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The NFL Draft is over and now we know where the top college players will be playing next season.
The aftermath of the Cardinals’ decision to draft Kyler Murray and trade Josh Rosen has looked ugly for the team and great for Rosen
While the Cardinals' handling of trading Josh Rosen appeared sloppy, Rosen himself dealt with the trade graciously and earned praise from the NFL world.
The much-hyped wide receiver the Seahawks drafted came to his first meeting with the team without a shirt — so Pete Carroll took his shirt off, ...
DK Metcalf gained pre-draft hype for his muscular body, so Pete Carroll decided to match him at their pre-draft meeting.
LeBron James’ media company is partnering with No. 1 NFL draft pick Kyler Murray to make video, including a feature documentary
The Arizona Cardinals quarterback will develop content with Uninterrupted, as part of a two-year partnership.
11 winners and losers of the first round of the 2019 NFL draft
The NFL world mocked the Giants after the controversial decision to use the6th pick in the draft on Duke QB Daniel Jones
Some in the NFL world considered Daniel Jones the best passer in the draft. Others reportedly didn't even have him in their top five.
Nick Bosa’s social-media posts and support for Trump have drawn scrutiny in the buildup to the NFL draft
Nick Bosa has tweeted support for President Donald Trump and liked right-wing social-media posts, leading to some criticism in the NFL world.
The Arizona Cardinals drafted Kyler Murray with the top pick in the NFL draft and now they have to figure out what to do with Josh Rosen
Kyler Murray will be the face of the Arizona Cardinals for years to come.
The Cardinals, Raiders, and Redskins could be the key teams in the NFL draft, in part, because nobody knows exactly what their plans are.
Bill Belichick’s draft philosophy is quite simple and it shows that most teams probably overthink the process
A lot of the Patriots' draft success can be attributed to consistently nailing their picks and yet most teams probably overthink the process.