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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720568 Arizona Cardinals Arizona+Cardinals NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) They needed a miracle, and came PDC (pretty damn close). The highlight is getting Tyrann Mathieu in the third. He is first-round talent who now has been scared off weed. Win-win for them.

Marvez: (B) They addressed their woeful OL with one immediate starter at No. 7 overall (Jonathan Cooper) and by adding another guard, Earl Watford, during Round 4. When it comes to Mathieu, they are hoping: A) He can convert to safety after playing cornerback at LSU; B) The presence of close friend Patrick Peterson can help keep him away from the off-field trouble that has plagued him.

Schrager: (B) The selection of Mathieu dominated headlines, but I liked the team’s first two selections of Cooper and Kevin Minter far more. I’m not sure if Mathieu is a corner or a safety in the NFL, but I know Cooper and Minter can contribute right away. Arizona added to a solid core this weekend. Unfortunately, they’re still far behind the three teams ahead of them in the NFC West.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721452 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta+Falcons NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) Sitting in Atlanta for the NFC Championship Game, I said this team needs secondary help. They got it by aggressively going up and getting Desmond Trufant. Love their willingness to take big swings (see Julio Jones).

Marvez: (B) They fixed one weakness by landing cornerbacks Trufant and Robert Alford with their first two picks. Ideally, Clemson DE Malliciah Goodman (third round) can help bolster another concern – pass rush.

Schrager: (B-) I’m not sure I love trading up to get Trufant, a player who worked out far better than he performed in college. Alford’s a small school guy whose stock rose after several strong workouts, too. This is a team that needs to address the pass rush and they finally did that in the third round.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721460 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore+Ravens NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) Not surprisingly, the best GM in football delivered another winner. Ozzie Newsome knows his linebackers, and getting Kansas State linebacker Arthur Brown is further proof.

Marvez: (A+) In Ozzie we trust. He scored two instant starters in University of Florida strong safety Matt Elam (pictured, taken in first round) and Brown (second).

Schrager: (A) Brown may never be Ray Lewis, but he can help in addressing the hole left by Lewis and Dannell Ellerbe in the middle of Baltimore’s defense. Brown is a sideline to sideline guy who many teams had listed as a first-round pick, but slipped to 56. Elam is going to be an upgrade from Bernard Pollard and Brandon Williams — a small-school prospect if there ever was one — can help the offensive line.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721439 Buffalo Bills Buffalo+Bills NFL

Floyd Engel: (D) I read a review of them that said “aside from the questionable (E.J.) Manuel pick.” There is no aside. When your first-round pick is used on a questionable QB in a draft short on them, you failed.

Marvez: (A-) This grade stems from the first-round selection of E.J. Manuel, who was my favorite quarterback prospect entering the draft. Both second-round picks (Southern Cal wide receiver Robert Woods and Oregon linebacker Kiko Alonso) could be Week 1 starters.

Schrager: (B-) Doug Marrone is no stranger to quarterbacks and he obviously saw something in Manuel that the “pundits” didn’t if he’s willing to spend his first-round pick on him. What’d they do to support Manuel? They went out and got two exciting receivers in Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin on Day 2.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721437 Carolina Panthers Carolina+Panthers NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) It is sometimes better to be lucky than good. Defensive tackle Star Lotulelei fell for some reason and the Panthers were smart enough to catch him. Win.

Marvez: (C ) Defensive tackles Lotulelei and Kawann Short addressed one need area. But new GM Dave Gettleman didn’t do Cam Newton any favors by failing to draft a wide receiver or tight end.

Schrager: (C+) The Panthers had the guy a lot of people indicated was one of the top five players on their board, Lotulelei, fall in their laps at 14th overall. That’s a home run. They then got another big DT in Short, in the second round. They solidified their defensive line but still haven’t gotten Cam Newton the offensive tools he needs around him. Steve Smith can’t play forever.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721441 Chicago Bears Chicago+Bears NFL

Floyd Engel: (C ) I like the Kyle Long pick. I think Long will be a big help to whatever QB they go get next year.

Marvez: (C-) Oregon guard Long was one of the biggest first-round reaches. Middle linebacker Jon Bostic (second round) wasn’t spectacular at the University of Florida, but the Bears did land one of college football’s best tacklers in Rutgers outside linebacker Khaseem Greene.

Schrager: (B-) Long could end up having a great NFL career, but most of the guys around the league that I’ve spoken to viewed it as a bit of a reach at 20th overall. Bostic could see action right away. I like Greene even more than Bostic.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721442 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati+Bengals NFL

Floyd Engel (B) I love the Tyler Eifert pick, simply because he and Jermaine Gresham provide a nasty two-tight end set and help for Andy Dalton. And SMU’s Margus Hunt basically adds another beast to Mike Zimmer’s defense.

Marvez: (B) Eifert will allow the Bengals to field more two-tight end sets and potentially light a fire under current starter Jermaine Gresham, whose outstanding athleticism hasn’t translated to on-field stardom. Needs at running back and strong safety were filled with Gio Bernard (second round) and Shawn Williams (third).

Schrager: (A) Dalton certainly won’t have the “There are no weapons other than A.J. Green” excuse anymore. Eifert and Bernard will both make immediate impacts. More than the draft picks, I love the re-signing of Andre Smith.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720567 Cleveland Browns Cleveland+Browns NFL

Floyd Engel: (B) There is little not to love about what Mike Lombardi did, even the Barkevious Mingo gamble, which is the best part of this draft for them. They have a GM, a real-deal GM.

Marvez: (C-) Outside LB Mingo provides some bark to Cleveland’s Dawg Pound, but the Browns added only one more player (San Diego State cornerback Leon McFadden) before Round Six. On the positive side, they secured extra third- and fourth-round choices in next year’s draft through trades and have already started reaping the dividends of using its 2013 second-round pick in last year’s supplemental draft on budding wide receiver Josh Gordon.

Schrager: (B+) You can only do so much when you don’t have a second-round pick, and I think Cleveland brass is awfully happy with Gordon, essentially their second-round pick. Mingo will complement Paul Kruger well in Ray Horton’s 3-4. This was a productive draft for the long term.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721459 Dallas Cowboys Dallas+Cowboys+ NFL

Floyd Engel: (C ) Owner Jerry Jones put coach Jason Garrett on the big clock in the sky at the owner’s meetings. Win or lose your job. He then “helped” him by trading down to reach up for center Travis Frederick (pictured). Enjoy unemployment, JG.

Marvez: (F) Oops! They traded down 13 slots in the first-round and were then forced to reach for Frederick after more desirable players were chosen elsewhere. The second-round pick of tight end Gavin Escobar made little sense considering the Cowboys had far more pressing needs at guard, running back and safety.

Schrager: (C ) I didn’t love the Frederick pick or the Escobar selection in the first two rounds, but I really like adding Terrance Williams to the offense. It seems like the Cowboys had a different draft grade on Frederick than other teams.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721457 Denver Broncos Denver+Broncos NFL

Floyd Engel: (B) With running backs free-falling in this draft, there were steals to be had later. John Elway got one of those in Montee Ball.

Marvez: (B) The Broncos have 1,000 pounds of beef at defensive tackle with first-round pick Sylvester Williams joining projected starters Kevin Vickerson and Terrance Knighton in the rotation. Wisconsin’s Ball has a legitimate chance to start at running back.

Schrager: (C) They stuck to their board and got a talented player on the first day in Williams. I’m not as high on Ball as others are. At Wisconsin, he had nearly 1,000 carries and nearly 400 in 2012 alone. There’s wear on the tires there and he’s by no means a speed back. Who’s going to rush the quarterback alongside Von Miller? Elvis Dumervil’s departure leaves a giant void.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720566 Detroit Lions Detroit+Lions NFL

Floyd Engel: (C ) Ziggy Ansah feels like a reach probably because he is, and this team needed immediate-impact picks. And while I like the potential of Darius Slay, he does enter the season hurt.

Marvez: (C ) They couldn’t land one of the top three left tackles so they went with unpolished defensive end Ansah at No. 5 overall. Mississippi State cornerback Slay and Kentucky guard Larry Warford have a better shot at extensive playing time as rookies.

Schrager: (C ) I thought they needed to address offensive line and cornerback. They did that in Rounds 2 and 3 and also got arguably the best pass rusher in this draft with Ansah. I was skeptical of the Ansah pick, thinking they should have done something — anything — to get Fisher, Joeckel or Lane Johnson. In the end, the Ansah-Darius Slay-Larry Warford trio is pretty good.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721454 Green Bay Packers Green+Bay+Packers NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) The power of a good GM has been proven again. Ted Thompson killed it, especially like the two running backs he picked up in Eddie Lacy and Johnathan Franklin.

Marvez: (B) UCLA’s Datone Jones fits the bill as a 3-4 end. The selection of Lacy (second round) and UCLA’s Franklin (fourth) doesn’t bode well for incumbent running backs James Starks and Alex Green.

Schrager: (B+) Jones is a talented 6-4 defensive lineman that can play multiple spots. He’s stout enough to play defensive tackle and can get to the quarterback. Lacy was a nice value pick in the second round, but Franklin could be a Warrick Dunn clone. Two solid running backs to add to a good squad.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721456 Houston Texans Houston+Texans NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) Getting a safety was a need. Getting D.J. Swearinger in the second round was a coup.

Marvez: (B) Andre Johnson is rejoicing. The Texans added a complementary wide receiver in Round One with Clemson’s DeAndre Hopkins. South Carolina safety Swearinger will get valuable tutelage playing the position from Texans newcomer Ed Reed.

Schrager: (B) I was surprised they chose Hopkins over Cordarrelle Patterson and Robert Woods, but I’m not Rick Smith. He has a pretty good track record. Sam Montgomery had question marks and slipped to the third round. Good value there.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721455 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis+Colts NFL

Floyd Engel: (C ) They were better than anybody anticipated last season because of QB Andrew Luck. So waiting until the third and fourth rounds to shore up the line seems idiotic.

Marvez: (C+) They hope they’ve found the replacement for Dwight Freeney at outside linebacker in Florida State’s Bjoern Werner. Illinois guard Hugh Thornton (third round) and Southern Cal center Khaled Holmes (fourth) could quickly push for snaps on an offensive line that allowed Luck to get hit too many times in his rookie season.

Schrager: (B) The Colts didn’t make any sexy moves this year. They stayed the course. I like the Werner pick and think he went just about where he was expected to. Thornton’s a big body who can get on the field in this fall.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31719781 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville+Jaguars NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) This grade is based solely on them not panicking and reaching for a QB. Tackle Luke Joeckel is either going to make Blaine Gabbert better, or be good for the QB they take next year in a draft that is much better for that position. The genius here is in what they did not do.

Marvez: (C ) The most pressing need by far was an outside pass-rusher but the Jaguars bypassed Oregon’s Dion Jordan in favor of Joeckel. They will try to convert former Michigan QB Denard Robinson (fifth round) to running back.

Schrager: (A+) They’re building Seahawks South, getting Gus Bradley-type players in the 2013 NFL Draft. They’ve got a low-maintenance, super-athletic left tackle in Joeckel, two defensive backs who will play right away in John Cyprien and Dwayne Gratz, and a gamebreaker in wide receiver Ace Sanders. He isn’t Tavon Austin, but he’s not far off. Adding Denard Robinson, another gamebreaker, was wise. Love this draft for Jacksonville.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720563 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas+City+Chiefs NFL

Floyd Engel: (B) Having the No. 1 pick in the decidedly unsexiest draft in years could have led to the Chiefs doing something rash — like reaching or trading down. They just went unsexy, taking one of the tackles. Solid in its simplicity.

Marvez: (B) In the spirit of the Peyton Manning-Ryan Leaf and Drew Bledsoe-Rick Mirer debates, history will judge whether the Chiefs made the right call snubbing Texas A&M’s tackle Luke Joeckel to nab Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher with the draft’s top overall pick. Andy Reid doesn’t have a history of using big running backs, which makes his third-round selection of 227-pound Knile Davis from Arkansas so curious.

Schrager: (B-) The Chiefs have had a busy offseason and got their franchise left tackle on Day 1. They continued to add players who can contribute, including Travis Kelce, the tight end out of Cincinnati.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720564 Miami Dolphins Miami+Dolphins NFL

Floyd Engel: (B-) Check out the big lower guts on Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland. Let others rip into what came next, moving up to No. 3 to get pass-rusher Dion Jordan makes this a winner for me.

Marvez: (A) By moving up nine spots to No. 3 in the first round via a trade with Oakland, Miami secured a player they hope is the second coming of Jason Taylor in Oregon outside linebacker/defensive end Jordan. Although there are still questions surrounding the left tackle position after the Dolphins chose Jordan instead of Oklahoma’s Lane Johnson, Miami boosted its thin secondary by drafting cornerbacks Jamar Taylor (second round) and Utah State’s Will Davis (third).

Schrager: (C) I didn’t like the trade for Jordan very much, viewing that as a desperate move from Ireland to make a splash. Well, he got his man. I think they reached on Dallas Thomas, the tackle out of Tennessee, and think he’s actually more of a guard than tackle.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721453 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota+Vikings NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) Two words — Sharrif. Floyd. If he really fell because he had T-Rex arms, joke is on the 22 who passed. Steal of the draft.

Marvez: (B) Minnesota’s first two selections (University of Florida defensive tackle Floyd and Florida State cornerback Xavier Rhodes) will be starting by the 2014 season. I’m not as sold on the team’s other first-round pick in Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson.

Schrager: (A-) The Vikings stayed put with the 23rd and 25th picks, got the guys they wanted, and then made a power move to get an exciting playmaker at receiver in Patterson. Did the Vikings give up a lot for Patterson? Possibly. But the JUCO-turned-Tennessee star will strike fear in the hearts of his NFC North opponents.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721464 New England Patriots New+England+Patriots NFL

Floyd Engel: (B) They had to get a WR for Tom Brady, and they got a good one in TCU’s Josh Boyce in the fourth round. I live in Fort Worth, saw TCU a lot and my scouting report is he’s really smart, has good hands and is a good route runner — in a Deion Branch mode.

Marvez: (B) In a shock to nobody, the Patriots traded out of the first round to land more picks. The first player chosen was Southern Mississippi linebacker Jamie Collins (pictured), whose versatility is a trait that Patriots head coach Bill Belichick cherishes in his players.

Schrager: (B-) I think they could have stayed put at 29 and gotten a good wide receiver who can contribute right away. Tom Brady’s not getting any younger. His arm isn’t getting any stronger. Aaron Dobson and Boyce, the wideouts they took, are projects.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721438 New Orleans Saints New+Orleans+Saints NFL

Floyd Engel: (B-) Texas safety Kenny Vaccaro is the real deal. No really, he is. And the Saints need help on D, especially with the QBs in the NFC at the moment.

Marvez: (B+) Vaccaro will immediately push starter Roman Harper for playing time. Arkansas Pine-Bluff left tackle Terron Armstead, who wowed scouts with his pre-draft workouts, could become the latest small-school offensive line find for a franchise that drafted Jahri Evans (Bloomsburg University) and Jermon Bushrod (Towson).

Schrager (B) Vaccaro could be a star in this league at safety. I love the Armstead and John Jenkins picks, too. Big fellas. The Saints didn’t get a pass rusher and that scares me. The team gave up the most yards in NFL history a season ago.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31723118 New York Giants New+York+Giants NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) One reason they are usually one of the NFL's better teams is their focus on the lines, and they hit on those picks. Their first three picks were linemen. Justin Pugh needs to be a starting tackle in Week 1 and should be fine. This class will swing on whether third-round D-tackle Damontre Moore is a hit, but he looks like yet another big-time front-seven Giants player.

Marvez: (C) They have a good history of drafting offensive and defensive lineman, but Syracuse tackle/guard Justin Pugh at No. 19 feels like a reach. Texas A&M’s Damontre Moore had first-round potential but slipped to the third after some awful pre-draft workouts.

Schrager: (B) They stuck to their board and got quality players on the offensive and defensive lines. It’s what Jerry Reese does. Damontre Moore, the third-round selection, is the most intriguing. He’s a sack master who struggled in workouts. I’m shocked they didn’t draft a cornerback on Days 1 or 2, though. That’s an area of need.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720571 New York Jets New+York+Jets NFL

Floyd Engel: (B) Anybody who thinks the Jets' objective should have been getting help for Mark Sanchez did not watch Mark Sanchez last year. They needed a QB, and Geno Smith in the second round is solid. If he fails, get another next year.

Marvez: (C+) The talk of this draft wasn’t the two first-round picks (Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner and Missouri defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson) but Smith, who took an unexpected tumble deep into the second round. Even with their awful quarterbacking situation, the Jets must mitigate pressure to prematurely play Smith because he may need a year of seasoning while adjusting to a West Coast-style offense after playing in a spread system at West Virginia.

Schrager: (C+) They wanted Tavon Austin and didn’t get him. Smith, to me, is not a good fit for this team and situation, either. The Jets had a circus already and I’m not convinced Geno can start in Year One. Other than Geno Smith, the Jets did add guys who can help the defense on Day 1 in Milliner and Richardson and an offensive lineman I really like in Brian Winters out of Kent State.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721436 Oakland Raiders Oakland+Raiders NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) No, seriously, they deserve an A simply for not doing what they always do, which is something insane. But linebacker Sio Moore in Round 3 shows they might be done being laughing stocks. Maybe.

Marvez: (B) They traded down from No. 3 to No. 12 in the first round and still landed the player they wanted (Houston cornerback D.J. Hayden) while also procuring Miami’s second-round pick. Oakland used that choice on Florida State tackle Menelik Watson, who should be getting on the field quickly.

Schrager: (A) You might as well dress me in silver and black. I love everything the new Raiders regime did. They got a cornerback they were considering taking at third overall with the 12th pick in Hayden and hit home runs with Watson and Sio Moore on Day 2. I think Tyler Wilson could be a player, too, though I’m certain the last thing Matt Flynn wanted to see was a mid-round guy named Wilson selected to back him up.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720565 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia+Eagles NFL

Floyd Engel: (B) Call me crazy or call me consistent. What I like most is getting the free-falling USC QB Matt Barkley in the fourth round. Chip Kelly knows him, and I still like his chances of being a good pro and life raft if Mike Vick falters.

Marvez: (D) I’m cool with the selection of Oklahoma tackle Lane Johnson at No. 4 overall. I’m not nearly as fond of using a second-round pick on Stanford tight end Zach Ertz with Brent Celek and James Casey already on the roster nor with the Eagles spending a fourth-round choice on Barkley with Nick Foles already serving as Michael Vick’s backup.

Schrager: (B) They got guys that Chip Kelly knows well. Oregon lost three games under Kelly over the last two years — to Stanford, USC and LSU. In the first four rounds, Kelly took a player each from Stanford, USC and LSU. I love the pick of Johnson, a quick-footed offensive tackle for Chip Kelly’s fast-paced offense. Tight end wasn’t an area of need, but Ertz is a playmaker. I’m not sure how Barkley fits.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31723117 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh+Steelers NFL

Floyd Engel: (B) I tend to think their first-round pick, linebacker Jarvis Jones, has more boom than bust in him. They are downgraded because it is even a question.

Marvez: (A-) They found their replacement for departed outside linebacker James Harrison with Jones at No. 17 overall. Michigan State’s Le’Veon Bell (second round) is the most talented big running back on Pittsburgh’s roster since Jerome Bettis.

Schrager: (A) They took players who got the job done in college. Jones was a stud at Georgia, leading the nation in sacks and tackles for a loss. I like the Bell pick and love the Shamarko Thomas selection. Thomas is a missile and will learn from Troy Polamalu.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720573 San Diego Chargers San+Diego+Chargers NFL

Floyd Engel (C-) Forget the fake dead fake girlfriend, I am not sure linebacker Manti Te’o is going to be on the field enough to justify where they took him or moving up to do so.

Marvez: (B) They could have done more to address their offensive line early besides choosing Alabama tackle D.J. Fluker at No. 11 overall. They may have hit home runs with two players who fell further than expected: Te’o (second round) and California wide receiver Keenan Allen (third).

Schrager: (B) It’s ironic Te’o will be lining up every day in practice against first-round pick Fluker — the same guy who ate him alive in the BCS Championship Game. San Diego is probably the best fit for Te’o. Safety Eric Weddle, a devout Mormon, will take the linebacker under his wing and serve as his veteran mentor. Keenan Allen was a first-round talent.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721440 San Francisco 49ers San+Francisco+49ers NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) Why were they in the Super Bowl? Because of drafts like this where they go get safety Eric Reid. And bonus karma points for picking up Marcus Lattimore in the fourth round.

Marvez: (A+) The selections of Reid and Rice tight end Vance McDonald fill the voids created by the free-agent departures of Dashon Goldson (Tampa Bay) and Delanie Walker (Tennessee). On a team as deep as the 49ers, Florida State defensive end Tank Carradine and South Carolina running back Lattimore could land on the PUP list or injured reserve as those talented players recover from knee injuries.

Schrager: (A) The rich got richer. The 49ers added to an already loaded roster Reid at safety, Carradine at defensive end, and Quinton Patton at wide receiver. Vance McDonald is a talented multipurpose tight end who will fill the void left by Delanie Walker.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31723154 Seattle Seahawks Seattle+Seahawks NFL

Floyd Engel: (A-ish) They did not have a first-rounder, and these are always harder to grade. But running back Christine Michael (pictured, standing) is a great add.

Marvez: (B-) They traded their first-round pick to Minnesota for wide receiver Percy Harvin. On a deep roster, Seattle’s 11 selections will likely begin their NFL careers as backups or practice squad members.

Schrager: (A) If Harvin is considered their first-round pick, you have to love what the Seahawks did in the first round. I gave their draft an “F” last year. That same draft netted Bruce Irvin, Bobby Wagner and Russell Wilson. I’m done questioning John Schneider. Until he proves us otherwise, he gets an A.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720570 St. Louis Rams St.+Louis+Rams NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) Their draft just built on what already had been a good offseason. The highlight is getting wide receiver Tavon Austin. This guy on turf in a league that no longer allows coverage is lethal.

Marvez: (B+) They swiped dynamic wide receiver Austin away from the New York Jets when leapfrogging from No. 16 to No. 8 in the first round. Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree has a history of off-field problems but checkered pasts have never scared off Rams head coach Jeff Fisher.

Schrager: (A+) I love what the Rams did. They were aggressive in the drafting of Austin and got my favorite inside linebacker in Ogletree. Later, they picked up a steal in Zac Stacy, a running back who can battle for the starting gig in training camp.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721461 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa+Bay+Buccaneers NFL

Floyd Engel: (A) I base this solely on how they used their first-round pick, to trade for Darrelle Revis. Again, if somebody else is going to be dumb, there is nothing wrong with taking advantage.

Marvez: (B) They weren’t done bolstering their secondary after acquiring cornerback Revis from the Jets for their 2013 first-round pick and what will likely be a 2014 third-rounder. Mississippi State cornerback Johnthan Banks (pictured) was picked in Round Two.

Schrager: (A) Similar to Seattle, I give Tampa Bay an A grade because Revis is essentially their first-rounder. I love Banks and think Mike Glennon will push Josh Freeman at quarterback. Solid draft.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31720572 Tennessee Titans Tennessee+Titans NFL

Floyd Engel: (C) I like wide receiver Justin Hunter in the second. The rest is blah, blah, blah.

Marvez: (B) No team has made as large an investment at guard this offseason, with Tennessee taking Alabama’s Chance Warmack at No. 10 to pair with free-agent signing Andy Levitre (Buffalo). University of Tennessee wide receiver Hunter (second round) adds more offensive punch and shows the Titans are losing patience with Kenny Britt after ongoing off-field problems.

Schrager: (A) Jake Locker has no more excuses. It’s time. The Titans built the offense up even more this Warmack at guard, exciting wide receiver Hunter, and Brian Schwenke out of Cal at center. Great additions. I like where Tennessee is headed.

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NFL 5 8 2013 NFL Draft report cards 31721463 Washington Redskins Washington+Redskins NFL

Floyd Engel: (B) Their first-round pick essentially went to get RGIII last year. It was well worth it, still.

Marvez: (B) The best sight for Redskins fans was seeing quarterback Robert Griffin III do jumping-jacks at a team draft party just three months after reconstructive knee surgery. Washington was without a first-round pick because of the trade to acquire Griffin in 2012, but the Redskins hope to have bolstered their secondary by drafting North Carolina State cornerback David Amerson (pictured) in the second round and Fresno State strong safety Phillip Thomas (fourth).

Schrager: (A) The Redskins made the most of their selections in the second and third rounds. I love the Thomas pick, as he’s been compared favorably to Ed Reed. David Amerson’s a big, physical cornerback. If you work in Robert Griffin III, essentially their first-round pick for the last two years, this is an A.

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thumbnail galleryTitle shortDescription longDescription blurb galUpdated pageNumber totalPages galleryUrl Super Bowl families Jan 9, 2014 6:48 PM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/super-bowl-families-john-jim-harbaugh-ray-lewis- Fun facts about Super Bowl Sunday Fun facts about Super Bowl Sunday. Fun facts about Super Bowl Sunday. Super Bowl Sunday: What we're eating ... Jan 9, 2014 6:47 PM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/msn-super-bowl-sunday-fun-facts-trivia-020112 Super Bowl lowlights Jan 9, 2014 6:47 PM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/super-bowl-gallery-lowlights-ray-lewis-janet-jackson-012113 Super Bowl records Super Bowl records Super Bowl records Super Bowl records Jan 9, 2014 6:44 PM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/super-bowl-records-tom-brady-joe-montana-jerry-rice Images from the Super Bowl blackout A power surge caused half the lights in the... A power surge caused half the lights in the Superdome to go out early in the second half of the Super Bowl. What happened when the lights went out in New Orleans? Jan 2, 2014 3:35 PM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/images-from-super-bowl-xlvii-blackout-020313 Shocking and tragic sports deaths Shocking and tragic sports deaths Shocking and tragic sports deaths Sports has given us amazing triumphs, and also moments of tragedy. We pay tribute to the untimely deaths that have stunned the sports world. Nov 18, 2013 8:01 PM ET 1 8 /mlb/gallery/Shocking-and-tragic-sports-deaths Notable sports deaths of 2013 Notable sports deaths of 2013 Notable sports deaths of 2013 Notable sports deaths of 2013 Nov 18, 2013 8:01 PM ET 1 8 /mlb/gallery/sports-deaths-2013-013113
/fe/images/gallery/photo_foxsports_default_image.jpg Test your knowledge with this NFL trivia Test your knowledge of the NFL with these tri... Test your knowledge of the NFL with these trivia questions. Test your knowledge of the NFL with these trivia questions. Nov 12, 2013 1:37 PM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/football-trivia-questions-to-rack-your-brain-emmitt-smith-dan-marino-brett-favre-111213 The week's best sports photos The best sports photos from around the world... The best sports photos from around the world of sports, including the the NFL, NASCAR, NHL, and more. The best sports photos from around the world of sports, including the the NFL, NASCAR, NHL, and more. Nov 7, 2013 9:17 AM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/week-in-sports-photos-football-baseball-tennis-soccer-nascar-horses-rugby-110712 The week's best sports photos The best sports photos from around the world... The best sports photos from around the world of sports, including the US Open final, the start of the NFL season and the US men's soccer team clinchin... The best sports photos from around the world of sports, including the US Open final, the start of the NFL season and the US men's soccer team clinching a World Cup berth. Nov 7, 2013 9:16 AM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/week-in-sports-photos-football-baseball-tennis-soccer-091213 NFL players and their former loves Check out this list of notable NFL players an... Check out this list of notable NFL players and the famous women they used to date. Check out this list of notable NFL players and the famous women they used to date. Nov 6, 2013 11:40 PM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/players-and-former-loves-tom-brady-tony-romo-kim-kardashian-eva-longoria-110613 The sports world celebrates Halloween The sports world celebrates Halloween. The sports world celebrates Halloween. Boo! Sports & Twitter — the perfect Halloween combo. Oct 31, 2013 1:13 PM ET 1 8 /nfl/gallery/sports-world-celebrates-halloween-103113