Veteran cornerbacks Brandon Browner and Kyle Wilson were brought in to help but don't be surprised if former Florida State standout P.J. Williams outplays his third round selection and proves a 'starter' at nickel as a rookie for the Saints.
The Miami Dolphins made the big splash in free agency with the signing of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and could see Georgia's Todd Gurley as the perfect draft day follow-up. Meanwhile if Philip Rivers is to remain in San Diego, protecting him with Wisconsin's record-breaking Melvin Gordon could be the key to success in the AFC West.
In a critical third season for coach Andy Reid, the Kansas City Chiefs can look for help with four picks in the top 100 and 10 total selections in the 2015 draft. How should GM John Dorsey invest his bounty of draft assets?
The Saints have a pair of first-round picks, including 13th overall, after a number of offseason moves created a number of new needs. Some pre-existing spots -- hello, pass rushers -- to address might be more pressing. Who would you take with the 13th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft?
One of two teams with a pair of first-round picks, the New Orleans Saints are one of the biggest movers and shakers in the offseason and enter the 2015 draft with nine total selections. How should the Saints invest their ample draft assets?
Whether Tennessee holds onto the No. 2 overall pick or trades it away to the highest bidder, Oregon's Marcus Mariota will follow Florida State's Jameis Winston as the second overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft.
The New York Jets add playmakers at quarterback and wide receiver in a just-updated two round mock draft that features plenty of surprises and potential plug-and-play starters for the Buffalo Bills and Seattle Seahawks.
Needing to add juice to a defense smarting with the losses of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland to retirement and cornerback Chris Culliver to free agency, the 49ers gamble on the Oakland native, who some feel is the draft's best corner and others see as a significant character risk.