Guest columnist Alex Olbrecht on how economic theory explains why the 2022 NFL draft had so many more traded picks than usual.
Our annual look at draft grades around the Web shows that the NFL commentariat is high on the Ravens and Jets but low on the Bears and Patriots.
We'll be keeping this thread updated throughout the night with Mike Tanier and Derrik Klassen giving instant reaction via video to the first round of the 2022 NFL draft.
Grinding the Mocks delivers its final consensus mock draft, with five Georgia Bulldogs and a surprising fall down the board for quarterbacks.
The Cincinnati quarterback is among the players seeing the most dramatic swings in mock draft position lately.
It's now looking like the Jaguars will make Michigan Wolverines edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson the first overall pick on draft night.
Though the Liberty quarterback is seen as a project, his physical skills may be too great to ignore.
While the Georgia edge rusher found himself climbing draft boards after the scouting combine, Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett and Notre Dame running back Kyren Williams saw their stock suffer.
Benjamin Robinson of Grinding the Mocks sees the Jaguars taking Alabama tackle Evan Neal with the first overall pick in April's draft.
The Bears get high marks for acquiring Justin Fields; the Browns do the same for finding value at several need positions. The Rams and Seahawks get dinged for having few picks in the first place. And the Aaron Rodgers drama in Green Bay leaves everyone confused.