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LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) There were no major revelations or bold proclamations from Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace heading into the draft.
The Los Angeles Chargers have had the same starting quarterback in every game since 2006, and Philip Rivers will turn 37 years old in the fall.
As far as Cleveland fans are concerned, only one quarterback fits all the essential criteria for the Browns to draft him with the No. 1 overall pick.
Chris Ballard started collecting draft chips last month. He's hoping the Indianapolis Colts add a few more this week.
The Broncos haven't selected this high since Elway chose Von Miller second overall in 2011.
Sources have confirmed that Matt Kenseth will return to Roush-Fenway Racing to run the No. 6 car on a part-time basis with Trevor Bayne.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) A poised and productive Ricky Rubio has been smiling and laughing, masterfully running Utah's offense in his matchup with Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook.
CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. (AP) Sidney Crosby has faced the Washington Capitals three times in the playoffs. All three times the Pittsburgh captain has led his team to victory. And all three times the Penguins used the win as the springboard to a raucous mid-June parade with the Stanley Cup in tow.
Do the Broncos need to make a splash in this year's draft?
The Padres roster is packed with players fighting for the Major League roster.