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Daily Fantasy Basketball 2015: Best NBA DFS DraftKings Lineup for May 3rd

The second round is set. Only eight teams are left vying for a place in NBA lore. Today, we have two top seeds trying to hold court against two No. 5 seeds. If it wasn't for Mike Conley's broken face, four of the league's 10 best point guards would be on display today. I guess we'll have to settle for three. Show More Summary

NBA Playoffs 2015: Top Storylines Heading into Round 2

Round 2 of the 2015 NBA Playoffs tips off Sunday with the Washington Wizards at the Atlanta Hawks followed by the Memphis Grizzlies at the Golden State Warriors. Though this is the round when the true title contenders will separate themselves...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft Picks: Full List of Results and Grades Following Rounds 4-7

Most of the talk heading into the draft surrounded the top prospects and the possibility of trades or bold moves, but the first round lasts for a few hours and just 32 picks. Meanwhile, there are six rounds to follow, and a huge portion...Show More Summary

Dezmin Lewis to Buffalo: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

Dezmin Lewis steadily stayed in Mel Kiper's best available players list following the fourth round, entering at the ninth spot before eventually making it into the top five. Shocked that he was still available, I quickly checked forShow More Summary

2016 NFL Mock Draft: Predictions for Next Year's Top Prospects

The 2015 NFL draft might not have reached its finale yet, but that doesn ’t mean it isn ’t time to look to the future to see what next year’s class is going to look like in the first round. With so many question marks for teams selecting...Show More Summary

Falcons trade up with Vikings, select Clemson DT Grady Jarrett

At the top of Round Five, the Falcons struck for one of the top defensive tackles still on the board, trading up with Minnesota to select Clemson’s Grady Jarrett at No. 137. In exchange, the Vikings received a fifth-round pick (No. 146) and a sixth-round choice (No. 185). Jarrett (6-1, 304) notched 73 tackles and…

NFL Draft 2015: Rounds 1-3 Results, Grades and Top Steals

The 2015 NFL draft trucked along on Friday night, giving every franchise new blood and 99 prospects lucrative employment. Round 1 is where teams locate future cornerstones, but the later rounds offer chances to uncover hidden gems. As...Show More Summary

2015 NFL Draft Results: Grades for Rounds 1-3 and Analysis of Top Prospects

Patience may be a virtue, but the NFL draft is all about knee-jerk reactions. While it will technically take a few seasons for the 2015 draft class to find its footing at the NFL level, it is easy to get caught up in the moment in a long, football-less offseason. Show More Summary

Tevin Coleman to Atlanta Falcons: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The Atlanta Falcons just drafted their franchise running back with the selection of Tevin Coleman at the top of the third round. Coleman is a great fit for the Falcons' new scheme under offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. He's a true...Show More Summary

Emphasis in N.F.L. Draft Is on Passing Game and Defending It

In the second and third round, teams snapped up receivers and defensive backs, and they also chose many players from the top conferences.

Mitch Morse to Kansas City Chiefs: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

The Kansas City Chiefs changed up their draft strategy a bit when the team selected former Missouri offensive lineman Mitch Morse in the second round (49th overall). The Chiefs went after the top guy on their draft board when they drafted Washington cornerback Marcus Peters. Show More Summary

Maxx Williams NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Ravens' Round 2 Pick

STRENGTHS A redshirt sophomore with an NFL pedigree (his dad Brian played for the Giants, his grandfather for the Bears), Maxx Williams is the clear-cut top tight end in this class. He’s a plus-level athlete in terms of speed, strength and agility and displays the total skill set to get open and produce in the NFL. Show More Summary

Eric Rowe NFL Draft 2015: Scouting Report, Grade for Eagles' Round 2 Pick

STRENGTHS Eric Rowe dominated the NFL Scouting Combine testing—finishing in the top 10 in every category—and has the height, body and length NFL scouts crave. He's a press cornerback and a willing, physical tackler. He lined up exclusively at left cornerback and can play square to the receiver at the line. Show More Summary

UCLA linebacker Eric Kendricks drafted by Vikings in second round

Eric Kendricks, one of the top linebackers to come out of UCLA, was drafted Friday by the Minnesota Vikings in the second round of the NFL draft.

NFL Draft picks 2015: Jordan Phillips taken by Dolphins at No. 52

The Miami Dolphins took Jordan Phillips in the second round of the NFL Draft. With the No. 52 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins selected defensive tackle Jordan Phillips of Oklahoma. Phillips was one of the top prospects...Show More Summary

Randy Gregory: I have problems, issues I’m taking care of

Nebraska pass rusher Randy Gregory, once viewed as a Top 10 talent whose draft stock has plummeted, acknowledged as he went undrafted into the middle of the second round that he has personal trouble he’s working through. “Obviously I wanted to be drafted early. That’s the main goal. I honestly think I’m elite. But I…

Eagles finally trade up, take Eric Rowe at No. 47

Chip Kelly wasn’t able to get the Buccaneers or Titans to bite on a trade at the top of the first round, but he found more success with the Dolphins on the second day of the draft. Philly moved up from the 52nd overall pick to Miami’s 47th pick and used the selection to add…

Report: Randy Gregory missed at least three meetings with teams

On Thursday, a report emerged that Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory would be taken in the top 10 of the first round.  He wasn’t. The top 10 picks of the second round have been made, and Gregory still hasn’t been picked. So what’s going on?  ESPN’s Adam Schefter, who said last night that Gregory may…

NFL Draft picks 2015: Mario Edwards Jr. goes to Raiders at No. 35

Mario Edwards Jr. goes to the Raiders at the top end of the second round. Florida State University defensive lineman Mario Edwards, Jr. is set to join the Oakland Raiders after being taken with the No. 35 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Show More Summary

Jets top pick Leonard Williams has a goal: Getting his first driver's license

Defensive end Leonard Williams won't just be getting a playbook from the New York Jets over the next couple of days. He also will be getting a driver's manual in the not too distant future. The sixth player taken in the first round of the NFL draft, Williams is many things. Show More Summary

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