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Thumbs up, down for each team's draft

The Bucs and Titans have to be happy about the quarterbacks they drafted. What about the rest of the league? NFL Nation reporters assess each team's class.

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Rivers never asked for and didn't expect trade (2:29)

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Power running on the rise?

John Clayton notes five things we learned during the 2015 draft, including the push for more power-running offenses: "After seeing Marshawn Lynch in two Super Bowls, teams are appreciating the value of the power run." Draft trends

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Questionable Picks: Kiper - Vince Mayle to CLE McShay - Green-Beckham to TEN Herm - Phillip Dorsett to IND Bruschi - Garrett Grayson to NO

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Rookies in the best position to succeed: •Kiper - Amari Cooper •McShay - Breshad Perriman •Herm - Todd Gurley •Bruschi - Leonard Williams

NFL teams can't wait any longer

Newly drafted QBs used to have a chance to settle in before starting, however that's changed over the last six seasons.

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Florida State’s had 29 players drafted over the last 3 drafts. Most for a school in a 3-year span since Texas (31) from 1982-84. (via ELIAS)

Watch out, New England

The other 3 teams in the AFC East have made big moves this offseason in an attempt to break the Patriots' streak of 6 straight division titles.

Seahawks sign 34-year-old Army vet

Nate Boyer is a former Texas long snapper and U.S. Army veteran whom Seattle signed as an undrafted free agent on Saturday. ESPN's Terry Blount tells his story.

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Devon Still @man_of_still75

After 10 months of not being able to swim because of her broviac line in her chest, she's excited to test the waters out again!

Plenty of turnover for Saints

New Orleans fans: Get used to quite a few new faces this season. The Saints lost key contributors from 2014, but also made some additions.

NFL draft grades: Bills worst ...

... while the Seahawks, Steelers, Ravens, Redskins and Jets all received top marks, according to Mel Kiper. The draft just ended, so why not grade everything? Every team, every pick dissected

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Mel Kiper Jr. likes AFC North Draft

He gave all four teams grades of a B or better with the Steelers (A-) and Ravens (A-) leading the way.

Field Yates on RUssell Wilson contract

"They've been talking about it throughout much of the offseason. ... Wilson wants to be back in Seattle ... because [the Seahawks] have so many other good players, you might have to get creative and find out a way to structure it so it works out for both sides."

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Harrison's snaps to be limited

You can expect only about 25 snaps per game this year from 36-year-old James Harrison, according to Steelers outside LB coach Joey Porter, who said: "I told him already, the James Harrison (of before) is over."

Philadelphia's crazy offseason

The 2015 Eagles will look very different from last year's version. Chip Kelly & Co. kept busy this offseason.

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Of 9 schools w/most players drafted (FSU, UL, UF, Bama, Miami, Mizzou, OU, Stan, USC), only FSU won a conference title

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Mayweather will make more from last night's fight than the top 10 picks of the 2015 NFL Draft will make combined over the next 4 years

Best grabs, biggest surprises in draft

Herm Edwards and Field Yates break down their favorite late-round picks in the NFL draft (Kenny Bell and Michael Bennett) and the biggest surprises (Phillip Dorsett and Blake Bell.)

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Mariota gets standing O at spring game

The ovation lasted several minutes for Marcus Mariota at Oregon's spring game Saturday. Said Oregon coach Mark Helfrich: "It just pays tribute to both him and this program, this community, the fans, that this was his main goal."

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Most improved teams after draft

Without actually seeing the team in action, it's impossible to judge which team did the best in the NFL draft -- but we can speculate anyway. Check out Todd McShay's most improved team in each division. The 8 (Insider)

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