The Rams shook up the draft board by trading up to the No. 1 overall pick, surrendering a huge haul to the Titans for the right to any prospect of their choosing. It also creates a ripple effect.
Could the Bengals find a sidekick for No. 1 wide receiver A.J. Green in the first round or will head coach Marvin Lewis look again at secondary help?
Did the NFL let the air out of the New England Patriots draft by docking their first-round pick or will Bill Belichick outsmart the league with a fistful of middle-rounders in 2016?
The Ravens find their kind of guy in DeForest Buckner at No. 6 -- he can rush the QB and is tough against the run -- which causes a ripple effect.
Harvin has blown his way through four different locker rooms in the last four years and could be on his way to a fifth.
One of Tom Brady's old weapons will head to Cincinnati to help out Andy Dalton.
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.
By adding four former first-round picks (and possibly another soon) this offseason, the Patriots have tried to overcome the Deflategate punishment handed down by commissioner Roger Goodell. With multiple needs met, what direction will New England take in the draft? NFLDraftScout.com founder and publisher Frank Cooney explores.
Should Drew Brees take a hometown discount, ala Tom Brady, to help the Saints rebuild -- or exploit his leverage? Here's an option that could make both sides happy.
Andre Johnson isn't retiring despite his disappointing season and clear signs of aging.

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