Oakland Raiders: Jay Staggs, SS, UNLV
The Raiders need depth at safety in the wake of Derrick Gibson's departure.
Denver Broncos: Dan Santucci, G, Notre Dame
With Cooper Carlisle headed to Oakland, the Broncos now have only three guards on their roster.
New York Jets: Marquice Cole, CB, Northwestern
The Jets need some quality reserves at cornerback if they wish to combat all of New England's new receivers.
Cleveland Browns: Le'Ron McClain, FB, Alabama
Will compete with Lawrence Vickers and Alan Ricard for the starting fullback gig. I can't wait to hear Chris Berman have fun with this guy's name. "McClain! Shoot zee glass!"
Washington Redskins: Justin Medlock, K, UCLA
I'm not sure if the Redskins want to rely on Shaun Suisham as their field-goal kicker.
New England Patriots: Tarell Brown, CB, Texas
With tons of draft picks, the Patriots can afford to take a shot on Tarell Brown, a second-round talent who has been arrested twice this past year.
Miami Dolphins: Jon Abbate, MLB, Wake Forest
Could be Zach Thomas' successor. I've heard scouts compare Jon Abbate to Thomas.
Minnesota Vikings: Kerry Reed, WR, Michigan State
When Billy McMullen and Troy Williamson are your starters, you probably need to draft more than one receiver.
Houston Texans: Roderick Rogers, FS, Wisconsin
The Texans need help at both safety positions. Wouldn't be surprised if Roderick Rogers beat out C.C. Brown in camp.
Cincinnati Bengals: Mike Jones, G, Iowa
If Andrew Whitworth eventually moves to offensive tackle, the Bengals will need quality depth at guard.
Tennessee Titans: Enoka Lucas, C, Oregon
Someone at center for when Kevin Mawae calls it quits.
New York Giants: Nick Folk, K, Arizona
Jay Feely is gone, meaning the Giants will need to bring in a reliable kicker.
St. Louis Rams: Ramonce Taylor, RB, Texas College
Steven Jackson's backups are Travis Minor and Kay-Jay Harris.
Carolina Panthers: Dustin Fry, C, Clemson
A center fit for the zone-blocking scheme and a backup for Justin Hartwig.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Tyler Palko, QB, Pittsburgh
Just in case Ben Roethlisberger can't make it back from an unfortunate 2006 season.
Green Bay Packers: Corey White, FB, UAB
The Packers love fullbacks who can catch the ball, and Corey White's the top remaining fullback who can do that well.
Jacksonville Jaguars: David Patterson, DT, Ohio State
Jacksonville can improve its depth at defensive tackle, and David Patterson is a fourth-round prospect.
Dallas Cowboys: Antwan Barnes, OLB, Florida International
The Cowboys are pretty thin at outside linebacker.
Kansas City Chiefs: Jesse Allen, FB, Virginia Tech
Larry Johnson's yards-per-carry average dropped by nearly a tenth in 2006. Part of the reason was Tony Richardson's absence. The Chiefs need a strong
blocker to lead the way for Johnson.
Seattle Seahawks: Jacob Ford, DE, Central Arkansas
Another defensive end for the Seahawks, who have only three on their roster.
Denver Broncos: Marvin Mitchell, MLB, Tennessee
With Al Wilson gone, depth at middle linebacker is a must.
Miami Dolphins: C.J. Gaddis, CB, Clemson
Another corner for the Dolphins, who have just four on their depth chart.
Dallas Cowboys: Brandon Pace, K, Virginia Tech
I know Jerry Jones vowed never spend on another kicker, but with two sixth-round picks, I think he can afford to do so.
Philadelphia Eagles: Kevin Payne, FS, Louisiana-Monroe
A very underrated free safety who could become Brian Dawkins' heir apparent.
New England Patriots: Blair Phillips, ILB, Oregon
More depth at linebacker. The Patriots cannot afford to be gassed against the Colts again.
Baltimore Ravens: Brandon Frye, OT, Virginia Tech
Baltimore needs all the help it can get on its offensive line.
Tennessee Titans: Jeff Rowe, QB, Nevada
A quality backup quarterback for Vince Young.
Washington Redskins: Jake Kuresa, G, BYU
With Derrick Dockery gone, the Redskins need support at guard.
Tennessee Titans: Derek Landri, DT, Notre Dame
Help for Tennessee's brittle defensive line.
Baltimore Ravens: Quinton Culberson, ILB, Mississippi State
There isn't much behind Ray Lewis and Bart Scott.
New England Patriots: Joe Newton, TE, Oregon State
How many picks do the Patriots have? Might as well take the best player available.
New England Patriots: Ryan Glasper, SS, Boston College
The Patriots love smart, team players like Ryan Glasper. Some dub him the next Rodney Harrison.