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By Mike Wilkening

In the last three seasons, the 49ers have gone from first to second to third place in the four-team NFC West. Perhaps, then, it is not a surprise to see San Francisco as the longest shot to win the NFC West in 2015 at one notable Nevada sports book. As of Tuesday, the Westgate Las…
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By Darin Gantt

The Rams were able to swing a deal while on the clock, gaining extra third- and sixth-rounders from the Panthers because they were willing to move down. But the amazing part isn’t that General Manager Les Snead and coach Jeff Fisher made a deal, it’s that they were able to keep all their offers straight.…
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By Mike Wilkening

The following trades were made during the 2015 NFL Draft. Trade terms were furnished by and cited from the league: ROUND ONE San Diego Trades: Selection Choices: Round 1, 2015 (17), Round 4, 2015 (117), Round 5, 2016. San Francisco Trades: Selection Choice: Round 1, 2015 (15). Chargers selected Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon at…
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By Mike Wilkening

With the first round in the books, here is PFT’s 2015 second-round mock draft. No trades were forecast, but moves are likely as clubs try to secure highly graded players who slipped into Round Two: 33. Titans: NT Eddie Goldman, Florida State 34. Buccaneers: OT T.J. Clemmings, Pitt. 35. Raiders: DL Mario Edwards Jr., Florida…
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By Josh Alper

When the Chiefs picked Marcus Peters with the 18th pick of the first round on Thursday night, there weren’t many people arguing that they took a player who wasn’t talented enough to justify such a lofty position in the draft. There were those who wondered if Peters’s non-playing issues made him too much of a…
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By Darin Gantt

The guy Chip Kelly replaced as the coach of the Eagles might have helped cost him the guy he wanted most in this draft. According to Peter King of Sports Illustrated, a conversation between Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt and Chiefs coach Andy Reid last week helped convince Whisenhunt to hold onto the second pick in…
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By Michael David Smith

The Kansas City Chiefs have added perhaps the most talented defensive back in this year’s draft. At No. 18 overall, the Chiefs drafted Marcus Peters, a cornerback from Washington. There’s no doubt that Peters has the ability to play in the NFL, but there are doubts about whether he has the makeup to coexist with…
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