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  • Re-Drafting the 2003 NFL Draft

    This offseason, Bleacher Report is imagining how every NFL draft this century would go down if teams could jump into Dr. Emmett L. Brown's retrofitted DMC DeLorean and go back in time

    Bleacher Report
  • Re-Drafting the 2002 NFL Draft

    This offseason, Bleacher Report is imagining how every NFL draft this century would go down if teams could jump into Dr. Emmett L. Brown's retrofitted DMC DeLorean and go back in time

    Bleacher Report
  • Re-Drafting the 2001 NFL Draft

    The 2001 season was a big one in NFL history. At the end of it in New Orleans, one team's hopes for a dynasty were dashed. Another's just began. But long before the St

    Bleacher Report
  • Re-Drafting the 2019 NBA Draft Class

    It's never too early to second-guess an NBA draft class, so our re-draft series runs right through the most recent iteration to reset last summer's talent grab

    Bleacher Report
  • Re-Drafting the Loaded 2000 NFL Draft with Brady and Urlacher

    This offseason, Bleacher Report is imagining how every NFL draft this century would go down if teams could jump into Dr. Emmett L. Brown's retrofitted DMC DeLorean and go back in time

    Bleacher Report
  • We re-did the 2017 NFL Draft with everything we know now

    Our NFL team brands did a re-draft of the 2017 NFL Draft, and things turned out very differently than in real life. The 2017 NFL Draft started off exactly as expected when the Cleveland Browns selected defensive end Myles Garrett with the first overall pick. It seemed like a perfect choice at the time, but if the Browns had it to do all over again, knowing that this class held quarterbacks like Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson, would they still roll with Garrett? The same can be said for the...

    SBNation.com
  • The plan for Isaiah Simmons: 2020 NFL Draft’s most versatile player

    The versatility of former Clemson defensive player Isaiah Simmons may have been a point of “fascination” for the Arizona Cardinals, but it sounds like their approach will be more traditional when it comes to deploying their 2020 NFL Draft first-round pick. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury told reporters in a video conference call on Monday that

    New York Post