If there is a silver lining to the season-ending ACL tear suffered by Denver Broncos' Pro Bowl left tackle Ryan Clady, it is that the club's second round pick is an ideal match in new head coach Gary Kubiak's beloved West Coast Offense and therefore could step in and play immediately.
With the reigning MVP still residing in Green Bay, the Packers remain the NFC North's best team and a Super Bowl favorite but steady progress is being made in Minnesota, where another strong haul of defensive prospects could make the Vikings surprisingly tough in 2015.
Are the Lions still wanting for defensive tackle help despite adding Haloti Ngata from the Ravens? Detroit's 33 unofficial visits, compiled by NFLDraftScout.com, include eight defensive tackle prospects and seven wide receivers.
The Detroit Lions did not get instant impact from their 2014 first-round pick, TE Eric Ebron, and only five of their last 17 picks were starters at the end of last season. Following major personnel changes, how would you spend Detroit's six picks in the 2015 draft?
While Central Florida's Breshad Perriman captured the attention of the masses by running in the 4.2s during his Pro Day workout, scouts at Duke and Rice were rewarded with impressive performances from a couple of "other" middle round prospects hoping to crack the Top 100.
This article is one of a 32-part series in which the goal is to identify one relatively unheralded player selected in the 2014 NFL Draft who appears to be an especially good schematic fit with his new NFL team.