Sorry, franchise tags don't count -- and, no, the Vikings trading for Sam Bradford isn't No. 1
Brandin Cooks can fly -- just ask Raiders cornerback Sean Smith
If Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott falls past the Cowboys at No. 4, several teams selecting in the mid first round will be on the phone with the Browns, looking to trade up to No. 8 for the talented Buckeyes runner.
The Raiders have nailed their early-round draft picks the last two years, and another successful draft this April could mean the playoffs. What prospects and positions might they target in the 2016 NFL Draft?
The Rams' big trade up to No. 1 means another draft with QBs going 1-2, while the Titans still land a top tackle while the Bolts luck into Laremy Tunsil.
With Mark Sanchez currently penciled in as the starter, the Broncos continue to examine every scenario at the quarterback position, including possibly drafting a passer like Michigan State's Connor Cook in the first round.
With a number of teams searching for safety help, a talent like Neal might not make it until day two of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Don't buy that the Browns are out of the QB sweepstakes after inking RG3. They'll take a passer at No. 2 -- and it will be Jared Goff, not Carson Wentz.
Although 2013 first round cornerback D.J. Hayden hasn't panned out in Oakland, the Raiders shouldn't allow that failed experiment to keep them from drafting a different Houston cornerback this year
By opening their wallet to lure in pricey free agents like Kelechi Osemele, Bruce Irvin and Sean Smith, the Raiders have fans in Oakland dreaming of the playoffs. Given the presence of young stars Derek Carr, Khalil Mack and Amari Cooper, the Silver and Black may indeed be back.

Biggest Stories