The Patriots might draft a defensive end named Jones for the second consecutive year.
Jets G.M. John Idzik would be wise not to reach for a quarterback.
Ravens G.M. Ozzie Newsome sees plenty of options with the team’s 12 draft picks.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis sees “a glut” of good offensive and defensive linemen in this year’s draft.
Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has bigger problems than the draft right now, but his team would like a strong draft to give the team some positive publicity.
With a deep draft class of running backs, the Steelers hope to find one who can contribute immediately.
Texans G.M. Rick Smith says he’s always open to trades.
The first pick in the second round will be very valuable for the Jaguars.
The Titans want to draft a cornerback who plays well in press coverage.
Is John Elway hoping to retire on top as an executive, just like he did as a player?
There are no sure things for the Chiefs at the top of the NFL draft.
Raiders G.M. Reggie McKenzie says he’ll draft the best player available at No. 3, and draft for need later.
Cowboys owner and G.M. Jerry Jones needs to find a Day One starter on the offensive line in the draft.
Trading down may be an option for the Eagles.
Is it realistic to think the Redskins will win 10-11 games?
The Lions own the fifth overall pick, which leads the Detroit Free Press to point out that Al Cowlings, driver of O.J. Simpson’s white Bronco, was once the fifth overall pick.
The Panthers need a defensive tackle, and this looks like a good draft for them to get one.
Here’s a look at how the Saints have drafted since Sean Payton arrived in 2006.
The Bucs may try to bolster the defensive line in the draft.
Said Cardinals QB Carson Palmer of getting on the practice field in Arizona for the first time, “From the way we huddle up to the way we call the snap count, it’s new for a lot of guys. Right now, there is a lot of teaching.”
The Rams are showing interest in Syracuse S Shamarko Thomas.
The 49ers may spend a late-round pick on British discus thrower Lawrence Okoye.