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Round 2 mock draft: Perfect fits for every team

Before Day 2 of the draft gets rolling, Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl find the best fits for the top players in a Round 2 mock. Watch the NFL draft unfold on ESPN and WatchESPN at 7 p.m. ET.

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Kiper: Round 1 winners and question marks

As expected, quarterbacks went 1-2 in the NFL draft. But Round 1 wasn't without a few questionable picks. Rounds 2 and 3 continue Friday (7 p.m. ET on ESPN & WatchESPN).

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10 things you categorically missed when Jeff Teague found Paul Millsap for the easy layin (1:02)
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Golic to Bradford: Be a professional (0:55)
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Van Gundy: Drummond 'open' to underhand FTs

After the worst free throw shooting season in NBA history, Pistons center Andre Drummond is willing to consider shooting free throws underhanded, according to coach Stan Van Gundy.

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4hKevin Seifert

Goodell defends power, citing integrity of game

Roger Goodell reiterated that he is still willing to consider changes to some areas of the discipline policy but nothing that involves what he classifies under integrity of the game.

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Keegan-Michael Key hosts the 2016 Name Draft (2:13)

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Combine question: How would you kill someone?
NFL 

Bills draftee and former Clemson DE Shaq Lawson said Friday that he was asked by an NFL team during February's combine about what method he would use to kill someone. Story

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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys first round pick Ezekiel Elliott has arrived at Valley Ranch in a fresh blue suit. He will meet the media soon.

On This Day: Clemens strikes out 20
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Thirty years ago today, Roger Clemens made history by becoming the first major league pitcher to strike out 20 batters in one game.

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Laremy Tunsil was asked repeatedly about the last 24 hours and declined to answer any questions about the video posted to his Twitter account or the text message that appeared on his Instagram. When asked to address what could be construed as character concerns he said, "No character issues at all."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Laremy Tunsil declined to answer questions about the text message posted to his Twitter account that showed he received money from the Ole Miss coaching staff. He also declined to address who might have hacked his social media accounts. "I'm here to talk about the Miami Dolphins," he said.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins first round pick Laremy Tunsil has arrived for his press conference.

Browns lead way in draft trade winners (so far)
NFL 

One facet of Cleveland's draft strategy is becoming clear, writes Bill Barnwell: They're trying to exploit the league's conservativeness in devaluing future picks to extract better picks from teams in the future. Trade winners

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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams general manager Les Snead greets quarterback Jared Goff as he arrives at the team's LA Live draft headquarters. Goff will meet the media in a little less than an hour.

The house that Liquid built

What does it take to build a successful, stable esports franchise? Darren Rovell sat down with Team Liquid's co-owner and co-CEO Steve "LiQuiD112" Arhancet to find out. Story

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Teams set to make most of draft's Day 2
NFL Draft 

There is still plenty of talent left on the board that could eventually turn into starters, including three quarterbacks and the Heisman Trophy winner. Seven teams are set up for a big second night. Plenty of picks

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How did Ohio State not win 2015 national title?
NCAAF 

Five Buckeyes heard their names called in Thursday's first round, so how did Ohio State not even make the College Football Playoff with so much high-level talent? Five factors

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NCAAF 

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

One more note on the Laremy Tunsil saga: The Dolphins expect the first-round pick to be ready to go for rookie minicamp next week. "We're comfortable with his eligibility," team Vice President Mike Tannenbaum said.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals defensive line coach Brentson Buckner on Robert Nkemdiche taking plays off in college: "I didn't see that." Buckner said if anyone sees a college player going all out on every play, he'll give them $1 million.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

New Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff has arrived in Los Angeles. He's set to meet the media for the first time at 5:30 p.m. ET. Goff is likely to be the only drafted player to be talking about the Rams choosing him on Friday as they have no picks in rounds two or three after trading up from No. 15 to No. 1 with the Tennessee Titans earlier this month. They have four picks remaining, two in the fourth round and two in the sixth round.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA is celebrating Kenny Clark's first-round selection (Green Bay) with digital billboards like this one around Los Angeles.

Round 2 mock draft: Perfect fits for each team
NFL 

Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl take a shot at predicting how the second round would play out if every team was drafting purely for best fit. Second-round mock (Insider)

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Vice President Mike Tannenbaum was pressed on the organization's pledge to bring in high character players after drafting Laremy Tunsil. "We remain committed to that. All the decision makers were in the room last night, and we feel good about Laremy as a player and a person. Obviously there have been some bumps in the road, but we're comfortable with that. Moving forward, we're excited he's here and think he has a bright future on the field as well as off."

Brady, NFLPA hire Theodore B. Olson

The NFL Players Association added the former Solicitor General, who has argued 62 cases in the Supreme Court, to its legal team defending Tom Brady. On Friday, the NFLPA legal team and Brady asked for another two weeks to decide whether they'll request the entire 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals hear the Deflategate case. Story

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami's Mike Tannenbaum was asked about social media's impact after what happened to Laremy Tunsil. "We were comfortable knowing there are things out there I'm sure he's going to learn from. Obviously mistakes were made. Our decision was based on the player, a big body of work ... We felt it was a tremendous opportunity for us."

Le Batard: NFL's rules on drugs are stupid
NFL 

Dan Le Batard says: "I don't understand how the NFL can't fix this, because it's way too punitive."

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami coach Adam Gase said of Laremy Tunsil, "I see a guy that's played at an extremely high level in a very good conference and is going to be able to transition to our league quickly. This is a guy we felt like was one of the better players in this draft class if not the best guy."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Dolphins executive Vice President of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said Laremy Tunsil had an allergic reaction and is unable to attend his introductory press conference right now. Tannenbaum said the organization feels "comfortable" with Tunsil as a player and person.

Watch Live: Dolphins introduce Laremy Tunsil
NFL 

A video surfaced on Tunsil's verified Twitter account Thursday night 13 minutes before the draft started that showed him wearing a gas mask and smoking a substance from a bong. He said the account was hacked. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Ronaldog shows off soccer moves
Soccer 

So furry. So cute. So skilled.

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SVP: No one knows who won the NFL draft
NFL 

Scott Van Pelt feels bad for guys like Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay who are supposed to weigh in, give grades and know the future of draft picks when nobody knows right now.

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