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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame's Ronnie Stanley is first offensive tackle drafted in top 10 by Ravens since Hall of Fame LT Jonathan Ogden. "Jonathan Ogden set the ball," Stanley said. "He set the bar for the whole league."

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

In his opening remarks Texans owner Bob McNair thanks coach Bill O'Brien and general manager Rick Smith twice for working together to find the guy they wanted. Their relationship has been a topic of discussion.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Shaq Lawson says he had same college major as Rex Ryan's son, Seth, and they shared classes together at Clemson.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Shaq Lawson says he wore a brace on his shoulder toward the end of his junior season. He did not wear one his sophomore year at Clemson.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

New Texans receiver Will Fuller is here to be introduced to Houston. "He's the guy that coach and Rick had their eye on. He was the No. 1 pick and there wasn't any doubt about it," owner Bob McNair said.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

New Bills DE Shaq Lawson says he appreciated how Rex Ryan just talked football with him at the combine. He said other teams asked him bizarre questions such as, "How would you kill someone?" and "Who was the fourth president of the United States?"

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens introduce first-round draft pick Ronnie Stanley. "You're going to love his athleticism," offensive coordinator Marc Trestman said. "He's going to handle some of the premier pass rushers in the league over time."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills GM Doug Whaley introduces DE Shaq Lawson, who said he was waiting for Rex Ryan to "come and get" him during the first round last night.

Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

Fans comparing Browns to Sixers in stockpiling picks seems pointedly jaundiced given Patriots, Packers kickstarted their rebuilds that way.

Teams set to make most of draft's Day 2

There is still plenty of talent left on the board that could eventually turn into starters, including three quarterbacks and the Heisman Trophy winner. Seven teams are set up for a big second night. Plenty of picks

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons first-round draft pick Keanu Neal, the strong safety from Florida, will wear No. 22.