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Ultimate NFL draft recap: Grades, best picks, highlights for all 32 teams

Check out our review of each team's draft class, featuring analysis from Mel Kiper, Todd McShay, our draft experts and NFL Nation reporters, plus highlights from pick No. 1 to 253.

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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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Boehringer excited to be drafted by favorite team (1:43)
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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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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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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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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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Kiper's 2016 NFL Draft Grades

With all the picks in the books, Mel Kiper grades all 32 draft classes. Assessments (Insider)

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Draft: Thumbs up, thumbs down for all 32

NFL Nation reporters hand out a thumbs up or a thumbs down on each team's 2016 NFL draft class. Lots of ups

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Berry: Say no to Goff in '16!

Jared Goff is among the NFL players Matthew Berry doesn't like for 2016 based on what their teams did at the draft. Love/Hate

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Lions pick was told team didn't want him

Imagine the surprise safety Miles Killebrew felt when Detroit, the organization that told him at the Senior Bowl it didn't want him, made him the No. 111 overall pick in this weekend's draft. 'Not disappointed anymore'

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Greeny thinks Jags could win AFC South

Based on the prospects they drafted, the development of QB Blake Bortles and the addition of a few defensive players, Mike Greenberg likes the look of the Jaguars.

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One clear winner in Browns draft

Cleveland drafted 14 college players over the course of the three-day draft, but the winner of it all was Robert Griffin III, Pat McManamon writes. His job to lose

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Field Yates @FieldYates

Tomorrow is the deadline for NFL teams to decide on the 5th year options for 2013 first rounders. At last check, 21 players are still TBD.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers are bringing back quarterback Bruce Gradkowski on a one-year deal, according to a source. Gradkowski will be a backup quarterback along with Landry Jones. Fox Sports first reported the news.

Field Yates @FieldYates

The Bears announced they released OL Matt Slauson, who played every single offensive snap for the team in 2015: 1,083 of 1,083.