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Missouri junior QB James Franklin will miss the remainder of Saturday's game against Vanderbilt with a left knee sprain.

Franklin sustained the injury in the first half when he was 5-of-9 for 56 yards. Corbin Berkstresser replaced Franklin in the starting lineup.
Sat, Oct 6, 2012 09:20:00 PM

NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport reports that the Cowboys tried to trade back into the first round to draft Memphis QB Paxton Lynch.

The Cowboys were unable to complete the trade, however. The Broncos ultimately swapped picks with the Seahawks to draft Lynch. While Dallas might not have consummated the deal for the Memphis gunslinger, they are clearly in the market for a quarterback and could target an arm like Penn State's Christian Hackenberg or Michigan State's Connor Cook on Day 2.
Apr 29 - 11:13 AM

ESPN's Ed Were reports from one medical source in the NFL who said UCLA LB Myles Jack's knee is "more troubling in some ways" than Notre Dame LB Jaylon Smith's.

Apparently this medical professional believes Smith's knee will heal with time, while Jack's will get worse with time. The Myles Jack story line really is incredible, as on the field he is practically a unanimous top 10 selection. Jack could be selected in the second round, but no one knows at this moment.
Apr 29 - 10:43 AM

Draft insider Tony Pauline passes along word that Wisconsin QB Joel Stave could be a third round pick.

Stave is terrible, so this is amazing. Pauline notes he has heard of late third round grades since the East West Shrine Game. Many teams hope to drafted third round grades in the fourth or fifth round, so keep that in mind. Stave is a "tools" prospect who has a very, very long way to go.
Apr 29 - 10:07 AM

Panthers GM Dave Gettleman told the media seven teams called the Panthers about possibly trading into pick No. 30.

We are a bit surprised the Panthers did not bite on an offer, as they only have six picks in the draft. However, Vernon Butler's grade was just too high to pass up on. The Panthers were in a similar position last year and decided to trade up in round two for a receiver. That could be the case again on Friday.
Apr 29 - 9:56 AM

Raven beat writer Jeff Zrebiec reports the team attempted to trade up to the No. 4 with the Cowboys to select FSU DB Jalen Ramsey.

Jerry Jones said the Ravens were attempting to move up for Elliott, but we think the Ramsey report makes more sense. Ramsey was expected to be picked at either No. 4 or No. 5, and the Ravens new this. There is not a Jalen Ramsey clone for the Ravens to target on the second day of the draft. He is a unique player.
Apr 29 - 9:34 AM

Cardinals selected Ole Miss DL Robert Nkemdiche with the No. 29 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

Nkemdiche (6'4/294) went to Ole Miss as the nation's No. 1 overall high school recruit, but managed only 6.5 career sacks in 34 starts. He was arrested for marijuana possession after drunkenly falling out of a hotel window last December. Nkemdiche was also accused of assault by a fellow student in 2014. An explosive athlete with plus arm length (33 7/8") and strength (28 bench-press reps), Nkemdiche looks like a potentially dominant interior pass rusher. His shortage of college production, suspect off-field decision making, and whispers of poor work ethic render him a classic boom-bust prospect.
Apr 28 - 11:37 PM

Broncos selected Memphis QB Paxton Lynch with the No. 26 overall pick of the 2016 draft.

Lynch (6'7/244) started three years at Memphis, finishing his career with a 63.0 completion percentage, 7.36 YPA, 59:23 TD:INT ratio and 17 rushing scores. Lynch has huge hands (10 1/4") and high-level quarterback athleticism, running 4.86 with a 36-inch vertical. Big, mobile and over a year younger than Carson Wentz, Lynch's drawbacks consist of up-and-down ball placement resulting from technical flaws as a pocket passer and frustrating game-to-game consistency. Lynch has drawn some comparisons to Blake Bortles, and would benefit from a year on the bench, though he'll undoubtedly make rookie starts behind Mark Sanchez.
Apr 28 - 11:13 PM

Vikings selected Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell with the No. 23 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

Treadwell (6'2/221) needed only three years at Ole Miss to set a school record for receptions (202), parlaying them into 2,393 yards (11.8 YPR) and 21 career TDs. He was a first-team All-SEC pick as a 2015 junior. Treadwell won't turn 21 until a month and a half after the draft and offers room for growth despite unimpressive workout metrics, running 4.64 with a 33 1/2-inch vertical. Rather than speed and athleticism, Treadwell wins with length, body control, ball skills, and physicality after the catch. An ultra-competitive player, Treadwell will be a playmaking possession receiver in the NFL.
Apr 28 - 10:51 PM

Dolphins selected Ole Miss LT Laremy Tunsil with the No. 13 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

Tunsil (6'5/310) made 26 starts in three years at left tackle for Ole Miss, allowing zero sacks and five QB hurries in six games as a 2015 junior. He missed seven games last season due to a suspension for receiving improper benefits. Strong (34 bench-press reps) with 34 1/4" arms and blessed with elite left-tackle feet, Tunsil is ready to protect quarterbacks in the NFL and offers traits to develop into a high-level run blocker. Although he doesn't address an immediate need in Miami, Tunsil became a potentially great value from a talent standpoint when he slipped in the draft due to a social media mishap.
Apr 28 - 9:50 PM

Buccaneers selected Florida CB Vernon Hargreaves with the No. 11 overall pick in the 2016 draft

Hargreaves (5'11/204) started 37 games in three seasons for the Gators, piling up 10 career interceptions and first-team All-SEC honors in his sophomore and junior years. Supremely young for a rookie, Hargreaves won't be of legal drinking age until June. Although Hargreaves ran a slightly underwhelming 4.50 forty in Indy, he showed explosion in the vertical (39") and broad (10'10") jumps before shining in agility tests. Possessing an elite combination of quicks, competitiveness, and ball skills, Hargreaves offers No. 1-cornerback potential.
Apr 28 - 9:38 PM

Jaguars selected Florida State CB Jalen Ramsey with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

Ramsey (6'1/209) made 41 starts in three years at FSU, logging 15.5 career tackles for loss, 26 pass breakups, and three INTs. He earned second-team All-America in 2015, yielding just a 38.5% completion rate on throws into his coverage. Ramsey doubles as a track and field star and predictably blew up the Combine, running 4.41 with a 41 1/2-inch vertical and 11-foot-3 broad jump. Ramsey wasn't a dominant ballhawk in the ACC, but he offers an ideal blend of size, athleticism, and cover skills to become a high-end NFL starter at outside corner or free safety.
Apr 28 - 8:56 PM




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