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Kiper: 25 best available players on Day 3

Mel Kiper Jr. reveals the 25 best players available on Day 3 of the 2016 NFL draft and discusses some possible fits. Connor Cook tops the list.

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Results, analysis for every Day 2 pick

We tracked every selection of the first, second and third rounds. See how every team will incorporate their new additions.

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The 'Purple Shirt Man' gets testy with Dwyane Wade (0:38)
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The unforgiving Talladega Superspeedway (2:14)
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Myles Jack on Jaguars: 'They got somebody who's real hungry' (1:41)
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A-Rod gifts HR bat to young fan at Fenway

Alex Rodriguez gave his bat to a young Red Sox fan, reportedly at Fenway Park to honor his late father, after hitting a home run in Friday's game between the historic rivals.

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Mets make history with 12 runs in an inning (0:56)
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Portland crowd erupts when Jordan air balls free throw (0:37)
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Black cat roams the ice pregame (0:13)
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NFL Draft: A day with Laquon Treadwell

Laquon Treadwell takes ESPN behind the scenes to one of the biggest nights of his young life, the 2016 NFL draft. The former Ole Miss wide receiver was picked by the Minnesota Vikings with the 23rd overall pick, and has officially begun his NFL career.

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Red Bulls pull off slick free kick (0:30)
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Did Richardson just bite the basketball? (0:16)
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Warren G's interesting rendition of 'Take Me Out To The Ballgame' (0:46)
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Possum invades field during baseball game (0:21)
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Waste of time for Durant to return to Thunder next season? (1:47)
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Welcome to Whiteside's block party (0:42)
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Pacers go on 32-5 run late in game (1:04)
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16hMichael DiRocco

Jags take 'calculated risk,' snag Jack after slide

After slipping through the first round because of concerns about his knee, Myles Jack finally has a home in the NFL. The Jaguars traded up and took him with the fifth pick in the second round.

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Ronaldog shows off crazy soccer moves (0:49)
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Conley pulled with no-no in 8th (0:20)
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How Derrick Henry will impact Titans' running game (0:53)
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Skip: Cowboys got next Emmitt Smith (1:39)
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This is SportsCenter: Ortiz breaks in Yankees cap (0:30)
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Roberto Aguayo quiere emular éxito de Raúl Allegre

De padres mexicanos, el pateador de Florida State Seminoles probará suerte en el Draft 2016 con las credenciales de ser uno de los mejores pateadores univeristarios que se han visto en muchos años.

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Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Little cleanup from Thurs night: without video, Ravens would have taken Laremy Tunsil at No. 6; fell to Miami at 13. Lost money: $7 million.

Kiper: Round 2 winners and question marks
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Seattle got a steal in DL Jarran Reed, while the Jets took a boom-or-bust QB in Christian Hackenberg. Liking it, questioning it (Insider)

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Cubs' run differential: +79 MLB's second-best: +44 (STL) That difference of 35 alone would be the fourth-best run differential in baseball.

When you're a Jet, you get booed right away
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Jets fans weren't happy with the selection of QB Christian Hackenberg in the second round of the NFL draft.

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Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a rainy day in Chicago, but can't ask for a better backdrop for Day 3 of the NFL draft.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Mariota's Heisman has quite the set up at Oregon's facility. The statue honors his family, his teammates, every coach he has ever had and his heritage. The eight bars underneath the trophy represent both the number he wore at Oregon and the eight Hawaiian islands.

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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

After what will be roughly a 40-hour hiatus, the Los Angeles Rams get to resume participation in the NFL draft today with two picks in the fourth and sixth rounds. They're on the hunt for more offensive weapons for QB Jared Goff, specifically at receiver and tight end. They'll also be looking at possible safety options and depth all over the defense.

Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

The Danica Patrick car has a different look this week as part of an Aspen Dental marketing program:

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

The short turnaround for Game 7's start at 1pm Sunday could be a challenge for the veteran-laden Heat. Dwyane Wade, 34, will be playing a fifth game in 9 days against the Hornets. Reminded there's only about a 38-hour turnaround between the end of Game 6 Friday in Charlotte and the start of Game 7 in Miami, Wade could only shake his head in submission. "I could've just left my (ankle) tape on then," he joked after the Game 6 win.

Brewers pull off a triple play the easy way
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Milwaukee turned a lazy Marcell Ozuna grounder into three outs in very cool fashion.

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Black cat roams the ice pregame
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Fortunately for the Sharks, this didn't prove to be an ominous sign as they skated past the Predators 5-2 on their home ice.

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Chris Sprow ESPN.com 

Draft process in a nutshell: Compliments for trading away a ton of value to draft an FCS quarterback with under two years starting experience at No. 2, and derision for the pick of a QB once considered a potential No. 1 overall in the middle of Round 2. In both cases: we simply don't have a clue what the outcome will be.

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Field Yates @FieldYates

Most day 3 picks: 49ers, Ravens, Patriots & Browns all have 8. Fewest: Saints & Panthers with just 2 apiece.

Doug McIntyre ESPN Staff Writer 

Touching moment at Goodison Park as Everton welcomes families of the 96 Liverpool fans killed in Hillsborough stadium disaster in 1989 onto the field before today's Premier League match vs. Bournemouth.

Doug McIntyre ESPN Staff Writer 

The scene outside Goodison Park in Liverpool before today's match between Everton and Bournemouth. U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard, who who'll play in Everton's final two home games, making first Premier League start since Jan. 24.

Combine question: How would you kill someone?
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On Friday, Bills draftee and former Clemson DE Shaq Lawson said 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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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Make no mistake that the quarterback the Chiefs liked in this draft and had a real shot at getting was Paxton Lynch. But with seven picks today, they may take a shot at a QB. The final four rounds are more about finding good players than drafting at specific positions but the Chiefs will still try to come away with a couple offense linemen and another defensive back or two.

Trevor Story goes yard again
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Make it 10 homers (tied for MLB lead) for the Rockies rookie shortstop after another homer vs. Arizona.

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