LB Randell Jackson said he was surprised to learn the Bills drafted him in the seventh round.
A negative review of the Dolphins’ draft class.
No tight ends materialized for the Patriots in the draft.
Said Jets coach Rex Ryan at the end of the draft, “Did we get everybody we wanted? As far as you guys know, we did.”
The Ravens traded a 2015 sixth-round pick to move back into the seventh round for WR Michael Campanaro.
Texans coach Bill O’Brien doesn’t like talking about ceilings.
The Colts took a pair of linebackers who had off-field trouble on their way to the NFL.
The Broncos hope their draft class helps them win now and in the future.
The Raiders loaded up on defense on Saturday.
WR Tevin Reese was the final pick of the Chargers’ draft weekend.
The Cowboys hope quantity leads to quality on the defensive line.
Team captains appealed to the Giants in the draft.
G.M. Howie Roseman shares scouting reports on the new Eagles rookies.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden anticipates LB Trent Murphy playing a role in nickel packages.
Bears CB Kyle Fuller and his brothers have made the NFL a family business.
The Lions’ first three draft picks are either married or engaged.
Said Packers LB Carl Bradford of possibly moving from outside to inside linebacker, “I believe I’m a versatile player and I’m a smart player, so I’d understand it. I could play either outside or in the box, so I would enjoy that as well.”
Shoring up the secondary was Saturday’s plan for the Vikings.
Defensive backs were on order for the Panthers in the final rounds of the draft.
The Saints filled needs early and then took some shots later in the draft.
Buccaneers G Kadeem Edwards credits the Senior Bowl with helping him believe he can play in the NFL.
Cardinals DE Ed Stinson said a groin injury limited him during his final year at Alabama.
S Maurice Alexander worked at Edward Jones Dome as a janitor, but he’ll be returning as a member of the Rams.
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh believes the team can help LB Aaron Lynch find a better path than the one he was on in college.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the team looks for passion and perseverance in their draft picks.