Which NFL players do you want to see play both ways?

Shohei Ohtani has turned the baseball world upside down. That has no specific relevance to the NFL, but that hasn’t stopped us from finding a way to make it relevant to the NFL.

Monday’s PFT Live included a draft based on the current players we’d most like to see do more than what they currently do.

The video has the full draft (three rounds, two picks per round). The comments will (hopefully) have your thoughts.

Edmonton tied the game back up a couple minutes later as McDavid earned another assist by dropping it back to Nugent-Hopkins, who tied a career high with his 24th goal of the season.

It was the fourth and final meeting of the season between the Canadian clubs, with the Canucks winning two of the first three. … There was a lengthy moment of silence before the game to honor the victims of Saskatchewan’s Humboldt Broncos minor hockey team bus tragedy on Friday. In addition, both teams wore decals to recognize the victims, the proceeds from the 50/50 draw went toward the cause and the home logo on the scoreboard was a hybrid between the Oilers and Broncos.

The Kansas City Chiefs waived running back George Atkinson on Wednesday.

Atkinson spent most of last season on Kansas City’s practice squad. He was signed to a futures contract in January.

Atkinson has appeared in 21 career games with the Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns. He has seven carries for 34 yards and a touchdown.

In accordance with the signing of virtually every other free-agent quarterback in the history of professional football, the Ravens brought Griffin in for a workout, then decided to sign him.

“LC [Collins] is a guy who has played inside for us at guard. He played tackle for us last year,” Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Sunday night at the team’s Taste of the NFL event at The Star. “We saw him as a guy who could do both coming out of school. You’ve heard me say this a lot: One of the things we want to do is always try to play our five best guys.

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