The Dolphins spent most of Sunday drafting former Florida Gators.
The Patriots liked what they saw from the Rutgers football program last year.
After tearing his ACL in the BCS title game, Ravens DE Kapron Lewis-Moore isn’t expected to help much on the field this season.
The Bengals are happy that they added size during the draft.
Joe Starkey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review points out that the key to a better year for the Steelers isn’t the play of the rookies.
The members of the Colts draft class come with an interesting mix of personal stories.
The Jaguars added a little juice to the return game on Saturday.
DE Mike Catapano became the first Princeton player drafted in 12 years when he went to the Chiefs.
Taking DT Stacy McGee broke with the Raiders recent trend of avoiding players with character red flags.
Tom Telesco’s first draft as Chargers G.M. went “as smooth as it could.”
Said Giants G.M. Jerry Reese of QB Ryan Nassib, “Maybe he’ll never play here. We hope Eli plays for a long, long time and maybe this young man will never play but if he has to play, we think he has a good skill set to help us win football games.”
The Eagles are looking for “repetitive accuracy” from their quarterbacks.
The Redskins attacked a need area by drafting two safeties on the final day.
Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press thinks the Lions got bigger, but isn’t sure they got better.
Two new tackles means more competition for the Packers.
Vikings G Travis Bond lost a ton of weight over the course of his college career.
DE Rufus Johnson caught the Saints’ eye at the Texas vs. the Nation college all-star game.
The Buccaneers will play Stephen Means at defensive end and they hope he can pressure quarterbacks.
No quarterbacks were added to the Cardinals mix in the draft.
Of the 59 players currently on the Rams roster, 44 are 25 years old or younger.