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2020 NFL Draft

Friday roundup: What you should know about new Browns WR Corey Coleman ​

Round One of the NFL Draft is in the books.


Here's what you missed from a Thursday night in which the Browns scooped up Baylor wide receiver Corey Coleman, the 2015 Biletnikoff Award winner.

As expected, quarterbacks Jared Goff from California and Carson Wentz from North Dakota State went No. 1 and No. 2, as the Rams and Eagles picked up their new signal callers.

It was a big night for the Buckeyes, as three Ohio State players (Joey Bosa, Ezekiel Elliott and Eli Apple) were taken in the top 10 and five overall were drafted in the first round. Here’s the Columbus Dispatch’s story on what was a historic night. says Corey Coleman had the best quote of the night when asked about whether he could make an impact with his 5-foot-11, 190-pound frame. The site also added the Browns got it right Thursday night.

Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil had a rough night after his Twitter posted an apparent drug video surfaced minutes before the draft started. Tunsil, who was taken by the Dolphins at No. 13, later apologized and said his account was hacked. He also said Ole Miss coaches paid him while he played for the Rebels. Pro Football Talk says UCLA linebacker Myles Jack might've made things worse for himself after hinting he could need microfracture surgery in the future. Jack, who tore his meniscus last season, was expected to go in the first round but remains undrafted.

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