These five flying under the radar, but not with their teams
The Vikings have a job opening for Adrian Peterson's backup, making former WR Darius Reynaud one player who will help to ratchet up the competition in training camp.
Seahawks have most impressive draft; Raiders are surprise winner
The Seahawks -- with their picks and veteran acquisitions via trade -- were clear winners over draft weekend. The Raiders also deserve props for ignoring their history and showing restraint.
Quarterback talent highlights potential second-round gems
Much of the drama in this year's draft could happen after the first round is completed, as Day 2 provides an abundance of skill-position players who still could be available.
Mock draft: Be ready for some surprises in first round
It happens every year. Players projected to be top-10 picks slip considerably down in Round 1 or later. Players not expected to be first-round picks slide in. This mock draft attempts to capture that spirit.
Three-round mock: Expect most interesting draft in years
When looking at how things might transpire in the first three rounds of the draft, one has to remember that the new format means there could be more deals, resulting in most interesting draft in years.
Physical toll too much for Seahawks DE Kerney, who says he'll retire
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Patrick Kerney announced Tuesday that he will retire after 11 seasons in the NFL.
NFC draft needs: Team-by-team look at what holes have to be filled
NFC teams own the top four picks in the draft. What direction should the Rams go with the No. 1 overall selection? How about the transitioning Redskins? Go inside the needs for every NFC squad.
Mock draft 4.0: If Clausen slips, Bills could take him at No. 9
What happens to Jimmy Clausen if the Redskins don't draft the Notre Dame QB with the fourth overall pick? With Seattle and Cleveland both making QB moves last week, he could fall right into the Bills' lap.
Rebuilding Rams begin long road back to being relevant again
Owning the No. 1 pick in the draft will make the Rams relevant for a couple months, but the team must choose wisely in order to improve one of the NFL's perennial losers.
Seahawks DE Kerney not retiring, is ready for 'a couple good' years
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Patrick Kerney said in a text message Tuesday night that "I've got a couple good ones left in me. ... Gonna be in sick shape."