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AP Darron Cummings

One-Handed NFL Draft Pick Lands Multiple Endorsement Deals

It’s not often that fifth-round draft picks are greeted with multiple, lucrative endorsement deals only days after getting drafted. Then again, the NFL has never seen a fifth-rounder quite like this before.

AP Max Becherer

NFL Draft Takes Most Early Talent from LSU, Bama

While college seniors prepare for graduation in the coming weeks, the following student-athletes chose to instead enter this week’s NFL draft before their senior year of college football. We took a look at the teams hurt the most by talented players leaving early.

Joe Mixon

Local Cincinnati TV Affiliate Urges Boycott in Response to Bengals Drafting Joe Mixon

So, it turns out selecting the most toxic player in the NFL Draft was not such a great idea. This realization might have already begun to crystalize in the upper reaches of the Bengals organization, since it appears their decision to draft woman-beating running back Joe Mixon has sparked a hometown media revolt.

Takkarist McKinley

Falcons Takkarist McKinley Calls FS1’s Clay Travis ‘The Devil’ for Twitter Comments About His Deceased Grandmother

Few will soon forget the stunning entrance and passionate speech of Falcons 1st round draft pick Takkarist McKinley, who made his way down the steps to meet the commissioner carrying a large portrait of his deceased grandmother and shouting her praises. McKinley then told all in attendance of how his grandmother had told him to continue his dream of playing in the NFL, and how getting drafted by an NFL team completed that journey.

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Air Force Players Thought They Would be Allowed to Enter NFL Draft, Find Out Otherwise

If the military wanted you to have a family, they would have issued you one. So goes the old saying, which seeks to describe how the military frowns upon any and all personal entanglements which may interfere with your commitment to the service. It’s a principle two Air Force Academy football players were reminded of this weekend.

Doug Whaley

Bills Fire GM Whaley, Scouting Staff 1 Day After Draft

Bills owner Terry Pegula completed an offseason front-office purge by firing Whaley, his general manager, and the team’s entire scouting staff on Sunday, a day after completing the NFL draft.

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Vikings Trade Up to Grab FSU RB Dalvin Cook

The Minnesota Vikings were eager enough to start drafting after sitting out the first round that they traded up seven spots for Florida State running back Dalvin Cook with the 41st pick.

Joe Mixon

Bengals Draft Oklahoma’s Troubled Mixon

Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon is headed to Cincinnati, which added to its reputation for taking chances on players with off-field problems.

Cleveland Browns Draft Room

Browns Trying to Trade Up for QB Trubisky

April 27 (UPI) — Texas A&M’s Myles Garrett is set to be the No. 1 pick in Thursday’s 2017 NFL Draft, but that doesn’t mean the Cleveland Browns wont draft a quarterback.

Anthony Cioffi

Draft Knight: Dark Horse Cioffi is NFL-Ready

Unless you are one of a mere handful of NFL teams, you probably need some serious secondary help. So, many franchises have major holes when it comes to defensive backs. The good news is that there’s a Jersey guy ready to don a pro jersey and contribute immediately. The bad news is that many squads will let Anthony Cioffi slip through their fingertips.

Joe Mixon

Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon Leaving for NFL

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Joe Mixon, the star Oklahoma running back who was suspended for the 2014 season after punching a woman in the face, will enter the NFL draft.

Former Georgia coach Richt set to become Miami Hurricanes' new leader, reports say

Mark Richt: ‘I Think it’s Sad’ to See Players Sit Out Bowl Games

Is it right for scholarship players to sit out of their team’s bowl game in order to stay healthy and focus on the upcoming NFL Draft? The decision not to participate by players such as LSU’s Leonard Fournette, Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey, and Baylor’s Shock Linwood have many asking this question.

Leonard Fournette

LSU’s Leonard Fournette to Enter NFL Draft

NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 5 (UPI) — Things didn’t “go as planned” for running back Leonard Fournette at LSU. Now Fournette should plan for a more posh lifestyle, after announcing Monday to declare for the 2017 NFL Draft. The junior was a preseason Heisman candidate, but has been slowed by a left ankle sprain. He is still projected to be a first-round selection.