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11:21 PM - Monday, April 27, 2015
11 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Brad Gagnon
Sometimes, it's best to think of the NFL as a different planet—one on which time moves faster. So when I hear Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan defend his decision to pick up a fifth-year, $16.2 million option on unreliable q . . .
6 hour ago - ESPN NFL Nation Blog
Why Todd Gurley was NFL Nation mock draft pick for Detroit Lions
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6 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Travis Wakeman
There are always trades in the NFL draft. It's just part of the process. The teams who manage the board the best are able to move up to get the player they really want or move down to package picks. The Denver Broncos have 10 picks in the upco . . .
6 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Kristopher Knox
Trades are part of every NFL draft, and since the implementation of the rookie wage scale as part of the collective bargaining agreement in 2011, it seems that teams are even more willing to pull the trigger on them.  For the defending NFC cha . . .
7 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Gary Davenport
Some young men just refuse to get out of their own way. Despite their potential status as first round picks in the NFL draft (and the millions of dollars on the line) far too often we see young players sabotage their draft stock weeks (or even . . .
7 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Ryan Mccrystal
The Cleveland Browns are likely to be an active participant the 2015 NFL draft and could make multiple trades before the first day is even complete.  A season ago, general manager Ray Farmer showed a willingness to move around, as he made thre . . .
9 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Scott Polacek
NFL teams holding on to their own picks during the NFL draft is just plain boring. If the draft is the entree of the NFL offseason, trading is the spicy ingredient that gives it some kick. There are bound to be draft-pick swaps this year, espe . . .
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