In LB Nigel Bradham and CB Ron Brooks, the Bills think they got two players who will boost their special teams play.
The Patriots didn’t draft a running back which could mean they plan to add a veteran at the position.
The Ravens like the versatility of OL Gino Gradkowski.
There’s lots of praise out there for the Bengals’ work in the draft.
Browns President Mike Holmgren put his stamp on the roster with this draft.
John Czarnecki of FOXSports.com gives the Steelers high marks for their draft.
Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union isn’t a fan of the Jaguars’ decision to take P Bryan Anger in the third round.
The Titans didn’t do the expected during the draft.
Said Broncos coach John Fox of focusing on pass rush in the draft, “I think a lot of people in the league did that in this draft because the best pass defense in the world is a pass rush.”
The Chiefs were more focused on the long view during the draft than in past years.
Defense ruled the third day of the draft for the Raiders.
Kyle Wilber played defensive end and linebacker in college, but he’ll play linebacker for the Cowboys.
Said Redskins QB Robert Griffin III, “I try not to take the weight of the past 20 years on my shoulders. I realize that there’s other guys on this team that can help us be successful. I don’t have to do everything.”
The Lions didn’t draft a cornerback early, but they certainly wound up addressing the position.
The Vikings think TE/FB Rhett Ellison can replace some of what they got from Jim Kleinsasser.
Buccaneers scout Seth Turner was excited that the team drafted LB Lavonte David.
The Cardinals prioritized talent over need early in the draft.
The 49ers won’t be so thin at outside linebacker again this season.