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Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Cardinals

With Arizona’s left tackle issues fixed for the next five years, it’s time to plug the Cardinals’ next biggest hole: the secondary. In his Mock Draft 3.0, ESPN NFL draft Insider Mel Kiper Jr. predicted the Cardinals will select Darqueze...Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Jaguars

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr.'s prediction in his third mock draft that the Jacksonville Jaguars will take defensive end Jadeveon Clowney with the No. 3 overall pick in the upcoming draft is not surprising. He made the same forecast in his first two mock drafts. Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Buccaneers

Mel Kiper Jr.’s latest mock draft is out and he has the Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins. I like the pick and I think the chances of it happening are better than they were a few days ago. The Bucs added defensive end Michael Johnson and cornerback Alterraun Verner in free agency, so they have narrowed their needs. Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Giants

Now, this is more like it. After assigning the New York Giants an inside linebacker at the No. 12 overall pick in his first two mock drafts of 2014, ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has altered his most recent mock and now has the Giants...Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Lions

The Lions might have signed Golden Tate and Kevin Ogletree already this week, but that hasn't stopped Mel Kiper Jr. from predicting Detroit will go wide receiver again in the first round of May's NFL draft. Kiper is tabbing Texas A&M receiver Mike Evans with the No. Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Browns

ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr.'s mock draft 3.0 again goes quarterback-receiver for the Cleveland Browns, but the quarterback he has the Browns picking fourth overall is intriguing. According to Kiper's most recent mock, all threeShow More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Dolphins

This week is all about free agency. But it’s never a bad idea to mix in the NFL draft with ESPN expert Mel Kiper Jr. Kiper released his third mock draft Thursday, and he is holding firm that the Miami Dolphins will address their much-maligned offensive line. Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Saints

ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper switched his pick for the New Orleans Saints in his Mock Draft 3.0, giving them Auburn pass-rusher Dee Ford, a defensive end in college who projects as a 3-4 outside linebacker in the NFL. Kiper is thinking like the Saints by plugging in his best available prospect at No. Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Ravens

In his latest mock draft, ESPN's Mel Kiper has the Baltimore Ravens taking a wide receiver. The position isn't a surprise, but the name might be. Kiper has Oregon State's Brandin Cooks going to the Ravens at No. 17. Overlooked because...Show More Summary

Analyzing Kiper 3.0: Packers

A month ago, it looked like there was little to no chance the Green Bay Packers would have a shot at Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley at No. 21 in the first round of the draft. In fact, in his Mock Draft 2.0, Mel Kiper Jr. predicted Mosley would go to the New York Giants at No. Show More Summary

Kiper's Mock 3.0: 49ers

We interrupt free agency with a draft diversion Thursday as ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr.'s third mock draft for the first round of the May draft is revealed. Kipper has given the San Francisco 49ers an LSU receiver with the 30th picking each of his first two mock-draft efforts. He gave Odell Beckham Jr. Show More Summary

Kiper's Mock 3.0: Seahawks

In his first two mock drafts of 2014, ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. had the Seattle Seahawks selecting Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson with their first-round pick, knowing Seattle might lose Golden Tate in free agency. Kiper was right. Show More Summary

Kiper's Mock 3.0: Broncos

With plenty of question marks on the defensive depth chart, ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has had a decidedly defensive look for the Denver Broncos as he went through his first two mock drafts this year. In the first, done in mid-January, Kiper had the Broncos using the No. Show More Summary

Kiper's Mock 3.0: Cardinals

Until free agency, everyone knew what the Arizona Cardinals needed first and foremost in May’s NFL draft, so it made sense that ESPN NFL draft Insider Mel Kiper Jr. predicted them drafting offensive tackles in his first two mock drafts. In...Show More Summary

5 Players the 49ers Should Take in the 2014 NFL Draft

When Mel Kiper Jr. is cranking out one NFL mock draft after another, you know that the big day must be coming soon. With the NFL draft almost two months away, teams like the San Francisco 49ers will soon know which players will become the pieces of their future. The 49ers have some decisions to make come May 8. Show More Summary

Johnny Manziel Signs Multiple Year Endorsement With Nike

It appears as if someone is all in on Johnny Manziel. The former Texas A&M Quarterback has been getting rave reviews for his college work while some scouts are not high on his pro chances. Meanwhile some such as Mel Kiper think he is worthy of a top five spot in the NFL Draft, if... Show More Summary

Mike Evans climbs Kiper's 'Big Board'

PITTSBURGH -- Few players helped themselves more at the NFL scouting combine than Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans. That widely shared opinion is reflected in ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr.’s post-combine list of the top 25 players in the draft, and it is not necessarily a good thing for the Steelers. Evans shot up Kiper’s “Big Board,” moving from No. Show More Summary

Kiper's latest Big Board: Burners rise

ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. posted his latest "Big Board," tweaking his top 25 based on the scouting combine. Interestingly, the most notable risers are skill-position players that figure to be on the New York Jets' radar with the 18th pick -- Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans (No. Show More Summary

Colbert: NT still critical in Steelers' defense

PITTSBURGH -- Louis Nix III, the top nose tackle prospect in the draft, has been linked to the Steelers as much as any player in the mock drafts that have already proliferated. ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay have done two mockShow More Summary

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Safest Plays for Every 1st-Round Team

Believe it or not, NFL teams do more mock drafts than even Mel Kiper Jr. could dream up on the path to the draft. The process serves as a way to figure out how the board will fall, which in turn will give a team an idea as to which prospects will be around when it comes time to pick. Show More Summary

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