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Michael Irvin, right, interviews Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon during introductions at a pre-draft rally of 2015 NFL Draft prospects, and various league legends at Pioneer Court, Wednesday, April 29, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

A pair of quarterbacks, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, went 1-2 to kick off the 2015 NFL draft Thursday night in Chicago. From there, the rest of the first round passed with only two trades but some other surprises.

The first round of the 2015 NFL draft: Pick by pick, trade by trade

Recap what happened throughout the first round in our blog below.

Live Blog Live Updates of NFL Draft Day 1

Here's some stories to get you all caught up on all things related to the draft.

Ranking the 26 Utah ties selected in the NFL Draft's first round

2015 Deseret News NFL Mock Draft: Wide receivers and defensive linemen dominate

Ranking the biggest quarterback draft busts in NFL history

What the past 20 years reveal about BYU, Utah and Utah State and the NFL draft

Where national outlets project when locals prospects will be taken

National experts weigh in on the BYU Cougars' top NFL prospects

National experts weigh in on the Utah Utes' top NFL prospects

National experts weigh in on Utah State's top NFL prospects

Dick Harmon: NFL teams will be more picky about draft prospects' character; BYU's pro pipeline drying up

Dick Harmon: Utes clearly lead local rankings of NFL draft prospects