The Bills said they were satisfied that drafting RB Karlos Williams and CB Ronald Darby isn’t an undue character risk.
RB Jay Ajayi is eager to impress his coaches with the Dolphins.
Versatility is a trait shared by the Patriots’ third day picks.
The Jets are talking about QB Bryce Petty as a long-range prospect.
Nick Boyle became the second tight end drafted by the Ravens this year when they nabbed him in the fifth round.
CB Josh Shaw’s twisty road to the NFL has led him to the Bengals.
The Browns took their first wide receiver since 2012 when they drafted Vince Mayle in the fourth round.
TE Jesse James gets to play for his hometown Steelers.
The Texans didn’t have to go far to find Rice DL Christian Covington in the sixth round.
Colts S Clayton Geathers has plenty of family members with NFL experience.
A rave review for what the Jaguars did over the three days of the draft.
David Climer of the Tennessean tackles what picking Marcus Mariota means for the Titans brain trust.
The Broncos added two new pieces to their offensive line.
Areas of need were addressed by the Chiefs over the last three days.
Trades increased the number of shots the Raiders got to take in the draft.
Kevin Acee of U-T San Diego thinks the Chargers had a “perfectly appropriate” draft.
Cowboys WR Dez Bryant isn’t taking part in workouts with the team, but stopped by the team’s headquarters to meet CB Byron Jones.
The Giants like the toughness displayed by members of their draft class.
Eric Rowe is the latest tall cornerback for the Eagles.
Said Redskins coach Jay Gruden of second-round LB Preston Smith, “He’s baby-faced but he’s got a big, long body. He’s what we thought. We got a chance to meet him also. Great kid, smart, picks up the game effortlessly, and he’s an exciting prospect.”
The Bears drafted players at several positions they also tried to address in 2014.
Riley Reiff will continue to play left tackle for the Lions.
Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com wasn’t too fond of the Packers’ draft.
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer got some defensive help in the draft.
The Falcons are trying to help new DT Grady Jarrett recover from a fire at his house.
Panthers General Manager Dave Gettleman made moves to draft the players he wanted.
Wide receiver wasn’t an area the Saints addressed in the draft.
Buccaneers General Manager Jason Licht added a fellow Cornhusker to the roster on Saturday when he drafted WR Kenny Bell.
The selection of TE Gerald Christian to end the draft meant the Cardinals wrapped up three days without adding an inside linebacker or cornerback.
Going back and forth over the Rams’ selection of RB Todd Gurley.
Offense was the main focus of Day Three for the 49ers.
A review of the Seahawks’ predictable unpredictability in the draft.