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NFL draft: Follow every pick live

We're tracking every pick of Day 3 with real-time reaction. Watch it all live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN.

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22dSheil Kapadia

German talent is coming to the NFL draft in 2016

Moritz Boehringer, a 6-foot-4, 227-pound WR who ran a 4.45 40-yard dash for scouts, has visits scheduled with NFL teams. The challenge is deciding what to make of German Football League tape.

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McShay: Best, riskiest picks of Day 2

Todd McShay presents his favorite picks from Day 2 of the 2016 NFL draft, along with those that come with some risk. The Bills found great value with Alabama LB Reggie Ragland in Round 2.

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NFL draft trade tracker

A full look at all the moves made during the NFL draft, broken down by team.

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Jaylon Smith cries tears of joy over selection to Cowboys

The tears flowed, the hugs happened and the bowling commenced. Jaylon Smith's draft party culminated in a celebration of a second-round draft selection by the Cowboys at No. 34 overall.

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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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Favorite pick from first round? (1:16)

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Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns took Baylor OT Spencer Drango in the fifth round. Drango is a gnarly, four-year starter who was a unanimous All-America in 2015.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas City's second fifth-round pick is Tyreek Hill, a speedy wide receiver from West Alabama. Hill was thrown off the team earlier in his collegiate career at Oklahoma State after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.

trey wingo @wingoz

Kevin Hogan now has the challenge of being the 1st QB drafted by KC to win a game for them.. Since Todd Blackledge in 1987 (drafted in 1983)

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Kevin Hogan had the rare achievement of checking off all seven Parcells Rules. Could be a great fit in Andy Reid system.

Phil Sheridan ESPN Staff Writer 

Halapoulivaati Vaitai led the nation in vowels.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

As of round 5, there has been strength in numbers: Browns have drafted 4 WRs. Lions have drafted 3 OL. Panthers have drafted 3 CBs.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers finally added a skill position player: receiver/kick returner Trevor Davis of Cal in the fifth round (No. 163 overall). He ran a 4.42 40-yard dash, which was the third-fastest among the receivers who ran at the combine.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

A QB to the Chiefs in the fifth round. Stanford's Kevin Hogan.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Talk about wheeling and dealing... After the trade with the Titans this Broncos draft class will now include just one player -- defensive lineman Adam Gotsis -- that the Broncos select with one of their own original draft picks. Those were picks that weren't compensatory picks awarded by league or acquired a trade.

McShay: Cardale Jones an all-time QB project

Todd McShay doesn't mince words as the Bills take the Ohio State QB in the fourth round.

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Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

The Texans are on the clock and have yet to draft a defensive player. Through four rounds they've only taken offense and still have some defensive holes to fill. At this point in the draft, though, they'll just be looking for depth.

Hackenberg needs to regain focus downfield

Ron Jaworski says QB Christian Hackenberg is a very good prospect, but needs to overcome the mental aspect of the hits he took at Penn State.

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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh declined to say whether Laremy Tunsil was ever ahead of Ronnie Stanley on their draft board. "Those guys were in the same category, " Harbaugh told NFL Network. "Without getting into specifics of it, we liked both those guys."

Chris Sprow ESPN.com 

Kenneth Dixon is a Plinko runner -- bounces off contact and keeps going downhill -- and could be a steal for the Ravens. The No. 3 RB on Mel Kiper's final board, he comes off at No. 132.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Dahl's selection by the Lions can't bode well for Corey Robinson, the offensive tackle taken with last year's seventh-round pick. Robinson didn't do much last year and now has even more competition to deal with.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

New Saints DT David Onyemata's college coach from Manitoba, Brian Dobie, said they call him "Cinderella" in Canada. The Nigerian-born player had never even held a football until he was in Dobie's office looking to try out for the football team in 2011. ... Said Onyemata's pro day, which drew 17 NFL teams, was probably the biggest in the history of Canada and him being drafted is "national news."

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Paul Perkins is all-time UCLA leader in receptions by a RB (80). Led Pac-12 in rush plays of 10 or more yards in 2014 (46). Absolute steal by the Giants.

Behind the scenes with Laquon Treadwell

It was a long day for the former Ole Miss receiver before he was drafted by the Vikings on Thursday . ESPN was around for all of it. Photos

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan claimed they're not actively pursuing any veteran quarterback. He said their focus is Ryan Fitzpatrick. "I would say simply to dispel anything, we're not at this point in time in any discussions with any teams for any other quarterbacks," he said. "I can put that to bed at this point in time." Doesn't sounds like they're after Nick Foles.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears used their fifth-round pick (150) on Indiana RB Jordan Howard. Chicago prefers the running back-by-committee approach. Howard is expected to compete with Ka'Deem Carey and Jacquizz Rodgers for playing time behind Jeremy Langford. Remember, Langford is a former fourth-round pick. There is precedent here for Howard to have a major impact in the Bears' backfield.

Dolphins owner on Tunsil: 'He's a really good kid'

Stephen Ross gave his stamp of approval on his team's first round pick Saturday. Confident in his character

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Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

With the 149th pick, the Giants select UCLA running back Paul Perkins, known as a quick-cutting runner who can catch the ball. Not a bell-cow type, but can fill a role as part of a RB committee, which you know the Giants like.