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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Coach Dan Quinn said UCLA LB Myles Jack is not off the Falcons' draft board despite concerns about Jack's right knee. "That part, for coaches, always can be frustrating," Quinn said. "Medical, of course it's a factor."

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Dolphins announce that Laremy Tunsil had an allergic reaction and will not appear at today's previously scheduled news conference.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts first-round pick Ryan Kelly said he thinks playing in a pro-style offense at Alabama will help with his transition to the NFL

Le Batard: NFL's rules on drugs are stupid

Dan Le Batard says: "I don't understand how the NFL can't fix this, because it's way too punitive."

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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami coach Adam Gase said of Laremy Tunsil, "I see a guy that's played at an extremely high level in a very good conference and is going to be able to transition to our league quickly. This is a guy we felt like was one of the better players in this draft class if not the best guy."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Dolphins executive Vice President of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said Laremy Tunsil had an allergic reaction and is unable to attend his introductory press conference right now. Tannenbaum said the organization feels "comfortable" with Tunsil as a player and person.

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Dolphins said Laremy Tunsil had an allergic reaction and will not be appearing at today's previously scheduled press conference.

Watch Live: Dolphins introduce Laremy Tunsil

A video surfaced on Tunsil's verified Twitter account Thursday night 13 minutes before the draft started that showed him wearing a gas mask and smoking a substance from a bong. He said the account was hacked. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons coach Dan Quinn and general manager Thomas Dimitroff introduce first round draft pick Keanu Neal.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Taylor Decker said he wants to reach out to his training buddy-turned-teammate Larry Warford during some down time. He said he wants to pick his brain. Decent chance they line up next to each other this fall.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions OT Taylor Decker spoke on character Friday, said he believes he was raised with good values.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Taylor Decker wearing Lions colors during his opening press conference, also has brown shoes on. Also has a blue lapel pin on as he confidently strode into the Lions media center for his press conference.

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SVP: No one knows who won the NFL draft

Scott Van Pelt feels bad for guys like Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay who are supposed to weigh in, give grades and know the future of draft picks when nobody knows right now.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

New Lions OT Taylor Decker posing with his family at the Detroit Lions practice facility on Friday.

Todd McShay's best available for Day 2

Feel as if your team missed out on a draft prospect in Round 1? McShay is here to provide you a reason to be optimistic for Day 2. Starts with Jack (Insider)

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers first-round pick Vernon Butler has about 30 pair of Jordan shoes. Hopes to meet Michael Jordan, the owner of the Charlotte Hornets. Maybe tonight for the NBA playoff game against the Heat.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers first round pick Vernon Butler says he needs to work on his pas rush. Already has begun that process here. And he wore No. 9 in college but kicker Graham Gano wears that. So 92 it is.