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Clayton: My five favorite draft classes

On John Clayton's list of his top 2016 classes? Jacksonville, which added two blue-chip talents, and Tampa Bay, which filled immediate needs and got a huge upgrade at kicker.

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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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We expected better: Top 25 of unfulfilled potential

ESPN.com presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more.

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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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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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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Andy Dalton met with reporters in Cincinnati today to give an update on the work his foundation has been doing. Since 2011, the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation has raised more than $1.1 million for seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families. On Saturday, the foundation is holding its first golf tournament. Several of his Bengals teammates are expected to attend.

Adam Caplan @caplannfl

Adding to the Clive Walford story (1st reported by FoxSports): Suffered the injury while ago. Described as a "big gash" on one of his knees.

The Could-Have-Beens

ESPN presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more. Unfulfilled potential

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Clayton: Jacksonville top of the class

On John Clayton's list of his top 2016 classes? Jacksonville, which added two blue-chip talents, and Tampa Bay, which filled immediate needs and got a huge upgrade at kicker. Five favorite draft classes

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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

#Ravens waived G Leon Brown and withdrew the exclusive rights tender offer to TE Konrad Reuland. Baltimore is making some room on roster to sign undrafted rookies.

Barnwell: Resetting the NFL trade market

Sam Bradford and Colin Kaepernick are among several key players who could get traded over the next few months. But will they? We shall see

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Although it seemed evident that Grady Jarrett would play nose tackle with Paul Soliai gone, Falcons coach Dan Quinn confirmed on 92.9 The Game it would be Jarrett's position in 2016. Jarrett played that role when Soliai was hurt last season. And Jarrett will be listed as NT not DT.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Even after drafting Eli Apple in the first round, the Giants still could use depth at cornerback. And former Bengal Leon Hall, a veteran who can play the nickel position, could offer them that. Fox reports that Hall is visiting the Giants on Tuesday. My understand is that Hall has visited several teams this offseason, and that the big concerns about him are on the medical end of it – particularly a back injury that gave him trouble late last year. If he checks out physically and the Giants' doctors clear him, he makes sense as a signing for them. But don't be surprised if it takes a while.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

If there you had questions doubt about how well Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly is recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, look no further than Wednesday's Pro-Am at the Wells Fargo Championship. Kuechly will caddie for tight end Greg Olsen. Yes, the three-time Pro Bowler will carry Olsen's bag for 18 holes. Fully cleared for that, coach Ron Rivera said.