Both the Bengals and the Ravens send more representatives to the team than the Steelers
There are more players at QB and DE than any other position, while the NFC West leads the way with the most representatives
The Ravens added some much needed help to the secondary by signing Powers, the former Colts and Cardinals cornerback.
This isn't mock draft predicting who each team will pick on Thursday night. No, these are the players each of the 31 teams should pick. While many of the picks are the same, there are some differences, like the Denver Broncos taking Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg.
Who is your team's favorite best and worst picks over the past 10 years? Let's break it down.
The Texans have added a strong-armed quarterback in Brock Osweiler and explosive running back in Lamar Miller so far this offseason. Next on the wish list? A dynamic wide receiver to pair with DeAndre Hopkins.
Eric Weddle seems pretty happy to be out of San Diego.
Ozzie Newsome made several typical Ravens-esque moves in free agency over the past 10 days as Baltimore looks to quickly move from the basement to the postseason.
The Ravens upgraded their secondary by signing Eric Weddle, right? Or is it already too late for Baltimore?
Weddle spent the first nine years of his career with the Chargers, a time during which he was annually one of the best safeties in the league.

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