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Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

Fans comparing Browns to Sixers in stockpiling picks seems pointedly jaundiced given Patriots, Packers kickstarted their rebuilds that way.

Teams set to make most of draft's Day 2

There is still plenty of talent left on the board that could eventually turn into starters, including three quarterbacks and the Heisman Trophy winner. Seven teams are set up for a big second night. Plenty of picks

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons first-round draft pick Keanu Neal, the strong safety from Florida, will wear No. 22.

Skip: Cowboys got next Emmitt Smith

Skip Bayless is very excited about the addition of Ezekiel Elliott to the Cowboys and thinks the team has maximized Tony Romo's closing Super Bowl window.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

New Lions OT Taylor Decker with his family, team president Rod Wood and GM Bob Quinn as Decker arrived at the team's practice facility in Allen Park, Michigan on Friday. The Lions took Decker at No. 16 on Thursday night. He's expected to be a starter on the offensive line.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

New Detroit Lions offensive tackle Taylor Decker getting out of his limo and walking into the team's facility for the first time. He is supposed to talk to the media around 3 p.m.

Russillo: Tunsil's fall wasn't about weed

Ryen Russillo doesn't want to hear people say Laremy Tunsil fell to the 13th pick because a tweet showed him using drug paraphernalia.

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Lawyer: Tunsil's stepdad didn't hack account

Matthew Wilson, the attorney of Lindsey Miller, Laremy Tunsil's stepfather, told ESPN's Mark Schlabach that his client had nothing to do with Tunsil's social media accounts being hacked Thursday night. "We denounce whoever did this act," Wilson said. "It is abhorrent."

Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the draft!

All was quiet in New England during a first round with no picks, but the Patriots' draft will catch up to the rest of the league tonight.

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Tunsil admits to taking money in college

Laremy Tunsil, who fell to 13th to the Dolphins after a video emerged right before the draft of him smoking a substance in a gas mask, later admitted to taking money from an Ole Miss coach. Story

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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Interesting about Titans incumbent left tackle Taylor Lewan: Pre-draft, the team repeatedly said he was their left tackle until he wasn't. Friday night they traded up to draft Jack Conklin, very much a right tackle. And the Titans refused to say Lewan is their left tackle.

mark schlereth @markschlereth

The fact that the Jets brass said they had Paxton Lynch as a 3rd or 4th round talent makes me feel even better about the Broncos pick at 26

Stephen A.: Lynch to Broncos a 'beautiful move'

Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless agree that Denver is a perfect place for Paxton Lynch to develop and Skip thinks we will look back and say John Elway stole the QB late in the first round.

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Best, riskiest picks of Round 1

Todd McShay thinks several teams got good value with their picks Thursday night, while some also made selections that could pay off big but represent significant gambles. Risk/reward (Insider)

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