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How the NFL Judges Character

In wake of Aaron Hernandez' story, a conversation with former Eagles president and Browns CEO Joe Banner on judging the character of draft picks, like Cleveland's second pick in the 2014 first round, Johnny Manziel

How the 2017 NFL Schedule Was Made

The slate wasn’t finalized until a computer in western Europe spit out option number 52,129, which accounted for marathons in Detroit and Chicago, turned Los Angeles into an odd focal point on New Year’s Eve and made teams playing overseas happy with their byes

Don’t Bring Any Disrespect at Jamal Adams

Even if you’re just trying to block him, the former LSU safety is going to take it the wrong way. We learned that by watching game film with the likely top-five pick who grew up in football’s fast lane

Aaron Hernandez: A Waste in Every Sense

Spare no sympathy for Aaron Hernandez, who was blessed with rare ability and promise but left a swath of ruined lives, from his victims and their families to his now-fatherless daughter—and of course, himself

Every NFL Team’s Biggest Draft Need

With help from The College Column’s Emily Kaplan, we identify what each team needs most (aside from quarterbacks), and which prospects fit the bill

Pat Mahomes Has a Little Brett Favre in Him

The next Favre? There are similarities between ol’ No. 4 and the rising draft prospect from Texas Tech, including a coach who has spent time with both players. Plus reader mail on Blandino, Trubisky and more

Inside the Film Room With… Solomon Thomas

He looks like Russell Wilson (just a little big bigger), and might ultimately play the same unique role as another Seahawks star: Michael Bennett. But one thing is clear from his performance against North Carolina in the Sun Bowl: Thomas is dominant enough to warrant a top-five pick

Corey Davis Has Become the Draft’s Mystery Man

The Western Michigan wideout had been on a trajectory to be a high first-round pick, but an injury-filled draft season (including an absence of a 40 time) will test teams interested in him. Plus, notes on two fast-rising corners, the potential of trade ups into the top 10, and a look at the 2018 draft’s headliners

On Dan, Dean and the Draft

Roger Goodell remembers Dan Rooney, the late Steelers owner and an NFL treasure. Plus a closer look at the Dean Blandino mess in the NFL office and 10 draft tidbits, including how the Browns could pick 1 and 2

Dean Blandino Leaves. Who Wants to Step Into the Fire?

Agree with him or not, the NFL officiating czar, reportedly headed to TV, was front and center in one of the league’s most high-pressure, high-visibility positions. The toughest job for Dean Blandino’s replacement will be to handle the heat from all sides