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1hTodd McShay

McShay: Best, riskiest picks of Round 1

Todd McShay runs through his favorite picks from Round 1 of the 2016 NFL draft, along with those that come with some risk. The Cowboys' selection of Ezekiel Elliott scores high marks.

Cold Hard Facts: Round 2 of the NFL Draft (1:36)
Lynch: Broncos best possible situation (2:28)
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8hESPN Stats & Information

NFL draft trade tracker

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

Gruden on Tunsil: 'You gotta be a reliable person' (0:36)
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10hJeff Dickerson

Draft-night surprise: Da Coach grew a beard!

Legendary former Chicago Bears coach and ESPN NFL analyst Mike Ditka attended the club's official draft party at Soldier Field sporting a white beard.

Goff is the new face of the Rams franchise (0:36)
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17dKevin van Valkenburg

Does Carson Wentz really add up to $20M?

If North Dakota State's Carson Wentz is selected at No. 2, it will represent one of the greatest gambles in modern draft history. Yet the compliments and the hype just keep building.

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3dElizabeth Merrill

How Jaylon Smith became a hopeful mystery

Once considered a top-five pick, the surest thing in the NFL draft has gone from a certainty to an unknown. But the former Notre Dame star linebacker and his surgeon are teeming with optimism.

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11dSeth Wickersham

Should NFL teams worry about Robert Nkemdiche?

Once considered to be a lock for the top five, the talented but enigmatic Robert Nkemdiche can't fathom how buying a panther might be an issue for NFL teams.


Laremy Tunsil's rollercoaster draft day

It started with top-5 hopes, but a video of Tunsil smoking from a bong with a gas mask over his face dropped him to 13th to the Dolphins. The drama continued in his news conference.


NFL draftees were dressed for success

The first round of the NFL draft featured some unique outfits, with the best example being Ezekiel Elliott's crop-top suit.


Thumbs up, thumbs down on first round

Our NFL Nation reporters assessed every first-round pick from Thursday night in Chicago. All 31

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Todd McShay's best available for Day 2

Feel as if your team missed out on a draft prospect in Round 1? McShay is here to provide you a reason to be optimistic for Day 2. Starts with Jack (Insider)

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Round 1 of NFL Draft pictures

A crop-top suit, Bison fans and commissioner selfies were just a sampling of the best photos from the draft's opening round. Gallery

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First pick in 22 years ... how to react?

Just like Los Angeles Rams fans did when they heard QB Jared Goff's name called No. 1 overall.


Dominik: This will follow Tunsil forever

Todd McShay and Mark Dominik break down Laremy Tunsil’s rollercoaster night, which started before the draft with the emergence of a video showing him smoking a substance in a gas mask.


How the Patriots dealt with round 1

New England didn't have a first-round pick Thursday because of Deflategate penalties. So the Pats' Instagram account sent a very simple message. No words necessary


Elliott: Ready to 'eat' behind Cowboys line

Ezekiel Elliott joined SVP to discuss why he wanted to be a Cowboy, what Emmitt Smith means to him and wearing the crop top on the red carpet.


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#Cowboys owner-GM Jerry Jones says Ezekiel Elliott was top-rated player on team's draft board. Stephen Jones say top-graded RB in many years

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Jerry Jones says would have been hard to give up 2 top players (picks) for QB in Paxton Lynch whom he hopes doesn't play for several years

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Dallas also considered trading 4th overall pick to Baltimore for Ravens' 1 and 4, but Cowboys balked at end, nervous they wouldn't get RB.

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"I'd have to say yeah." Laremy Tunsil when asked if he took money from an Ole Miss coach, after apparent IG hack. es.pn/1rmuzlE

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Artie Burns discussed his life challenges to Pittsburgh reporters Thursday night. In October, his mother, Dana Smith, 44, died of a heart attack. Artie Burns Sr. is serving a 25-year sentence for cocaine trafficking, according to the Miami Herald.

Tunsil admits to taking money in college

Laremy Tunsil, who fell to 13th to the Dolphins after a video emerged right before the draft of him smoking a substance in a gas mask, later admitted to taking money from an Ole Miss coach. Story

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