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Todd McShay reacts to the Buffalo Bills selecting Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones in the fourth round of the NFL draft.
Mel Kiper Jr. thinks it was worth it for the Cowboys to draft Dak Prescott in the fourth round with the understanding he will have time to develop behind Tony Romo.
4 Hours ago
Steph Curry tells reporters he's optimistic he will be able to return to the Warriors before the initial two-week timetable he was given after spraining his MCL.
Todd McShay isn't sure Connor Cook's long-term future is with the Raiders and he could benefit from seeing what A.J. McCarron has done as the backup with the Bengals.
5 Hours ago
Marc Stein says the Warriors are a confident team without Steph Curry and are hopeful Curry will be able to return at some point during their series against the Blazers.
35 Minutes ago
Matthew Berry believes of the three quarterbacks taken in the first round of the NFL draft, Paxton Lynch could be set up to have the most fantasy success in his rookie season.
Brendan Haywood says Luke Walton's record won't mean much to the Lakers' roster, but Walton can sell Los Angeles on Golden State's culture and winning mentality.
Paul Finebaum talks about how concerned coach Hugh Freeze should be after Laremy Tunsil admitted to receiving money from an Ole Miss coach.
Ron Jaworski says QB Christian Hackenberg is a very good prospect, but needs to overcome the mental aspect of the game after taking big hits at Penn State.
6 Hours ago
Tim Kurkjian believes Don Mattingly made the right move taking Adam Conley out of Friday night's game against the Brewers despite having a no-hitter through 7 2/3 innings.
Tim Kurkjian breaks down the issues with the Yankees' bullpen, but says in the end it's one of the lesser issues the team should be worried about.
Chauncey Billups loves the Lakers picking Luke Walton as the team's next head coach but recognizes the team needs to improve in free agency to give Walton players to work with.
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