NFL released new team hats ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft as each team welcomes the draftees. Designed by New Era Cap and inspired by the Las Vegas neon signs, each hat was embroidered with teams slogans on the side.
The Cincinnati Bengals drafted LSU quarterback Joe Burrow with the first-overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, making Burrow the latest Heisman Trophy winner to be drafted picked first.
- Here are The Baltimore Sun’s initial projections for the first round of the NFL draft, which begins April 28 in Las Vegas.
- Kyle Hamilton and Kyren Williams, two junior stars for No. 5 Notre Dame, will not play in the Fiesta Bowl against No. 9 Oklahoma State so they instead can prepare for the 2022 NFL draft.
- To help make sense of the NFL draft, here’s a look at some of the superlatives from the weekend, starting with the big draft-night trade that defined the first round.
- The Chicago Bears did what they needed to do, moving up in the first round of the NFL draft to select Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields with the No. 11 pick.
- As free agency winds down and teams put the finishing touches on their big boards, it’s time for one last look at how the draft might play out.
- Here are The Baltimore Sun’s latest projections for the first round, which begins April 29 in Cleveland.
- The Miami Dolphins completed two blockbuster trades on Friday that will see the franchise move down three spots in the 2021 NFL draft and secure a future first-round pick.
- Shane Leatherbury had offers to join the Ravens and Cardinals as a rookie free agent, and he chose the opportunity to learn from Larry Fitzgerald and DeAndre Hopkins.
- Coulter has proved his merit as a wide receiver at Rhode Island, and that path was validated Saturday when he was selected in the fifth round of the NFL draft.
- The picks are in — all 255 of them. After the end of the 2020 NFL draft, it’s time to take a big-picture look at how each team fared.
- Here are some things to know about the Ravens’ Day 2 selections during the NFL draft on Friday.
- The Ravens selected Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins with the No. 55 overall pick in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday night.