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Biggest remaining holes for all 32 teams

55mFootball Outsiders staff

Biggest remaining holes for all 32 teams

The Colts still need depth behind RB Frank Gore, and the Bucs could use a receiver opposite Mike Evans. Football Outsiders analyzes the biggest post-draft needs for every team.

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48mJohn Clayton

Clayton: Top 2016 quarterback battles

Rookies Carson Wentz and Jared Goff might not be Week 1 starters, but waiting could be good for them, John Clayton writes. The six QB battles to watch offer plenty of intrigue.

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McShay: Way-too-early 2017 NFL mock draft

Todd McShay takes a preliminary stab at predicting the picks for the 2017 NFL draft, which could feature DE Myles Garrett, RB Leonard Fournette and QB Deshaun Watson coming off the board early.

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Yates breaks down his top five impact fantasy rookies (2:45)
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Dominik ranks his most improved positional groups (3:27)
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Annie Apple gives advice to her son, Eli (1:28)
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Why Joey Bosa will forge his own path in San Diego

Will new Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa play like his father, John, who spent three seasons in the NFL? Will he be the next J.J. Watt? Neither, according to John Bosa, who says Joey must find his own identity.

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Lawson has great relationship with Rex Ryan (1:43)
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Paxton Lynch to compete in Denver for starting QB job (1:03)
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3dBill Barnwell

Barnwell: Resetting the NFL trade market

If you were hoping for draft-day trades involving disgruntled veterans, you didn't get your wish. But now that the furor of the draft has died down, the trade market could heat up -- or not.

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Kiper: Early-impact rookies from Round 1

Among the first-rounders who could produce immediately? Expect Shaq Lawson to fill the Bills' pass-rushing void and Josh Doctson to get lots of targets for the Redskins, Mel Kiper writes.

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Will Smith's wife accepts his degree

Racquel Smith accepted her late husband's Masters degree from the University of Miami on his behalf Thursday night.

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Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants open their rookie minicamp today, and we will have access to players and coaches throughout the day. Justin Tuck's retirement news conference is at 2 pm ET. Will keep you posted on all that transpires.

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

I'm told no appeal date set yet for #Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence to appeal his 4-game suspension. Team and player seeking reduced penalty

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens signed RB Kenneth Davis (fourth round) to a four-year contract. Two picks signed (Davis and OLB Matt Judon) and nine to go.

Top 2016 NFL QB battles

Case Keenum might be the Rams' starter at the beginning of the season over No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff, but John Clayton expects the rookie to be under center no later than October. Open competitions

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Biggest remaining holes for all NFL Teams

Even though free agency has been going on for months and the draft has come and gone, teams still have weaknesses on their rosters that haven't been addressed. Depth needed (Insider)

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This was specific advice DeMarco Murray offered Zeke Elliott: "From day one, make sure he stays with 82....

Will Smith's wife accepts MBA on his behalf

Former Saints DE Will Smith was on track to graduate from the University of Miami's inaugural MBA program for artists and athletes when he was shot and killed last month. In one of her first public appearances since the shooting, his wife, Racquel, accepted that degree on his behalf Thursday night. Story

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets invited 22 non-roster tryout players to their rookie minicamp. One, as previously reported, is RB Terron Beckham, Odell's cousin.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets announced the signings of 13 UDFAs: Temple WR Robby Anderson, Penn St. DT Tarow Barney, Iowa St WR Quenton Bundrage, Temple C Kyle Friend, Utah P Tom Hackett, Ohio St WR Jalin Marshall, Duke K Ross Martin, Western Carolina DL Helva Matungulu, Appalachian St S Doug Middleton, Texas A&M DL Julien Obioha, USC DT Claude Pelon, Michigan St DE Lawrence Thomas and Ferris St TE Jason Vander Laan.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans ILB Avery Williamson made the video board at Sharks-Predators NHL playoff game late in the first period.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons president Rich McKay on talk surfacing that Atlanta will indeed win the 2019 Super Bowl. "The Super Bowl bid process is a very well-organized and competitive process and is determined by a vote of the team owners later this month. It's impossible to have any indication of a favorable result weeks before the actual vote happens, and any assertion otherwise is not accurate. We'll continue to respect the NFL's process." The vote occurs May 24 in Charlotte with Atlanta in the mix for 2019 along with Tampa, Miami, and New Orleans.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have agreed to terms with rookie defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway, tackle Joe Haeg, linebacker Trevor Bates and center Austin Blythe. Colts agreed to terms with first-round pick Ryan Kelly on Wednesday

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets announced the signings of CB Juston Burris (fourth round), T Brandon Shell (fifth) and P Lachlan Edwards (seventh). They have four unsigned draft picks.