the benefit of above-average athleticism.
  • Highly developed in terms of understanding how much velocity to put on throws. Uses touch to lead receivers and to hit windows that others QBs in this class can't.
  • Very good arm strength. Showcases the ability to rifle in throws when necessary, and shouldn't have any limitations at the pro level.
  • Exceptional ball placement at times, especially over the middle of the field.
  • Advanced in reading defenses. Consistently moves to his second or third option.

Weaknesses

  • Only a decent athlete. Able to pick up some yards on forced scrambles and moves well outside the pocket, but is consistently brought down by the first or second rusher.
  • Can be overly aggressive; he's tempted by killer shots rather than taking what the defense gives him.
  • Inconsistent deep-ball thrower who's prone to poor downfield decisions.
  • Has a long injury history, including knee and shoulder issues, and a concussion.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.92 sec
Vertical Jump 31 inches
Broad Jump 111 inches
3-Cone Drill 7.09 sec
20-yard Shuttle 4.28 sec

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 1:13 am

49ers bolster offensive line with Mike McGlinchey

The San Francisco 49ers have selected offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey out of Notre Dame with the ninth overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft.

McGlinchey joins Notre Dame teammate Quenton Nelson, who went sixth overall on Thursday, as top-10 picks off one of the most dominant offensive lines in college football.

The addition of McGlinchey is a huge addition for Kyle Shanahan's offense in San Francisco, as the 49ers allowed 43 sacks last season, 10th worst in the entire league.

Mike McGlinchey Bio

Position: OT
School: Notre Dame
College Experience: Senior
Height: 6-8
Weight: 309 lbs

Strengths

  • Ideal size for NFL left tackle.
  • Good recovery agility; mirrors rusher and is comfortable guiding opponents past QB when initially beaten.
  • Active, aggressive hands.
  • Plays with consistently good balance and leverage. Outstanding footwork.
  • Strong in both pass protection and run blocking.

Weaknesses

  • Lacks top-tier strength and mass. Could struggle against power rushers at the pro level.
  • Not a mauler in the run game; more of a technician.
  • Can be a step slow out of his stance.

Athletic testing

Event Result
Bench Press 24 reps
Vertical Jump 28.5 inches
Broad Jump 105 inches

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 1:05 am

Bears snag Roquan Smith with 8th overall pick

The Chicago Bears have selected linebacker Roquan Smith out of Georgia with the eighth overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Smith, the third defensive player drafted this year, spent most the 2017 season considered a top pick and was expected to be a top-ten selection in the days leading up to the draft.

The Bears get an every-down player who should be a starter from Day 1 in Chicago's 3-4 defense, which was ranked 10th in yards, beside fellow inside linebacker Danny Trevathan.

Roquan Smith Bio

Position: LB
School: Georgia
College Experience: Junior
Height: 6-1
Weight: 236 lbs

Strengths

  • Efficient tackler in run and pass defense: rarely missed tackles during college career.
  • His pursuit and closing speed is second to none in this class. Once he diagnoses his opponents' play, he displays incredible burst to attack the ball carrier.
  • Athletic linebacker who is very fluid in close quarters and in space.
  • Ideal middle linebacker in 4-3 scheme: can command a defense and is an effective zone defender in the middle of the field.
  • Able to rip and shed blockers with ease against opposing rush attacks and screen passes.
  • Has a nose for the ball and is not afraid to get dirty.

Weaknesses

  • Lacks ideal height/frame NFL teams desire for an inside linebacker.
  • Not always quick to diagnose: can spend too long reading the play before reacting.
  • Explosive style leads to lack of awareness of incoming blockers after shedding initial contact.
  • Will get dragged by powerful offensive linemen in run defense at times.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.51 sec
Vertical Jump 33.5 inches (pro day)
Broad Jump 117 inches (pro day)

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 1:00 am

DA office has video of Foster's ex-girlfriend in fight with another woman

Santa Clara County District Attorney office has video proof that the ex-girlfriend of San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster was in a fight with another woman, according to Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area. The video could explain an alternate reason for the injuries suffered by Foster's ex-girlfriend.

Foster's former girlfriend, Elissa Ennis, had recanted her original statement on Wednesday, which accused the linebacker of dragging her out of their house by her hair and punching her in the head multiple times in February. Ennis said she had wrongly accused Foster because "she was extremely upset and told him if he broke up with her she would 'trash his career.'"

Related - 49ers' Lynch: If Foster did hit a woman, he won't be part of team

The attorney for Ennis, Stephanie Rickard, says the prosecutor is in possession of the video, which shows the alleged victim sustaining injuries in a fight with another woman. Rickard says she will let the prosecutor decide whether the video will be released.

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:57 am

Bills make dramatic trade up to nab Allen at No. 7

The Buffalo Bills selected quarterback Josh Allen out of Wyoming with the seventh overall pick in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft after trading up from the No. 12 overall pick with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Allen was a candidate to be taken first overall but fell to Buffalo, who swapped first-rounders and sent two second-rounders to Tampa Bay for the rights to its new franchise player.

The 21-year-old had a controversial 24 hours before the draft, as offensive tweets from his high-school days surfaced.

The big-armed pivot may be the most polarizing prospect in the draft. Some are enamored with his elite physical skill, while others question his accuracy and football IQ.

Allen will battle with AJ McCarron for the Bills' starting job.

Josh Allen Bio

Position: QB
School: Wyoming
College Experience: Redshirt Junior
Height: 6-5
Weight: 233 lbs

Strengths

  • All-time great arm strength. Can get consistently outstanding velocity on throws, making passes outside the hash marks look routine.
  • Prototypical frame and strength, with above-average athleticism that allows him to evade pass-rushers get solid yards on the ground.
  • Experienced playing under center and making full-field reads.

Weaknesses

  • Poor accuracy. Finished both 2016 and 2017 at around a 56 percent completion percentage.
  • Often tries to extend the play in ways that won't work at the professional level. Needs to learn to live to fight another down.
  • Struggles with timing, touch, and anticipation.
  • Pocket presence lags behind the top prospects in this class.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.75 secs
Vertical Jump 33.5 inches
Broad Jump 119 inches
3-Cone Drill 6.90 secs
20-yard Shuttle 4.40 secs

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:54 am

Colts shore up offensive line, select Quenton Nelson with No. 6 pick

The Indianapolis Colts have selected guard Quenton Nelson out of Notre Dame with the sixth overall pick in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Nelson was widely considered as the best offensive line prospect in the draft and will immediately serve as one of the anchors of the group.

The former Notre Dame standout is a superior run blocker who can easily maul defensive lineman and attack at the second level.

Nelson needs to improve as a pass blocker but he's arguably the safest prospect from this year's class and few would be surprised if he contributes immediately at a Pro Bowl level.

Quenton Nelson Bio

Position: G
School: Notre Dame
College Experience: Junior
Height: 6-5
Weight: 329 lbs

Strengths

  • Perfect build. Has ideal frame, arm length, and width for a guard without carrying much extra weight.
  • Mean and nasty. Loves to finish his blocks with power. Demoralizes defensive linemen by manhandling them on every play.
  • Lateral movement is good enough to take on speedy pass-rushers in space or seal off defensive backs when pulling as a run-blocker.
  • Has the football IQ to know when to adjust his assignment. Can use technique to keep defenders at arm's length or drive shoulder into someone's chest for highlight-reel pancake block.
  • Possibly most polished prospect in 2018 draft. Can plug in and play as a rookie with a chance to make Pro Bowl in first season.

Weaknesses

  • Can get caught staying on blocks too long when run-blocking instead of moving on to second-level defenders.
  • Overaggressive. Typically a wanted characteristic for guards, Nelson can get caught overcommitting to a block by smarter defensive linemen. NFLers will likely pick up on this faster than collegiate players.
  • Room for improvement as a pass-blocker.

Athletic testing

Event Result
Bench Press 35 reps
Vertical Jump 26.5 inches
Broad Jump 105 inches
3-Cone Drill 7.65 sec
20-yd Shuttle 4.62 sec

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:47 am

Broncos add pass-rushing stud at No. 5 with Bradley Chubb

The Denver Broncos have selected edge rusher Bradley Chubb out of North Carolina State with the fifth overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft.

The Broncos opted to address a major need on the defensive side of the football with the addition of Chubb, as the club ranked 22nd in the league with only 33 sacks last season.

Chubb was a monster at North Carolina State the last two seasons, combining for 20 sacks and 44 tackles for loss. His addition will give the Broncos a pair of star pass-rushers, as Von Miller remains among the top edge rushers in the league.

Bradley Chubb Bio

Position: DE/OLB
School: North Carolina State
College Experience: Senior
Height: 6-4
Weight: 269 lbs

Strengths

  • Incredibly productive collegiate career: averaged over 2 combined sacks/tackles-for-loss per game in final three seasons, one of the highest rates in the entire class.
  • Explosive athlete: 40-yard dash, vertical and broad jumps rank in the 80th percentile or higher among NFL defensive ends.
  • Possesses versatility and experience in 3-4 and 4-3 schemes.
  • Very mature when battling offensive linemen: has a variety of good pass-rush moves that other prospects have not yet developed.
  • Excellent motor and always looking to strip the ball-carrier.
  • Uses quick and violent hands to beat punches off the snap.
  • Has great burst and is able to time the snap well when rushing.

Weaknesses

  • Not the most natural mover when changing direction.
  • Violent playing style can result in overly aggressive snaps where he loses site of the ball-carrier.
  • Average bender and plays with high pad level on occasion, allowing opposing linemen to gain leverage.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.65 sec 
Bench Press 24 reps
Vertical Jump 36 inches
Broad Jump 121 inches
3-Cone Drill 7.37 sec
20-yd Shuttle 4.34 sec (pro day)

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Author: theScore Staff
Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:43 am

Goodell showered with boos to commence 2018 NFL Draft

Booing Roger Goodell at the #NFLDraft is one of the greatest traditions in sports pic.twitter.com/ukm2zYZ0Ck

— NFL Retweet (@NFLRT) April 27, 2018

One of the longest standing traditions at the NFL draft continued as expected Thursday evening.

Commissioner Roger Goodell took the podium to commence the evening's proceedings and was showered with boos from a hostile AT&T Stadium crowd.

Goodell took the stage with Cowboys legends Troy Aikman and Jason Witten, but it didn't stop the attendees from shouting over him while he was on stage.

"I can't believe you guys are booing the Cowboys," Goodell retorted, to little avail.

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:38 am

Browns bring in cornerback Ward with 2nd pick of top 4

The Cleveland Browns have selected cornerback Denzel Ward out of Ohio State with the fourth overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft after taking quarterback Baker Mayfield with the first overall pick.

While Ward has been the consensus top-rated cornerback in the draft, the pick comes as a surprise with edge rusher Bradley Chubb on the board, as well as quarterbacks Josh Rosen and Josh Allen being available if a team traded up for either.

Ward will be expected to step in as a starter from Day 1 with Briean Boddy-Calhoun, Jamar Taylor, and T.J. Carrie projected as the top-three group prior to the Ohio State product's selection.

Denzel Ward Bio

Position: CB
School: Ohio State
College Experience: Junior
Height: 5-11
Weight: 191 lbs

Strengths

  • Exceptional straight-line speed and acceleration, allowing him to keep pace with the fastest receivers in college football.
  • Outstanding recovery speed can bail him out of mistakes.
  • Exceptional footwork allows him to match his opponent step-for-step.
  • Makes sound initial reads and isn't baited easily on play action.
  • Displays excellent lateral quickness and is able to readjust with precision.

Weaknesses

  • Often relies on his speed to bail him out of slow reads and could get burnt at NFL level against quicker, more intelligent receivers.
  • Struggles to disengage from receivers.
  • Often gets caught chasing down his receiver and fails to turn around to locate the ball.
  • Relatively undersized and will likely struggle against more physical receivers, especially if they win at the line of scrimmage.

Athletic testing

Event Result 
40-yard Dash 4.32 sec 
Bench Press 16 reps
Vertical Jump 39 inches
Broad Jump 136 inches

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Author: theScore Staff
Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:36 am

Jets take Darnold as new franchise QB

The New York Jets finally have their man under center.

After trading up to the third overall pick in March, the Jets selected quarterback Sam Darnold out of USC in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Darnold won't need to be rushed into the starting lineup, with Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater already in the QB room. That's ideal for Darnold, as he possesses a raw skill set and high turnover rate, and will likely need time to develop.

The 20-year-old is arguably the most talented pure passer in the draft and was the favorite to go first overall to the Browns, who took Baker Mayfield instead.

Sam Darnold Bio

Position: QB
School: USC
College Experience: Redshirt Sophomore
Height: 6-3
Weight: 220 lbs

Strengths

  • Possesses near-prototypical size and arm strength for the NFL level.
  • Consistently accurate on short and intermediate routes, understands how to use placement and timing to maximize yards after the catch.
  • Above average pocket presence. Rarely fazed by pressure in his face and climbs the pocket well to avoid rushers.
  • Shows signs of being able to read defenses at a high level. Manipulates safeties and moves through his progressions quickly.
  • Throws well on the move and keeps his eyes downfield when escaping the pocket.
  • A good athlete capable of evading rushers and picking up short gains on a consistent basis.

Weaknesses

  • Reckless with the football. Makes unacceptable decisions in key situations - red zone and third down - and can struggle reading underneath coverages.
  • Average deep-ball thrower. Needs to improve his touch and not rely solely on his arm strength.
  • Elongated throwing motion a concern. Doesn't appear to affect his ability to make quick throws, like slants and screens, but could be a more significant factor against NFL-level pass-rushers.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.85 sec
Vertical Jump 26.5 inches
Broad Jump 105 inches
3-Cone Drill 6.96 sec
20-yd Shuttle 4.40 sec

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:28 am

Giants bolster offense by selecting Barkley with No. 2 pick

The New York Giants have selected running back Saquon Barkley out of Penn State with the second overall pick in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Barkley is the highest selected running back since the New Orleans Saints took Reggie Bush with the second pick in 2006.

A phenomenal talent in the open field, Barkley will immediately take reps as the first-team running back and should provide the Giants with another outstanding pass catcher coming out of the backfield.

Barkley's combination of speed, size, power, and field vision had many analysts rating him as the best running back prospect to enter the league in a generation.

Paired with Odell Beckham, Evan Engram, and Sterling Shepard, Barkley figures to be a key component of a resurgent Giants team.

Saquon Barkley Bio

Position: RB
School: Penn State
College Experience: Junior
Height: 6-0
Weight: 233 lbs

Strengths

  • Rare blend of size, speed, and power.
  • Exceptional agility. Able to consistently make defenders miss both at the line of scrimmage and on the second level.
  • Explosive and a constant home-run threat as a runner, receiver, and returner.
  • Solid receiving skills. Smooth route-runner with significant room to develop.
  • Willing pass protector and shows solid strength and technique when dealing with blitzing defenders. Never has to leave the field.

Weaknesses

  • A tendency to try to do too much in the backfield. Will need to learn to be more decisive against NFL-caliber athletes.
  • Too often bounces runs to the outside, looking for game-breaking plays when solid yards are available.
  • Playing style lacks physicality and aggressiveness.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.40 sec
Bench Press 29 reps
Vertical Jump 41 inches
3-Cone Drill 4.24 sec

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Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:21 am

Browns grab Baker Mayfield with No. 1 pick of 2018 NFL Draft

The Cleveland Browns have selected quarterback Baker Mayfield out of Oklahoma with the first overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft.

The move comes as somewhat of a surprise as the 2017 Heisman Trophy winner wasn't mentioned among the possible top picks until Wednesday, but vaulted to the top of the board in the last 24 hours.

Mayfield, who is among the most accomplished pivots in college football history, becomes the sixth quarterback the Browns have drafted since 2010. While he will certainly go to Cleveland's camp with a ton of hype, it's not guaranteed he will be the starter after the club acquired Tyrod Taylor in the offseason.

Baker Mayfield Bio

Position: QB
School: Oklahoma
College Experience: Senior
Height: 6-1
Weight: 215 lbs

Strengths

  • Exceptional improvisational skills. Plays with great balance and can quickly reset his base and throw well from imperfect positions.
  • Highly accurate throwing to all levels of the field.
  • Good downfield passer who's able to consistently make NFL-worthy throws.
  • Rarely panics under pressure and keeps his eyes downfield when moved off his spot.
  • Agile and decisive when forced to run.

Weaknesses

  • Lacks top-tier size and strength.
  • Questions about maturity after several high-profile on-field incidents in his final college season.
  • Needs to improve his ability to read coverages.
  • Arm strength is only decent.

Athletic testing

Event Result
40-yard Dash 4.84 sec
Vertical Jump 29 inches
Broad Jump 111 inches
3-Cone Drill 7.00 sec
20-yard Shuttle 4.28 sec

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Author: theScore Staff
Posted: April 27, 2018, 12:16 am

Best and worst looks from the NFL draft's red carpet

The NFL allowed this year's top prospects the opportunity to show off their best outfits on the red carpet as they arrived for the 2018 draft.

Here are the best and worst outfits from this year's fashion show.

Best

JuJu Smith-Schuster

Pizza suits you, @TeamJuJu. 🍕 @pizzahut pic.twitter.com/AL18SqfKbE

— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) April 26, 2018

We're not quite sure what JuJu's doing at the 2018 NFL Draft, but thank goodness he's here. The eccentric receiver rolled up to the red carpet in a Pizza Hut-themed suit. Don't ask why, just enjoy.

Rashaan Evans

Rashaan Evans #Alabama here at #NFLDraft pic.twitter.com/tNt1HEuMOi

— Chris Hays, Orlando Sentinel (@OS_ChrisHays) April 26, 2018

Alabama linebacker went with the grown and sexy look. He came through lookin' like an R&B crooner.

Lamar Jackson

Lamar Jackson arrives #UofL #NFLDraft #BoyntonBeach pic.twitter.com/HosTqVR8w9

— Chris Hays, Orlando Sentinel (@OS_ChrisHays) April 26, 2018

Jackson was asked if he was wearing green for the New York Jets. Nah, it's just his lucky suit, he said. And he broke out the Gucci belt to go with it.

Lucky Charms pic.twitter.com/pUCxDUdgAs

— ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD2_) April 26, 2018

Saquon Barkley

Saquon repping his PA high school football team. He knows the deal. pic.twitter.com/vYke1Gyw5W

— Ross Tucker (@RossTuckerNFL) April 26, 2018

Clean-cut Saquon looked like a million bucks, or whatever he'll make on his rookie contract.

Connor Williams

Texas is officially represented at the Red Carpet here at the NFL Draft. Connor Williams is in the house with a FRESH coat. pic.twitter.com/582IdySGBO

— alex briseño (@AlexxBriseno) April 26, 2018

Texas guard Connor Williams came through with the paisley look.

Denzel Ward

Ohio State CB Denzel Ward’s shoe game is strong tonight on the #NFLDraft Red Carpet wearing the black Verucci with purple and his brother in the gold with red suit. @CINDYSCULL @theeagledallas pic.twitter.com/heJZLge08s

— Matt Thornton (@MattThorntonNFL) April 26, 2018

Every year, someone comes with the spiked shoes. That job went to Ohio State's Denzel Ward this year.

Worst

Josh Allen

Josh Allen #NFLDraft pic.twitter.com/0crTPgo8gy

— Primero y Diez (@Primeroydiez) April 26, 2018

It appears Josh Allen came through with the velour suit jacket. Interesting choice.

Bradley Chubb

Bradley Chubb on the Red Carpet at NFL Draft. pic.twitter.com/EQiF1ZOdGY

— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) April 26, 2018

For such a high draft pick, Chubb went with a decidedly understated look.

Derrius Guice

.@LSUFootball RB Derrius Guice (@DhaSickest) hits the @NFLDraft red carpet!

📺: #NFLDraft Red Carpet LIVE on @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/8O6KWzyICH

— NFL (@NFL) April 26, 2018

Traditionally flashy, Guice said ahead of time he would tone things down for the draft. He was successful in that mission.

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Posted: April 26, 2018, 11:35 pm

NFL Offseason Tracker

Welcome to theScore's NFL offseason tracker. Check back for updates on every major transaction completed leading up to and throughout free agency.

View the top free agents available by position.

April 24

  • Rams exercise 5th-year options for RB Todd Gurley, CB Marcus Peters (Read More)
  • Dolphins exercise 5th-year option for WR DeVante Parker
  • Patriots sign OL Ulrick John

April 23

  • Raiders exercise WR Amari Cooper's 5th-year option (Read More)
  • Raiders sign CB Daryl Worley (Read More)
  • Report: Chargers WR Tyrell Williams signs RFA tender
  • Broncos LB Shaquil Barrett signs RFA tender
  • Giants acquire P Riley Dixon from Broncos for 2019 7th-round pick (Read More)
  • Report: Cardinals to exercise OT D.J. Humphries' 5th-year option
  • Report: Panthers to exercise LB Shaq Thompson's 5th-year option
  • Report: WR Willie Snead to join Ravens after Saints decline to match offer sheet (Read More)
  • Report: Steelers exercise LB Bud Dupree's 5th-year option
  • Cardinals sign DE Benson Mayowa
  • Report: Giants waive WR Darius Powe

April 22

  • Report: Cowboys expected to exercise DB Byron Jones' 5th-year option

April 21

  • Jets exercise DL Leonard Williams' 5th-year option (Read More)

April 20

  • Report: Saints RFA WR Willie Snead signing 2-year, $10M offer sheet with Ravens (Read More)
  • Report: Cowboys place TE James Hanna on Reserve/Retired list
  • Free-agent QB Luke McCown announces retirement
  • Report: Broncos C Matt Paradis signs RFA tender
  • Report: Steelers OLB Anthony Chickillo signs RFA tender
  • Browns release DBs Corey White, Reggie Porter

April 19

  • DE Dwight Freeney retires as member of Colts (Read More)
  • Giants release WR Brandon Marshall (Read More)
  • Cardinals sign CB Marcus Williams to 1-year contract
  • Browns re-sign RFA DT Jamie Meder
  • Bears sign WR Marlon Brown, DE Nick Williams; release WR Mekale McKay
  • Report: Lions waive CB Adairius Barnes

April 18

  • Report: Saints sign WR Brandon Coleman
  • Lions sign CB Raysean Pringle

April 17

  • Former Jets C Nick Mangold retires after 11-year career (Read More)
  • Buccaneers pick up QB Jameis Winston's 5th-year option (Read More)
  • Lions DE Ezekiel Ansah signs franchise tag
  • Ravens RB Alex Collins signs RFA tender
  • Bears DB Bryce Callahan signs RFA tender
  • Bills release DE Cap Capi
  • Falcons sign DT Garrison Smith, DB Tyson Graham, DT Justin Zimmer

April 16

  • Broncos release RB C.J. Anderson (Read More)
  • Vikings sign LB Eric Kendricks to reported 5-year, $50M extension (Read More)
  • Rams S Lamarcus Joyner signs franchise tag and will report to offseason workouts (Read More)
  • Redskins exercise OG Brandon Scherff's 5th-year option for 2019
  • Report: Cowboys re-sign DT David Irving to 1-year, $2.91M contract
  • Report: Panthers claim QB Taylor Heinicke off waivers from Texans
  • Report: Jets claim K Nick Rose off waivers from Chargers
  • Redskins re-sign OL Tony Bergstrom
  • Dolphins sign TE Gavin Escobar
  • Bills sign WR Jeremy Kerley, DT Tenny Palepoi to 1-year contracts
  • Seahawks sign QB Austin Davis
  • Redskins OT Ty Nsekhe signs 2nd-round RFA tender
  • Report: Rams re-sign OT Cornelius Lucas

April 15

  • Eagles release CB Daryl Worley after reported Sunday morning arrest (Read More)
  • Report: Chiefs sign RB Kerwynn Williams to 1-year contract

April 13

  • Cowboys release WR Dez Bryant (Read More)
  • Bills G Richie Incognito tweets he's not retiring after all (Read More)
  • Browns officially sign WR Jarvis Landry to contract extension (Read More)
  • Seahawks sign K Sebastian Janikowski to reported 1-year contract (Read More)
  • Seahawks sign QB Stephen Morris after Colin Kaepernick visit postponed (Read More)
  • Report: Bears sign WR Bennie Fowler to 1-year contract
  • Report: RB J.D. McKissic signs RFA tender with Seahawks
  • Chargers release RB Kenneth Farrow and K Nick Rose
  • Jets release RB Jeremy Langford, QB Joel Stave, RB Jahad Thomas and WR Daniel Williams
  • Saints exercise OT Andrus Peat's 5th-year option
  • Report: Broncos claim CB C.J. Smith off waivers from Browns
  • Report: Texans claim TE Matt Lengel off waivers from Browns

April 12

  • Report: Browns, WR Jarvis Landry finalizing 5-year, $75.5M contract (Read More)
  • Bills place G Richie Incognito on Reserve/Retired list (Read More)
  • Report: Seahawks DE Dion Jordan signs RFA tender
  • Report: Packers re-sign CB Davon House to 1-year deal
  • Report: Texans release OT Derek Newton

April 11

  • Report: Bears won't match Saints' offer sheet for WR Cameron Meredith (Read More)
  • Report: Jets to exercise DL Leonard Williams' 5th-year option
  • Seahawks sign CB Dontae Johnson
  • Report: Dolphins sign LB Terence Garvin
  • Colts sign CB Kenneth Acker

April 10

  • Titans sign WR Michael Campanaro
  • Falcons waive DE Martin Ifedi
  • Lions place OT Emmett Cleary on reserve/retired list

April 9

  • Chiefs sign TE Tim Wright
  • Jets sign LB Kevin Minter and WR Charles Johnson
  • Giants re-sign C Brett Jones to 1-year, $2.914M contract
  • Titans waive OLB Victor Ochi
  • Steelers sign OT Joseph Cheek, OT Larson Graham, and C Parker Collins to 1-year contracts
  • WR TJ Jones signs RFA tender with Lions
  • Report: Colts place WR Rodney Adams on the reserve/retired list
  • Report: Raiders release LS Andrew East
  • Redskins waive QB Stephen Morris

April 8

  • Titans sign DT Bennie Logan

April 7

  • Bears re-sign DL John Jenkins to 1-year deal

April 6

  • Browns trade QB Kevin Hogan to Redskins (Read More)
  • Report: Saints sign restricted free-agent WR Cameron Meredith to 2-year, $9.6M offer sheet (Read More)
  • Rams release CB Kayvon Webster
  • Raiders sign DE Armonty Bryant and CB Senquez Golson
  • Jets re-sign OL Dakota Dozier, OL Brent Qvale
  • Report: Steelers sign S Nat Berhe to 1-year deal
  • Colts ERFA CB Chris Milton signs tender

April 5

  • Broncos sign P Marquette King to 3-year contract (Read More)
  • Cowboys agree to terms with DE Kony Ealy (Read More)
  • Patriots sign WR Jordan Matthews to reported 1-year contract (Read More)
  • Giants sign veteran CB William Gay
  • Texans sign QB Joe Webb
  • Report: Cardinals claim QBs Brandon Doughty, Alex Torgensen off waivers
  • Saints re-sign FB Zach Line to 2-year contract, LB Michael Mauti to 1-year contract
  • Steelers re-sign WR Justin Hunter to 1-year contract, reportedly re-sign K Chris Boswell to 1-year contract
  • Vikings sign WR Tavarres King

April 4

  • Ravens sign QB Robert Griffin III to 1-year contract (Read More)
  • Jets WR Quincy Enunwa signs RFA tender
  • Lions sign QB Matt Cassel
  • Patriots sign OL Luke Bowanko, TE Troy Niklas
  • Report: WR Josh Bellamy signs RFA tender with Bears
  • Eagles sign TE Richard Rodgers to 1-year contract, release P Donnie Jones from reserve/retired list
  • Falcons sign S Kemal Ishmael to 1-year contract
  • Bills sign DE Terrence Fede to 1-year contract
  • G Jeremy Vujnovich signs 1-year exclusive rights tender with Colts
  • Colts sign LB Najee Goode
  • Report: 49ers sign LB Korey Toomer to 1-year contract
  • Cowboys release WR Brian Brown

April 3

  • Rams acquire WR Brandin Cooks and a 2018 4th-round pick from Patriots for 2018 No. 23 overall pick and a 2018 6th-round pick (Read More)
  • Steelers re-sign RB Stevan Ridley to 1-year deal
  • Bears sign RB Benny Cunningham, G Earl Watford, LS Patrick Scales to 1-year deals
  • Redskins re-sign DT Phil Taylor to 1-year contract
  • G Quinton Spain signs 1-year RFA tender with Titans
  • Eagles sign LB Paul Worrilow to 1-year contract
  • Jets to sign C Travis Swanson
  • Jets sign TE Bucky Hodges
  • Chiefs sign S Robert Golden

April 2

  • Cardinals sign WR Brice Butler to reported 2-year contract
  • Raiders sign WR Dwayne Harris
  • Jets claim TE Clive Walford off waivers
  • Titans sign LB Will Compton

April 1

  • Chargers reach agreement with Geno Smith (Read More)

March 30

  • Raiders release P Marquette King, TE Clive Walford (Read More)
  • Jets sign RB Thomas Rawls (Read More)
  • Vikings sign WR Kendall Wright (Read More)
  • Chiefs sign QB Matt McGloin, WR Nelson Spruce
  • Browns sign WR Jeff Janis
  • Chargers sign DB Jaylen Watkins to 1-year contract

March 29

  • Bills sign WR Kaelin Clay
  • Lions sign C Wesley Johnson
  • Vikings re-sign DB Marcus Sherels
  • Raiders sign CB Leon Hall
  • Bills sign CB Phillip Gaines

March 28

  • Redskins trade S Su'a Cravens to Broncos in deal involving 5 draft picks (Read More)
  • Browns trade QB Cody Kessler to Jaguars
  • Saints bring back TE Benjamin Watson on 1-year deal
  • Lions sign TE Levine Toilolo to 1-year deal
  • Report: Jets sign LB Neville Hewitt to 1-year contract
  • Report: Seahawks CB Justin Coleman signs 2nd-round RFA tender
  • Cardinals sign DL Moubarak Djeri from German league

March 27

  • Titans sign QB Blaine Gabbert (Read More)
  • Seahawks release QB Trevone Boykin after girlfriend says he assaulted her (Read More)
  • Report: Texans sign QB Brandon Weeden
  • Report: Raiders release TE Clive Walford
  • Titans sign G Xavier Su'a-Filo

March 26

  • Rams, DT Ndamukong Suh agree to 1-year deal worth reported $14M (Read More)
  • Giants sign S Michael Thomas to reported 2-year contract (Read More)
  • Redskins sign OLB Pernell McPhee
  • Panthers exercise 5th-year team option on LB Shaq Thompson
  • Panthers re-sign CB LaDarius Gunter to 1-year contract
  • Lions sign LB Jonathan Freeny
  • Browns re-sign LB Tank Carder
  • Panthers re-sign G Amini Silatolu
  • Report: Cowboys re-sign OL Joe Looney

March 25

  • Browns sign QB Drew Stanton to 2-year contract
  • Report: Cowboys to sign G/C Marcus Martin

March 24

  • Jets officially sign WR Terrelle Pryor (Read More)
  • Seahawks sign DT Shamar Stephen to 1-year contract
  • Report: Cowboys sign OT Cameron Fleming to reported 1-year, $3.5M deal
  • Raiders re-sign S Reggie Nelson to 1-year contract
  • Falcons sign CB Justin Bethel
  • Bears re-sign CB Marcus Cooper to 1-year deal

March 23

  • Dolphins sign QB Brock Osweiler (Read More)
  • Cowboys sign WR Allen Hurns to 2-year contract reportedly worth $12M (Read More)
  • Browns sign free-agent CB E.J. Gaines to reported 1-year, $4M deal
  • Buccaneers re-sign C/G Evan Smith to reported 2-year, $6M deal
  • Vikings OL Joe Berger announces retirement
  • Panthers sign S Da'Norris Searcy (Read More), CB Ross Cockrell, G Jeremiah Sirles
  • Jets sign WR Andre Roberts
  • Report: Seahawks sign DT Tom Johnson to 1-year, $2.7M contract
  • Patriots re-sign LB Marquis Flowers
  • Cardinals sign CB Bene Benwikere
  • Dolphins re-sign OT Sam Young to 1-year deal

March 22

  • Giants trade DE Jason Pierre-Paul to Buccaneers (Read More)
  • Dolphins sign RB Frank Gore to 1-year contract (Read More)
  • Report: Jets finalizing contract with WR Terrelle Pryor (Read More)
  • Eagles sign WR Mike Wallace to 1-year contract worth reported $2.5M (Read More)
  • Packers sign CB Tramon Williams to reported 2-year contract
  • Seahawks sign RB Mike Davis to reported 1-year contract
  • Giants release WR Dwayne Harris
  • Report: Patriots re-sign T LaAdrian Waddle to 1-year deal, LB Marquis Flowers to 1-year, $2.55M contract
  • Cowboys sign WR Deonte Thompson to reported 1-year, $2.5M contract
  • Report: Seahawks re-sign DE Marcus Smith to 1-year contract
  • Falcons re-sign DE Derrick Shelby to 1-year contract
  • Cardinals claim WR Cobi Hamilton off waivers from Texans
  • Chiefs sign RB Damien Williams
  • Raiders sign OT Breno Giacomini
  • Raiders re-sign QB EJ Manuel, DE Shilique Calhoun
  • Report: Titans sign OL Kevin Pamphile to 1-year contract
  • Report: Cardinals re-sign OL Daniel Moonier to 1-year contract
  • Rams sign LB Ramik Wilson

March 21

  • Lions sign TE Luke Willson to reported 1-year, $2.5M contract
  • Colts re-sign G Jack Mewhort to 1-year contract reportedly worth up to $3M
  • Report: Broncos sign DT Clinton McDonald
  • Lions sign DT Sylvester Williams to reported 1-year, $3.5M contract
  • Raiders sign LB Emmanuel Lamur
  • Texans release WR Cobi Hamilton, NT Chunky Clements
  • Colts re-sign RB Christine Michael
  • Falcons sign TE Logan Paulsen to 1-year contract
  • Report: Cowboys sign LB Joe Thomas

March 20

  • Colts sign WR Ryan Grant to reported 1-year, $5M contract (Read More)
  • Jaguars release WR Allen Hurns and TE Marcedes Lewis (Read More)
  • Steelers sign S Morgan Burnett to 3-year contract worth reported $14.5M (Read More)
  • Raiders trade FB Jamize Olawale and a 6th-round pick to Cowboys in exchange for 5th-round selection (Read More)
  • Report: Patriots sign WR Matthew Slater to 2-year contract
  • Seahawks sign G D.J. Fluker
  • Report: Vikings re-sign K Kai Forbath to 1-year contract
  • 49ers sign G Jonathan Cooper
  • Bills sign LB Ramon Humber to 1-year contract
  • Report: Colts re-sign CB Pierre Desir
  • Report: Chiefs sign DT Xavier Williams
  • Colts sign C/G Matt Slauson

March 19

  • Colts sign TE Eric Ebron to reported 2-year, $15M contract (Read More)
  • Chargers agree to terms with C Mike Pouncey on 2-year contract (Read More)
  • Broncos officially trade QB Trevor Siemian, 2018 7th-round pick to Vikings for 2019 5th-round pick
  • Redskins sign CB Orlando Scandrick to 2-year contract
  • Panthers sign WR Jarius Wright to 3-year contract
  • Saints sign P Thomas Morstead to 5-year extension
  • Patriots release LB Shea McClellin
  • Report: Giants sign WR Cody Latimer
  • Rams re-sign DT Dominique Easley to 1-year contract
  • Raiders sign QB Josh Johnson
  • Giants sign DE Josh Mauro
  • Bills sign C Russell Bodine to 2-year contract, OT Marshall Newhouse to 1-year contract
  • Report: Giants re-sign DL Kerry Wynn to 1-year contract
  • Report: Giants sign CB BW Webb to 1-year contract
  • Jets re-sign RFA DL Xavier Cooper, sign LB Brandon Copeland
  • Lions re-sign DT Christian Ringo

March 18

  • Raiders trade KR/WR Cordarrelle Patterson, 2018 6th-round pick to Patriots for 2018 5th-round pick (Read More)
  • Steelers sign LB Jon Bostic to 2-year contract
  • Report: Jets sign LB Kevin Pierre-Louis to 2-year, $6M contract
  • Report: Cowboys to re-sign LS J.P. Ladouceur to 1-year contract

March 17

  • Jets acquire No. 3 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft from the Colts for the No. 6 overall pick, No. 37 overall pick, No. 49 overall pick, and a 2019 2nd-round pick (Read More)
  • Buccaneers sign DE Vinny Curry to 3-year contract worth reported $27M (Ream More)
  • Buccaneers release DE Robert Ayers
    Colts
    release DT Johnathan Hankins (Read More)
  • Cowboys release CB Orlando Scandrick (Read More)
  • Titans release DT Sylvester Williams
  • Bengals sign QB Matt Barkley to reported 2-year contract
  • Raiders sign LB Kyle Wilber
  • Report: Seahawks sign S Maurice Alexander
  • Report: Broncos re-sign G Billy Turner to 1-year contract

March 16

  • Bears match Packers' offer sheet for CB Kyle Fuller, sign him to 4-year, $56M contract (Read More)
  • Texans reach agreement on reported 1-year, $7M contract with DB Tyrann Mathieu (Read More)
  • Ravens sign WR Michael Crabtree to 3-year contract worth reported $21M (Read More)
  • Vikings sign DL Sheldon Richardson to reported 1-year contract (Read More)
  • Lions sign RB LeGarrette Blount to reported 1-year, $4.5M contract (Read More)
  • Cardinals sign OL Justin Pugh to 5-year, $45M contract (Read More)
  • Danny Woodhead announces retirement after 10 seasons (Read More)
  • Chiefs sign QB Chad Henne to 2-year contract (Read More)
  • Eagles release DE Vinny Curry (Read More)
  • Raiders sign CB Rashaan Melvin to reported 1-year, $6.5M contract (Read More)
  • Report: Panthers' contract with CB Bashaud Breeland voided due to failed physical (Read More)
  • Seahawks sign TE Ed Dickson to reported 3-year, $14M contract (Read More)
  • Patriots sign RB Jeremy Hill (Read More)
  • Patriots sign DE Adrian Clayborn to reported 2-year, $12M contract (Read More)
  • Report: Saints re-sign DE Alex Okafor to 2-year contract (Read More)
  • Bengals sign LB Preston Brown to 1-year contract (Read More)
  • Buccaneers sign OT Ryan Jensen to reported 4-year, $42M contract (Read More)
  • Rams agree to 2-year contract with C John Sullivan (Read More)
  • Raiders sign CB Shareece Wright to 1-year contract
  • Report: Raiders sign DE Tank Carradine
  • Texans sign CB Johnson Bademosi
  • Titans release DL Karl Klug
  • Jets re-sign DT Mike Pennel to reported 3-year, $12M contract
  • Bills re-sign RB Taiwan Jones
  • Lions re-sign RB Zach Zenner
  • Vikings release WR Jarius Wright
  • Report: Seahawks agree to terms with WR Jaron Brown
  • Patriots sign OT Matt Tobin to 1-year contract
  • Report: Jaguars sign LB Lerentee McCray to 2-year, $5.5M contract
  • Texans sign WR Sammie Coates
  • Chargers sign K Caleb Sturgis to 2-year contract
  • Panthers claim OT Zach Banner
  • Report: Raiders sign LS Andrew DePaola to 4-year contract
  • Raiders sign P Colby Wadman

March 15

  • Vikings sign QB Kirk Cousins to 3-year, fully guaranteed contract (Read More)
  • Raiders sign WR Jordy Nelson to reported 2-year, $15M contract (Read More) and release WR Michael Crabtree (Read More)
  • Report: Frank Gore leaves visit with Lions without contract after nearing contract (Read More)
  • Raiders sign RB Doug Martin (Read More)
  • Panthers sign DT Dontari Poe (Read More)
  • Report: Ravens' 4-year, $29M agreement with WR Ryan Grant voided after failed physical (Read More)
  • Report: Dolphins expected to grant C Mike Pouncey's request to be released (Read More)
  • Report: Jaguars are signing TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins to 2-year, $10M contract (Read More)
  • Raiders sign LB Tahir Whitehead to reported 3-year contract (Read More)
  • Redskins re-sign LB Zach Brown to reported 3-year contract (Read More)
  • Report: Bengals, TE Tyler Eifert agree to 1-year contract worth up to $8M (Read More)
  • Report: Jets re-signing CB Morris Claiborne to 1-year contract (Read More)
  • Report: Raiders sign FB Keith Smith to 2-year, $4.2M contract
  • Report: Texans agree to terms with Johnathan Joseph on 2-year contract (Read More)
  • Dolphins reach reported 2-year agreement with G Josh Sitton (Read More)
  • Browns trade CB Jason McCourty to Patriots (Read More)
  • Report: Rams to keep WR Tavon Austin on restructured contract (Read More)
  • Bears sign DE Aaron Lynch to 1-year contract
  • Texans TE C.J. Fiedorowicz retires
  • Browns release WR Sammie Coates
  • Jets sign K Cairo Santos to 1-year contract
  • Chiefs re-sign P Dustin Colquitt to 3-year contract worth up to $9M
  • Bears re-sign P Pat O'Donnell to 1-year contract
  • Browns sign OT Donald Stephenson
  • Report: Saints sign OL Jermon Bushrod
  • Steelers re-sign RB Fitzgerald Toussaint
  • Report: 49ers trade C Daniel Kilgore and 7th-round pick to Dolphins for another 7th-round pick
  • 49ers sign DL Jeremiah Attaochu to 1-year contract
  • Raiders sign S Marcus Gilchrist to 1-year contract
  • Jaguars sign S Cody Davis
  • Raiders sign TE Derek Carrier
  • Dolphins re-sign QB David Fales
  • Report: Dolphins re-sign LS John Denney

March 14

  • Cardinals release S Tyrann Mathieu (Read More)
  • Dolphins release DT Ndamukong Suh (Read More) and TE Julius Thomas (Read More)
  • Bills agree to terms with QB AJ McCarron on a 2-year, $10M contract (Read More)
  • Report: Vikings finalizing trade to acquire QB Trevor Siemian from Broncos (Read More)
  • Patriots agree to reported 3-year contract with RB Rex Burkhead (Read More)
  • Browns LT Joe Thomas announces retirement (Read More)
  • Giants sign LT Nate Solder to reported 4-year, $62M contract (Read More)
  • 49ers sign RB Jerick McKinnon to a reported 4-year, $30M deal (Read More)
  • Browns sign RB Carlos Hyde to reported 3-year deal (Read More)
  • Ravens release WR Jeremy Maclin (Read More)
  • Eagles re-sign LB Nigel Bradham to 5-year, $40M contract (Read More)
  • Panthers re-sign DE Julius Peppers to 1-year, $5M deal (Read More)
  • Lions release TE Eric Ebron (Read More)
  • Report: Saints to sign CB Patrick Robinson to 4-year deal (Read More)
  • Bills sign LB Trent Murphy (Read More)
  • Report: Saints sign LB Demario Davis to 3-year, $24M contract (Read More)
  • Lions sign CB DeShawn Shead to a reported 1-year, $3.5M deal
  • Report: Seahawks sign LB Barkevious Mingo to 2-year, $6.8M deal
  • Report: Seahawks place a 1st-round tender on DE Dion Jordan
  • Dolphins re-sign DE William Hayes to reported 1-year contract
  • Chiefs re-sign WR De'Anthony Thomas
  • Cardinals sign OT Andre Smith to 2-year, $8M contract
  • Titans sign G Josh Kline to reported 4-year deal worth up to $27M
  • Colts sign DE Denico Autry to reported 3-year, $17.8M contract
  • Broncos re-sign LB Todd Davis to reported 3-year, $15M contract
  • Browns sign CB T.J. Carrie
  • Buccaneers sign K Chandler Catanzaro to reported 3-year, $9.75M contract
  • Browns sign TE Darren Fells to reported 3-year, $12M deal
  • Raiders re-sign DT Justin Ellis to reported 3-year, $13.5M contract
  • Titans re-sign DL DaQuan Jones to 3-year, $21M contract
  • Buccaneers sign DT Beau Allen to reported 3-year contract worth up to $16.5M
  • Report: Jaguars to sign CB DJ Hayden to 3-year deal worth up to $21M
  • Bears sign QB Chase Daniel to reported 2-year, $10M contract
  • Saints sign backup QB Tom Savage to reported 1-year, $1.5M contract.
  • Report: Jets to re-sign S Terrence Brooks to 2-year contract
  • Jaguars sign TE Niles Paul
  • Report: Texans signing G Senio Kelemete to 3-year, $12M deal
  • Redskins re-sign WR Brian Quick
  • Broncos sign CB Tramaine Brock to 1-year deal
  • Bears release WR Markus Wheaton and CB Marcus Cooper
  • Patriots re-sign DB Nate Ebner
  • Cowboys place 2nd-round tender on DT David Irving
  • Bengals re-sign P Kevin Huber
  • Titans sign DL David King to 1-year contract
  • Chargers sign TE Virgil Green to 3-year contract worth reported $8.6M
  • Report: Texans sign WR Bruce Ellington to 1-year contract
  • Report: Browns to sign CB Terrance Mitchell to 3-year, $12M deal
  • Report: Texans to sign OL Zach Fulton to $7.5M per year deal
  • Bills sign LB Julian Stanford to reported 2-year, $3M deal
  • Raiders re-sign TE Lee Smith
  • Report: Giants sign OG Patrick Omameh
  • Report: Jets to sign C Spencer Long
  • Chargers sign OT Michael Schofield to 2-year contract
  • Buccaneers sign DE Mitch Unrein
  • Giants sign OLB Kareem Martin to 3-year, $21M contract
  • Lions re-sign CB Nevin Lawson
  • 49ers re-sign LB Brock Coyle to 3-year, $11.5M contract
  • Giants place 2nd-round RFA tender on C Brett Jones
  • Buccaneers re-sign S Keith Tandy to 2-year deal
  • Chargers re-sign S Adrian Phillips to 1-year contract

March 13

  • Titans sign RB Dion Lewis to reported 4-year deal (Read More)
  • Packers sign DL Muhammad Wilkerson (Read More)
  • Report: Jets to sign QB Teddy Bridgewater to 1-year deal (Read More)
  • Saints, QB Drew Brees agree to 2-year, $50M deal (Read More)
  • Packers release WR Jordy Nelson (Read More)
  • Chiefs sign WR Sammy Watkins to reported 3-year, $48M deal (Read More)
  • Titans sign CB Malcolm Butler to reported 5-year, $61M deal (Read More)
  • Report: Jets to sign CB Trumaine Johnson for $15M per year (Read More)
  • Jaguars sign G Andrew Norwell to reported 5-year, $66.5M deal (Read More)
  • Bears sign WR Allen Robinson to reported 3-year, $42M deal (Read More)
  • Broncos sign QB Case Keenum to reported 2-year, $36M contract (Read More)
  • Packers ink TE Jimmy Graham to reported 3-year contract (Read More)
  • Cardinals sign QB Sam Bradford to reported 1-year, $20M contract (Read More)
  • Cardinals officially release RB Adrian Peterson (Read More)
  • Jets re-sign QB Josh McCown to 1-year deal (Read More)
  • Redskins sign WR Paul Richardson to reported 5-year, $40M contract (Read More)
  • Bears sign TE Trey Burton to reported 4-year, $32M deal (Read More)
  • Bills sign DT Star Lotulelei to reported 5-year contract (Read More)
  • Eagles sign DT Haloti Ngata to 1-year deal (Read More)
  • Jaguars re-sign WR Marqise Lee to reported 4-year contract (Read More)
  • Report: Jets to sign LB Avery Williamson
  • Report: Cardinals expected to sign QB Mike Glennon (Read More)
  • Ravens sign WR John Brown to 1-year contract (Read More)
  • Jaguars sign WR Donte Moncrief (Read More)
  • Giants sign RB Jonathan Stewart to 2-year contract worth $6.9M (Read More)
  • 49ers sign G Weston Richburg to 5-year contract reportedly worth $47.5M (Read More)
  • Chiefs sign LB Anthony Hitchens (Read More)
  • Report: Dolphins to sign WR Albert Wilson to 3-year, $24M deal (Read more)
  • Browns place ERFA tender on WR Josh Gordon for $790,000
  • Jets sign RB Isaiah Crowell to reported 3-year contract (Read More)
  • Bills re-sign DT Kyle Williams to 1-year deal (Read More)
  • Texans sign CB Aaron Colvin to reported 4-year deal (Read More)
  • Bears re-sign CB Prince Amukamara to 3-year contract (Read More)
  • Ravens release RB Danny Woodhead (Read More)
  • Report: Panthers expected to sign CB Bashaud Breeland (Read More)
  • Ravens sign WR Ryan Grant to 4-year, $29M contract
  • Jaguars MLB Paul Posluszny announces retirement
  • Eagles release TE Brent Celek
  • Rams re-sign CB Nickel Robey-Coleman to 3-year deal
  • Bears sign WR Taylor Gabriel to 4-year contract
  • Bills sign S Rafael Bush to 2-year, $4.5M contract
  • Browns sign OL Chris Hubbard to reported 5-year, $37.5M deal (Read More)
  • Lions re-sign CB Nevin Lawson to reported 2-year, $10M deal
  • Bears sign K Cody Parkey to 4-year contract
  • Lions sign LBs Christian Jones and Devon Kennard
  • Lions re-sign S Tavon Wilson to reported 2-year, $7M contract
  • Bears sign LB Sam Acho to 2-year contract

March 12

  • Bengals acquire OT Cordy Glenn, 1st-round pick (21st overall) from Bills for 1st-round pick (12th overall). Teams will also swap 2018 5th- and 6th-round picks (Read More)
  • Chiefs release LB Tamba Hali (Read More)
  • Cardinals to release RB Adrian Peterson (Read More)
  • Dolphins release LB Lawrence Timmons (Read More)
  • Buccaneers re-sign CB Brent Grimes to reported 1-year, $10M deal (Read More)
  • Buccaneers sign TE Cameron Brate to 6-year contract worth reported $41M (Read More)
  • Raiders release CB Sean Smith (Read More) and OT Marshall Newhouse; sign WR Griff Whalen
  • Report: Seahawks extend 2nd-round RFA tender to CB Justin Coleman
  • Seahawks re-sign S Bradley McDougald to 3-year contract worth reported $13.95M
  • Seahawks release S DeShawn Shead
  • Chiefs release S Ron Parker
  • Ravens inform S Lardarius Webb of release
  • Saints OT Zach Strief announces retirement
  • Steelers release CB William Gay, S Mike Mitchell
  • Redskins re-sign K Dustin Hopkins
  • Ravens sign T James Hurst to 4-year contract worth reported $17.5M
  • Jaguars place 2nd-round RFA tender on RB Corey Grant
  • Chargers to place 2nd-round RFA tender on WR Tyrell Williams
  • Broncos use 2nd-round RFA tender on C Matt Paradis
  • Falcons place 2nd-round RFA tender on S Ricardo Allen
  • Broncos use 2nd-round RFA tender on LB Shaq Barrett
  • Buccaneers expected to use 2nd-round RFA tender on WR Adam Humphries
  • Falcons place 2nd-round RFA tender on OG Ben Garland
  • Vikings use 2nd-round RFA tender on OL Nick Easton
  • Bears sign OL Bradley Sowell to 2-year contract
  • Giants re-sign LB Mark Herzlich, G Jon Halapio
  • Steelers put 2nd-round RFA tender on K Chris Boswell
  • Redskins place 2nd-round RFA tender on OT Ty Nsekhe

March 11

  • Chargers agree to extension with CB Casey Hayward reportedly worth $36M over 3 years with $20M guaranteed (Read More)
  • Giants release CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (Read More)

March 10

  • 49ers, CB Richard Sherman agree to 3-year contract worth $39M (Read More)
  • Browns trade former 1st-round DT Danny Shelton to Patriots (Read More)

March 9

  • Packers trade CB Damarious Randall to Browns for QB DeShone Kizer (Read More)
  • Bills trade QB Tyrod Taylor to Browns for 3rd-round pick (Read More)
  • Dolphins trade WR Jarvis Landry to Browns for 2018, 2019 draft picks (Read More)
  • Seahawks release CB Richard Sherman, reportedly will let go of CB Jeremy Lane (Read More)
  • Buccaneers sign WR Mike Evans to reported 5-year, $82.5M contract with $55M guaranteed (Read More)
  • Eagles trade WR Torrey Smith to Panthers for CB Daryl Worley (Read More)
  • 49ers decline 2018 option for DE Elvis Dumervil (Read More)
  • Report: Raiders re-sign DT Justin Ellis to a 3-year, $15M contract
  • Titans release S Da'Norris Searcy, QB Matt Cassel, and WR Eric Weems

March 8

  • Broncos trade CB Aqib Talib to Rams for 5th-round pick (Read More)
  • Rams sign CB Sam Shields
  • Buccaneers re-sign backup QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (Read More)
  • Titans to release 3-time Pro Bowl RB DeMarco Murray (Read More)
  • 49ers sign WR Marquise Goodwin to 3-year extension (Read More)
  • Texans agree to reported 1-year contract with P Shane Lechler; all-time leader in yards per punt

March 7

  • Bengals sign DT Chris Baker to 1-year contract
  • Rams to trade LB Alec Ogletree, draft pick to Giants for 2 picks (Read More)
  • Patriots release TE Martellus Bennett (Read More)
  • Seahawks trade DE Michael Bennett, 2018 7th-round pick to Eagles for WR Marcus Johnson, 2018 5th-round pick (Read More)

March 6

  • Steelers franchise tag RB Le'Veon Bell (Read More)
  • Bears place transition tag on CB Kyle Fuller (Read More)
  • Rams franchise tag S Lamarcus Joyner (Read More)
  • Jaguars don't use franchise tag on WR Allen Robinson (Read More)
  • Patriots pick up 2018 option for WR Kenny Britt; decline option for DT Alan Branch
  • Bills sign RB Chris Ivory to 2-year deal (Read More)
  • Panthers agree to 4-year extension with K Graham Gano (Read More)
  • Ravens sign DE Brent Urban to 1-year contract

March 5

  • Falcons agree to terms with K Matt Bryant on 3-year extension reportedly worth up to $12M
  • Cowboys DE Demarcus Lawrence signs franchise tag (Read More)
  • Raiders release LB Aldon Smith (Read More)

March 4

March 3

  • Report: Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry to sign franchise tag (Read More)
  • Saints agree to terms with veteran safety Kurt Coleman on 3-year deal (Read More)

March 2

  • Rams to trade DE Robert Quinn and a 2018 6th-round pick to Dolphins for a 2018 4th-round pick and a 2018 6th-round pick (Read More)

March 1

  • Report: Rams will either release or trade WR Tavon Austin 2 years into $42M deal (Read More)

Feb. 28

  • Falcons to exercise DE Vic Beasley Jr.'s 5th-year option (Read More)
  • Jets release DL Muhammad Wilkerson (Read More)
  • Jets RB Matt Forte announces retirement (Read More)
  • Bears release QB Mike Glennon, DE Willie Young (Read More)
  • Panthers release RB Jonathan Stewart (Read More)

Feb. 27

  • 49ers sign OL Gary Gilliam to 2-year extension
  • Lions assign franchise tag to DE Ezekiel Ansah (Read More)
  • Eagles P Donnie Jones announces retirement

Feb. 26

  • Bills sign CB Vontae Davis to 1-year deal worth reported $3.5M in guaranteed money, maximum of $8M (Read More)
  • Bears release LB Pernell McPhee and S Quintin Demps (Read More)
  • Chiefs to receive 4th-round pick in 2018, 2nd-round pick in 2019 from Rams in exchange for CB Marcus Peters (Read More)
  • Panthers release DE Charles Johnson and S Kurt Coleman (Read More)

Feb. 24

  • Jaguars give Blake Bortles new 3-year deal worth reported $54M (Read More)
  • Report: Patriots sign RB Brandon Bolden to 1-year extension through 2018

Feb. 23

  • Chiefs agree to trade Marcus Peters to Rams (Read More)
  • Jaguars release RB Chris Ivory (Read More)
  • Former Jets LB David Harris announces retirement (Read More)

Feb. 22

  • Colts re-sign Adam Vinatieri to reported 1-year contract (Read More)

Feb. 20

Feb. 18

Feb. 16

  • Chiefs sign CB David Amerson to reported 1-year. $2.25M contract (Read More)

Feb. 15

Feb. 14

  • Report: Redskins S Su'a Cravens reinstated by NFL (Read More)
  • 49ers re-sign C Daniel Kilgore to 3-year contract
  • Bengals sign OT Bobby Hart

Feb. 8

Jan. 30

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Author: theScore Staff
Posted: April 24, 2018, 8:32 pm

Best of the rest: Top available NFL free agents by position

As NFL free agency gets underway, theScore offers you a roundup of all the best players still available. The biggest names remain up for grabs, and a handful of teams have the cap space to sign anyone.

Offense

Quarterbacks

  • Jay Cutler
  • Colin Kaepernick
  • Matt Moore
  • Derek Anderson
  • Mark Sanchez

Running Backs

  • C.J. Anderson
  • DeMarco Murray
  • Darren Sproles
  • Alfred Morris
  • Adrian Peterson
  • Eddie Lacy
  • Shane Vereen
  • Jamaal Charles
  • Branden Oliver

Wide Receivers

  • Dez Bryant
  • Jeremy Maclin
  • Brandon Marshall
  • Eric Decker
  • Dontrelle Inman
  • Kamar Aiken
  • Michael Floyd

Tight Ends

  • Antonio Gates
  • Brent Celek
  • Marcedes Lewis
  • Julius Thomas
  • Mychal Rivera

Offensive Linemen

  • Luke Joeckel
  • Greg Robinson
  • Austin Howard
  • Don Barclay
  • Alex Boone
  • Byron Bell
  • Allen Barbre

Defense

Edge Rushers

  • Junior Galette
  • Tamba Hali
  • Connor Barwin
  • Ahmad Brooks
  • Elvis Dumervil
  • Robert Ayers
  • Willie Young
  • Charles Johnson

Interior Defensive Line

  • Johnathan Hankins
  • Frostee Rucker
  • Alan Branch
  • Ahtyba Rubin
  • Jordan Hill

Linebackers

  • Lawrence Timmons
  • NaVorro Bowman
  • Brian Cushing
  • Derrick Johnson
  • Keenan Robinson
  • Kelvin Sheppard
  • Sean Spence

Defensive Backs

  • Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
  • Bashaud Breeland
  • Kenny Vaccaro
  • Eric Reid
  • Adam Jones
  • Jeremy Lane
  • Tyvon Branch
  • Mike Mitchell
  • Delvin Breaux
  • Ron Parker
  • Quintin Demps
  • Tre Boston
  • T.J. Ward
  • Corey Graham
  • Byron Maxwell
  • Kayvon Webster

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Author: theScore Staff
Posted: March 12, 2018, 11:57 am

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