According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Vikings have said "publicly and privately" that Adrian Peterson "plays for them or no one."
Citing six "high-level NFL sources," Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports the Cowboys and Cardinals are not willing to pay the price the Vikings have demanded to trade Adrian Peterson.
Yahoo's Rand Getlin reports "multiple teams" have reached out to the Bucs to gauge interest in trading for the No. 1 overall pick.
ESPN Vikings reporter Ben Goessling doesn't believe Adrian Peterson's beef with the franchise concerns money.
NFL Network's Mike Mayock called Arizona State's Demarious Randall "the best cover safety in this draft."
"Multiple sources" tell the Miami Herald that the Dolphins "covet" Georgia RB Todd Gurley, and "would love" for Gurley to fall to them at No. 14.
Bears DE Ray McDonald will not face punishment for a domestic violence incident that occurred last August.
The NFL was unable to find video of an incident involving Dez Bryant in a Wal-Mart parking lot.
The Lions sent RBs coach Curtis Modkins to Indiana RB Tevin Coleman's personal Pro Day on April 15.
"Several Giants sources" insist the team will give "strong consideration" to drafting a wide receiver if the right one falls to No. 9 overall.
Eli Manning called his contract situation "not something I’m going to argue about or make a fuss about."
ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss believes USC WR Nelson Agholor "could be enticing" to the Patriots if he lasts until the No. 32 overall pick.
ESPN's Mark Dominik is "certain" Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota will go 1-2 in this week's NFL draft.
Marcus Mariota "took fewer than 10 snaps under center" during his three years at Oregon.
According to the Tampa Tribune, the Buccaneers have met or spoken with "upwards of 75 people" with ties to Florida State QB Jameis Winston throughout the draft process.