Said Dolphins coach Joe Philbin of first-round pick Dion Jordan, “We’ve got to get our hands on him a little bit (and) work with him a little bit to find out what is his ideal weight and those type of things. I’m not going to sit here and say that we want him to be 265 pounds. We’ll see. Maybe his body isn’t going to function and do some of the things he can at that (weight). He may be able to.”
Two defensive players in the first round suggests coach Rex Ryan’s influence isn’t totally gone with the Jets.
The Ravens website calls trading up in the second round a possibility.
The Bengals didn’t reach for a tackle in the first round with Andre Smith still unsigned.
The Jaguars look to be sitting pretty at the top of the second round.
What’s on the wish list for the Broncos on Friday?
Said Raiders CB D.J. Hayden of whether he thought his career was over when his inferior vena cava was severed last season, “I did. I definitely did. [It lasted] about a week, and I was just wondering if I would walk straight again. That’s what was on my mind; it was walking straight. I wasn’t worried about life after football. I wasn’t worried about life after college. I was just worried about walking.”
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the two players the team considered trading up to get both were off the board in the top 10.
A look at defensive back options for the Redskins in the coming rounds.
John Niyo of the Detroit News believes drafting DE Ziggy Ansah was a risk worth taking for the Lions.
A bold offseason continued with the Vikings grabbing three players in the first round.
Falcons G.M. Thomas Dimitroff proved again that he isn’t afraid to make big moves to secure players he wants.
Need might not be the driver when the Saints make their next pick in the third round.
The Buccaneers didn’t do any drafting, but they had quite a draft party.
The 49ers “absolutely” have a player in mind with the 34th pick.
The Seahawks are ready to jump into the draft after a quiet first night.