Picking the worst selections since 2001 might be the easy part.
It's incredible that agencies don't take care of this ahead of time.
Could the Cleveland Browns really take Baker Mayfield with the No. 1 overall pick?
The detail to the photo recreation is amazing.
Are the Browns messing with the Jets? If so, will the Jets bite?
Michigan State's 77-year streak is in serious jeopardy
"I could care less about who they pick nor do I pay any attention as to what picks they have or don’t have. I have a life."
Even know why, you'll see this is a bit of a stretch.
Go outside, man! Fire up the grill. Take a hike. Visit the beach.
One year later, taking a look at how the 2017 NFL Draft may go if we did it all over again.
Three potential offensive centerpieces and a top-three cornerback are within reach.
Corey Davis, Mike Williams and John Ross were top 10 selections last year, yet neither of them had a breakout season.
Each of these players could be stars, yet have a "but" attached to them as well.
Jim Mora is here to talk about the kids.
"I'm going to my agent and I'm saying "Figure out a way for me not to go to Cleveland.""
Josh Rosen's college coach of the last three years thinks the Browns should draft USC quarterback Sam Darnold No. 1 overall.
There’s a ton of unnecessary hype surrounding him heading into the 2018 NFL Draft.
Cleveland probably won't risk waiting until No. 4 to draft a quarterback.
At least two of the top four QBs in the draft should be available for the Jets.
Don't kid yourself: The Browns will still draft a quarterback in the top 10.
Saquon Barkley has created a dilemma for the Cleveland Browns.