Roster needs in 2013 could help guide the Patriots’ draft choices.
The Ravens enter the draft with several different directions they could go in their picks.
The Bengals’ draft plan is less obvious than it was last season.
Outside linebacker and offensive line are two places the Texans could go on Thursday night.
Colts G.M. Ryan Grigson expressed a willingness to make deals during the draft.
If the Jaguars stay put, it will be five straight years with a top 10 pick.
Recent Titans drafts have been a mixed bag.
The Broncos would be okay with dropping back in the first round.
Looking back at the last time the Chiefs picked a quarterback in the first round.
Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie said that he would spend Thursay evening deciding who the team would have picked at 17 if they hadn’t traded the pick.
The Eagles need to find more contributors at the top of the draft.
Said Redskins coach Mike Shanahan of QB Robert Griffin III, “He’s got all the attributes that you look for in a quarterback. I’ll be very happy if he’s on our football team. Nothing is 100 percent yet so I’ve got to say 99.9.”
Could the Packers look to move up in the first round?
An attempt to create the perfect Vikings draft.
Some praise for the work done by the Falcons front office.
Martin Fennelly of the Tampa Bay Times argues against the Buccaneers trading up for a chance at Alabama RB Trent Richardson.
Said Cardinals G.M. Rod Graves, “I think we’ve got a fairly good idea of who maybe the first 12 to 15 players will be. We just don’t have an idea about who is going to select them.”
Said Rams coach Jeff Fisher, “There are needs on this roster. That doesn’t mean to say we don’t have good players, and we’re not going to win games with the guys we’ve got.”
Looking back at the draft history of Seahakws G.M. John Schneider.