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Draft risers: J.J. McCarthy among seven prospects who improved stock
McCarthy, Patrick Paul and Ben Sinnott are among the draft prospects whose stock has risen most over the past year.[read more]

UFL Week 3 picks: Time to back the Battlehawks?
Daniel Dopp and Matt Willis discuss the top storylines of Week 3 of the UFL season and give their favorite bets.[read more]

Could trade packages intrigue the Patriots at No. 3? Why they'd likely want 'a bag' in return
Would the Patriots be willing to trade down for the right package? Plus, notes on Michigan QB J.J. McCarthy and New England's top defenders.[read more]

Vikings have 'great plan' to draft a QB, but won't force a trade to get one
Vikings GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah is in position to trade up for a QB, but he plans to be prudent.[read more]

Did Sam Hartman's extra college year help his future? Hartman thinks so
Hartman opted out of the 2023 draft, benefiting from NIL and playing in a pro-style offense. Was it the right move?[read more]

Affidavit: KC's Rice drove 119 mph before crash
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice was driving 119 mph before causing a six-vehicle crash last month on a Dallas highway, according to an arrest warrant affidavit obtained by the Dallas Morning News.[read more]

Three QBs slated to attend NFL draft in Detroit
Expected No. 1 pick Caleb Williams, 2023 Heisman winner Jayden Daniels and UNC's Drake Maye are the three quarterbacks scheduled to attend the NFL draft in Detroit.[read more]

Brady 'not opposed' to a late-season NFL return
Tom Brady said on the "Deep Cut" podcast that he's "not opposed" to making a comeback if a team suffers an injury to its quarterback and reaches out to him.[read more]

Luck: Colts career not perfect, still 'feel the love'
Former Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who stunned fans with his retirement in 2019, acknowledged a complicated tenure with the team but said he came away with mostly fond memories.[read more]

ASU adds ex-Steelers great Ward as WR coach
Former Steelers great and Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward is joining Arizona State's staff as wide receivers coach.[read more]