Kansas City Chiefs: Sean Renfree, QB, Duke
Ricky Stanzi was part of the old regime, so Andy Reid may want to bring in his own young quarterback.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Mark Harrison, WR, Rutgers
The Jaguars may draft a receiver late because of their lacking depth at the position.
Pick change; previously Aaron Hester, CB
Oakland Raiders: Cooper Taylor, S, Richmond
The Raiders don't have any depth behind Tyvon Branch and Usama Young.
Philadelphia Eagles: Joe Kruger, DE/DT, Utah
The Eagles end up taking a Utah defensive lineman after all. They're expected to address the five-technique position at some point.
Detroit Lions: Cody Davis, S, Texas Tech
The Lions may spend two picks in this draft on defensive backs to bolster their secondary depth.
Philadelphia Eagles: Robbie Rouse, RB, Fresno State
Philadelphia is also expected to draft a running back at some point after dealing Dion Lewis to the Browns.
Minnesota Vikings: Marcus Davis, WR, Virginia Tech
The Vikings could very well double up on receivers in the 2013 NFL Draft considering the lack of talent they have at the position.
Minnesota Vikings: Nickell Robey, CB, USC
The Vikings could draft a second cornerback because they have two players at the position heading into free agency next spring.
Pick change; previously Zeke Motta, S
New York Jets: Jakar Hamilton, S, South Carolina State
I wanted to mock a safety to the Jets earlier, but I couldn't find a good fit. They need help at the position.
Tennessee Titans: Khalid Wooten, CB, Nevada
The Titans currently have just four cornerbacks on their roster. That's not good.
Miami Dolphins: Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
Even if the Dolphins trade for Branden Albert or draft a tackle early, they could still look for depth at the position in the late rounds.
Philadelphia Eagles: Khaled Holmes, C, USC
The Eagles need a better plan at center if Jason Kelce gets hurt again. Chip Kelly is familiar with Khaled Holmes.
Arizona Cardinals: Josh Johnson, CB, Purdue
The Cardinals are counting on Antoine Cason this season, so they obviously need help at corner.
Seattle Seahawks: Rufus Johnson, DE, Tarleton State
Michael Bennett was a great acquisition, but he signed on for only one season.
San Diego Chargers: Kerwynn Williams, RB, Utah State
The Chargers really should think about bringing in some competition for Ryan Mathews, who will undoubtedly get injured again this season.
St. Louis Rams: Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa
Once again, St. Louis is really lacking for cornerback depth.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Ryan Griffin, QB, Tulane
The Steelers need to bring in a young quarterback to groom behind Ben Roethlisberger.
Miami Dolphins: Ray Ray Armstrong, SS, Miami
Miami doesn't really have much behind Chris Clemons and Reshad Jones, so a late-round pick could be used for depth.
New York Giants: Rontez Miles, S, California-PA
The Giants lost Kenny Phillips to the Eagles, so they'll probably be looking for a safety late in the 2013 NFL Draft.
New England Patriots: Cory Grissom, DT, South Florida
New England signed Tommy Kelly this offseason, but he's likely to be yet another lethargic player who busts with the Patriots. Defensive tackle help will be needed if that's the case.
Cleveland Browns: Bradley McDougald, S, Kansas
The Browns are another team with safety issues. There are only four on the roster, and two are young, undrafted free agents.
Washington Redskins: Mychal Rivera, TE, Tennessee
Washington was able to retain Fred Davis, but for only one season. Here's some insurance in case Davis doesn't come back in 2014.
Minnesota Vikings: Jason Weaver, OT, Southern Miss
The Vikings could stand to add some depth at offensive tackle.
Indianapolis Colts: Edmund Kugbila, G, Valdosta State
The Colts signed Gosder Cherilus, but they still need to find another upgrade on the interior of their offensive line. The weakest of Andrew Luck's blockers last year was right guard Mike McGlynn, who was guilty of four sacks in the final four games.
Seattle Seahawks: Cierre Wood, RB, Notre Dame
The Seahawks might look into drafting a running back to play behind Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin.
Green Bay Packers: Brice Butler, WR, San Diego State
The Packers could go with a wideout way earlier than this, but they end up with Brice Butler in the seventh round.
Pick change; previously Garrett Gilkey, OT
Houston Texans: Jose Jose, NT, Central Florida
What if Jose Jose's middle name is also Jose. That would make this sentence possible: "No way, Jose, Jose Jose Jose." Hopefully this doesn't deter the Texans from drafting him for nose tackle depth.
Denver Broncos: Keelan Johnson, S, Arizona State
The Broncos drafted a safety earlier, but they could take another primarily for special-teams help.
New England Patriots: Jasper Collins, WR, Mount Union
The Patriots are pretty desperate at receiver, so they could draft two despite their limited selections.
Atlanta Falcons: T.J. Barnes, NT, Georgia Tech
More help for the Falcons' defensive line. Peria Jerry just can't seem to live up to his potential because of his knee problems.
San Francisco 49ers: Quinton Dial, DE/DT, Alabama
Even if they spend an early pick on a five-technique defensive lineman, the 49ers will still be pretty thin at that position.
Baltimore Ravens: Steve Williams, CB, California
The Ravens have some question marks in their cornerback group, so they could take another one late in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Philadelphia Eagles: Don Jones, S, Arkansas State
Don Jones has drawn a ton of interest from teams lately. The Eagles could take him to bring in some competition at safety.
Cincinnati Bengals: Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State
Cincinnati could take another troubled player who offers lots of upside.
Seattle Seahawks: Levine Toiolo, TE, Stanford
The Seahawks could stand to add some competition at the tight end position.
Seattle Seahawks: Luke Batton, ILB, Kent State
Seattle is pretty thin at linebacker, so here's a second pick used on the position.
Atlanta Falcons: Philip Lutzenkirchen, TE, Auburn
The Falcons may use a late-round pick to find a possible tight end for the future.
Atlanta Falcons: LaAdrian Waddle, OT, Texas Tech
The Falcons wouldn't have cut Tyson Clabo if they weren't comfortable with their right tackle situation. They'll probably bring in depth though.
Detroit Lions: Brad Wing, P, LSU
The Lions had major punting problems last year, which they could solve by bringing in Brad Wing.
San Francisco 49ers: Tyrone Goard, WR, Eastern Kentucky
Anquan Boldin and Mario Manningham both have expiring contracts this upcoming spring.
Baltimore Ravens: Jeff Baca, G, UCLA
The Ravens don't have much interior offensive line depth in the wake of Matt Birk's retirement.
Tennessee Titans: Lerentee McCray, OLB, Florida
The Titans need to add some linebackers because they have no depth there.
Pick change; previously Jordan Rodgers, QB
Atlanta Falcons: Brandan Bishop, S, N.C. State
The Falcons' top reserve safeties are people named Shann Schillinger and Charles Mitchell, so they may want to bring in some depth.
Miami Dolphins: Braxston Cave, C, Notre Dame
Miami could use a better backup center behind Mike Pouncey.
Cincinnati Bengals: Alex Carder, QB, Western Michigan
Josh Johnson and John Skelton will battle it out for the No. 2 job in Cincinnati this August. The Bengals may want to draft a rookie to be the No. 3 guy.
San Francisco 49ers: Lawrence Okoye, DE/DT, England
The 49ers might as well take a project like this with one of their many picks. There could be a big payoff.
New York Giants: Emmett Cleary, OT, Boston College
Emmett Cleary has been mentioned as a late-round option for the Giants, who could use some depth up front.
Indianapolis Colts: Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh
Donald Brown is playing in the last year of his deal, so the Colts could use a late-round pick on a running back.
@Wesley C everyone hates Mike Mularkey and states he isn't a head coach, reminds people of his failed stints in Buffalo and Jacksonville but starting QB's were Blaine Gabbert and J.P Losman not to mention those squads were just absymal. He finally has a playoff unit and I believe he's doing a decent job compared to his predecessors. Give the man a chance same goes for Tennessee. This team is a top ten unit if they can avoid injuries to key players.