Florida Atlantic TE Robert Housler would love to wind up with the Bills.
Will the Ravens try to get a cornerback in the mold of Chris McAlister in the first round?
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis discussed the chances of taking a quarterback in the first round.
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Need won’t be the only consideration for the Steelers when they make their picks this week.
John McClain of the Houston Chronicle expects the Texans to trade up for a defensive player in the first round.
Said Colts president Bill Polian, “If the need line crosses with the composite (grade), great, then make the pick. But if you’re passing a player with a higher composite grade to take a need, my experience is that it doesn’t work out very well.”
A snowstorm forced Southern Illinois CB Korey Lindsey-Woods to cancel his visit with the Jaguars.
The Titans need to address the safety position.
The Chiefs will be in the market for offensive weapons during the draft.
Will the Raiders try to move into the first round?
Said Chargers G.M. A.J. Smith, “If we can have a fantastic draft because we’ve got those five picks in the first three rounds, it’s almost like we’re teed up.”
Drafting defensive tackles hasn’t worked out for the Eagles.
The Redskins could use some good luck on draft day.
The Bears reportedly have interest in local product Illinois DT Corey Liguet.
Since Thomas Dimitroff took over as general manager, the Falcons have selected more players out of the SEC than any other conference.
Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic remains convinced that the Cardinals won’t take a quarterback with the fifth pick.
It no longer looks like the Rams will get a receiver in the first round.
History says 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is going to want to run the ball a lot.
Said Seahawks G.M. John Schneider, “I would say that we’d like to come out of the draft with at least one offensive lineman and one defensive lineman.”