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  1. Six draft trades we'd love to see

    With every draft comes lots of trades, and a few notable names are likely to be dealt. Could Jay Cutler be reunited with Lovie Smith in Tampa Bay? That's just one deal we'd love to see. Read

  2. 2015 NFL Draft

    Cream of the crop: Top prospects sorted by tier

    West Virginia receiver Kevin White and Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota are two very promising prospects -- but only one qualifies as elite in Bucky Brooks' breakdown of the 2015 NFL Draft class. Read

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    Draft's biggest boom-or-bust prospects

    Lance Zierlein reveals the draft prospects with the potential to either be Pro Bowl-caliber talents or colossal disappointments, a list that kicks off with a prospect playing the ultimate boom/bust position. Read

  4. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Casserly mock 3.0: Two CBs go in top 14

    One cornerback goes No. 7 overall and another comes off the board seven picks later in Charley Casserly's latest first-round projection. Find out what other surprises he forecasts. Read

  5. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Top prospects facing position changes in the NFL

    Not every player who is drafted is destined to play the same position in the NFL that he played in college. Brandon Scherff is just one of several high-profile prospects facing a position switch as a rookie. Read

  6. Five GMs in need of a strong draft

    NFC South executives Thomas Dimitroff and Mickey Loomis are among the general managers on the hot seat this offseason. Find out which other GMs need a strong draft to maintain job security. Read

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  8. 2015 NFL Draft

    Draft City: Chicago

    For the first time in 51 years, the NFL draft is returning to the Windy City. Take a ride on the "L" and dive into Chicago's rich football history with NFL Media's interactive tour. Read

  9. Re-drafting the 2014 quarterback class

    If the general managers had to do it all over again, the 2014 draft surely would look different with a season in the books, especially when it comes to QBs. Where would Teddy Bridgewater be ranked? Read

  10. I've known a lot of people who have gone into their last year, my brother went into the last year of his contract twice, and that's just part of it... I'm going to play out those six years and hopefully my play and the success of the team will dictate the future of me being in New York.

    Eli Manning

    - Eli Manning, saying he's fine playing in 2015 without a new deal from the Giants.

  11. Mind-blowing stats for the 2015 NFL Draft prospects

    While Florida State might set a record for most players selected in the first two rounds, Alabama could continue its remarkable run of producing first-round talent. Read

  12. Re-drafting the 2014 offensive line class

    Offensive line wasn't known for its strength in 2014, but we ended up with a class that stands out for its depth. Conor Orr breaks down the offensive line class starting with guard Zach Martin. Read

  13. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Seven-round mock draft

    Could Marcus Mariota and Dorial Green-Beckham be set to join forces? Find out how Lance Zierlein and Chad Reuter see the entire draft playing out in their seven-round projection. Read

  14. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Best/worst first-round picks countdown (1-4)

    CFB 24/7's countdown of the best and worst first-round picks for all 32 slots has reached the top four picks, highlighted by arguably the greatest QB and the biggest bust in NFL history. Read

  15. Predict the Pick

    Think you're good at predicting draft picks?

    Think you can outpredict the experts on picks in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft? Play for free and you could win a trip to the 2015 NFL Kickoff game. Read

  16. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Leah Still scores TD during Temple's spring game

    Leah Still, the 4-year-old daughter of Cincinnati Bengals DT Devon Still who overcame a bout of cancer, provided another heartwarming moment during Temple's spring football game. Read

  17. Bucky's Best Fits

    Non-stop motor for sale: Shane Ray's best fits

    Shane Ray is arguably the best pure pass rusher in the 2015 NFL Draft. While he's a bit undersized, the Missouri product brings relentless effort and burst. Bucky Brooks provides five ideal landing spots. Read

  18. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Which prospects will be rookie Pro Bowlers?

    After five rookies played in last season's Pro Bowl, which players from the class of 2015 have the best chance of replicating their success? Charles Davis reveals his five picks. Read

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    Draft caps

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  20. Sidelines

    The Hodges Doctrine

    With an Ivy League pedigree and a presidential presence, Zack Hodges isn't your typical prospect. The resilient pass rusher could become the highest-drafted Harvard man ever. Conor Orr reports. Read

  21. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Connecting dots: Mayock links prospects to teams

    Mike Mayock ran through many potential draft scenarios during a teleconference Thursday, and made some intriguing connections between prospects and teams that you don't want to miss. Read

  22. Re-drafting the 2014 wide receiver class

    The 2014 class of wide receivers boasted some of the best rookie wideouts the NFL has ever seen. Chris Wesseling breaks it all down, starting with Odell Beckham. Read

  23. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Gil Brandt's Hot 100 + 40 prospects

    Gil Brandt goes 140 players deep in his prospect rankings for the 2015 NFL Draft, and he believes his top three players all have the ability to be perennial Pro Bowl players in the NFL. Read

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