If the Buccaneers decide that Jameis Winston's off-field issues are a result of immature decisions that will develop over time, Tampa should draft him No. 1 overall and keep him in the state of Florida.
The Titans at No. 2 would have a chance to draft the quarterback who doesn't go first overall. However, Tennessee might elect to stick with Zach Mettenberger as the 2015 starter and address another need area.
Bill O'Brien and the Houston Texans are keeping "all options open" for the No. 1 overall pick. That includes Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel and South Carolina pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney, who were defended by O'Brien on Tuesday.
Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles will meet with the Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars, likely before his March 19 pro day in Orlando.
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley skimmed the surface with fly-by evaluations of the 2014 draft's top quarterbacks and came away excited by Texas A&M Johnny Manziel, Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater and UCF's Blake Bortles. All three will meet with the Jaguars this weekend.
More than a decade of draft misses in the first round with only seldom exceptions could entice the attention-starved Jacksonville Jaguars to swing for the fences with the third overall pick. One target: Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel.
Rather than continue to spend high picks on pass rushers (with less than impressive results), the new regime in Jacksonville is hoping a young secondary can duplicate Gus Bradley's success in Seattle.
The AFC South could get a lot more interesting with impressive hauls by each team in the division.
An estimated 60 NFL representatives attended the USC Pro Day, including key decision-makers from the Jaguars, Rams and Bears. Other teams thought likely to be interested in the Pro Day, on the other hand, were lightly represented.
Potential first-round picks Jonathan Cooper and Sylvester Williams were the main draws but running back Giovani Bernard, offensive tackle Brennan Williams and little-known wideout Jheranie Boyd also turned heads.

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