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Pasquarelli: Slippery slope
Eric Steinbach, Boss Bailey and Taylor Jacobs were among the players who slipped in the draft.
 
Pasquarelli: As advertised
Six trades and a rare "pass" by the Vikings contributed to the first round being as wild as people projected.
 
Clayton: Winners and losers
Check out our winners and losers from the first day of the NFL draft.
 
Pasquarelli: Magic act
Long-snapper Jon Dorenbos overcame family tragedy to become an accomplished magician and football player.
 
Comparing mock drafts
Check out mock drafts from PFW, Mel Kiper Jr. and ESPN.com and see how they did.
 
Pasquarelli: Misadventures in Minnesota
For the second straight year the Vikings were slow with their pick and it cost them two spots.
 
Pasquarelli: Ravens jump on Suggs
Terrell Suggs was worried he'd drop out of the top 10, while the Ravens never thought he'd be available.
 
Pasquarelli: Vets on the move
Fred Smoot, Shaun Rogers and Ron Dayne are a few veterans that could be traded this weekend.
 
Garber: Inside the draft room
The future of an NFL team can be determined based on the decisions they make over a two-day stretch in April.
 
Clayton: Head of war rooms
General managers and player personnel directors usually make the final decision in selecting draft picks.
 
Pasquarelli: 75 prospects to know
CB Terence Newman and DT Dewayne Robertson head the list of 75 prospects to watch this weekend.
 
Pasquarelli: Miscalculations
Dan Reeves is among the coaches to learn the realities of trading down in the draft instead of staying put.
 
Clayton: Wheeling and dealing
The Patriots and Jets are among the four teams trying to figure out how best to use their two first-round picks.
 
Bengals making little progress toward No. 1 deal
Cincy still wants Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer, but the Bengals are hung up over differences involving the so-called "backside" issues of a contract.
 
Pasquarelli: University of the NFL
NFL scouts and other team officials flock to Miami's "pro day workout" because they know there's a lot to see.
 
Clayton: Trading places
Joey Galloway's tenure in Dallas is a prime example of the risks of trading first-round draft picks for veterans.
 
Pasquarelli: Risky business
There are exceptions, but history shows that trading No. 1 picks for veteran players is a risky proposition.
 
Pasquarelli: Tackling the draft
For the third straight year, defensive tackles figure to dominate the first round on the NFL draft.
 
Pasquarelli: Remembering the '83 draft
Having produced players like Dan Marino, Jim Kelly and John Elway, the 1983 draft ranks among the NFL's best.