Looking at wide receiver options for the Bills come draft day.
Dolphins draft needs and players who could be capable of filling them.
In case you haven’t heard, the Jets might be looking for a quarterback in the draft.
Quarterback isn’t a big need for the Bengals.
Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review believes the Steelers need to recalibrate with the start of offseason workouts.
Taking stock of the Colts offensive line before the draft.
Said Jaguars G.M. David Caldwell of drafting raw players, “Obviously, it’s not an ideal situation when you’re taking a guy in the first round and he doesn’t have as proven of a track record. But there have been guys who were one-year starters that have been drafted and been successful.”
Running back could be first up on the draft list for the Broncos.
Raiders director of player personnel Joey Clinkscales doesn’t feel there’s much need to draft running backs in early rounds.
TE Dallas Walker landed a job with the Chargers.
The Cowboys could be in the market for a backup tight end.
The Eagles expect things to move at a crisp pace during their first minicamp under coach Chip Kelly.
If the Redskins want to draft a safety, these are some of the men they’ll likely consider.
Northern Illinois CB Rashaan Melvin visited with the Lions.
There aren’t too many new faces as the Packers gather for the start of offseason work.
Will the Falcons trade up to add a cornerback?
Panthers passing defense coordinator Steve Wilks likes what the team’s done in the secondary this offseason.
Some Saints players are expecting culture shock with Sean Payton back in charge.
Not everyone is a fan of what Buccaneers G.M. Mark Dominik has been up to this offseason.
The Cardinals’ draft plans will likely be impacted by whatever the Chiefs do with the first overall selection.