SPORTS NEWS: NFL
Ater more than six hours of making picks, the third and final day of the 2016 NFL Draft is officially a thing of the past. It all started with Jared Goff of Cal going to the Los Angeles Rams to kick off the first round on Thursday, resumed when Emmanuel Ogbah went to the Cleveland Browns to start the second day and round on Friday, and then finally concluded with four complete rounds on Saturday.Cleveland once again had the top pick to get Saturday underway, and they used it on Wisconsin outside linebacker Joe Schobert, adding to an already impressive haul for the Browns. But the biggest pick of the day came one later at No. 100 overall, when theOakland Raiders traded up to draft Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook, thought by many to be one of the top quarterbacks of the NFL Draft.