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NFL draft: Follow every pick live

Tracking every pick of the NFL draft with real-time reaction. Watch it all live on ESPN & WatchESPN.

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7hMel 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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Blues-Stars: Why it's all about matchups

St. Louis was able to squeeze by Chicago largely in part to shutting down the Blackhawks' top line. But it doesn't get any easier versus Dallas.

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Watch: Day two of 2016 NFL draft
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The second and third rounds in Chicago begin with the Browns on the clock. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a little less than ten minutes and the Browns are on the clock. Trade rumors continue, but if the Browns want a pass rusher there are a couple there to be taken -- Noah Spence of Eastern Kentucky and Kevin Dodd of Clemson.

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

Last-minute preparations ...

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Myles Jack expected to go in second round
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Adam Schefter says Jack was told by Dr. James Andrews on Friday that he does not need microfracture surgery.

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Heather Burns ESPN.com 

Twenty nine rookies that were second-round picks started at least one game in the 2015 season. According to Elias, that's the most in the common draft era (since 1967).

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Round 2 mock draft: Perfect fits for each team
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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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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

As he hoped, new Rams QB Jared Goff will get to wear the No. 16 with the Los Angeles Rams. Goff grew up a big fan of Niners quarterback Joe Montana and has worn the number all of his football playing life as a tribute to his favorite player.

Laremy Tunsil mum on draft day drama
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Tunsil said "it's a blessing" to be in Miami but didn't expand much on the controversy before and after he was selected 13th overall.

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Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Tigers ace Justin Verlander, who spoke out on Twitter earlier today in the wake of Dee Gordon's 80-game suspension for PED's, said he believes there is a general consensus among players that there should be more frequent testing and harsher penalties. "We want a clean game," he said. Also feels if a player has tested positive, they should not be allowed on the field potentially impacting the outcome of games.

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

The auditorium is starting to fill up as Day 2 of the 2016 NFL draft approaches.

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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys' newest running back, Ezekiel Elliott, will wear No. 21.

Tony Romo @tonyromo

Welcome to Dallas Ezekiel. Nothing better than your draft day! Or in my case, nothing better than teams fighting for you after it's over :)

Ezekiel Elliott ultimate highlight
NFL 

There's a reason the Cowboys drafted Ezekiel Elliott with the No. 4 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.

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Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Based on his comments earlier in the week, it should come as no surprise that Tiger Woods is not in the field for next week's Wells Fargo Championship. Woods, who has not played since last August after twice undergoing back surgery in the fall, said the 5 holes he played on Monday at the opening of the Bluejack National course he designed were his first. He's still limited in the number of drivers he can hit. At a clinic for the Tiger Woods Foundation in Las Vegas on Friday, Woods did say he is "sick and tired of sitting on the sidelines.''

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Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Paxton Lynch is being formally introduced as the newest Denver Broncos player. Lynch said Demaryius Thomas, Mark Sanchez, Emmanuel Sanders and C.J. Anderson among Broncos players who have reached out to him.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys executive Vice President. Stephen Jones said the Cowboys are not moving up from the 34th pick. "I don't know where that came from," Jones said. He said the Cowboys could move down from No. 34.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte is split down the middle in teal and purple for tonight's Game 6.

Rachel Nichols to Durant: 'Show me'
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She says if Kevin Durant feels he belongs in the MVP conversation, then he needs to prove that during the Thunder's upcoming series against the Spurs.

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Todd McShay's best available for Day 2
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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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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams quarterback Jared Goff on Yasiel Puig's offer to show him around town: "I will take him up on that offer." Jeff Fisher chimes in "This is going to be a good answer, we talked about this one."

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Rams quarterbacks Vince Ferragamo and Jim Everett welcomed new quarterback Jared Goff to Los Angeles on Friday.

Shelley Smith SportsCenter correspondent 

Jared Goff's dad, Jerry, taking a shot of his son as he is introduced to the media!

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Combine question: How would you kill someone?
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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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