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10-3, 3rd in Big Ten - East
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Delano Hill draft highlights (0:50)

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars have four picks in the final four rounds of the NFL draft on Saturday. They have the third pick in the fourth round, the fourth pick in the fifth round, and two picks in the seventh round (fourth and 22nd). They traded their sixth-round pick to Seattle to move up one spot in the second round to select Alabama OT Cam Robinson. Players to watch in the fourth round include TE Jake Butt, CB Desmond King, and QB Nathan Peterman.

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Seahawks end second day with WR Amara Darboh

Seattle adds size, strength and toughness in the Michigan wideout.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens are certainly staying in their comfort level, and this goes beyond going with defense in the first three rounds. Three of Baltimore's first four picks came from Alabama or Michigan, where the Ravens get some of their best information. General manager Ozzie Newsome remains connected with his alma mater in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and John Harbaugh's brother Jim coaches the Wolverines.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the 106th pick (third round), the Seahawks took Michigan WR Amaro Darboh. Darboh (6-foot-2, 214 pounds) caught 57 balls for 862 yards and seven touchdowns last season. He tested very well athletically at the combine. The Seahawks have Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse, Tyler Lockett and Paul Richardson at wide receiver. Lockett is coming off of a leg injury, and Richardson is entering the final year of his contract. Darboh will compete to earn a role as a rookie.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys third-round pick Jourdan Lewis believes the misdemeanor domestic violence charges against him will be dropped, "and I'll be exonerated completely. I'm completely innocent," he said. Lewis said the charges hurt his draft standing. He believes he was a first-round talent because "I don't believe anybody can do the things I do as well as I do."

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Cowboys add talented CB Jourdan Lewis in third round

Mel Kiper Jr. sees the former Michigan corner as a key component for an NFL team in the slot corner position.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Jourdan Lewis should project as a slot cornerback for the Cowboys. Lateral speed and man-coverage ability. Quick to transition to the ball. And Lewis is going to be aggressive vs. the run game. Limited size (5-foot-10, 188 pounds), but the talent is there to match up inside.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys needed to make this draft about defense, on the front and back ends. Their first three picks are a DE and two cornerbacks. Jourdan Lewis fell to the late third round due to off-field character issue, but could be their nickel CB as a rookie.

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Ravens add more D with Chris Wormley

Mel Kiper Jr. likes the ability of the Michigan DT to disrupt the passing lanes of a quarterback and sees the versatility of Baltimore's No. 74 pick translating well to the next level.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens continue to invest in defense by drafting Michigan defensive end Chris Wormley with the No. 74 overall pick. Wormley produced 17.5 sacks in four seasons. This marks the fourth time in franchise history that the Ravens have used their first three picks on defensive players. The other drafts were 1997 2013, 2014.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars pick fourth in the third round behind Cleveland and back-to-back picks by San Francisco. Possibilities: DE Jordan Willis (if he makes it), G Dan Feeney, TE Jake Butt.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Taco Charlton will wear No. 97 for the Dallas Cowboys.

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Amara Darboh draft highlights (0:49)
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Marty Smith ESPN 

Jim Harbaugh reciting Gladiator lines while posing behind a gladiator display is funny.

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Marty Smith on being in Rome with Harbaugh

ESPN reporter Marty Smith tells Dan Le Batard and Stugotz about being in Rome with Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan football team and more.

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Marty says Harbaugh loves having him around (2:27)
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Harbaugh feels good to be back on the field (1:03)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

How can the Browns and Gregg Williams utilize Jabrill Peppers? Here's an interior zone blitz scheme from Williams' playbook out of sub-package personnel. Peppers has the ability to drop as an underneath zone defender (N), blitz from a second-level alignment (D) or add to the front as the extra rusher (FS). Williams will put Peppers in a position to produce based on game plan and opponent personnel. Find the matchups.

Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

Gladiators gearing up for the Wolverines arrival Gladiator school is next

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Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

5 yard out drill

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Jonathan Whyley ESPN Producer 

Nice catch

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