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Best draft-class WR by route, scheme fit with new NFL team

As a part of our partnership with ESPN, Senior Content Manager Cam Mellor looks at the rookie receivers' best routes and how they fit with their new NFL team.

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The promising undrafted free agents of 2018 that shouldn’t be overlooked

PFF Analyst Mike Johnson reminds us of 15 undrafted free agents who impressed us at some point in 2018.

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First- and second-year players most likely to make PFF’s top 25 under 25 list in 2020

PFF lists 10 first- and second-year players most likely to make the top 25 under 25 list in 2020.

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Surprise playoff contenders for the 2019 NFL season

PFF outlines the NFL teams that could surprise with a postseason appearance in 2019 after missing out on the playoffs a year ago.

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Jaguars' addition of Josh Allen bolsters one of the league’s best pass-rushing teams

New Jacksonville Jaguars edge defender Josh Allen should take the team's pass-rushing ability to the next level.

The New York Jets cap off a busy day by trading LB Darron Lee to the Chiefs

Late Wednesday night, the New York Jets shipped LB Darron Lee over to Kansas City in exchange for a sixth-round pick.

2019 NFL Rookie Minicamp Takeaways

Pro Football Focus dives into the latest news buzzing around 2019 NFL Draft class with rookie minicamps well underway.

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Jaguars LB Telvin Smith to step away from football, will be missed in 2019

PFF's Cam Pezet takes a look at the career of LB Telvin Smith, who will be stepping away from the game in 2019.

Yannick Ngakoue is a premier pass-rushing talent, deserves a multi-year extension

The Jacksonville Jaguars would be smart to lock up Yannick Ngakoue long term before he turns in yet another stellar season in 2019.

The NFL's pass-rushing triple-double: Double-digit sacks, hits and hurries

PFF's Mike Johnson examines which of the NFL's pass-rushers were able to record the pass-rushing triple-double and secure double-digit sacks, hits and hurries in 2018.

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