• Kiper' draft grades: How every team fared • McShay's favorite picks for all 32 teams • Kiper's instant-impact rookies: Who will play early • Seifert: Why the QB class was overhyped • Sando: NFL execs on every team's class • PFF: The most underrated picks from 2019
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- 1 (1)Kyler MurrayOklahomaQB
- 2 (1)Byron MurphyWashingtonCB
- 2 (30)Andy IsabellaUMassWR
- 3 (1)Zach AllenBoston CollegeDE
- 4 (1)Hakeem ButlerIowa StateWR
- 5 (1)Deionte ThompsonAlabamaS
- 6 (1)Keesean JohnsonFresno StateWR
- 6 (6)Lamont GaillardGeorgiaC
- 7 (34)Joshua MilesMorgan StateOT
- 7 (35)Michael DogbeTempleDE
- 7 (40)Caleb WilsonUCLATE
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Gruden, Kingsbury among coaches facing the most pressure
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Von Miller's big goals for 2019
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Jets' Bell: 'Need' teammates to hit me in practice
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Source: Lions extend DT Harrison through 2021
The Lions have agreed to a one-year extension through 2021 with Damon "Snacks" Harrison, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.