- John Dorsey’s art of the draft (cleveland.com) - Three more days of brush strokes are complete, with another year for us to understand John Dorsey and the art of the draft. After three weeks of analyzing the 25 most crucial personnel decisions that built the Browns, that’s how I’ve come to understand Dorsey -- as an artist.
- Kitchens OK with Beckham’s camp absence (ESPN) - Freddie Kitchens got intensely defensive about the Cleveland Browns’ new offensive star. Odell Beckham Jr. isn’t in any trouble with his coach.
- Freddie Kitchens takes command amid Beckham uproar (ohio.com) - Freddie Kitchens apparently decided it was time to take control of a debate he feels is much ado about nothing.
- Giants pick puts a bow on Beckham trade (Browns Wire) - After Day 2 of the NFL Draft, we can finally see what the cost was to acquire Odell Beckham Jr. from the New York Giants.
- Rosen has to earn starting job in Miami (ESPN) - The Miami Dolphins are expecting a newly motivated Josh Rosen when he arrives to the team facilities, but he won’t find the starting quarterback job handed to him on a platter.
- NFL Draft grades for all 32 teams (PFF) - The 2019 NFL Draft is officially in the books. After a flurry of history-making picks and eye-raising selections from Thursday to Saturday, 254 players were selected to join one of the NFL’s 32 NFL teams. With that, we give you our full draft recap, with analysis on each team’s day and every selection made during the weekend.
- NFL Draft: Final quick-snap grades for all 32 teams (NFL.com) - Keep in mind that my quick-snap grades for the 2019 NFL Draft are not based on how I expect a player’s career to progress over the next four or five years -- no one knows what the future holds. These grades are, however, an evaluation of the process each team undertook to select the players they did, and whether each selection from this weekend is of appropriate value given the player’s performance in college and overall athleticism.