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Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano Highlights: Taylor Takes Split Decision - MMA News

The historic bout between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano took place tonight, and you can find the highlights and results right here on!

Tonight, Katie Taylor put her 20-0 record on the line against Amanda Serrano inside the iconic Madison Square Garden. There was a $1 million bet on the line between these two ladies’ respective promoters, Eddie Hearn and Jake Paul.

If Taylor won, Hearns would get $1 million from Serrano’s promoter Paul. If Serrano won, it is Hearns who would cough up the milli to the YouTuber.

You can read up on the face-to-face interview between Paul and Hearns right here. You can also view the face-to-face between Taylor and Serrano here and their pre-fight press conference here.

Finally, you can check out the highlights from the first female boxing headliner in MSG history below!

Katie Taylor def. Amanda Serrano

Below, you can check out the full lineup for tonight’s card.

  • Katie Taylor def. Amanda Serrano via split decision (94-96, 96-93, 97-93)
  • Liam Smith TKOs Jessie Vargas: R10, 0:41
  • Franchon Crews-Dezurn def. Elin Cederroos via unanimous decision (97-93, 99-91×2)
  • Galal Yafai def. Miguel Cartagena: R2 (Corner stoppage)
  • Austin Williams def. Chordale Booker via TKO R1, 2:25
  • Reshat Mati def. Joe Eli Hernandez via unanimous decision (80-72×3)
  • Skye Nicolson def. Paisley Davis via unanimous decision (60-53×3)
  • Khalil Coe def. William Langston via unanimous decision (58-56, 59-55, 60-54)

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Smith shines in Ducks win - University of Oregon Athletics

EUGENE, Ore. — Tanner Smith stole the show in Oregon's 8-3 win over California in Pac-12 Conference play on Saturday at PK Park.
The Ducks' left fielder had four hits, drove in a pair of runs and scored twice, but it was his leaping catch in left field that robbed Cal's Dylan Beavers of a two-run home run that may have been his biggest contribution. With a runner on first, Smith snatched the ball from over the left-field wall to prevent Cal from cutting the lead to one in the seventh inning.
How It Happened: Isaac Ayon battled out of first inning trouble, holding the Golden Bears (20-22, 10-13 Pac-12) to a single run in the frame despite giving up a home run and a double to the first two batters. Ayon struck out the three-hole hitter, before getting a ground out and a pop out to keep the Ducks (28-14, 13-7) within a run early.
Oregon snatched the lead in its half of the inning, scoring five runs off Cal starter Joseph King (3-3). Smith reached on an infield hit to lead off the Ducks' half of an inning, before moving to third on a Drew Cowley double into the right-field corner. Smith tied the game scoring on a Brennan Milone ground out.
Jacob Walsh gave Oregon the lead driving in Cowley with a RBI single to right field. Oregon then got back-to-back doubles from Anthony Hall and Colby Shade to give Oregon a three-run lead. Josiah Cromwick made it 5-1 with a RBI single scoring Shade.
The teams traded runs in the second inning. Smith sparked the rally doubling with one out. He moved to third on a Cowley infield single before Milone picked up his second RBI in as many innings scoring Smith.
The Golden Bears added a run in the third, before the pitching took over. Neither team was able to bring a run across the plate in the fourth, fifth or sixth innings.
Cal had its chance in the seventh. Nathan Martorella walked with one out bringing Beavers, the Pac-12's leader in home runs with 14, to the plate. Beavers lifted the ball into the air in left-center field, but Smith timed it perfectly snagging the ball as it crossed over the outfield wall for the second out. Andrew Mosiello got another fly ball to Smith to end the inning.

Smith Robs HR no ball vs. Cal
The Ducks put the game away in the bottom of the seventh, and again Smith got the hit when it mattered. Hall led off the inning with a single, stole second and moved to third on a Shade comebacker. After Cromwick grounded out to short for the second out, Gavin Grant walked and moved to second on a wild pitch putting two runners in scoring position.

Smith worked the count full, and then slapped one between the shortstop and third baseman scoring both Hall and Grant to make the lead five.
Caleb Sloan pitched the final two innings, allowing just one base runner to clinch the series for Oregon.
Box Score Notes: Ayon (3-1) picked up the win allowing just two earned runs in 6.0 innings pitched … He tied a career high with seven strikeouts and had his sixth quality start of the season, and third in a row at home … The Ducks finished with 16 hits, with all nine starters contributing at least one … Smith's two-RBI single in the seventh was his 200th career hit … His two RBI were numbers 100 and 101 of his career … Smith (4-for-5, 2 RBI, 2 R) had his 57th career multi-hit game, moving him into a tie for third all-time at Oregon with Ryon Healy (2011-130 … Cowley (3-for-5, R) has multiple hits in both games of the series and now has multiple hits in 11 of the 21 games he has played in this year … Hall (2-for-5, RBI, 2 R) also has multiple hits in both Cal games … The Ducks did not homer for the fourth consecutive game, the club's longest long-ball drought.
Up Next: The Ducks will look for the series sweep tomorrow against Cal. First pitch is at 12:05 p.m.

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WWE Releases Dakota Kai From NXT Contract - Ringside News

WWE is hacking away at their roster once again and this time NXT is getting some tough cuts. Now Dakota Kai will be a free agent in 30 days.

According to Sean Ross Sapp, Dakota Kai had been released from her WWE NXT contract. Sadly, her last stint in NXT 2.0 was not enough to keep her around.

Fightful has learned Dakota Kai has been released by WWE.

WWE gave Kai a long look at a main roster call-up not too long ago, but it never transpired. She went back to NXT 2.0 instead and revamped her character a bit. Now her time with NXT is done, but her career in pro wrestling isn’t over by a long shot.

Naturally, everyone will crow that Kai needs to go to AEW, and that might be the case. We’ll just have to see what’s next for her at this point.

What’s your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!

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How to Watch Golf Online 2022: Live Stream PGA Tour Tournaments Free - Rolling Stone

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With the PGA Championship (May 16-22), US Open (June 13-19) and the Open Championship (July 11-17) on the horizon, it’s certainly an exciting time for golf fans. However, some might be left wondering just how they can watch golf online and follow along.

We’ve put together a streaming guide that will detail how you can watch golf online, and find a free golf livestream if you’re looking to save some money. Here’s what you need to know.

How to Stream Golf Online

Whether you want to watch the weekly golf tournaments or the big events, there are a couple of different channels you can watch golf on, such as The Golf Channel, NBC Sports and ESPN among others. If you have a traditional cable package, you’ll be able to watch golf on TV.

A decent digital antenna (like this one from Amazon) will also get you all your local networks, like ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX to watch golf on network TV.

Cut the cord or prefer a way to live stream golf online? Below are a few services that will allow you to stream golf on your laptop, tablet or smart device, including Apple TV, Smart TVs and Roku devices.

1. Watch Golf on Sling TV

The Golf Channel has more golf coverage than all of the other networks combined, and with Sling TV you can watch it all, from the the US Open, local tournaments, original programming and even services that help recreational players.

Start with the Sling Orange package which includes ESPN and 30+ other channels to choose for just $35.00 a month (BONUS: Sling is currently offering 50% off your first month, bringing the price down to $17.50).

For an additional $11.00, you can get Sling’s Sports Extra add-on, which gets you access to to the Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, NBC Golf and other big sports channels like the MLB Network and NBA TV.

Buy: Sling Orange Subscription at $17.50

2. Watch Golf on Hulu + Live TV

If you’re looking for an extremely comprehensive option, Hulu + Live TV is the way to go. For $69.99 a month, you can stream live golf on ESPN and NBC’s Golf Channel with limited ad interruption, along with more than 75 other on-demand TV channels and up to 50 hours of Cloud DVR storage in case you need to record and watch later.

If that wasn’t enough, you’ll also enjoy access to ESPN+, Disney+ and Hulu’s extensive library, with available add-ons from HBO Max, STARZ and more.

Buy: Hulu + Live TV Subscription at $69.99

3. Watch Golf on fuboTV

For just $69.99 a month, fuboTV offers access to more than 100 channels, 35 of which are centered on just sports. The Golf Channel, ESPN, Olympic Channel, NBC and CBS are all included, meaning you won’t miss a major match or tournament. The additional 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage included at no additional charge makes fuboTV the best place to watch golf online.

Buy: fuboTV Subscription at $69.99

4. Watch Golf on DirectTV Stream

You can access both The Golf Channel and ESPN through DirectTV Stream’s Choice package. Use it to stream golf online and watch more than 90 other live TV channels. You also get unlimited DVR cloud recording, in case you need to watch later. Right now, DirectTV is offering $30 off your first three months through the end of the month.

Buy: DirectTV Stream Subscription at $79.99

How to Stream Golf Online for Free

Subscriptions can start to feel like a luxury the more you sign up for but there are a few ways to watch golf online free. One way around this is to utilize a free trial that will allow you to save some money while finding a free golf live stream online.

1. Watch Golf Online Free with fuboTV Free Trial

FuboTV’s free trial, good for seven days from the time of signing up, will allow you to watch golf on ESPN, The Golf Channel and other networks for free. You can easily cancel before getting charged or choose to continue on at fubo’s $69.99 monthly rate.

Buy: 7-Day Free Trial at fuboTV

Upcoming Golf Schedule

We’re in the thick of the 2021-2022 PGA Tour, which will conclude at the end of the summer (August 28). Looking ahead, the PGA: Wells Fargo Championship will take place on May 5 through May 8, followed by the PGA AT&T Byron Nelson on May 12 through May 15. For the full schedule, visit

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Dove vedere Napoli-Sassuolo in TV o in streaming: SKY o DAZN?

DOVE VEDERE NAPOLI SASSUOLO – Dopo la cocente sconfitta del Castellani contro l’Empoli, il Napoli dovrà subito riscattarsi per ottenere la qualificazione matematica alla prossima UEFA Champions League. La prossima avversaria degli uomini di Spalletti sarà il Sassuolo, reduce dalla sconfitta interna contro la Juventus e senza particolari ambizioni, con la zona Europa lontana 10 punti.

Le due squadre si sfideranno domani, 30 marzo alle ore 15:00, allo Stadio Diego Armando Maradona di Napoli in occasione della 35ª giornata di campionato.

Napoli-Sassuolo, i precedenti

Quello della prossima giornata sarà il 18º incontro tra Napoli e Sassuolo. Questi i precedenti tra le due squadre:

  • 8 vittorie Napoli
  • 7 pareggi 
  • 2 vittorie Sassuolo

SSC Napoli, il rendimento delle due squadre

Nonostante gli ultimi risultati abbiano di fatto tagliato fuori il Napoli dalla corsa Scudetto, la squadra di Spalletti può ancora puntare alla qualificazione alla prossima Champions League. Serviranno 5 punti (su 12 disponibili) nelle ultime quattro gare per la sicurezza matematica.

Nelle ultime 3 gare gli azzurri hanno totalizzato soltanto 1 punto, perdendo contro Fiorentina ed Empoli e pareggiando contro la Roma. Il momento di forma non è dei migliori, ma contro il Sassuolo servirà una vittoria per dare ossigeno alla classifica e ritrovare 3 punti che mancano dalla sfida contro l’Atalanta dello scorso 3 aprile. Dove vedere Napoli Sassuolo

Il Sassuolo di Dionisi è stato elogiato da appassionati e addetti ai lavori per tutto il corso della stagione, ma con una classifica tranquilla i neroverdi hanno un po’ tirato i remi in barca. Sono 3 le sconfitte (contro Lazio, Cagliari e Juventus) nelle ultime 4 giornate (di mezzo una vittoria contro l’Atalanta).

Dove vedere Napoli Udinese
Dove vedere Napoli Udinese

Dove vedere Napoli Udinese: SKY o DAZN?

La gara tra Napoli e Sassuolo, valida per la 35ª giornata di Serie A, andrà in scena sabato 30 aprile alle ore 15:00 allo Stadio Diego Armando Maradona di Napoli. Ma come sarà possibile seguire il match? Napoli-Sassuolo sarà trasmessa in diretta e in esclusiva da DAZN. Disponendo di un account DAZN, la partita sarà comodamente visibile da casa.

In alternativa, il match tra Napoli e Sassuolo potrà essere seguito anche in streaming scaricando l’app di DAZN su smartphone, tablet, XBOX, PS4, PS5 o PC.

La telecronaca di Napoli-Udinese sarà affidata a Pierluigi Pardo, commento tecnico di Massimo Gobbi. Il pre-partita di Napoli-Sassuolo inizia 30 minuti prima del match, con tutte le ultime novità dallo stadio, le formazioni e le analisi sui temi principali della partita.

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Strasbourg vs. PSG: Ligue 1 live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, news, odds, time

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Paris Saint-Germain are on the road this week traveling to Eastern France to face RC Strasbourg Alsace in Ligue 1 knowing that their record-equaling 10th French title is already assured. Julien Stephan's men are desperate for points in the hunt for continental qualification while Mauricio Pochettino's side have nothing left to play for. Will the Argentine experiment with youth, or try to finish the season as strongly as possible?

Here is how you can watch the match and what to know:

Viewing information

  • Date: Friday, Apr. 29 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • Location: Stade de la Meinau -- Strasbourg, France
  • TV: beIN Sports USA
  • Live Stream: FuboTV (try for free)
  • Odds: Strasbourg +220; Draw +250; PSG +115 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

Team news

Strasbourg: Dimitri Lienard, Jean-Eudes Aholou, and Ismael Doukoure are back for the hosts while Nordine Kandil, Marvin Elimbi, and Abdul Majeed Waris all miss out.

PSG: Mauro Icardi, Julian Draxler, Leandro Paredes, Abdou Diallo, and Colin Dagba are all out injured while Idrissa Gueye is suspended for the trip.


Strasbourg: With just one win from their last four in Ligue 1, Racing must pick up points once more if they want to guarantee European soccer next season. Competition is strong for continental berths at present and RC Lens showed last week in Paris that the champions can be a source of points at this stage of the campaign.

PSG: With the title now confirmed, there is not likely to be much motivation within the group despite a five-match unbeaten run. Pochettino's future is up in the air while there is no resolution yet over Kylian Mbappe's ending contract either, although the Argentine head coach suggested on Thursday that both men will be at Parc des Princes next season.

"It is 100% in both cases," said Pochettino. "There are no discussions outside the normal with the leadership. We have a good relationship and communicate well together. We work hard together and are thinking about the future."


The hosts will be hungry for this one while the visitors' minds will likely be elsewhere. A draw would not be impossible, but do not be surprised to see Stephan's men claim all three points.

Pick: Strasbourg 2-1 PSG.

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NFL Draft live stream: How to watch the 2022 draft free without cable | Sporting News

For the first time, Las Vegas will be the site of the NFL Draft. The bright lights of the city will make for a unique backdrop as the next crop of young talent enters the league.

As has been the case in recent years, there is a bevy of options for NFL fans to watch the draft, including cable subscriptions, apps and streaming platforms. The 2022 NFL Draft — 262 selections and seven rounds — will begin Thursday, April 28, at 8 p.m. ET and run through Saturday, April 30.

The event will be carried by ABC, ESPN and NFL Network. That means viewers will have multiple streaming options for the draft as well, including through ESPN and the NFL's digital platforms. ABC, ESPN and NFL Network will each cover the event through the first two days, with ABC simulcasting ESPN's coverage on Day 3.

MORE: Watch the NFL Draft live with fuboTV (free trial)

Mike Greenberg will be ESPN's host for the second consecutive year. The broadcast will feature draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. — appearing virtually after opting to not receive the COVID-19 vaccine — as well as NFL analysts Louis Riddick and Booger McFarland. Chris Mortensen will be the primary reporter and insider, while Suzy Kolber will conduct interviews. Adam Schefter will not take part in this year's coverage; he will be attending his son's college graduation.

The NFL Network broadcast team will be Rich Eisen, Daniel Jeremiah and Charles Davis on the main set, with guest hosts appearing on different days.

The ABC team will be more college football-centric. Rece Davis will anchor Thursday and Friday's main draft coverage, while Sam Ponder and Jesse Palmer will host from ABC's secondary desk. Todd McShay, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard will offer insight from the main desk, while Robert Griffin III will join Ponder and Palmer. Pete Thamel will serve as a reporter.

Here's everything you need to know to watch the 2022 NFL Draft:

Live picks tracker7-round mock draft | Top 200 big board

NFL Draft live streams 2022

The NFL Draft can be streamed via YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now and fuboTV. All carry at least one of the networks broadcasting the 2022 NFL Draft.

Those with connected TV devices, such as Xbox, PlayStation, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku, can stream the NFL Draft with the NFL, ABC or ESPN apps (with authentication from participating TV providers). Similar options are available for those with mobile devices and tablets; they also include the NFL Network App.

Live streams of the NFL Draft will be available on computers and laptops, with authentication from participating TV providers, at, WatchESPN and

Platform NFL Draft? Cable/satellite login needed?
YouTube TV Yes No
Hulu + Live TV Yes No
Sling TV Yes No
AT&T TV Now Yes No
AT&T Watch TV No
fuboTV Yes No
Xbox (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps) Yes Yes
PlayStation (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps) Yes Yes
Amazon Fire TV (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps) Yes Yes
Android TV (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps) Yes Yes
Apple TV (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps) Yes Yes
Roku (NFL/ABC/ESPN Apps) Yes Yes
Mobile devices/tablets (NFL/NFLN/ABC/ESPN Apps) Yes Yes
Computers (, WatchESPN, Yes Yes

In Canada, the NFL Draft can be streamed live on DAZN. It includes NFL Network coverage and offers a free-trial period for new subscribers.

How to live stream the 2022 NFL Draft free without cable

Anyone with access to ABC, a broadcast TV network, can watch the entire NFL Draft free without cable.

Those without access to broadcast TV can stream the draft free with YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV and fuboTV by signing up for a free trial.

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NFL draft tracker 2022: Analysis on every pick in the first round

The 2022 NFL draft, i.e. the league's 87th annual "Player Selection Meeting," and its myriad mysteries are finally here.

Perhaps appropriate that an event that leads so many teams to hit blackjack and comes up snake eyes for quite a few others is being staged for the first time in Las Vegas, which was originally supposed to host the draft in 2020 until the COVID-19 pandemic scrapped those plans. However, the Sin City backdrop should make the visuals uniquely spectacular this year.

The intrigue should also be rampant given the number of trades that have already impacted the draft with more sure to come.

Now, to the picks:

2022 NFL draft tracker: First-round picks

What a year it’s been already for the 6-5, 272-pounder. After winning a national title with the Bulldogs, he took the NFL scouting combine by storm, laying down a 4.51 40 time and posting a 35½-inch vertical leap. Those physical traits and a sublime ability to move in space for such a big man have vaulted Walker from little-known lineman all the way to the top of this draft. Walker’s three-year production in college (9½ sacks, 13 tackles for losses) was a red flag to some, however being part of such a deep rotation while often being asked to work inside or even drop into coverage certainly depressed his numbers to some degree. But the Jags are clearly banking on future potential over past production with this selection. And Walker plans to deliver the goods, telling me last week: "Whoever passes up on me – to each his own. But you're definitely making a mistake if you don't draft me." This is the first draft since 2017 where a non-quarterback has been chosen No. 1.

2. Detroit Lions – DE Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan

He’s the No. 1 overall player on many draft boards even if he might not have the ceiling of Walker. But Hutchinson is closer to a finished product, the All-American and Heisman Trophy finalist setting a Wolverines single-season record with 14 sacks in 2021 while also posting 51 hurries. Hutchinson, who has a non-stop motor, was also a two-time team captain in Ann Arbor – and should help establish the kind of culture coach Dan Campbell and the Lions are seeking. A 6-7, 260-pounder with 4.7 speed and an engaging personality, the Plymouth, Michigan, native could instantly become the face of a franchise that needs one. A 29th-ranked defense that had the league's third-fewest sacks in 2021 (30) and recently let go of oft-injured DE Trey Flowers should reap the benefits. The last time defensive players went 1-2 in a draft was 2000.

3. Houston Texans – CB Derek Stingley Jr., LSU

Three years ago, he was perceived as a top-five talent following a stellar freshman season. Now that's come to pass after a circuitous journey. His talents as a cover man are undeniable and were apparent for the 2019 national champions, for whom he had six interceptions, earning All-American honors for his efforts. But Lisfranc surgery limited him to three games in 2021 – a year after he was slowed by ankle issues. But a promising showing at LSU's pro day – Stingley unofficially ran a 4.37 40 earlier this month – apparently allayed concerns about his health and readiness to play. GM Nick Caserio and new Texans coach Lovie Smith interestingly begin rebuilding their defense with a lockdown corner instead of a pass rusher.

4. New York Jets – CB Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner, Cincinnati

A franchise that's been looking for Darrelle Revis' successor for the past half-decade should benefit greatly from the 6-3, 190-pounder Gardner, who never surrendered a TD pass for the Bearcats. In fact, his interception-to-TDs allowed ratio in college was nine to 0. The 2021 AAC Defensive Player of the Year, who has 4.4 speed to go with his great length, didn't allow 60 catches in three seasons for the Bearcats. The consensus All-American allowed only 20 receptions in 2021, picked off three passes and – evidence of his all-around game – posted 40 tackles and three sacks. He's not going to sustain that kind of shutdown rep in a division now featuring WRs Tyreek Hill and Stefon Diggs, but he'd certainly upgrade the league's worst defense, both in terms of points and yards allowed in 2021. The last time defensive players went 1-4 in a draft was 1991.

5. New York Giants – DE Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon

Given his off-field aspirations, including a post-football career in broadcasting among other ventures (including crypto), the former Ducks star probably couldn't hope to land in a better market ... assuming, of course, he brings all of his prodigious talent to bear in The Big Apple. Perhaps the prize of the 2019 high school recruiting class, Thibodeaux might have more potential than any other player in this draft but will have to dispel questions about his dedication to the game and what appears a lack of hustle at times. In 30 games at Oregon, the 6-4, 254-pounder had 19 sacks and 35½ TFLs, thanks in part to the 2021 All-American's tremendous first step. Big Blue had 34 sacks and 53 TFLs in 2021, so a difference maker of Thibodeaux's stature will certainly be welcome. He and Azeez Ojulari (8 sacks as a rookie in 2021) should form a nice, young edge combo.

6. Carolina Panthers – OT Ikem ‘Ickey’ Ekwonu, North Carolina State

Generally viewed as this draft’s top tackle prospect, good luck finding anyone who thinks there’s a better run blocker coming out than Ekwonu. The All-American coming down Tobacco Road has some refinement to do in pass protection, but this 6-4 310-pounder has the sweet feet and athleticism (4.9 40 time) to fulfill his vast expectations. He addresses a huge need for Carolina, which isn't scheduled to select again until late in Round 4, and might give QB Sam Darnold a fighting chance to succeed if the offense's other weapons – namely RB Christian McCaffrey – are ready to go in 2022.

7. Giants (from Chicago Bears) – OT Evan Neal, Alabama

Yet another All-American – one who won a ring with the Tide in 2020 – the 6-8, 337-pounder might be the most user friendly of the incoming blockers. Taken with the pick acquired in last year's Justin Fields trade with the Bears, Neal has extensive experience at left tackle, right tackle and guard and is effective both in the run game and pass protection. He'll likely plug into the right side given 2020 first-rounder Andrew Thomas seems settled as the Giants' left tackle. This new-look like line should give embattled QB Daniel Jones – his fifth-year option was declined Thursday – RB Saquon Barkley and a fleet of receivers a much better to succeed in 2022.

8. Atlanta Falcons – WR Drake London, USC

The 2021 trade of Julio Jones, 2022 suspension of Calvin Ridley and free agent departure of Russell Gage evidently moved wideout right to the top of GM Terry Fontenot's wish list. A 6-4, 219-pounder, London reminds many of Tampa Bay's Mike Evans, partially due to their basketball backgrounds. London and 2021 first-round TE Kyle Pitts should provide new QB Marcus Mariota quite a pair of capable rebounders – "twin towers" as London said Thursday. He had 88 catches for 1,084 yards and seven scores in eight games for the Trojans in 2021 before a broken ankle cut his season short.

9. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos) – OT Charles Cross, Mississippi State

Coach Pete Carroll and GM John Schneider hope the trade of QB Russell Wilson starts paying off here. It sure seems like Carroll wants to get back to running the ball and playing suffocating defense, things the Seahawks often struggled to do in the latter part of Wilson's reign. However in Cross, a first-team all SEC selection in 2021, they get a 6-5, 307-pounder who excels in pass protection. That's usually what he did in Starkville for Mike Leach’s Air Raid offense. (Per PFF, Cross was in pass pro 719 times last season.) Should be good news for Drew Lock, or whomever is Seattle's QB in 2022, and Cross takes over the post vacated by unsigned free agent Duane Brown. But remains to be seen if he can help take this offense back to what it was a decade ago.

10. Jets (from Seahawks) – WR Garrett Wilson, Ohio State

GM Joe Douglas is banking a (Zach) Wilson-to-Wilson connection gets this sputtering offense back on track in 2022. Garrett Wilson is widely considered as the top receiver in this draft, featuring 4.38 speed. A 6-foot, 183-pounder, he's effective both outside and from the slot and is especially dangerous after the catch, scoring 13 TDs last season (one as a rusher). He, second-year man Elijah Moore and veteran Corey Davis could make this air attack interesting.

11. New Orleans Saints (from Washington Commanders) – WR Chris Olave, Ohio State

The Saints make their second move up the board this month following an earlier deal with the Eagles. Thursday night, they sent the Commanders the No. 16 pick plus a third- and fourth-rounder in order to select Olave. This seems to feed the notion New Orleans is collecting players to compete in the NFC now rather than finding a long-term successor for retired QB Drew Brees. Olave's speed and smooth route running could eventually make him a clear-cut No. 1 target, not to mention his ability to find the end zone – that occurring 32 times in his last 33 games for Ohio State. But in the near term, he'd be a dangerous complement to fellow former Buckeyes WR Michael Thomas and RB Alvin Kamara.

12. Lions (from Minnesota Vikings) – WR Jameson Williams, Alabama

Detroit moves up by flipping the 32nd pick to the division rival Vikes – they also swapped second-rounders and Minnesota adds one in Round 3 – in order to upgrade their receiving corps with Williams, who might well have been this draft's No. 1 wideout had he not torn an ACL in the Tide's national championship game loss to Georgia. While healthy, Williams was remarkably productive in 2021, averaging 100 receiving yards and a TD catch per game. His explosiveness has drawn comparisons to Hill, and his recovery from that knee surgery seems to be ahead of schedule. Williams and WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, who caught 90 passes as a rookie in 2021, suddenly give QB Jared Goff a nifty tandem of targets to mix in with Pro Bowl TE T.J. Hockenson.

13. Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland Browns via Texans) – DT Jordan Davis, Georgia

Philly offloads some mid-round picks to Houston to come up two spots for Davis, perhaps the best-known player from the Bulldogs' epic 2021 defense. A 6-6, 341-pound All-American who somehow ran a 4.78 40 at the combine, Davis can crush a pocket and is an elite run stuffer. Philadelphia will need such an anchor with DTs Fletcher Cox and Javon Hargrave headed for free agency next year. However Davis will likely need to keep the weight down to blossom into a star who doesn't have to regularly come off the field, particularly on passing downs.

14. Baltimore Ravens – S Kyle Hamilton, Notre Dame

He's 6-4 and 220 pounds with sub-4.6 speed and can shore up deficiencies at the second and/or third levels. Hamilton can provide coverage, a box presence, blitzing ability and an intimidation factor – and easily toggles between every level of the field based on the versatility he displayed for the Irish. He and newly signed Marcus Williams give Baltimore a sweet new safety combo in a division that will mean constant matchups with Cincy QB Joe Burrow and Cleveland's Deshaun Watson. Many draft observers rated Hamilton as a top-five talent who was undercut by the general positional value of safeties.

While the Ravens were at it, they traded WR Marquise "Hollywood" Brown and a third-rounder to the Cardinals for the 23rd pick.

15. Texans (from Miami Dolphins via Eagles) – OL Kenyon Green, Texas A&M

He played every O-line position but center for the Aggies in 2021 but took most of his college snaps at left guard, where he'll probably remain in Houston. Still, that kind of versatility – and a nice streak of nastiness – will be a valuable asset to an offense under construction after ranking dead last in 2021.

16. Commanders (from Indianapolis Colts via Eagles and Saints) – WR Jahan Dotson, Penn State

The 5-11, 178-pounder with 4.4 speed and supple hands is either a great complement to established Commanders WR Terry McLaurin ... or his eventual replacement as WR1 in D.C. Dotson, who should significantly expand the field for new QB Carson Wentz, can also add pop as a returner.

17. Los Angeles Chargers – OL Zion Johnson, Boston College

Strong as an ox (combine-high 32 repetitions on the 225-pound bench press) but with light feet, Johnson can line up at guard or tackle. Whether he goes inside or mans right tackle opposite last year's first-rounder, stellar LT Rashawn Slater, budding superstar QB Justin Herbert and an offense that likes to sling the rock are thankful beneficiaries.

18. Tennessee Titans (from Saints via Eagles) – WR Treylon Burks, Arkansas

The AFC South champs pull a shocker, shipping Pro Bowl WR A.J. Brown to Philadelphia for this selection (and a third-rounder). Per reports, Brown also signed a contract extension with the Eagles. Back in Nashville, Burks is a similar (if bigger) player to Brown, able to make things happen once the ball's in his hands. Perhaps 4.55-second 40 speed is unremarkable for his position, but the momentum it generates for a 6-2, 225-pounder who's also been compared to Deebo Samuel could be distinctive. Burks averaged more than 16 yards per reception in each of his three seasons with the Razorbacks, and he has 18 TDs among his past 117 grabs. As a rookie he should see a fair share of man coverage against defenses designed to stop RB Derrick Henry.

19. Saints (from Eagles) – OT Trevor Penning, Northern Iowa

A talented, nasty player for the blind side, he'll remind Saints fans of Kyle Turley and hopefully help them forget about departed LT Terron Armstead. The 6-7, 325-pound Penning comes with bad intentions, his play-to-the-whistle mentality evident at the Senior Bowl, where Penning ruffled some feathers. But QB Jameis Winston and teammates should love him … assuming Penning makes a smooth transition from the FCS level.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers – QB Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh

After so many (including this analyst) connected Liberty QB Malik Willis to Pittsburgh for months, the Steelers opt to go with Pickett, who's trained in the facility they share with the Pitt Panthers for years. Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin had expressed a desire for a mobile quarterback, and Pickett's athleticism is certainly underrated. But the calling cards of perhaps this draft's most NFL-ready passer are poise, accuracy, a quick release and production (4,319 yards and 42 TDs passing in 2021). It will be interesting to see how long Pickett, who will be 24 in June, sits behind veteran Mitch Trubisky, who came aboard during free agency on a two-year, $14.3 million deal. Fascinating times as the Steelers forge ahead into the post-Roethlisberger era.

21. Kansas City Chiefs (from New England Patriots) – CB Trent McDuffie, Washington

The latest in a long line of quality Huskies corners, he has 4.4 speed, elite cover skills, smarts and the versatility to play in just about any scheme. K.C., which moves up here for McDuffie, lost Charvarius Ward and Mike Hughes in free agency and clearly desired more corner help given all the offensive firepower that's migrated into the AFC West.

22. Green Bay Packers (from Las Vegas Raiders) – LB Quay Walker, Georgia

A versatile 'backer from that elite Bulldogs D, Travon Walker told me that Quay Walker was the 'Dawg to look out for once he reached the pros. Quay Walker can line up off the ball, on the edge or even handle occasional slot duty. Look for him to settle in next to All-Pro LB De'Vondre Campbell on a Pack defense that should be formidable in 2022.

23. Buffalo Bills (from Arizona Cardinals via Ravens) – CB Kaiir Elam, Florida

The Bills rise two spots, at the expense of a fourth-rounder to get Elam, who has extensive NFL bloodlines. His father, Abram, played in the league for seven years; his uncle, Matt Elam, was a first-round pick of the Ravens in 2013. Kaiir Elam is a big (6-2, 191), fast (4.39 40) corner who should not only become an instant starter for the NFL's No. 1 defense, but provide insurance as Pro Bowl CB Tre'Davious White recovers from ACL surgery. Elam was slowed by a knee injury himself last season but broke up 11 passes in 12 games in 2020.

24. Dallas Cowboys – OT Tyler Smith, Tulsa

Jerry Jones and Co. embark on needed repairs to a formerly elite offensive line. Smith was exclusively a left tackle for the Golden Hurricane but is probably headed for the right side in the NFL – at least as long as perennial Pro Bowl LT Tyron Smith remains in Big D. A good omen for Tyler Smith? The Cowboys have drafted a future Pro Bowler with 10 of their past 12 first-round selections.

25. Ravens (from Bills) – C Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa

After a bit of maneuvering, Baltimore adds last season's Rimington Trophy winner to their O-line. Though knocked for his short arms, Linderbaum is a plus athlete that might remind some of Eagles C Jason Kelce.

26. Jets (from Titans) – OLB/DE Jermaine Johnson II, Florida State

New York gives up a second-rounder and a Round 5 choice to Tennessee, along with a flip of thirds, to secure Johnson for a pass rush that badly needs a player of his caliber. Johnson blossomed into the ACC Defensive Player last season after transferring from Georgia. The 6-5, 262-pounder could form a nice bookend opposite Carl Lawson, assuming the veteran recovers from the Achilles tear suffered during last year's preseason. Johnson dazzled at the combine with a sub-4.6 40 time, that coming off a season when he tallied 11½ sacks and 17½ TFLs. The Jets had only 33 sacks in 2021.

27. Jaguars (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) – LB Devin Lloyd, Utah

The Jags climb back into Round 1 for the Pac-12's reigning Defensive Player of the Year. Lloyd had seven sacks ands 22 TFLs for last year's Pac-12 champions but is also stellar in coverage and the kind of leader this team needs on the defensive side. He'll immediately fill the void created after LB Myles Jack was released in March. Sure appears this franchise is getting on track after a disastrous 2021.

28. Packers – DT Devonte Wyatt, Georgia

He'll reunite with Bulldogs teammate Quay Walker with the NFC North champs. Cat quick despite his 6-3, 304-pound build, Wyatt can operate in multiple fronts and roles. And, like former linemate Travon Walker, his stats (5 sacks, 12 TFLs in four seasons) at Georgia probably suffered due to the Bulldogs' rotation. The Pack don't have quite the same depth, but a quartet of Wyatt, Kenny Clark, Jarran Reed and Dean Lowry ain't bad.

29. Patriots (from San Francisco 49ers via Dolphins and Chiefs) – OL Cole Strange, Tennessee-Chattanooga

A highly competitive interior lineman – though he did play some left tackle in 2021 – who distinguished himself at the Senior Bowl, he probably takes over at right guard following the trade of Shaq Mason. Strange only allowed one sack over the past three seasons.

30. Chiefs – DE George Karlaftis, Purdue

He might not be that twitchy or nuanced as a pass rusher but is strong and relentless. Karlaftis could do a lot of damage breaking in on passing downs and augmenting a rush led by DE Frank Clark and DT Chris Jones. In two full seasons (2019, 2021) for the Boilermakers, Karlaftis compiled 13 sacks, 32 QB hits and 64 hurries. Maybe in a year, he's ready to replace Clark and his $21 million salary for 2023.

31. Cincinnati Bengals – DB Daxton Hill, Michigan

Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin recently said the AFC champs didn't need any starters, and Hill might have to sub in behind established players like S Jessie Bates and nickelback Mike Hilton. Hill's 4.38-second 40-yard-dash speed is an asset from the slot, box or center field and probably ensures his snap count steadily increases over the course of his rookie year. And with Bates on the franchise tag, Hill could take his spot permanently in a year.

32. Vikings (from Los Angeles Rams via Lions) – S Lewis Cine, Georgia

So a first round that began with a Bulldogs defender also ends with one. A 6-2, 200-pounder with 4.4 speed, Cine is an enforcer in the deep half. But he can also operate near the line or cover from the slot. He and Harrison Smith ought to be a formidable safety duo for a Minnesota team that's been betrayed by its defense in recent seasons.


Follow USA TODAY Sports' Nate Davis on Twitter @ByNateDavis.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: NFL draft 2022: Live news, analysis on picks throughout first round

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First-round grades: Judging every pick

1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Travon Walker, EDGE, Georgia — We’ll be debating this pick for years, passing on more proven commodities such as Aidan Hutchinson. An atypical No. 1 overall selection, Walker nonetheless possesses the raw power, freaky athleticism and ideal length to be a star one day. But his pass rushing effectiveness remains an area that will require development, so expecting big sack totals early on might be foolhardy. Can Walker be a franchise pillar? That remains to be seen. Grade: C+

2. Detroit Lions: Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan — The hometown kid is now a nearly instant Lions hero. No pressure? Well, Hutchinson looked completely in control during Michigan’s playoff drive and his Heisman campaign. And he maintained an excellent level of play all season. He’s a good rusher, great run defender and becomes one of Dan Campbell’s key young guys. Grade: B+

3. Houston Texans: Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU — This one started crystallizing a few weeks ago when the Texans were said to be looking hard at corner — and specifically at Stingley. His past two seasons have been forgettable and injury-plagued, but the talent is too alluring here. Stingley covered Ja’Marr Chase every day in practice in 2019 and won a lot of those battles. Can he do it in the NFL? If he fails, it won’t be because of talent. Grade: B

4. New York Jets: Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner, CB, Cincinnati — It feels like the Jets knew the Texans were taking Stingley, so if they wanted a top corner, they could not wait with the Giants coming up next. Gardner’s career production has been wild the past three years: nine INTs, 0 TDs allowed. He’s a great fit as a zone corner in Robert Saleh’s defense, so it’s hard to gripe with the pick. Grade: B

5. New York Giants: Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon — At the NFL scouting combine, Thibodeaux was asked who his toughest interview was with. His answer: the Giants. They wanted to know what he was made of. The talent speaks for itself. Will he be too big for the Big Apple? First-year Giants general manager Joe Schoen makes a bold bet on “no” with his first selection in the captain’s chair. Bold, bold maiden pick, but he’s the pass rusher the Giants need. Grade: B+

The New York Giants added pass rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux with the first of their two top-10 picks. (AP Photo/John Locher )
The New York Giants added pass rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux with the first of their two top-10 picks. (AP Photo/John Locher )

6. Carolina Panthers: Ikem Ekwonu, OT, North Carolina State — The Charlotte native will save on moving costs. The Panthers made the smart move here, taking OL help over reaching for a QB. Ekwonu’s pass protection, despite taking a jump in 2021, remains unrefined. But his upside is high, starting with his pile-driving run blocking. He’s also a smart, charismatic young man with a great work ethic. Grade: B-

7. New York Giants (from Chicago Bears): Evan Neal, OT, Alabama — We thought they’d go OL first, then pass rusher, given the Panthers were on deck at No. 6. But they still got a top-tier talent who is more ready Day 1 than the player taken one spot ahead of him. Neal is a multi-position blocker with starting experience at both tackle spots and guard. He’s highly strong and explosive but lacks lateral quickness. Still, gotta love the pick, even if they went at it oddly. Grade: B+

8. Atlanta Falcons: Drake London, WR, USC — Once London worked out a few weeks ago following an injury that ended his 2021 season and prevented him from working out at the combine, the Falcons likely felt a lot better about this pairing. They’re forming a basketball team in Atlanta, with Kyle Pitts at the 5, London at the 4 and Marcus Mariota the point guard. This is a big, athletic duo that can win almost every jump ball imaginable. But is London the best WR option? Jameson Williams is tough to pass on, injury or not. Grade: C+

9. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos): Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State — We have no problem with this pick. Cross wasn’t our favorite OT prospect, but he has sweet feet and is a natural pass protector, even as a redshirt sophomore. But as a run blocker? We just don’t know. Is Pete Carroll going to start slinging the rock now that Russell Wilson is gone? It’s a departure from the type of tackle the Seahawks typically have gone for. Grade: C+

10. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks): Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State — It’s no shock they went receiver here, having struck out on Tyreek Hill and other potential upgrades. Wilson should step in as part of a four-WR group that includes Corey Davis, Elijah Moore and Braxton Berrios. Now Zach Wilson feels more like he did at BYU: with receiving options all over the field. I’d be shocked if Wilson isn’t at least a very respectable pass catcher. Grade: B+

11. New Orleans Saints (from Washington Commanders): Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State — Our first trade! The Saints wheeled into the 16 and 19 slots before the draft and landed this pick from the Commanders on the clock, sending Nos. 16, 98 and 110 overall to get it done. And they make it two straight Ohio State receivers off the board. Olave feels made for the turf — a smooth glider who could put up great numbers with improved QB play in New Orleans. Are we sure Sean Payton doesn’t want to come back? Grade: B

12. Detroit Lions (from Minnesota Vikings): Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama — Well, the Lions are rolling the dice in Vegas. Trading up into this spot is a big, bold move for GM Brad Holmes, and we’ve been saying for some time that they were going to add a receiver. This wasn’t the way we — or anyone else — imagined. Williams would have been our WR1 had it not been for the torn ACL, and Detroit is in no hurry to get him on the field. What a pivot here. Grade: A-

13. Philadelphia Eagles (from Houston Texans): Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia — Leapfrogging the Ravens (a team heavily connected with Davis), the Eagles miss out on a receiver but land this draft’s unicorn. He’s a dancing bear with rare athleticism for a man this massive. Can he rush the passer? Play more than 30-35 snaps per game? We don’t know. But the Eagles haven’t had a player like this in recent memory. This is a boom-or-bust pick, but we feel good about it. This can dramatically change the way teams attack the Eagles. Grade: B-

14. Baltimore Ravens: Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame — Every year it seems the Ravens just let the draft come to them. How? We’re talking an annual draft pastime. Hamilton would have been a steal at 11; at 14, he’s grand larceny. He’ll be a Day 1 post safety who can move into the slot or box as needed. The Ravens didn’t make enough plays in the secondary last season. This pick will change that. Grade: A

The Ravens stayed put and got a great prospect, as is their habit, in safety Kyle Hamilton. (AP Photo/Steve Luciano)
The Ravens stayed put and got a great prospect, as is their habit, in safety Kyle Hamilton. (AP Photo/Steve Luciano)

15. Houston Texans (from Philadelphia Eagles): Kenyon Green, OG, Texas A&M — Trading down earned Houston more draft capital. With a pass rusher on the board (Jermaine Johnson) whom we thought might be a nice fit there, the Texans instead took what feels like a reach with Green. Nice player with toughness and four-position versatility. He’ll start inside right away, we suspect. But this was someone whom other teams felt could last until deep in Round 1, perhaps farther. Grade: C-

16. Washington Commanders (from New Orleans Saints): Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State — They did a lot of work on Drake London and the Ohio State receivers, yet they pivoted to Dotson, who went a touch higher than we imagined. Still, with the receivers flying off the board, the Commanders couldn’t afford to get cute. Dotson catches everything and has deep speed from inside or out. He has very good potential early on — if Washington can salvage Carson Wentz. Grade: C+

17. Los Angeles Chargers: Zion Johnson, OG, Boston College — This is a fascinating pairing, one we didn’t see coming. Johnson was a tackle and guard at BC, but most NFL scouts believed his best spot in the pros was inside, at either guard or center. But the Chargers’ biggest OL vacancy is at right tackle. Hmm. We’ll reserve judgment on the positional fit and laud Johnson: a smart, savvy, competitive and high-character blocker. Justin Herbert’s O-line got better, but now we wait to hear where Johnson lines up. Grade: B-

18. Tennessee Titans (from Philadelphia Eagles): Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas — Wow, the Titans traded A.J. Brown to get to this spot, and added a player with a similar build in Burks, who is a big, physically blessed wideout who wins with force and determination. Some even have compared him to Brown, but we’re not so sure. Burks had a simple route tree in college, with many of his touches schemed up. Having Robert Woods as a teammate helps, but Burks might not immediately be ready for a typical starter’s role. Grade: C

19. New Orleans Saints (from Philadelphia Eagles): Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa — Remember Kyle Turley? The Saints just drafted his modern-day doppelganger. Penning is big, seriously nasty and a pain in the butt to deal with as a defender. He needs work in pass protection, can be penalty-prone and he steps into a big void with Terron Armstead gone. This is interesting as he fits from a need and temperament standpoint. Grade: B-

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh — Thirty-nine years ago, the Steelers passed on Dan Marino. The reason? It was too close to home, they said. The Rooneys still run the show, and they won’t pass on this Pitt QB. There’s an argument to be made over whether Pickett has the upside to be better than Malik Willis down the road. His college experience, elite competitiveness, solid athleticism and arm talent add up to a very reasonable pairing. Pickett could beat out Mitchell Trubisky early on and start for years. Grade: B

21. Kansas City Chiefs (from New England Patriots): Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington — This is not the Washington corner we thought it would end up with, but McDuffie is a hyper-competitive, fast, man-cover corner with a compact frame and ball skills. A pass rusher or receiver appeared to be on the docket, but how can we argue with the trade up here to get one of our favorite players? McDuffie brings a Tyrann Mathieu-caliber energy, which will work in Kansas City. Grade: B+

22. Green Bay Packers (from Las Vegas Raiders): Quay Walker, LB, Georgia — Packers fans will be angered by a linebacker here, but Walker is a giant, stalking, athletically blessed future green-dot player whose instincts remain underdeveloped. In time, he could be a monster, and the Packers have had a long-term vision with almost all their first-round picks under GM Brian Gutekunst. Grade: B-

23. Buffalo Bills (from Baltimore Ravens via Arizona Cardinals): Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida — A short jump up here to take a long, talented zone/press corner who is not yet 21 years old. Elam has some playmaking chops but can be handsy in coverage. We thought this might be for a safety, but the Bills show that they do in fact value the CB2 spot, which was in doubt. Elam wouldn’t have lasted much longer, but it's still a reach. Grade: C+

24. Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Smith, OT, Tulsa — The Tyler Smith buzz started in earnest a few months ago, but his stock really rose in recent weeks. We thought he might still get to Round 2, but with Zion Johnson — a popular Dallas pick — off the board, Smith likely was the Cowboys' next-rated OL prospect. He’s work in progress, no doubt, and quite penalty-prone, but could be dominant in time. He has rare back bend, power and aggressiveness. Grade: C+

25. Baltimore Ravens (from Buffalo Bills): Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa — GM Eric DeCosta didn’t even try to hide his love for Linderbaum at the scouting combine, comparing him to Marshal Yanda and calling him “the type of guy that can really be the centerpiece of your offensive line.” So much for subterfuge. The Kirk Ferentz connection made this pick an easy one. The Ravens don’t care if you know their plans. They get good players one way or another. Grade: B

26. New York Jets (from Tennessee Titans): Jermaine Johnson III, EDGE, Florida State — We’re stunned at Johnson’s fall. He was the best EDGE at the Senior Bowl, consistently bringing energy and terror for two impressive days. He’s not an elite pass rusher, but he attacks the ball very well, has a big motor and an alpha personality. With three first-rounders, the Jets have improved in three critical areas. Impressive stuff, Joe Douglas. Grade: A

27. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah — We thought Lloyd would come off the board in the 25-35 range, and he lands with the Jaguars, who traded up to get to this spot. Lloyd is a three-down playmaker and box-score stuffer with good size and athleticism who can be a bit clunky and a tick slow to react at times. This is another building block for a Jaguars defense that needs new blood. Grade: B-

28. Green Bay Packers: Devonte Wyatt, DT, Georgia — In our mock, we had Wyatt going to Green Bay with their first first-rounder, so it just took a bit longer at this spot. Wyatt is a quick-off-the-snap defensive lineman who put it all together in his final season, projecting as a valuable energy piece and disruptor up front. In Green Bay, he’ll play multiple techniques and work into a starting role, likely as a 5-technique. No receiver. Again. What is Aaron Rodgers drinking Thursday night? Grade: C+

29. New England Patriots (from Kansas City Chiefs): Cole Strange, OG, Chattanooga — Our 91st-ranked player, Strange screams Patriots … but also screams poor value. Of course, many people said the same thing when the Patriots took Logan Mankins in this same range many years ago. Strange is a highly intelligent, highly competitive interior blocker who might be the starting left guard from Day 1. But it’s a big jump in competition, and he was up and down at the Senior Bowl. Grade: C-

30. Kansas City Chiefs: George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue — Kansas City is better on defense now with McDuffie and Karlaftis, who is their type of high-energy power rusher. He has a limitless reserve of energy and strong hands, although his all-around game remains raw. Grade: B+

31. Cincinnati Bengals: Daxton Hill, S, Michigan — Love this fit. Hill can cover the slot and even be tried outside if the Bengals want. They addressed the offensive line in free agency, so the next logical spot was the secondary. Hill might be listed as a safety, but he can line up at multiple spots — in the box, deep or as the nickel. Excellent value here. Grade: A-

32. Minnesota Vikings (from Detroit Lions): Lewis Cine, S, Georgia — Low-key this was one of our favorite picks of Round 1. Trading down felt like the play for the Vikings at 12, but we had no idea they’d be able to go this far down and get a top-20 talent in Cine. He’ll pair with Harrison Smith as one of the best safety duos in the NFL. Outstanding first selection for Kwesi Adofo-Mensah. Cine will start for a decade. Grade: A

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Leicester-Roma dove vederla: Sky, DAZN o TV8? Canale tv, diretta streaming, formazioni ...

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• Partita: Leicester-Roma
• Data: giovedì 28 aprile 2022
• Orario: 21:00
• Canale TV: DAZN, Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport 4K e Sky Sport (canale 252)
• Streaming: DAZN, SkyGo e NOW

Il momento di fare sul serio è arrivato. La Roma si appresta ad affrontare il primo atto della semifinale contro il Leicester in Conference League. Giunta alla sua terza semifinale europea in quattro anni, la squadra giallorossa è ora intenzionata ad approdare finalmente all'ultimo atto, tornando in una finale europea 31 anni dopo l'ultima volta.

Il Leicester dal canto suo, dopo aver vinto Premier, FA Cup e Community Shield negli ultimi anni, cerca la consacrazione anche in ambito internazionale.

Segui Leicester-Roma su DAZN. Attiva ora

Tutto sulla partita: dalle formazioni a dove seguirla in tv e streaming.


La semifinale d'andata di Conference League tra Leicester e Roma si giocherà giovedì 28 aprile 2022. Appuntamento alle ore 21 al King Power Stadium di Leicester.


La partita è trasmessa in diretta tv su DAZN e sarà visibile tramite una smart tv, una console XBox o PlayStation o dispositivi come Google Chromecast o Amazon Fire Stick TV, accedendo all'app della piattaforma. La gara sarà visibile anche su Sky, sui canali Sky Sport Uno (201 del satellite) e Sky Sport (252 del satellite), oltre che su Sky Sport 4K.


La gara valevole per la semifinale d'andata di Conference League Leicester-Roma può essere seguita anche in streaming. Su DAZN sarà sufficiente collegarsi al sito della piattaforma da pc fisso o scaricare l'app per dispositivi mobili come smartphone e tablet.

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Come alternativa, gli abbonati a Sky potranno seguire l'incontro su SkyGo, servizio streaming offerto dalla tv satellitare ai propri abbonati e fruibile da pc o da dispositivo mobile, ma anche su NOW.


Su Sky saranno Federico Zancan e Luca Marchegiani a raccontare la sfida. Su DAZN a curare la telecronaca sono invece Pierluigi Pardo e Riccardo Montolivo.

Su GOAL potrete seguire la diretta testuale di Leicester-Roma, con aggiornamenti che vanno dal prepartita alle azioni salienti, passando per le formazioni ufficiali.


LEICESTER (4-3-3): Schmeichel; Ricardo Pereira, Evans, Fofana, Castagne; Dewsbury-Hall, Tielemans, Maddison; Albrighton, Vardy, Lookman. All. Rodgers

ROMA (3-4-2-1): Rui Patricio; Mancini, Smalling, Ibanez; Karsdorp, Cristante, Mkhitaryan, Zalewski; Zaniolo, Pellegrini; Abraham. All. Mourinho

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