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?
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.