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9hJeff Legwold

Legwold: What every team would do with No. 1 pick

What if your team had the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NFL draft? Jeff Legwold polls league executives to determine what each of the 32 teams would do with the selection.

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Jon Gruden

Gruden: My favorite players in 2015 NFL draft

Jon Gruden thinks Marcus Mariota should be No. 1 on Mel Kiper's board, Bud Dupree is a top-10 player and Amari Cooper is a lot like Tim Brown. Here are his 15 favorite 2015 draft prospects.

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Players who could be drafter lower than expected

Mel Kiper Jr. discusses which two players he thinks could fall in the NFL draft, and Todd McShay discusses the pivotal point where both players could drop if they're not drafted by a particular team.

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Gruden's QB Camp: All-Chucky team (2:31)

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Redskins will pick up RG III's $16.2M option for 2016 (1:19)

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Much-needed reconciliation between Favre and Packers (1:04)

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3dJosh Weinfuss

Ex-NFL player finds home on NASCAR pit crew

Working as a NASCAR jack man is more than just a pit stop in the athletic career of Asa Watson, one of several former NFL players who took a left turn from the gridiron to the garage.

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2dTodd McShay

McShay: Best fits for top DB prospects

Where will the top defensive back prospects in the draft fit best in the NFL? Todd McShay looks at Trae Waynes, Marcus Peters and the rest of the DBs projected to go in the first three rounds.

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Mike Reiss @MikeReiss

Later Tuesday, Patriots TE Scott Chandler and WR Danny Amendola are scheduled to answer questions from reporters at team's offseason program

Watt will offer you a work excuse
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Need to miss work? Maybe J.J. Watt can help. At least that’s what the Houston Texans star did for one fan, who asked Watt to help her out so she could attend his charity softball game. Better than doctor's note

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Shane Ray may drop in NFL draft

Kevin Weidl of Scouts Inc. says Shane Ray’s citation for possession of marijuana, combined with his reported toe injury, means Ray could fall in the draft. “I think you were looking at potentially a top-15 pick. I think you’re looking at late-first now, maybe early-second.” Story

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Shane Ray cited for marijuana possession

Missouri DE Shane Ray, who is a projected Top-10 pick in Thursday's NFL draft, was cited for possession of marijuana and a traffic violation early Monday in Missouri.

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NFL Nation mock draft: Mariota to Titans

Look out for a trade with the No. 2 overall pick, but if the Titans ultimately don't deal it, expect them to select Marcus Mariota, reporter Paul Kuharsky predicts.

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Will Jameis Winston be the next Matt Ryan? Check out the top NFL draft prospects and their comparisons to current players in today’s edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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