Hopes and fears

Elliot Harrison dishes on his favorite as well as his most worrisome draft picks from Chicago. Read

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  1. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Baylor WR Goodley among top undrafted FAs to sign after draft

    Baylor wideout Antwan Goodley wasn't taken in the draft, but he'll have a chance to stick with the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent. Gil Brandt provides a position-by-position breakdown. Read

  2. 2015 NFL Draft

    Draft wrap: Five things we know right now

    Who are these Cleveland Browns, and what have they done with the team we were used to? Judy Battista analyzes the 2015 NFL Draft, touching on the notably sane selection of Danny Shelton. Read

  3. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Best bargain picks: AFC North, NFC North

    Which teams dug deep and found major talents late in the 2015 draft? CFB 24/7 reveals the five best bargain picks for every division, beginning today with the AFC North and NFC North. Read

  4. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Hundley optimistic about opportunity in Green Bay

    Brett Hundley fell to the fifth round and was selected by a surprise team, but the UCLA QB is eager to start his NFL journey in Green Bay working under the reigning league MVP. Read

  5. 2015 NFL Draft

    Life inside the war room: Stories behind the picks

    Michael Silver spent the draft embedded with the Jaguars and Rams. How did Jacksonville settle on Dante Fowler Jr.? Why was St. Louis in the driver's seat in Round 2? Take a look behind the scenes. Read

  6. Winners from the 2015 NFL Draft

    Somewhere Darren McFadden is smiling after the Cowboys passed on drafting a running back. Marcus Mariota and the Titans are also feeling like winners. See who else came out on top during the draft. Read

  7. 2015 NFL Draft

    Best and most worrisome picks

    Elliot Harrison likes some picks a lot in the aftermath of the 2015 NFL Draft -- but others have him concerned. Which category do the selections of Marcus Mariota and Shane Ray fall into? Read

  8. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Analysts: Gregory, Thompson have most to prove

    There's pressure on all 256 picks in the 2015 NFL Draft to live up to expectations but analysts think two players in particular have the most to prove in the NFL. Read

  9. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Jeremiah: Hundley 'needs time to develop'

    QB Brett Hundley went in the fifth round to the Green Bay Packers, where he presumably will sit and learn behind Aaron Rodgers. Three NFL Media analysts said it's a good situation for Hundley. Read

  10. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Jags' Bradley didn't forget Marshall's resolve

    Former Auburn star Nick Marshall made an impression on Jacksonville coach Gus Bradley at the Senior Bowl, something that paid off when the Jaguars signed Marshall after the draft. Read

  11. Best of The 2015 NFL Draft

    All the picks are in! Take a look at the best and funniest moments from all three days of the 2015 NFL Draft from Chicago. Watch
  12. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Gregory leads NFL draft's biggest sliders

    For some NFL draft prospects, the three-day wait seems like three months. Here are eight drafted players who fell far below where they were expected to be chosen in the 2015 NFL Draft. Read

  13. 2015 NFL Draft

    Inside the Rams' war room: Back to basics

    Jeff Fisher is putting the St. Louis Rams on a familiar track with the 2015 NFL Draft -- and Todd Gurley was just the start. Michael Silver takes you inside the war-room drama. Read

  14. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    2015 NFL Draft: Quick-snap grades for all 32 teams

    Day 2 of the NFL draft had more twists and turns, including the Cowboys landing Randy Gregory. CFB 24/7 picks its winners and losers and grades all 32 teams through the first three rounds. Read

  15. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Kendricks' draft day: Shock followed by pure joy

    For ex-UCLA star Eric Kendricks, the 2015 draft panned out as well as he could have expected, landing him on the same team as best friend and former teammate Anthony Barr. Read

  16. Kelly: We examined trading up, but weren't close

    Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly speaks about how close the team came to trading up to the No. 2 pick and Marcus Mariota. Kelly also says Tim Tebow is in Philly to compete for a job. Watch
  17. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Track every draft trade

    The Green Bay Packers made a move to get a quarterback with a pick originally held by the Cleveland Browns. Get the lowdown on every move leading up to and during the 2015 NFL Draft. Read

  18. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Gregory uses humor to ease embarrassment

    Randy Gregory hand a long and humbling wait in the green room at the 2015 NFL Draft, but once he was finally selected by the Dallas Cowboys the Nebraska pass rusher used humor to calm the situation. Read

  19. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Walford joins young offensive nucleus in Oakland

    Clive Walford is now part of the massive rebuilding project in Oakland, which took the tight end in the third round and will add him to a young offense featuring QB Derek Carr and top pick Amari Cooper. Read

  20. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Mayock: DGB 'looks like a young Randy Moss'

    WR Dorial Green-Beckham drew quite the comparison from NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock after being selected by the Tennessee Titans in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Read

  21. Winston's future -- not past -- to determine his legacy

    Jameis Winston enters the NFL as one of its most polarizing draft picks ever. Regardless of the root of his past transgressions, his actions ahead will come to define his record, Judy Battista writes. Read

  22. NFL Football Operations

    Who makes the rules for the NFL Draft?

    Which team will go first? How long does each team have to make its pick? Who is eligible to be drafted? The NFL has specific rules for each part of the draft process. Read

  23. The NFL Draft

    The draft before the flash

    It's hard to imagine the NFL Draft without the flashy lights and cameras. Go back in history to visit the early roots of the league's special event. Read

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