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Barnwell: Browns lead way in draft trade winners (so far)

Teams who trade up in the NFL draft typically undervalue future picks. Often decision-makers assume they won't be around to use the picks if they don't win soon. Good for their trade partners.

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1hMel Kiper

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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Gronk's best digital dating advice

From pickup lines to security measures, Rob Gronkowski and other athletes weigh in on the best ways to approach dating in the digital age.

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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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Todd McShay's best available for Day 2
NFL 

Feel as if your team missed out on a draft prospect in Round 1? McShay is here to provide you a reason to be optimistic for Day 2. Starts with Jack (Insider)

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NFL 

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Dr. James Andrews, who examined Myles Jack in December, told the UCLA LB today that he does not need micro-fracture surgery.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens OT Ronnie Stanley feels bad for Laremy Tunsil, who fell to No. 13 after the gas mask tweet. "It sucks what happened with Laremy, especially the timing of it all," Stanley said.

Bryant out vs. Braves; listed as day to day

Cubs All-Star 3B Kris Bryant avoided serious injury Thursday when he rolled his ankle in a win against the Brewers. The team announced Bryant has a mild ankle sprain will avoid the DL, but will sit out today's afternoon tilt against the Braves. Follow live

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Round 1 winners and question marks
NFL Draft 

The Titans and Seahawks received high praise from Mel Kiper Jr. for their picks and moves around the draft board, while the 49ers' second pick was a surprise -- and a clear reach. Value picks (Insider)

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Steve Kerr on Steph Curry; "He didn't do anything on the floor (today) but he's doing well in the training room."

How does this NFL draft class stack up?

Jared Goff, Carson Wentz, Ezekiel Elliot, Laremy Tunsil, Keanu Neal and Laquon Treadwell already compare favorably to some well-known NFL stars.

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Tunsil didn't deserve draft-night humiliation
NFL 

The former likely No. 1 overall pick didn't deserve to be humiliated on the biggest night of his young life, writes Ian O'Connor. 'I'm a good person'

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First Take predicts: Spurs win in seven
NBA 

Behind the Silent Assassin, Kawhi Leonard, Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith both agree that the Spurs will beat the Thunder in seven games in the Western Conference semifinals.

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Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James on if ATL is an "easier" opponent considering the Cavs' familiarity: "Nothing is easy in the postseason. There's too much work both on the floor and mentally that you have to do to prepare for a playoff series understanding how the competition is going to be at its highest level. Easy should never even come into play when you're talking about playoff basketball or basketball in general at this level."

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Korver went out w/ a broken leg in G2 of the ECF last year. This year he's coming off a strong 1st Rd (12.2p on 45 pct from 3). Ty Lue has noticed: "We know he's dangerous ... In the last series, his plus/minus when he's on the floor was +78. When he was off the floor, they were -24, so we know how important he is"

Nationals heading on 10-game road trip
MLB 

And it's an epic one, as they will face three teams that made last year's playoffs and have a combined .625 winning percentage this year. Tidbits to ponder

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Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James is not a fan of the NBA's last two minute report:

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Paul and Blake Griffin did not make the trip. They will be watching Game 6 in Los Angeles.

Should the Clippers start over?
NBA 

Michael Smith needs to see a plan before they blow up the roster. "This looks like a team that should contend if it's together and it's healthy."

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

DeAndre Jordan: "We've been unlucky this season."

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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NFL Draft 

Skip: Cowboys got next Emmitt Smith
NFL Draft 

Skip Bayless is very excited about the addition of Ezekiel Elliott to the Cowboys and thinks the team has maximized Tony Romo's closing Super Bowl window.

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NFL Draft 

Russillo: Tunsil's fall wasn't about weed
NFL Draft 

Ryen Russillo doesn’t want to hear people say Laremy Tunsil fell to the 13th pick because a tweet showed him using drug paraphernalia.

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Lawyer: Tunsil's stepdad didn't hack account
NFL 

Matthew Wilson, the attorney of Lindsey Miller, Laremy Tunsil's stepfather, told ESPN's Mark Schlabach that his client had nothing to do with Tunsil's social media accounts being hacked Thursday night. "We denounce whoever did this act," Wilson said. "It is abhorrent."

Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports
NFL 

Stephen A.: MLB needs to scare players from PEDs
MLB 

"Until Major League Baseball finds a way to get money from these players for committing these transgressions, you're never going to alleviate the problem."

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Olney: PED use not always linked to size
MLB 

Buster Olney says that unless the MLBPA opens up the CBA and gives teams the option to void multiyear contracts for players busted for PEDs, the reward outweighs the risk for players.

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Tunsil admits to taking money in college
NFL 

Laremy Tunsil, who fell to 13th to the Dolphins after a video emerged right before the draft of him smoking a substance in a gas mask, later admitted to taking money from an Ole Miss coach. Story

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