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McShay: Best draft pick for all 32 teams

Jarran Reed: steal. Ezekiel Elliott: star. Jack Conklin: stud. Todd McShay goes team-by-team, identifying his favorite draft pick for every franchise.

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Which teams did best job of filling draft needs?

The Colts did well to draft offensive linemen to protect QB Andrew Luck. Here's a statistical look at the seven teams that did the best job of addressing their needs during the draft.

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Projecting booms, busts among top QBs

Should the Browns draft Carson Wentz or Jared Goff at No. 2? Football Outsiders' QBASE projection system shows a distinct favorite, and evaluates four more quarterback prospects.

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Ten takeaways from the NFL draft

From rookie quarterbacks and their immediate impact -- will any of them start Week 1? -- to the final word on Laremy Tunsil's tumble, Kevin Seifert looks back at 10 storylines from the weekend.

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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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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

The Steelers declined the fifth-year option on outside linebacker Jarvis Jones, per source. He's a free agent after 2016.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers one of the few NFL teams without a decision on the fifth-year option for 2013 first-rounders. They have until midnight to pick up or decline the option on outside linebacker Jarvis Jones, the 17th overall pick that year. The long wait might suggest the team will decline. If that's the case, the Steelers will own his rights in 2016, then Jones would hit free agency.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

In addition to Chris Culliver the Redskins also released the following players: defensive lineman Christo Bilukidi, linebacker Desmond Bishop,receiver LaRon Byrd. They waived: defensive linemen Anthony Johnson and Kamal Johnson, corner Al Louis-Jean and linebacker Derrick Mathews.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

"Power" is the big thing Bengals DE Margus Hunt is trying to hone this year. To get more of it, he went back to his old Olympic-style training methods this offseason. It means he's been doing more cleans, jerks and snatches as part of his training regimen. He's been working alongside former college track teammate and French Olympian (hammer throw) Jérôme Bortoluzzi as he trains for Rio.

Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

The Patriots waived CB Rashaan Melvin and LB James Vaughters on Monday. Both were longshots to earn roster spots. The team is making moves to clear room for some rookie free agents.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan on the QB situation: They still want to re-sign Ryan Fitzpatrick (where have we heard that before?), they're "excited" to see Geno Smith, they like Bryce Petty "quite a bit" and, "in a perfect world," they won't have to rush Christian Hackenberg into the lineup as a rookie. (Via ESPN NY 98.7 FM)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan all but confirmed he tried to trade up for Ole Miss T Laremy Tunsil, whose fall to Miami became the story of the draft. He said Tunsil was a player "we liked quite a bit." The Jets apparently weren't bothered by the video. (Via ESPN NY 98.7 FM)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan, explaining the decision not to exercise Dee Milliner's fifth-year option, said it was based primarily on his injury history. If Milliner plays well, they can try to negotiate a contract after the season, he said. (Via ESPN NY 98.7 FM)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Today was the deadline for teams to exercise fifth-year options on 2013 first-round picks. The Bengals exercised theirs on their lone 2013 first-rounder, Tyler Eifert, about three weeks ago.