How did the Arizona Cardinals fare with their pick of Kyler Murray with the No. 1 selection in the 2019 NFL draft?
by: Bill Huber — Forbes 45m
The Washington Redskins' Round 1 victory and plenty of odds and ends from Thursday at the NFL Draft.
by: Mike Florio — NBC Sports 1h
In late November, the Chiefs abruptly released running back Kareem Hunt after video emerged of Hunt shoving and kicking a woman in the hallway of a Cleveland hotel. Currently, the Chiefs have yet t…
by: Kevin Eck — NFL: Baltimore Ravens 2h
Lamar Jackson is excited to be playing with Brown. The misconception about Brown’s ‘Hollywood’ nickname. What has Antonio Brown taught his cousin, Marquise?
by: Safid Deen — Sun-Sentinel 2h
The Miami Dolphins are the presumed front-runner to make a trade and acquire Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen, according to multiple reports on Friday.
by: Elliot Kennel — Fansided: Dawg Pound Daily 3h
Joe Schobert is the most underpaid linebacker in the NFL and until he is signed long-term, the Cleveland Browns will field potential trade offers. Joe Scho...
by: Jori Epstein, USA TODAY — USA Today 3h
The NFL hosted its first draft in Nashville, Tennessee and the draft’s first overall selection fittingly launched a run of historic “firsts.”
by: Charles Curtis — USA Today: For The Win 3h
Here’s how the first round affected fantasy owners in 2019.
by: Alex Kozora — Steelers Depot 3h
Let me be crystal clear here. I love this pick. Even though you had to trade up – there was no other way – being aggressive for Devin Bush was the right move. Kevin Colbert admitted the team hadn’t done a good enough job in replacing Ryan Shazier....
by: Craig Lyndall — Waiting For Next Year 4h
Winning and losing in the NFL draft is a subjective exercise mostly determined by what a team does on the field during the season.
by: Jonas Shaffer — The Baltimore Sun 4h
Ravens draft pick Marquise Brown has always been Hollywood. He grew up in Hollywood, a South Florida city in Broward County not far from where teammate Lamar Jackson hails.
by: (AP) — San Antonio Express-News 4h
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - NFL teams showed some preference for quarterbacks, as always, and an infatuation with players who protect them and disrupt them during the first round of the draft. Maybe for the next two rounds they will go after the speed...