Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill chosen in round three:
21. Adam Thielen, Vikings (WR10) - Frelund
22. Jerick McKinnon, 49ers (RB12) - Hernandez
23. Christian McCaffrey, Panthers (RB13) - Gelhar
24. LeSean McCoy, Bills (RB14) - Barfield
25. Travis Kelce, Chiefs (TE1) - Milner
26. T.Y. Hilton, Colts (WR11) - Fabiano
27. Rob Gronkowski, Patriots (TE2) - Money
28. Jordan Howard, Bears (RB15) - Grant
29. Tyreek Hill, Chiefs (WR12) - Rank
30. Deshaun Watson, Texans (QB1) - Koh
Intriguing storyline entering 2018: “I don’t know that we’ve seen this many big-name quarterbacks change teams in a single season. And so I think it’s going to be fun to see how those things play out: how Patrick Mahomes does, how Alex Smith does in Washington, and all these quarterback changes. That to me is the biggest thing, and the thing I’m most excited to watch as we move forward.”
9 - Rivers is right there among the greats. He was especially great down the stretch last season outside of a loss to the Chiefs.
16 - Mahomes’ first season as starter for the Chiefs.
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NFL referee Gene Steratore retires after 15 seasons. Steratore worked 12 playoff games as well as Super Bowl LII.
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Sean Levine: “I love that question. A guy that I guess outsiders don’t have huge expectations for, but I do. Chris Jones. He was so good his first year and last year, kind of took a step back. There’s no reason to me, Barber, that he’s not elite this year once again.”