Bill Belichick is more about walking the walk than talking the talk, so his pre-draft routine follows much the same line with more workouts than personal, private visits. The Patriots' unofficial prospect visits list is heavy on defense, specifically cornerback and defensive tackle, where Belichick must make up for losing CB Darrelle Revis and NT Vince Wilfork.
The Saints have a pair of first-round picks, including 13th overall, after a number of offseason moves created a number of new needs. Some pre-existing spots -- hello, pass rushers -- to address might be more pressing. Who would you take with the 13th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft?
In an unofficial list of selected meetings -- involving either a player's personal visit to the team or a private workout at the player's campus -- NFLDraftScout.com shows that the Cowboys are targeting their needs by seeing six running backs, 11 defensive ends/outside linebackers and 11 defensive backs.
Boise State running back Jay Ajayi is one of the most talented and productive running backs in the 2015 NFL Draft class. But the long-term durability of his right knee is a "strong" concern, according to several teams.
The most important draft in the history of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' franchise -- per GM Jason Licht -- is here, and the franchise is in 'total agreement' about what to do with the first overall pick. Alas, Licht is not telling.
With holes to fill in the secondary, it's no surprise the New York Giants' unofficial visit list includes three defensive backs. Here is a peek at 15 players who have met with the Giants as of Monday morning.
With only cornerback Justin Coleman currently projected by NFLDraftScout.com to be selected this year, Tennessee's 52-year streak of at least one Volunteer getting selected is in jeopardy. There is reason for optimism, however, with plenty of NFL talent returning to Knoxville.
One of two teams with a pair of first-round picks, the New Orleans Saints are one of the biggest movers and shakers in the offseason and enter the 2015 draft with nine total selections. How should the Saints invest their ample draft assets?