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Rams take Goff at No. 1, Wentz to Eagles

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CHICAGO (AP) California love for Jared Goff, and Philadelphia pride for Carson Wentz.

It was all about the quarterbacks before Laremy Tunsil's bizarre tumble down the board at the NFL draft.

Goff went No. 1 overall to the Rams on Thursday for their first pick since they moved to Los Angeles in the offseason. Wentz was the No. 2 selection by the Eagles after a successful career at North Dakota State in the second tier of college football.


Chargers get Ohio State DE Bosa at No. 3

SAN DIEGO (AP) Joey Bosa says he's "a chill guy," so it's perfect that he was drafted by the San Diego Chargers with the third pick overall in the NFL draft Thursday night.

At the combine, the Ohio State defensive end was asked about being laid back.


Video drops Tunsil to Dolphins at No. 13

MIAMI (AP) Tackle Laremy Tunsil's surprising and costly slide in the NFL draft ended with the 13th pick Thursday, where he was taken by the Miami Dolphins.

Tunsil was once considered a potential No. 1 overall pick, but he fell after a bizarre video was posted on his Twitter account minutes before the start of the draft showed a person smoking from a mask equipped with a bong.


Buckeyes RB Elliott to Cowboys at No. 4

IRVING, Texas (AP) Ezekiel Elliott already has a lofty spot in Dallas Cowboys lore. Now the former Ohio State running back has to try to live up to it.

The Cowboys took Elliott with the No. 4 overall pick in the NFL draft Thursday night, the highest spot for a running back in the 26 years that Jerry Jones has been the team's owner and general manager.


Broncos move up to take Memphis QB Lynch

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Paxton Lynch is stepping into the long shadows of John Elway, Peyton Manning - and maybe even Mark Sanchez.

The Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos selected the Memphis quarterback with the 26th overall pick of the first round in the NFL draft Thursday night.


Davis wants to move Raiders to Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) Mark Davis was beaming as he posed with fans behind a black and silver "Las Vegas Raiders" banner. He made a few jokes before delivering a $500 million commitment to a new stadium in the city for his team.

Then the owner of the Raiders got serious about the prospects of getting fellow NFL owners to allow him to move from Oakland to a city the league has long shunned because it has legal sports betting.


Jags select FSU DB Ramsey with 5th pick

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars believe they got the best defensive player in college football.

And one of the most versatile.


Hayes indicted in Smith shooting

NEW ORLEANS (AP) A business owner and semiprofessional football player was indicted Thursday on a second-degree murder charge in the shooting death of retired New Orleans Saints' defensive end Will Smith.

Cardell Hayes was also indicted on a charge of attempted second-degree murder because police say he wounded Smith's wife in the shooting. Hayes and Smith got into an argument after Hayes's Hummer hit Smith's Mercedes SUV from behind on April 9, police said. Smith's wife was in the passenger seat at the time.


Jaguars WR Blackmon pleads guilty to DUI

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Suspended Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge of driving under the influence in Oklahoma.

Carter County filed documents Thursday saying the 26-year-old will be sentenced on June 8.


Fans press Goodell on head injuries

CHICAGO (AP) The floor belonged to Philip Feliciano, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell waited patiently for his question.

Given an opportunity to ask Goodell about anything he wanted, Feliciano, a 55-year-old vascular surgeon from Bellevue, Washington, wanted to know about the league's efforts to help prevent head injuries. Even for the NFL's most ardent fans, head injuries remain one of the biggest concerns.

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