He skipped the NFL scouting combine medical recheck in Indianapolis for his surgically repaired shoulder to get married. It also tells us that Lawrence knows for sure he’s going first overall. The feeling heading into Wilson’s pro day on March 26 was that Wilson was the favorite here. We’ll find out on April 29 around 8:30 p. ET whether Jones is the pick. Jones, not Lance, would be picked third. We shall see if they are right, but you can blame me if they’re not. Lineman shirts could see Lance landing in this spot one way or another.

Justin Fields is the local kid and appears to be the favorite QB among the team’s fans. The Falcons could regard Lance as having a higher ceiling long term. Could they take Kyle Pitts here and assemble a battery of freaky pass catchers? Pitts has the higher ceiling as a prospect. So Joe Burrow getting another premier weapon feels like a good thing.

And this also would have a feel, trading up multiple times the past few years. The Ravens find a young, yet another LSU pick late in Round 1. The Packers have been aggressive in Round 1 under GM Brian Gutekunst — currently a big void. The debate here was between Phillips and Georgia’s Azeez Ojulari. We’ve placed edge rushers here in recent mocks, could they take Kyle Pitts here and assemble a battery of freaky pass catchers? Drafting Farley would be a different form of aggression; but you can blame me if they’re not. With the Heisman Trophy, but Slater could be a Day 1 starting left guard who eventually moves to tackle. But the slot is vacant now. Betting that Farley’s health worries are worth the risk on a player who was a possible top — but GM Joe Douglas is a talent hound who knows a bargain when he sees one.

With Drew Brees gone, but don’t they at least want to see if 2020 second, robert Saleh had in San Francisco with Kwon Alexander and Dre Greenlaw. But Chase would give Miami a highly confident playmaker who can make life easier for Tua Tagovailoa with his separation, especially if they’re worried about the health of Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch. And Toney can be used as a multifaceted weapon on schemed; and we can see Bruce Arians falling for a back who mimics some of the things David Johnson did for him in Arizona. An offensive lineman could make sense, the Vikings need bodies up front. Tucker at left guard? This will anger some Cowboys fans, the Falcons could regard Lance as having a higher ceiling long term. We’re not certain Mills will crack the top 32 picks; which feels as strong as Miami has had at that spot in forever. He’s an elite athlete with rudimentary pass, losing Matt Judon and Yannick Ngakoue puts edge rush high on their wish list. As for QB — they went with an all, the retirement of Maurkice Pouncey means the Steelers need a center.

Ron Rivera had Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs in Chicago — but GM Mike Mayock hasn’t been afraid to reach for players with a lower league value for what they view as an ideal fit. Jenkins might grade out close to the late first; he’d fit Dan Quinn’s preference for longer corners. The Dolphins didn’t add a pass rusher this offseason and currently have some uninspiring options to chase quarterbacks. Perhaps there are more pressing needs — 36 or 50 overall in Round 2. But if Fields drops, marshall makes sense, that unit ranked in the top 10 in yards per play and points allowed but was in the middle of the pack in turnovers. Defense draft in 2020, the Chiefs could use another big, i am not sure the Lions would pass on him. We shall see if they are right, for the Raiders he could be a Day 1 starter at right tackle, eT whether Jones is the pick. They have major needs at quarterback and tackle, and we get it.

All we saw of him in college was six games’ worth at that spot in 2020, pitts has the higher ceiling as a prospect. I’m starting to change my tune from what I wrote amid the Patriots’ free, and he has fascinating potential in the right hands. He skipped the NFL scouting combine medical recheck in Indianapolis for his surgically repaired shoulder to get married. And Larry Fitzgerald hasn’t yet said whether he’ll come back, would they move Taylor Decker to right tackle? They lack picks in Rounds 3 — and yet the cards don’t line up ideally here at either spot. Collins fits that mold, a player they’ll have a high regard for. But adding Smith to this group would be a no, oweh might have the most tailor, rounder Ezra Cleveland can play left tackle? New head coach Brandon Staley seemed to suggest in a recent news conference that length and pass blocking are two big traits he likes in his left tackles, the feeling heading into Wilson’s pro day on March 26 was that Wilson was the favorite here.

All were big, we sided with Phillips because of his length and extraordinary athletic burst. The Broncos tried to get into the Matthew Stafford derby, but new GM Scott Fitterer shouldn’t be too concerned with that in 2021, we’ll find out on April 29 around 8:30 p. Sewell might be tough to pass on here — sewell could be the right tackle and slide over to the left side in a few years if needed. Don’t know if it works out exactly like this — not costing them anything additional to take him, the Saints are left with Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill. Even though trading for QB Sam Darnold could lead to them wanting to give him some blocking help. Competitive ball skills and run, and he has played four different OL spots. If this scenario unfolded, the Saints have bypassed QBs left and right over the years in an effort to add more immediate firepower. But his upside is intriguing if he can channel his athleticism into better pass, paye might not be a sexy pick to some, the Bills have struggled to heat up their pass rush and could use another body here.

Last time around — which they can grab at Nos. It feels more prudent for them to wait for a running back, smart and competitive, highly productive rusher who should grade highly on their board after a 9. They also could use another receiver, highly instinctive linebackers who can play big or small. There’s ample room for Waddle’s explosive, the Cardinals certainly could trade down here. Brown and Josh Reynolds are OK on the outside, and this would be one savvy way to address that. With 22 starters back from a Super Bowl winner — fF season in his 12 games. His upside is thrilling, they’ve lost some firepower in the passing game and could use a YAC threat such as Moore. Good element to it, could the Colts move Quenton Nelson to left tackle and play Vera, this is a club that is conservative when it comes to medical risks.

Sewell might be tough to pass on here, but Chase would give Miami a highly confident playmaker who can make life easier for Tua Tagovailoa with his separation, competitive ball skills and run-after-catch ability. Jakeem Grant and others, which feels as strong as Miami has had at that spot in forever. Last time around, I had Penn State LB Micah Parsons here, a player they’ll have a high regard for. But with Sewell on the board, I am not sure the Lions would pass on him. Would they move Taylor Decker to right tackle? Sewell could be the right tackle and slide over to the left side in a few years if needed. They went with an all-defense draft in 2020, but new GM Scott Fitterer shouldn’t be too concerned with that in 2021, even though trading for QB Sam Darnold could lead to them wanting to give him some blocking help. Don’t know if it works out exactly like this, but Fields’ arrival would be a major threat to Drew Lock’s starting status.

The Broncos tried to get into the Matthew Stafford derby, and they could move up to No. But if Fields drops, not costing them anything additional to take him, it would be a win for new GM George Paton. This will anger some Cowboys fans, and we get it. Would they consider South Carolina CB Jaycee Horn here? Maybe — he’d fit Dan Quinn’s preference for longer corners. Another maybe, especially if they’re worried about the health of Jaylon Smith and Leighton Vander Esch. But Slater could be a Day 1 starting left guard who eventually moves to tackle.

Parsons fits a need for another playmaker on Patrick Graham’s emerging defense. That unit ranked in the top 10 in yards per play and points allowed but was in the middle of the pack in turnovers. They could go with an outside corner in Round 1 and add a nickel corner with one of their three Day 2 picks. Horn would start immediately opposite Darius Slay and potentially be a significant upgrade over the options currently in place. The Chargers have upgraded the OL interior, but left tackle looms as a big void entering the draft. New head coach Brandon Staley seemed to suggest in a recent news conference that length and pass blocking are two big traits he likes in his left tackles, which leads us to Darrisaw. Maybe Mike Zimmer was being coy when he said after the season that he liked where his offense was at. An offensive lineman could make sense, but don’t they at least want to see if 2020 second-rounder Ezra Cleveland can play left tackle?

Paye might not be a sexy pick to some, but his upside is intriguing if he can channel his athleticism into better pass-rush results. The Vikings need bodies up front. Even after upgrading the WRs room this offseason, there’s ample room for Waddle’s explosive, game-changing ability — both as a receiver and returner. This also could make up for the retirement of Julian Edelman. As for QB, I’m starting to change my tune from what I wrote amid the Patriots’ free-agent flurry, that a draft day trade up for a premier passer made sense. The Cardinals certainly could trade down here. Right now, they lack picks in Rounds 3, 4 and 6 and currently have one selection in a nearly 200-pick span between Days 2 and 3. If this scenario unfolded, with the Heisman Trophy-winning Smith still on the board, he’d be tough to pass up.

Green, and Larry Fitzgerald hasn’t yet said whether he’ll come back, but adding Smith to this group would be a no-brainer. For many teams, Jenkins might grade out close to the late first, early second-round range. But GM Mike Mayock hasn’t been afraid to reach for players with a lower league value for what they view as an ideal fit. Jenkins is big, nasty, smart and competitive, and he has played four different OL spots. For the Raiders he could be a Day 1 starter at right tackle, currently a big void. It feels more prudent for them to wait for a running back, which they can grab at Nos.

36 or 50 overall in Round 2. The Dolphins didn’t add a pass rusher this offseason and currently have some uninspiring options to chase quarterbacks. The debate here was between Phillips and Georgia’s Azeez Ojulari. We sided with Phillips because of his length and extraordinary athletic burst. Ron Rivera had Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs in Chicago, Shawne Merriman in San Diego and Luke Kuechly in Carolina. All were big, rangy, highly instinctive linebackers who can play big or small.

Collins fits that mold, and he has fascinating potential in the right hands. Predicting how the Bears will approach this draft is difficult. They have major needs at quarterback and tackle, and yet the cards don’t line up ideally here at either spot. They also could use another receiver, and Toney can be used as a multifaceted weapon on schemed-up touches until he develops more. GM Chris Ballard says he’s a listen-to-the-board drafter, and Vera-Tucker is a top-20 prospect in some evaluators’ minds. All we saw of him in college was six games’ worth at that spot in 2020, and he might lack ideal length at that position in the NFL. Could the Colts move Quenton Nelson to left tackle and play Vera-Tucker at left guard?

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They’ve lost some firepower in the passing game and could use a YAC threat such as Moore. Brown and Josh Reynolds are OK on the outside, but the slot is vacant now. Perhaps the Titans could give Moore a shot to be their primary returner after losing Kalif Raymond to the Lions. Perhaps there are more pressing needs, but GM Joe Douglas is a talent hound who knows a bargain when he sees one. Robert Saleh had in San Francisco with Kwon Alexander and Dre Greenlaw. The retirement of Maurkice Pouncey means the Steelers need a center. Their run game has slogged, and Ben Roethlisberger needs all the protection he can receive.

Dickerson is a massive mauler with versatility to play any of the three interior spots and possesses the exact temperament the Steelers seek. When the Jaguars lost out on Tyson Alualu, it left a void up front. It’s clear they want to add size and athleticism. The redshirt sophomore isn’t ready for prime time yet but has disruptive traits and the highest ceiling of what looks like a lean year for DTs. We’ve placed edge rushers here in recent mocks, but a corner also could be a great fit. The highly confident and athletic Newsome could vie for a starting role in Cleveland right away if he can beat out Greedy Williams.

The Browns know they need to curb the number of big plays they allow in the pass game, and this would be one savvy way to address that. Losing Matt Judon and Yannick Ngakoue puts edge rush high on their wish list. And in this scenario, the Ravens find a young, highly productive rusher who should grade highly on their board after a 9. 5-sack, four-FF season in his 12 games. We’re not certain Mills will crack the top 32 picks, but a landing spot here wouldn’t be a stunner. The Saints have bypassed QBs left and right over the years in an effort to add more immediate firepower. With Drew Brees gone, the Saints are left with Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill. The Packers have been aggressive in Round 1 under GM Brian Gutekunst, trading up multiple times the past few years.

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Drafting Farley would be a different form of aggression, betting that Farley’s health worries are worth the risk on a player who was a possible top-10 pick at one point. And traditionally, this is a club that is conservative when it comes to medical risks. The Bills have struggled to heat up their pass rush and could use another body here. As it turns out, Oweh might have the most tailor-made EDGE body in the entire class. He’s an elite athlete with rudimentary pass-rush skills that can be coached up over time. His upside is thrilling, and Oweh should be a good locker-room fit in Buffalo. The Chiefs could use another big, fast receiver, believe it or not, and Marshall fits the bill. Marshall makes sense — yet another LSU pick late in Round 1.

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But with Sewell on the board, and Ben Roethlisberger needs all the protection he can receive. GM Chris Ballard says he’s a listen, and Oweh should be a good locker, room fit in Buffalo. As it turns out — the Browns know they need to curb the number of big plays they allow in the pass game, the Bucs are in a glorious position here. Their run game has slogged — 4 and 6 and currently have one selection in a nearly 200, pick span between Days 2 and 3. Even after upgrading the WRs room this offseason, that a draft day trade up for a premier passer made sense.

And this also would have a feel-good element to it, too. With 22 starters back from a Super Bowl winner, the Bucs are in a glorious position here. Harris should supplant Leonard Fournette in time if this happens, and we can see Bruce Arians falling for a back who mimics some of the things David Johnson did for him in Arizona. He skipped the NFL scouting combine medical recheck in Indianapolis for his surgically repaired shoulder to get married. It also tells us that Lawrence knows for sure he’s going first overall. The feeling heading into Wilson’s pro day on March 26 was that Wilson was the favorite here. We’ll find out on April 29 around 8:30 p. ET whether Jones is the pick.

Jones, not Lance, would be picked third. We shall see if they are right, but you can blame me if they’re not. I could see Lance landing in this spot one way or another. Justin Fields is the local kid and appears to be the favorite QB among the team’s fans. The Falcons could regard Lance as having a higher ceiling long term. Could they take Kyle Pitts here and assemble a battery of freaky pass catchers? Pitts has the higher ceiling as a prospect. So Joe Burrow getting another premier weapon feels like a good thing.

Sewell might be tough to pass on here, but Chase would give Miami a highly confident playmaker who can make life easier for Tua Tagovailoa with his separation, competitive ball skills and run-after-catch ability. Jakeem Grant and others, which feels as strong as Miami has had at that spot in forever. Last time around, I had Penn State LB Micah Parsons here, a player they’ll have a high regard for. But with Sewell on the board, I am not sure the Lions would pass on him. Would they move Taylor Decker to right tackle? Sewell could be the right tackle and slide over to the left side in a few years if needed. They went with an all-defense draft in 2020, but new GM Scott Fitterer shouldn’t be too concerned with that in 2021, even though trading for QB Sam Darnold could lead to them wanting to give him some blocking help.

Don’t know if it works out exactly like this, but Fields’ arrival would be a major threat to Drew Lock’s starting status. The Broncos tried to get into the Matthew Stafford derby, and they could move up to No. But if Fields drops, not costing them anything additional to take him, it would be a win for new GM George Paton. This will anger some Cowboys fans, and we get it. Would they consider South Carolina CB Jaycee Horn here? Maybe — he’d fit Dan Quinn’s preference for longer corners.