Thursday's blockbuster deal with the Titans puts the Rams in the driver's seat to draft their preferred quarterback -- Carson Wentz of North Dakota State or Cal's Jared Goff -- and fill the team's most glaring need.
Miami moved back in the draft in a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles to slide from No. 8 to 13. Are the Dolphins out of the mix for a blue-chip prospect or can they score a value pick at a need position such as LB or RB?
The Rams move to Los Angeles is getting all the attention, but significant roster questions persist including whether Case Keenum is a legit option at quarterback.
With approximately $45 million invested in just three players, the Miami Dolphins must determine who are the priorities before the 2016 NFL arrives -- with its bounty of young, talented (and relatively inexpensive) help. NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney charts the rough waters.
Leonard Williams and the rest of the N.Y. Jets rookie class reports to minicamp this week. Before the players hit the field, NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney breaks down the 2015 Jets.

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