Mel Kiper provides his list of the five best offseasons produced by NFL teams this year. The Chiefs are among the teams that did the best work in the draft and free agency.
Mel Kiper looks at players who could play a key role for teams early on. Today he breaks down prospects taken on Day 2 of the 2013 NFL draft.
Mel Kiper looks at players from the recent NFL draft who could play a key role for teams. Today he breaks down the options in the later rounds.
Mel Kiper looks at players who could play a key role for teams early on. Today he breaks down the first-round options.
Mel Kiper projects the second round of the 2013 NFL draft.
Mel Kiper releases his final mock draft for the 2013 NFL draft. At the top, it's a race for the top tackles. But a run on cornerbacks dominates the back of the first round.
Mel Kiper hands out his annual draft grades, and writes that St. Louis, Baltimore and Cincinnati had the best drafts.
Mel Kiper breaks down the 10 best available players on Day 2 of the 2013 NFL draft.
Mel Kiper plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the NFL draft.
Mel Kiper breaks down his Grade A draft pick-by-pick through Round 3, to show the sequence of selections and trades that make up a perfect draft haul for every NFL team.
For his latest 2013 NFL mock draft, Mel Kiper goes through two full rounds of possible picks. There's a new slot for the top quarterback on the board.
For his latest mock draft, Mel Kiper looks at how free agency could shift every pick. He also has a QB going in the top 10.
Mel Kiper examines 17 NFL stars who, via retirement or contract situations, will likely need to be replaced in 2013, along with players in the current draft class who could be suitable replacements.
Mel Kiper goes back to the grades he handed out just after the 2012 NFL draft and regrades every team. Was he wrong on how much immediate value Seattle landed? You bet. Was he right about the Bucs? Absolutely.
Mel Kiper releases his first NFL mock draft for 2013. Luke Joeckel goes No. 1 to the Kansas City Chiefs.
The 2007 NFL draft hasn't had star quarterback prospects emerge, but there are several strong position players, including Adrian Peterson and Calvin Johnson. Mel Kiper re-drafts the '07 class.