Last update: Saturday, May 10, 2014.
This is a 2014 NFL Mock Re-Draft of Rounds 4 and 5 for Saturday evening's NFL Draft coverage. With all of the trades that will go down, I don't expect to get many of these right, but it's still fun to speculate where the top prospects will go on Day 3 of the 2014 NFL Draft.
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Philadelphia Eagles: Dontae Johnson, CB, North Carolina State
The Eagles still need cornerback help and have shown interest in Johnson.
Washington Redskins: Victor Hampton, CB, South Carolina
The Redskins grab a nickel corner to pair with DeAngelo Hall and David Amerson.
Atlanta Falcons: Devonta Freeman, RB, Florida State
The Falcons wanted and missed out on Terrance West, but Devonta Freeman isn't a bad option. He'll help in pass protection for Matt Ryan.
New York Jets: Martavius Bryant, WR, Clemson
The Jets land a big, fast wide receiver to help their offense.
New England Patriots: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers
The Patriots take a corner for depth.
San Francisco 49ers: Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida
The 49ers take a cornerback for depth.
Oakland Raiders: Terrance Mitchell, CB, Oregon
The Raiders signed some short-term veterans for their secondary, but could still use young talent to go with D.J. Hayden. Oakland has shown interest in Mitchell.
Seattle Seahawks: Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU
The Seahawks could use a disruptor for the inside of their line.
Buffalo Bills: Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor
The Bills could use a running back to eventually replace Fred Jackson. They've shown interest in Seastrunk.
St. Louis Rams: A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama
The Rams grab some depth behind Sam Bradford.
Seattle Seahawks: Carl Bradford, OLB/ILB, Arizona State
The Seahawks could use depth at the LEO linebacker after losing Chris Clemons.
Tennessee Titans: Vinnie Sunseri, S, Alabama
The Titans could use some secondary depth at safety.
New York Giants: Carl Bradford, OLB/ILB, Florida State
The Giants need to improve their linebackers.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty
The Jaguars need a lot of help at corner, and Aikens was a favorite of theirs at the Senior Bowl.
New York Jets: Keith McGill, WR, Utah
The Jets add another corner and a player they showed interest in.
Oakland Raiders: Caruan Reid, DT, Princeton
The Raiders could use an interior disruptor.
Chicago Bears: Dion Bailey, S, USC
The Bears can use another defender for the back end.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Justin Ellis, DT, Louisiana Tech
The Steelers could use a young nose tackle.
Dallas Cowboys: Cyril Richardson, G, Baylor
Dallas grabs more offensive line talent. Doug Free will be gone in a year and Richardson, Zack Martin, Travis Frederick and Tyron Smith could form a tough offensive line.
Arizona Cardinals: James Hurst, OT, North Carolina
The Cardinals get a potential right tackle.
Green Bay Packers: Tyler Larsen, C, Utah State
Having lost Evan Dietrich-Smith, the Packers grab some depth for their offensive line.
Tennessee Titans: Taylor Hart, DE, Oregon
The Titans could use a five-technique for their 3-4.
Cincinnati Bengals: Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech
The Bengals grab a quarterback to push Andy Dalton.
Kansas City Chiefs: Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh
The Chiefs will always look at the quarterbacks under Andy Reid.
Miami Dolphins: David Yankey, G, Stanford
The Dolphins could use more help at guard.
New Orleans Saints: Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood
The Saints grab another corner, and they've shown interest in Desir.
Cleveland Browns: Bruce Ellington, CB, South Carolina
The Browns grab a receiving weapon.
Carolina Panthers: Telvin Smith, OLB, Florida State
The Panthers grab an outside linebacker they've shown interest in.
San Francisco 49ers: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
The 49ers could draft multiple cornerbacks and have shown interest in Colvin. San Francisco drafted Marcus Lattimore after his knee injury, so I don't think that will back the organization off a good value like Colvin. The 49res can stash him on injured reserve for a year just like Brandon Thomas.
New England Patriots: Cameron Fleming, OT, Stanford
The Patriots could use some offensive line depth.
Denver Broncos: Chris Smith, DE/OLB, Arkansas
The Broncos add an edge rusher for depth.
Seattle Seahawks: Brent Urban, DE/DT Virginia
The Seahawks could use more depth on the defensive line after losing some veterans in free agency.
Detroit Lions: Shaq Evans, WR, UCLA
The Lions grab some wide receiver competition.
Baltimore Ravens: Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson
It wouldn't hurt the Ravens to add some competition for Tyrod Taylor.
Houston Texans: Andre Williams, RB, Boston College
The Texans grab another running back to pair with Arian Foster and Andre Brown. Williams offers a physical runner for first and second down.
Detroit Lions: Larry Webster, DE, Bloomsburg
The Lions grab another edge rusher and have shown lots of interest in Webster.
New York Jets: Yawin Smallwood, ILB, Connecticut
The Jets add some linebacker competition.
Baltimore Ravens: Rashaad Reynolds, CB, Oregon State
The Ravens go best player available and grab some cornerback depth.
Atlanta Falcons: Jordan Tripp, LB, Montana
The Falcons could bolster their linebacking corps and seem interested in Tripp.
New England Patriots: DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State
The Patriots bolster the interior of their defensive line.
I totally agree with your argument on some points. I would not take Trubisky in the first round. However, he is worth taking in later round though he wont make it pass the jets if the browns don't take him 1st overall. In the NFL today 1st rounders are expected to contribute immediately gone are the days of drafting a guy especially QB's and having him sit and learn. there are a few exceptions one being Rodgers who sat being farve and jimmy g who has sat behind brady. but the browns would better served not taking a QB at all this year. I would trade the first overall pick if I can to obtain more picks in next years draft to trade up if need be to obtain one of the many stud QB's in the 2018 draft. the jets are need a qb and im pretty sure they would trade the farm to have the opportunity to get a potential franchise guy. I would start Kessler he showed promise last season and deserves a fair shot osweiler is a sunk cost but the browns were smart in acquiring him as he is still young and hue Jackson is an offensive genius and can get the most out of any QB look at the drop off Dalton had last year without him. last year the browns were smart in trading their pick and I obtaining assets and it will payoff long term if thier owner doesnt botch it. they should do the same this year i know garrett is a clowney type talent and the browns should take him but they have many holes on the roster and due to thier history of being terrible it they wont be able to sign big time free agents unless they are players who are looking for a payday and dont really care about winning so they are forced to build through the draft which is smart because you will get players you want and can estahblish the culture of the locker room.