The NFL can try as hard as it wants. It just can’t keep Roger Goodell from getting booed.

He was booed throughout the night during Day 1 of the 2018 NFL Draft. Day 2 Shaquille O’Neal Youth jersey brought more of the same. Much like he did on the first day, Goodell opened Day 2 being flanked by a number of NFL legends. And like the first day, it didn’t matter. While the crowd stopped its booing to cheer the Hall of Famers, the commissioner was soundly booed by those at AT&T Stadium.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have selected running back Ronald Jones II out of USC in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft, 38th overall. Jones rushed for 1,550 yards and 19 touchdowns during his final season at USC and can become the workhorse back for the Buccaneers immediately.

Still, some thought it may be bad enough to keep him sidelined for training camp, the preseason and the beginning of his first regular season.
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Buffalo (from Indianapolis)鈥擩osh Allen, QB, Wyoming While we’re hung up on finding a landing spot for all the quarterbacks, I’d remind you of four things at this pick: A) I don’t know if Buffalo loves Allen; B) but I hear they love his ability to throw it through the lake effect winds and snow; C) Allen is a garrulous, genial version of Jim Kelly, a rifle-armed work in progress the fans in western New York will love; and D) I think this trade fits both teams because I’m not sure the Colts would demand both Bills’ first-round picks in return.

Authentic Womens Andrew Shaw Jersey In fact, because of the strength of the second round, I could see Colts GM Chris Ballard valuing the 53rd and 56th picks collectively higher than the 22nd pick in this draft. So, 12, 53, 56 and, say, 96 for six? Could be equitable. It would leave the Bills with their second of two first-rounders. 7. Tampa Bay鈥擬inkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama No end to the love for the versatile Fitzpatrick, who can play either safety, either corner, the slot, or, in a pinch, as an in-the-box linebacker. And he’s done it for three full seasons at the highest level of college football, which NFL people love. Denzel Ward could go here too, but my bet’s on the valued Fitzpatrick.