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The Titans Are Following the Patriot Way

What does a first-year GM do with a bounty of picks from trading out of No. 1? Tennesses’s Jon Robinson picked a bunch of big, strong players to build a team that will play physical football for the long haul. His model isn’t bad: His old team, New England
 

Super Bowl Champs Win the First Round of the Draft, Too

With surprises and gas masks distracting things on draft night, Denver quietly moved up in Round 1 and selected the heir to Peyton Manning. Here’s how patience helped John Elway pull it off. Plus 10 things I think, including Laremy Tunsil‘s free fall and the best players left for Round 2

Laremy Tunsil’s Nightmare to Remember

A surreal draft evening in Chicago saw the former presumptive No. 1 tumble out of the top 10 thanks to a bong-hit video from a hacked Twitter account—and that was just the start of the weirdness. The MMQB staff has the scene from Chicago, as well as other draft hotspots in an eventful first round

Should Your Team Pick a QB?

It‘s the most important position in football and the hottest commodity at every draft. So which general managers will select a quarterback this week in Chicago? Here's a look at the answer for all 32 NFL teams

Ten Thoughts on NFL Draft

A rundown of the latest news, notes and rumors flying around Chicago, including why Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch is flying up the board and when injured Notre Dame linebacker Jaylon Smith will get picked

The Sam Bradford Fiasco in Philadelphia

The Eagles moved up in the draft to presumably take a quarterback, leading Bradford to request a trade. It’s a bold move for a QB whose on-field numbers leave much to be desired. Plus, answering your mailbag questions about Tom Brady, Josh Norman and more

2016 NFL Draft Roundtable

Peter King, Jenny Vrentas and Gary Gramling kick off draft week with an expansive preview: On the possibility of more first-round trades, quarterbacks rising in value, the most confusing prospect and more

Gil Brandt: The Draft Guru Who’s Seen It All

Over six decades as a scout, personnel boss and analyst, the man who helped invent sophisticated player evaluation has watched the NFL’s annual talent roundup evolve from seat-of-the-pants to a year-round, made-for-TV (and internet) spectacle. One thing that hasn't changed: the qualities that make a prospect ready for the pros

A New Normal for the Draft

The NFL draft returns to Chicago this year, but the Windy City may not be its permanent home. More than half of the league’s cities have told the NFL they want to host the event—which will only keep getting bigger

Inside the Film Room With… Carson Wentz

Coming from North Dakota State, the assumption is that Wentz isn’t ready for the NFL. But a session in the film room shows the incredible amount of responsibility he had while running things for the reigning five-time FCS champions. And it reveals why he’s the most pro-ready QB to enter the NFL since Andrew Luck

Happy Feet and an Alter Ego

Alex Collins, one of the NFL’s top running back prospects, has found a unique edge to perfect his footwork: Irish dance. The MMQB high-stepped into his world of trebles, clicks, and diddly-toes

Two Views of the Brady Deflategate Ruling

The reinstatement of Tom Brady’s four-game Deflategate suspension affirms Goodell’s power, says Andrew Brandt, but hardly confirms the case against the Patriots QB, according to Peter King. Now, will Brady take the case further, and will the league relent on the degree of punishment?

Monday Morning Mock Draft

Three days before the draft begins in Chicago, here’s an educated guess at how Round 1 will unfold, complete with another Top 5 trade. Plus a peek inside the Eagles-Browns deal, the Josh Norman mess and more