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Ezekiel Elliott with the draft's boldest fashion statement.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The calm before the storm at EverBank Field.

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Ezekiel Elliott is a popular guy in Chicago. As he strolled down the red carpet one Bears super fan screamed out "You're looking at the No. 11 pick, baby!" Will Elliott still be there at 11 for the Bears?

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan and coach Todd Bowles will be sitting here in about five hours to discuss their first-round pick. Possibilities; CB Eli Apple, CB William Jackson III, WR Laquon Treadwell and WR Josh Doctson. A trade down could be an option, especially if QB Paxton Lynch still is on the board.

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Ezekiel Elliott styling from head to toe.

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Just as Joey Bosa and his parents were getting ready for an interview, his Ohio State teammate Ezekiel Elliott surprised him to show off Elliott's dress shirt which was tucked up to show off his abs -- just like his football jersey.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The Los Angeles Rams still have interest in bringing in safety Donte Whitner but nothing is imminent at the moment. Team brought him in for a visit but hasn't been able to come to terms yet. His price could change after the draft and teams add other safeties. Rams would like his price to come down before signing.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Upon using the first overall pick on a quarterback tonight, the Los Angeles Rams will need to delete a quarterback from the roster. That's expected to be Nick Foles. The team is hopeful that a trade can come together over the next couple of days after other teams pick and miss out on quarterbacks they like in the draft. A late-round pick is the most likely compensation.

Chris Sprow ESPN.com 

Vertical spotlights? Check.

Andrew Han ESPN Writer 

Three hours before the L.A. Rams are officially on the clock, fans were lining up to attend a fan rally in downtown Los Angeles.

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Plenty of Green Bay fans in Chicago as the Packers are holding a draft party in enemy territory.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The line for Rams fans to get into tonight's draft party has gotten much longer since the first group arrived at 10 a.m. When all is said and done, the team is expecting more than 4,000 to attend after inviting about 3,500.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

These are the first fans to line up for the Rams' draft party at LA Live tonight. They arrived at 10 a.m. with doors opening at 3:30 p.m. Rams legend Eric Dickerson stopped by to say hello earlier.