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NFL draft: Follow every pick live

Los Angeles took Cal QB Jared Goff with the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft. Carson Wentz went No. 2 to the Eagles. Track every pick with real-time reaction. Watch it all live on ESPN & WatchESPN.

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Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Fun fact: Texans first round pick Will Fuller was committed to Bill O'Brien at Penn State but de-committed in August of O'Brien's first season and went to Notre Dame instead. The switch came shortly after the NCAA sanctioned Penn State, but Fuller said at the time the sanctions didn't impact his decision. O'Brien isn't holding a grudge it seems.

Texans trade up, take Will Fuller at No. 21
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The Redskins traded their pick to the Texans, who selected Notre Dame WR Will Fuller with the 21st pick of the 2016 NFL draft after moving up one spot. Results & analysis

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Chris Fallica ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State joins the 2004 Miami Hurricanes as the only schools to have 5 players selected in the Top 20

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Laremy Tunsil: I made a mistake, a huge mistake. I'm just blessed to be part of the Dolphins' organization.

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Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Darron Lee's impact should come early in the Jets sub-packages. Speed and versatility to align in multiple spots. Can walk out over the slot, cover space in zone coverage and run with tight ends.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

With the 20th pick, the Jets select Ohio State LB Darron Lee. They took him over LB Myles Jack and QB Paxton Lynch. Lee is undersized, but fast. The Jets want to improve their team speed.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics won't go quietly. Despite trailing by as much as 28, Boston rallied within 12 with 3:16 to play. As was often the case in this series, the team might have simply dug itself too big of a hole to claw itself out.

Ryan Kelly should have a long career in Indy
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The Colts kept it simple and drafted former Alabama center Ryan Kelly, who can start right away and provide some much-needed protection for Andrew Luck.

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

New Bills defensive end Shaq Lawson will need shoulder surgery that will sideline him for 4-6 months at some point, probably after next season, ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reports.

Jets select Darron Lee at No. 20

The N.Y. Jets have taken OLB Darron Lee, the fifth Buckeye taken, with the 20th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Results & analysis

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins GM Chris Grier said OT Laremy Tunsil was the No. 2 player on their board. "We did not expect him to be there," Grier said.

Keanu Neal is a leader
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Field Yates breaks down the Falcons' first-round draft pick, former Florida safety Keanu Neal, saying he brings character along with his skillset and can emerge as a leader for Atlanta.

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Decker adds power to Detroit's offensive line
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Matthew Stafford has been sacked 89 times over the past two seasons, so drafting former Ohio State OT Taylor Decker makes sense for the Lions, as he can help set the tone on an improving offensive line.

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills select Clemson DE Shaq Lawson at No. 19. Rex Ryan gets his Clemson guy. Both Rex and Rob Ryan's sons play for Clemson and have a great relationship with coach Dabo Swinney. Lawson wasn't expected to fall this far; the Bills get good value and bolster their front seven, as many expected.

Bills select Shaq Lawson at No. 19

Buffalo has taken Shaq Lawson, a defensive end from Clemson, with the 19th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Results & analysis

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons first-round draft pick Keanu Neal told me earlier today he is named after the actor, Keanu Reeves. "Everything he's been through, he stayed humble and grateful," Neal said of Reeves. "He gave all his 'The Matrix' revenue to a charity. He's a really good dude."

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

FINALLY! The Colts hope the revolving door at center has stopped after they picked Alabama's Ryan Kelly at No. 18. The pick isn't a headliner, but the Colts are doing what they can to improve their offensive line after starting five different players at center since selecting Andrew Luck in 2012.

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This is the longest we have had to wait for the 1st Alabama player to come off the board since 2008 when the Tide had no players selected.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills are on the clock. Last 10 or so picks have set up perfectly for them. Plenty of defensive options available, including Myles Jack.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Keanu Neal is a perfect fit for the Falcons defensive scheme. Slide into that SS spot and play physical football. Cover 3 defense.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Since Celtics got within 73-59, Hawks have outscored Boston 16-2 and now lead 89-61. Atlanta is 10:27 away from snapping 10-game playoff losing streak in Boston and moving on to a playoff reunion with LeBron James.

Colts select Ryan Kelly at No. 18

Indianapolis has taken Alabama center Ryan Kelly with the 18th overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Results & analysis

Coleman a perfect fit in Cleveland
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Field Yates breaks down the Browns' first-round draft pick, former Baylor WR Corey Coleman, saying that he adds explosion to Cleveland's offense, which makes the offense look a little more exciting.

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Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The best thing about WR Corey Coleman, the Browns first-round draft pick? He set a Baylor record with 33 career touchdowns, and a single-season record with 20 last season. The Browns need playmakers who can get in the end zone. Coleman did that in college.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

According to Dolphins GM Chris Grier, the Laremy Tunsil video that surfaced today is "two years old," according to the team's background checks. That is more concerning for Tunsil that it was this recent.