2018 NFL DRAFT EXPERTS ANALYZE THE TEAMS WINS AND LOSSES

The Patriots traded out of the fourth round, getting the Lions’ third-round pick in 2019. That’s six trades New England has made, drafting only three players thus far. The Patriots took Georgia tackle Isaiah Wynn and Georgia running back Sony Michel in the first round and Florida cornerback Duke Dawson in the second. By Charean Williams, ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

Pete Prisco analyzed each pick from Round 3 of the 2018 NFL Draft, grading each team on its draft-night selections. Refresh this page during the round for the latest grades.
Can’t keep track of all the trades in the 2018 NFL Draft? Don’t worry, we got you. Day 2 of the draft brought more drama with big trades, from the Eagles trading right ahead of the rival Cowboys to snag a TE on the day that Jason Witten reportedly decided to retire to the Steelers trading up to get Mason Rudolph, the possible successor to Big Ben. By 
Shaquem Griffin will be playing with his twin brother Shaquill in the NFL with the Seattle SeahawksThe Seahawks selected Griffin in the fifth round of the NFL draft Saturday with the 141st overall pick. He told ESPN that he was speechless when he was called by the Seahawks. By ESPN

Day 2 of the NFL draft is always fun. That’s where teams get value. There are going to be Pro Bowlers — maybe not in 2018 — who were taken in the second and third rounds of this year’s draft. They might not be skill-position players, but they’re going to be solid. By Mel Kiper Jr., Football analyst

With Rounds 2 and 3 of the 2017 NFL draft in the books, let’s run through some of the best picks of the night, the biggest surprises, my favorite team/player fits and the team that stole the show. Todd McShay, ESPN Senior Writer

Breaking down the Washington Redskins‘ 2018 draft class. By John Keim, ESPN Staff Writer

Look, the Eagles have one of the league’s strongest rosters, and they will deservedly be picked by some to repeat as Super Bowl champs. But history tells us quite clearly that it’s really tough to do it. The last team to repeat was the Patriots, and that was 14 years ago. By Dan Graziano, ESPN Staff Writer

Hurst is considered a first-round talent, but a heart issue has kept him waiting, while Griffin may be the story of this draft for whichever team picks up the unique UCF linebacker. By JENNY VRENTAS

The Bills moved up to No. 7 for Josh Allen, despite an unexpected wrinkle early in the day. The Cardinals came up to get Josh Rosen, who nearly slipped out of the top 10. The GMs for both teams discuss the deals. By PETER KING

The dynamic former Heisman winner saw 31 other players taken ahead of him—cheering each one—but didn’t have to wait until Friday, as the Ravens tabbed the Louisville QB with the final pick of the first round. Joe Flacco’s replacement? Time will tell. Plus notes on Bradley Chubb and the Broncos, the Martavis Bryant trade and more from a raucous first night of the 2018 draft. By ROBERT KLEMKO

The NFL Draft isn’t just an NFL event. It’s a football event! College teams and coaches go out of their way to brag about how many pros they’re producing, all in the name of recruiting future potential pros. Fans use it as a measuring stick in all sorts of arguments. With that in mind, here are the 2018 NFL Draft’s raw college results (or, if you’re looking for full player-by-player picks, those are over here). We’ll have some cooler versions of these numbers to follow later. By 

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