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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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NFL not disciplining McDonald for August arrest (2:25)

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2dJosh 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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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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Mock draft: Titans pick Mariota No. 2
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Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky: "I’m still not convinced Mariota is the Titans' guy, though I’ve come to think it’s increasingly likely. I think there is a better than 50 percent chance the pick is traded and used on Mariota by someone else." NFL Nation mock draft live on ESPN

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Mock draft: Winston goes No. 1 to Bucs

Surprise! Bucs reporter Pat Yasinskas: "The Bucs were dreadful on offense last season. Winston has experience in a pro-style system. He should give the offense a boost right away." NFL Nation mock draft live on ESPN

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NFL Nation mock draft, 1 p.m. ET
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Trey Wingo prepares to host the NFL Nation mock draft as our ESPN.com NFL reporters predict the fate of this year's draft class. Watch live on ESPN

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Expect no J.R. Smith for a bit

ESPN's Dave McMenamin on Smith's possible suspension: “A minimum of two games. Probably more likely three and I wouldn't be shocked if it were 5. You’re talking about a guy with a suspension history both in the regular season and in the postseason." (via Mike & Mike)

NFL Nation Mock Draft, 1 p.m. ET
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Our ESPN NFL Nation reporters will play general manager and execute a first-round mock draft. Watch live on ESPN

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You're busted, Bill!

John Legend called out Patriots coach Bill Belichick for checking out Legend's supermodel wife, Chrissy Teigen, at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. But he wasn't the only one: We see you, Russell; Nice eye, Frank the Tank! 'Spy Gate'

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John Keim @john_keim

But if rg3 starring then having option better than franchise tag. The qb tag was 18.5 mill this year. Option is 16.2 mill.

John Keim @john_keim

But if griffin is playing poorly skins could bench and then cut. That case, no risk.

John Keim @john_keim

On rg3 option: if can't pass season ending physical skins on hook for $16.2 mill in 2016. So repeat of '12 acl, if playing poorly, is bad

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If the Redskins trade back there are a couple off linemen who fit the "Nasty" description Mccloughan likes. Scherff chief among them.

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Even though the Redskins have seven picks in the draft right now, McCloughan says, "I'd love to get 10 (picks) out of this thing."

Jon Gruden's 15 favorites in the Draft
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Gruden wants Mel Kiper to change his Big Board: "I don't understand why [Marcus Mariota] isn't the No. 1 player in this draft on Mel Kiper's Big Board. … He is like Russell Wilson, only he is 6-4.” Gruden's other 14 (Insider)

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Scott Brown @ScottBrown_ESPN

Tomlin confirms Antonio Brown worked out with Steelers today as part of phase one of offseason workout program.

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McCloughan said picking up Griffin III's fifth year option "does not affect our draft process whatsoever." Will pick best player at No. 5.

Redskins exercise RG III's 5th-year option
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Washington GM Scot McCloughan announced the news today. Griffin had a tumultuous 2014: a dislocated ankle limited him to 7 starts, and he threw more INTs (6) than TDs (4).

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John Keim @john_keim

Scot Mccloughan tells reporters at presser that the team will pick up the option on RGIII. TWeeted earlier that his side expected it. So...

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McCloughan on contract talks with Kerrigan/T. Williams: "We seem them as quality Redskin football players ... discussions are going on."