Joe Flacco's agent Joe Linta joins NFL Live to discuss why the Super Bowl MVP should be one of the highest-paid players in the NFL and the current state of contract negotiations with Baltimore.
The Philadelphia Eagles exercised their fifth-year option on Fletcher Cox, meaning the defensive end will remain under contract through 2016.
Defensive lineman offers talent, depth at a position of need for team.
The Rams have bought themselves a little more time to sign Michael Brockers to a long-term contract extension before he would hit free agency.
ESPN NFL Nation reporter Pat Yasinskas picked Jameis Winston No. 1 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL Nation mock draft.
If the NFL draft breaks the way it did on Monday's NFL Nation mock draft, then the Green Bay Packers probably won't be able to address their top need.
If you missed the ESPN NFL Nation mock draft show earlier Monday, the Detroit Lions' selection at No. 23 was an interesting one.
Mike Rodak identifies three players the Bills would've likely considered Thursday night if they hadn't traded away their first-round pick.
Nick Wagoner chose Stanford offensive tackle Andrus Peat for the St. Louis Rams with the No. 10 pick in the NFL Nation mock draft.
ESPN's NFL Nation mock draft was a good example of why you can't get caught up in projecting draft picks based solely on positional needs.
The Redskins weighed the risks and decided to pick up RG III's fifth-year option, giving them control of the quarterback through the 2016 season.
GM David Caldwell said his team needs playmakers and difference-makers, and outside of the QBs there isn't a better one than Leonard Williams.
Taking a cornerback makes the most sense for the Chiefs, which is why Wake Forest's Kevin Johnson could be the pick in the first round.
Our ESPN NFL Nation reporters played general manager for the teams they cover and executed a first-round mock draft. Here are the results.
Mario Edwards Jr. of Florida State has changed his body and tried to change his reputation in advance of the NFL draft.
Tampa Bay has only 17 players that were drafted by the Bucs on the current roster. So it's pretty obvious they need to lean on this draft for players.