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Kiper: 2015 NFL Draft Grades

With the 2015 NFL draft in the books, Mel Kiper gives his grades all 32 draft classes. Seattle and Baltimore are among the teams with the best marks.

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Collins will talk to police, then sign

Prior to the draft, La'el Collins was a projected first-round pick, but he ended it undrafted. According to Pro Football Talk, the LSU OT plans to sign once his name is cleared. Police will question Collins Monday about the death of a woman and her infant child.

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Super Bowl champs take in Derby, fight

Saturday started in Louisville with the Kentucky Derby for Tom Brady and three of his pass-catchers, then ended in Las Vegas for Mayweather-Pacquiao. And yes, the champs dressed for the occasion. A full day for Pats

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Philly shop offers jersey insurance

For just $10, if you buy a player's jersey and he leaves the team within 18 months, you can bring in your receipt to buy another jersey for half price. Go get those Bradford and Tebow jerseys, folks! (via MyFoxPhilly)

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Best NFL draft class?

Five teams earned A's from Mel Kiper Jr. in their draft performances -- but he thinks the Bills did the worst in the draft, earning a lowly C. How did your team fare? Grading the draft (Insider)

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Most improved teams after draft

Without actually seeing the team in action, it's impossible to judge which team did the best in the NFL draft -- but we can speculate anyway. Check out Todd McShay's most improved team in each division. The 8 (Insider)

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Thumbs up, thumbs down for the draft

Are you looking for a simple hand signal to break down your team's draft? Look no further. (Sorry 49ers, Seahawks and Chiefs fans.) NFL Nation

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Kiper gives high marks to Jets

J-E-T ... Seriously? Yep. The Jets join the Steelers, Ravens, Seahawks and Redskins at the top of Mel Kiper’s 2015 NFL draft grades. Full grades for every team

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Celebrities flood the MGM Grand

Actor Bradley Cooper takes a moment to think -- maybe about the Eagles' confusing quarterback situation? -- before tonight's megafight.

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From Kentucky to Vegas for Tom Brady

The Super Bowl champ has arrived at the MGM Grand for tonight's megafight after being spotted earlier today at the Kentucky Derby. Busy day.

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Thumbs up, thumbs down for the draft

Are you looking for a simple hand signal to break down your team's draft? Look no further. (Sorry 49ers, Seahawks and Chiefs fans.) NFL Nation

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Seahawks sign former Green Beret

Long snapper Nate Boyer, 34, will get a chance to play professional football. Boyer enrolled and walked on to Texas' football team after serving in the military despite having never played football before.

No Volunteers in 2015 NFL Draft

For the first time since 1963, no University of Tennessee players were selected in an NFL draft.

Unsolved mysteries of the 2015 NFL draft

So, what is going to happen at quarterback for the Eagles? Who is going to play cornerback for the 49ers? And who exactly are the Cowboys planning to start at running back? Inside Slant

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NFL Draft is over, quality players remain

Is your team looking for a quality safety? Good news, Todd McShay has two atop his best undrafted player list: Virginia's Anthony Harris and Ole Miss' Cody Prewitt. McShay's top 10 undrafted

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