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NFL draft: Follow every pick live

Navy QB Keenan Reynolds, the FBS career leader in TDs, went to the Ravens in the 6th round. Track every pick with real-time reaction. Watch Round 6 live on ESPN & WatchESPN.

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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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Leddy, Boychuk buoying Isles

Nick Leddy hoisted a Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 2013. Johnny Boychuk won it with the Bruins in 2011. Now they're trying to accomplish hockey's ultimate goal again as Islanders teammates.

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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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Cowboys draft Irish LB Smith despite knee injury

The Cowboys drafted Jaylon Smith on Friday in the second round, at 34th overall, despite knowing the former Irish linebacker may be out this season as he recovers from a knee injury.

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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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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

In need of a fullback to ignite the team's running game, the Chargers take Derek Watt, the younger brother of J.J. Watt and former teammate of Melvin Gordon in the sixth round. San Diego has one pick left (224) in this year's draft.

Didier Drogba's brilliant free-kick
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The 38-year old Montreal Impact striker's still got it.

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JJ Watt's brother, Derek, now plays fullback for the San Diego Chargers, the team that picked him in the 6th round.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Former TCU WR Kolby Listenbee, just drafted by Bills, says he thinks he can break the 40-yard dash record. He believes he's the fastest player in the NFL.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans fifth-rounder Tajae Sharpe is first receiver drafted out of UMass since 1974 (Tim Berra, son of Yogi).

Stein: Warriors believe Curry will return in next series
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Marc Stein says Golden State is a confident team without Steph Curry and it thinks it can handle Portland without him.

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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans sixth-rounder LeShaun Sims is nicknamed Swis, because for his first game at Southern Utah his last name was spelled upside down on his jersey.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints coach Sean Payton tells NFL Network that new DT David Onyemata is a "self-made guy" and, "I love the kid's makeup." Said the Saints initially envision him inside at DT in the sub rush but also think he can play some DE in base defense.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Irsay on contract talks with QB Andrew Luck: "Talks are progressing well. We have gotten into serious discussions. We have made progress. I mentioned 4th of July before. I don't think that marker is something that needs to be watched as an indicator. We should be able to come to a deal. We still have ground to cover. There's no question about that. It takes time." Irsay also said he believes a deal will get done before training camp.

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Colts owner Jim Irsay on the AFC South: "I can't call us the team to beat in the division because Houston won the division. Jacksonville took it to us when we were down there in a big way. We have a lot to prove. We feel like we can get right back into the mix, but we have to prove it. There's no doubt about it. We know the division will be a lot better."

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Owner Jimmy Haslam joins the media to listen to the press conference for the team's top picks. All five players raised their hands when asked if the Browns can make the playoffs in the next couple years. Haslam did as well.

Why Luke Walton chose the struggling Lakers
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Why did the 36-year-old coach leave the best team in basketball to take over one of its worst? He knows how to make things work. Comfortable in himself

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Navy's Keenan Reynolds on being drafted by Ravens: "It's a dream come true."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens are going to list Navy's Keenan Reynolds as a wide receiver. He will also look to make team as returner.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

With the No. 182 pick, the Ravens select Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds, who is looking to make the switch to running back and perhaps a returner. He's a local product who played college football about an hour from Ravens' facility.

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It was a Viking that got Moritz Boehringer interested in football... so of course Minnesota is where he goes

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Walton on if he'll run the triangle in LA: "I don't think the triangle's the most appropriate style of offense for the players they have in place"

Stein: Walton sees Lakers as his dream job
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Marc Stein says at his core, Luke Walton is a Laker after spending 8-plus seasons there as a player.

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