You're basically giving the Patriots a another slot receiver that really wouldn't see that much playing time UNLESS Amendola or Edelman were to get injured. Braxton Miller with the Pats' second round pick and Kyle Murphy with their third round pick. You should really start doing some research on these teams before you make your picks.
Oakland Raiders: Adam Koets, OT, Oregon State
Wouldn't hurt to add depth to the offensive line this late in the draft.
Dallas Cowboys: Zac Taylor, QB, Nebraska
Could beat out Matt Baker for the No. 3 spot on the depth chart, eventually taking over as Tony Romo's backup once Brad Johnson retires.
Cleveland Browns: Martin Teal, WR, Troy State
Another receiver for a pretty thin corps. I have a feeling tons of wide outs will be drafted in Round 7, as teams will be looking for the next Marques Colston.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Andrew Wellock, K, Eastern Michigan
Even though he hit a 63-yarder, Matt Bryant was just 6-of-11 from beyond 40 last year.
Arizona Cardinals: David Lofton, FS, Stanford
Secondary depth for a receiver-friendly NFC West.
Washington Redskins: Syvelle Newton, WR, South Carolina
Brandon Lloyd and Antwaan Randle El just didn't live up to expectations last year.
Minnesota Vikings: Mark Fenton, C, Colorado
Minnesota doesn't have much depth on its offensive line.
Houston Texans: Steve Breaston, WR, Michigan
Another player who can only help an arid receiving corps.
Miami Dolphins: Adam Podlesh, P, Maryland
Donnie Jones left for St. Louis, so the Dolphins need a new punter.
New Orleans Saints: Cory Anderson, FB, Tennessee
A quality backup for Mike Karney.
Chicago Bears: Mike Otto, OT, Purdue
Chicago's second-string offensive line could be improved.
Buffalo Bills: David Ball, WR, New Hampshire
Buffalo needs to find a quality No. 2 receiver to play across from Lee Evans.
Tennessee Titans: Stan White Jr., FB, Ohio State
Will compete with Ahmard Hall for the starting fullback gig.
New York Giants: Clark Harris, TE, Rutgers
A new backup for Jeremy Shockey.
St. Louis Rams: Corey Hilliard, OT, Oklahoma State
The Rams definitely could have used depth at offensive tackle last season.
Carolina Panthers: Matt Spaeth, TE, Minnesota
It wouldn't hurt to acquire a backup for Greg Olsen, Zach Miller, or whomever the Panthers draft as their long-term tight end.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Mkristo Bruce, DE, Washington State
More personnel for Pittsburgh's new 4-3 defense.
Green Bay Packers: Keith Jackson, DT, Arkansas
I'd like to see the Packers add better reserves at defensive tackle.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Drisan James, WR, Boise State
Another quick receiver for Jacksonville. Drisan James ran a 4.40 at his Pro Day.
Cincinnati Bengals: Chris Leak, QB, Florida
The Bengals have only two quarterbacks on their depth chart.
Kansas City Chiefs: A.J. Davis, CB, N.C. State
Kansas City barely has any quality depth at corner.
Seattle Seahawks: Jesse Daniels, SS, LSU
I'll say this again: The Seahawks need to make sure they're not signing defensive backs off the street come December and January.
Denver Broncos: Brandon McDonald, CB, Memphis
Even with the addition of Dre Bly, the Broncos still could use some quality depth at corner.
Dallas Cowboys: Zach Latimer, ILB, Oklahoma
Another inside linebacker for a team that has only three.
Green Bay Packers: DeAndre Jackson, CB, Iowa State
Al Harris turns 33 in December and may not be that effective much longer.
Philadelphia Eagles: Victor DeGrate, DE, Oklahoma State
Jerome McDougle, Jevon Kearse and Darren Howard are all question marks at defensive end, given each of their injury history.
Dallas Cowboys: Kenny Scott, CB, Georgia Tech
A youth movement at corner is a must; Aaron Glenn (34), Anthony Henry (30) and Terence Newman (29 in September) aren't getting any younger.
Miami Dolphins: Matt McGlothlin, DE, Tennessee
Miami, with its 3-4 hybrid defense, needs a tough player up front to help stop the run.