Did John Fox really not know the Chicago Bears were planning to take Mitchell Trubisky until hours before the draft? Colin Cowherd takes a closer look.
There was no Draft Day surprise at No. 1 overall, but a lot of unexpected action unfolded later No. 2: The Bears traded a package of picks to the 49ers to draft North Carolina's Mitchell Trubisky, who only started one season in college This comes after Chicago signed Mike Glennon in March for $19 million guaranteed No. 5: The Titans have long-needed better talent at wide receiver but Western Michigan's Corey Davis went earlier than expected But Davis had an excellent collegiate career and possesses great size, speed and playmaking ability, and could become a solid No. 1 WR No. 10: The Chiefs also traded up for a QB -- Patrick Mahomes out of Texas Tech where he ran a spread-style, Air Raid offense No. 31
T.J. Owuanibe, a 14-year-old eighth grader at McDonogh School in Baltimore diagnosed two years ago with brain cancer, will tell the world who the Ravens are picking first in the draft
Three teams took QBs in the first round of the 2017 NFL draft -- at 2, 10 and 12 overall Chicago Bears: Mitchell Trusbisky (2nd): Chicago provided an early shock by trading up for the North Carolina product Considered a dual-threat QB, he didn't become the Tar Heels starter until '16 when he threw for 3,748 yards, 30 TDs and 6 INTs Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes (10th): He played in Texas Tech's "Air Raid" spread offense, a system that has not yet supplied many successful NFL QBs Mahomes will get at least one year to watch and learn behind Alex Smith Houston Texans: Deshaun Watson (12th): Still desperate for a QB, the Texans traded up to nab Watson, coming off a championship season The Clemson produc
The rest of the NFL has been taking a closer look at how Bill Belichick and Co. have constructed the New England Patriots' roster, especially via the draft