NEW YORK -- Our scouts break down the second round of the 2007 NFL draft.
Inside the second round
Our scouts break down every pick in the 2007 NFL draft as it happens.
The Patriots have decided to waive cornerback Alfonzo Dennard, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has moved out of his downtown Cleveland apartment and into a golf course community in a suburb west of town, according to a source.
Alabama prosecutors are dismissing charges against NFL linebacker Rolando McClain stemming from his arrest in a park in his hometown in 2013.
Dallas Cowboys rookie Randy Gregory got a star tattoo on his forearm to show his allegiance to the team that drafted him last week.
Arizona Cardinals tight end John Carlson, whose career was marred by head injuries, retired unexpectedly Tuesday.
Panthers special teams coordinator Bruce DeHaven is taking a leave of absence because of an undisclosed medical issue.
Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan passed through Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and had an unsanctioned meeting Monday evening with former LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins.
Philip Rivers says he never wanted the San Diego Chargers to trade him, but his actions tell a different story, writes Jim Trotter.
Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young was sentenced to five years of probation Tuesday after pleading no contest to felony battery last month.
Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine said "it's fair to say" that Josh McCown will enter training camp as the starting quarterback.
ESPN Insider puts a bow on its 2015 draft coverage, with a team-by-team look at scouting analysis on every player and grades and favorite picks from Mel Kiper and Todd McShay.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have declined to pick up the fifth-year option on running back Doug Martin's contract.
Jerry Jones knows defense is the way, and proved it by the way his team drafted.
Christopher Harris explores the fantasy value of the 2015 rookie class, including his early top 10 for re-draft leagues.
The Bucs and Titans have to be happy about the quarterbacks they drafted. What about the rest of the league? NFL Nation reporters assess each team's class.