Jacksonville Jaguars: Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina
The Jaguars have a pretty lackluster linebacking corps, as Russell Allen and Geno Hayes currently surround Paul Posluszny.
Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon McGee, CB, Miami
It wouldn't surprise me to see the Eagles add a corner in Rounds 3-5 despite signing Bradley Fletcher and Cary Williams. Neither is a No. 1 corner, so Philadelphia may want someone who can develop into one.
Detroit Lions: Michael Williams, TE, Alabama
The Lions are looking for another tight end after losing Will Heller this offseason.
Seattle Seahawks: Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
Seattle's greatest priority going into this offseason was finding more pass-rushers. They added Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril, but they could still use an interior presence.
Cleveland Browns: Kenny Stills, WR, Oklahoma
Josh Gordon improved as the 2012 season went along, but the Browns need another receiver to go along with the inconsistent Greg Little.
Arizona Cardinals: David Bass, DE/OLB, Missouri Western
If the Cardinals can't land Dion Jordan or Ezekiel Ansah at No. 7, they'll have to find someone else later in the draft to compete for the starting job across from Sam Acho.
New York Jets: Zac Dysert, QB, Miami of Ohio
The Jets have to draft a quarterback at some point, and it looks like it's going to be Zac Dysert. New York has shown a ridiculous amount of interest in him.
Tennessee Titans: Zac Stacy, RB, Vanderbilt
Tennessee may spend a late-round pick on a running back. Someone to challenge Shonn Greene for the No. 2 job wouldn't hurt.
Buffalo Bills: Lavar Edwards, DE, LSU
The Bills spent tons of money on Mario Williams and Mark Anderson last offseason, but while the former picked up his play after the bye, the latter was dreadful whenever he was on the field. Buffalo needs to put as much pressure on the quarterback if it wants to unseat the Patriots in the division.
New Orleans Saints: Chris Faulk, OT/G, LSU
The Saints have to find tackle help at some point. They've shown interest in local product Chris Faulk.
San Diego Chargers: Marc Anthony, CB, California
Quentin Jammer and Antoine Cason are no longer on the roster. The Chargers signed Derek Cox, but they need another corner.
Miami Dolphins: Joseph Randle, RB, Oklahoma State
The Dolphins don't seem to like Daniel Thomas very much, so they may consider a mid-round complement for Lamar Miller.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: A.J. Klein, ILB, Iowa State
In addition to fixing their defensive line and cornerback corps, the Buccaneers have to do something about their linebacking situation. They should look into drafting a middle linebacker and moving Mason Foster outside.
Carolina Panthers: Akeem Spence, DT, Illinois
Though they have limited picks, it wouldn't surprise me if the Panthers doubled up on defensive tackles because that area is so incredibly weak.
St. Louis Rams: Ace Sanders, WR, South Carolina
The Rams will probably draft two receivers this weekend because they don't have anyone beyond Brian Quick, Chris Givens and Austin Pettis.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Josh Boyce, WR, TCU
Here is some much-needed help for Ben Roethlisberger. The Steelers need a new wideout after losing Mike Wallace.
Dallas Cowboys: Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State
Here's some more defensive line help for the Cowboys, as they transition into their new 4-3 scheme.
New York Giants: Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers
The Giants are set at running back right now with David Wilson and Andre Brown, but the latter will be a free agent next spring.
Chicago Bears: Reid Fragel, OT, Ohio State
Here's another offensive lineman for the Bears. They clearly aren't too pleased with J'Marcus Webb, so they may want to bring in some competition for him.
Washington Redskins: Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas
The Redskins have to fix their secondary, but something else they should do is find some help at receiver. I think they'll do that if they get good value.
Minnesota Vikings: Will Davis, CB, Utah State
The Vikings shocked everyone when they cut Antoine Winfield recently. Cornerback help is now needed.
Cincinnati Bengals: Chase Thomas, DE/OLB, Stanford
The Bengals need some competition at strongside linebacker in the wake of losing Manny Lawson to the Bills.
San Francisco 49ers: Walter Stewart, DE/OLB, Cincinnati
The 49ers are all about drafting high-upside players and redshirting them until they're ready to play. They could do that with Walter Stewart, who would be a second-round prospect if it weren't for his injury concerns.
Seattle Seahawks: Alvin Bailey, G/OT, Arkansas
The Seahawks need some help on the right side of their offensive line. Both guard and tackle need to be upgraded.
Green Bay Packers: Kwame Geathers, NT, Georgia
Kwame Geathers doesn't fill an immediate need, but he would help with depth right away. More importantly, he'd provide the Packers with a successor for Ryan Pickett and insurance just in case they can't retain B.J. Raji, who will be a free agent next spring.
Houston Texans: Oday Aboushi, G/OT, Virginia
The Texans want to bolster their offensive line this offseason. They're very thin at tackle.
Denver Broncos: Ty Powell, LB, Harding
The Broncos don't have the greatest depth at linebacker, so a late-round pick could be used to bolster this area.
Pick change; previously Devonte Holloman, OLB
Washington Redskins: Rod Sweeting, CB, Georgia Tech
With so many cornerbacks heading for free agency next spring, the Redskins may double up on the position.
Atlanta Falcons: Tavarres King, WR, Georgia
The Falcons have absolutely zero depth at receiver. They need some help with that, as well as a potential successor for Roddy White.
Cleveland Browns: Brian Winters, G, Kent State
If the Browns trade down from No. 6, they may target Chance Warmack or Jonathan Cooper because they have a big hole at left guard. If they don't land either, they'll have to address that need later on.
Baltimore Ravens: Montori Hughes, NT, Tennessee-Martin
The Ravens signed Chris Canty and Marcus Spears, but both are 30-plus. Considering that, as well as Arthur Jones' impending free agency next spring, Ozzie Newsome may want to draft a defensive lineman in the middle rounds.
Miami Dolphins: J.C. Tretter, G, Cornell
The Dolphins couldn't land Jonathan Cooper at No. 12, so they'll have to look elsewhere for an upgrade over John Jerry.
Pick change; previously Dion Sims, TE
Green Bay Packers: Brandon Jenkins, DE/OLB, Florida State
Before Erik Walden left, I wrote that the Packers need to make sure Walden wouldn't be on the field next year. It's strange that the Colts paid him so much money.
Baltimore Ravens: Nico Johnson, ILB, Alabama
The Ravens lost Ray Lewis to retirement and Dannell Ellerbe to the Dolphins this offseason. They're obviously desperate for inside linebacker help.
For the Vikings it doesn't matter who our RB is if we don't improve the line first. Our first pick HAS to be an offensive lineman. Preferably an OT where we have nobody who should be starting, but it could also be an interior lineman if that's what's available. Obviously the Vikings could spend in FA and improve the line to a point where our first pick can be BPA, but the line is by far and away the number one priority.
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