Laremy Tunsil tumbled down the NFL draft board after a bizarre video of him was posted on his Twitter account minutes before the start of the proceedings, potentially costing the offensive lineman millions of dollars.
The approximately 30-second video, which showed him smoking from a mask equipped with a bong, was posted to his verified Twitter account before quickly being deleted. The entire account was deactivated about 30 minutes later but the video was another indicator of Tunsil's off-the-field problems.
His troubled past - one chapter at a time - seemed to unfold on social media and national television for the world to see.
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The excruciating wait for Tunsil, considered a potential No. 1 pick in the draft, finally ended when the Miami Dolphins took him with the 13th overall pick.
Tunsil initially wouldn't say he was the person in the video, but eventually confirmed it was him. He said his Twitter account was hacked and that he ''made that mistake several years ago.''
CHICAGO - The Los Angeles Rams selected California quarterback Jared Goff with the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, and the No. 2 selection for the Philadelphia Eagles was North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz.
It's the second straight year that two QBs were the first names off the board. It's the seventh time in the modern era of the draft since 1967.
The 6-foot-4 Goff started every game during his three seasons at California and set school records with 977 completions, 12,220 yards passing and 96 touchdown passes. The Rams traded with Tennessee to get the pick.
Wentz led the Bison to their fifth consecutive FCS championship in January. He passed for 1,651 yards and 17 touchdowns during his senior year that was shortened by a broken right wrist.
Philadelphia acquired the No. 2 selection in a trade with Cleveland last Wednesday. It's the first opening-round quarterback for the Eagles since they grabbed Donovan McNabb with the No. 2 pick in the 1999 draft.
LAS VEGAS (AP) Raiders owner Mark Davis says he wants to move the team to Las Vegas and is willing to spend a half billion dollars as part of a deal for a new stadium in the city.
Davis upped the ante in a bid to move the team to this gambling city, appearing alongside soccer great David Beckham and billionaire casino owner Sheldon Adelson before a committee studying the idea of a $1.4 billion stadium.
He told committee members he is not a billionaire but will put $500 million - with $200 million of that coming from an NFL loan - into funding the stadium to move the team to Las Vegas.
''Together we can turn the Silver State into the silver and black state,'' Davis said.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Dee Gordon has been suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball after the Miami Marlins second baseman tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug.
Gordon tested positive for exogenous Testosterone and Clostebol, MLB said in a release after the Marlins' 5-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday night.
The fleet-footed Gordon won the National League batting title by hitting .333 last season and signed a $50 million, 5-year deal with Miami in January. He's made two All-Star teams in his six seasons and won the Gold Glove and Silver Slugger awards at second base last year. He's also led the NL in stolen bases each of the past two seasons.
Gordon had a key hit in Miami's win over the Dodgers on Thursday. He's batting .266 with six stolen bases this season.
The NCAA Division I Board of Directors scrapped a proposed ban on satellite camps, rebuffing a request from powerhouse conferences in the South and clearing the way for coaches to hold and work at clinics far from their campuses this summer.
The decision won't end the debate that centered on whether the camps are just another recruiting tool: The board also asked the Division I Council to conduct a broad assessment of the entire college football recruiting model in coming months, and that could bring modifications to how the camps are run and who can take part.
The council approved a ban three weeks ago prohibiting Bowl Subdivision coaches from holding or working at camps and clinics away from their schools. The camps had drawn a high profile after Jim Harbaugh and his Michigan staff held camps in the South last summer and he was among the first to praise the board's decision.
WILL SMITH SHOOTING
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A business owner and semiprofessional football player was indicted on a second-degree murder charge in the shooting death of retired New Orleans Saints' defensive end Will Smith.
Cardell Hayes was also indicted on a charge of attempted second-degree murder because police say he wounded Smith's wife in the shooting. Hayes and Smith got into an argument after Hayes's Hummer hit Smith's Mercedes SUV from behind on April 9, police said. Smith's wife was in the passenger seat at the time.
Hayes' defense lawyer John Fuller has said Hayes was not the aggressor and that a witness saw a gun in Smith's possession. Police say a loaded gun was found in Smith's vehicle.
A lawyer for Smith's family, Peter Thomson, insists Smith never brandished or carried a gun. Thomson has described Hayes as ''enraged'' during the altercation and portrayed his clients as the victims.
Smith was shot seven times in the back and once along his side, the coroner said. His wife, Racquel, was shot twice in the legs but survived.
Two-time Olympic high jumper Jamie Nieto is steadily regaining sensation after a backflip gone wrong during a training session left him paralyzed.
Nieto recently posted a video to let his fans and friends know he's starting to ''move more stuff and breathing better.'' In the more than three-minute video from his hospital bed, Nieto, who was already retired from competition, said his plan is to document his recovery until he's ''100 percent better with no complications.''
The 39-year Nieto was coaching in Los Angeles last week when he attempted a backflip - his signature move while competing - and didn't complete the rotation, landing on his head. Nieto was rushed to the hospital with numbness throughout his body and an inability to move his arms and legs. He also struggled to breathe.
He had surgery to fuse a disk in his neck and each day he's regaining strength.