No one is bigger than the NFL shield according to Roger Goodell -- except for himself -- and Deflategate exposed that more than ever.
Even if a team didn't fill a need in the draft, there are plenty of undrafted free agents who can make an NFL roster and contribute as rookies.
Malcolm Butler's Super Bowl winning interception proved to the world how important rookie free agents can be.
Value and need are the two most common reasons a team will draft a specific player. In these 20 cases, there isn't a logical explanation.
With 256 picks in the draft, each team is going to make smart and poor choices.
Value should almost always trump need in the NFL Draft. That wasn't the case when these 15 players were selected.
The NFL Draft is generally a time for celebration, but these 15 have nothing to cheer about.
Rookies trying to win jobs and veterans trying to keep jobs were among the biggest winners of the 2015 NFL Draft.
For whatever reason, these 15 players fell further than they should have and wound up being the biggest steals of the draft.
With three rounds completed, these are the 10 best prospects still on the board during the 2015 NFL Draft.