Last update: Saturday, May 10, 2014. This is a 2014 NFL Mock Re-Draft of Rounds 4 and 5 for Saturday'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.
Philadelphia Eagles: Terrance Mitchell, CB, Oregon
Chip Kelly reminds me of the drunk guy at a fantasy draft who doesn't know any of the names left, so he just takes a random kicker. Except Kelly takes players he knows from the Pac-12 instead.
Washington Redskins: Josh Mauro, DE/DT, Stanford
The Redskins signed Jason Hatcher, but he's only a short-term solution on the defensive line.
Atlanta Falcons: Trevor Reilly, DE/OLB, Utah
How have the Falcons not obtained a pass-rushing linebacker yet?
New York Jets: Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
The Jets need to add more play-makers to the roster because Geno Smith was surrounded by the worst supporting cast in the NFL last year. Eric Decker was signed, but New York needs more receivers.
New England Patriots: DaQuan Jones, NT, Penn State
This pick makes sense even with the Marcus Easley first-round selection. Vince Wilfork was re-signed, but he won't be around much longer. The Patriots need a long-term solution at nose tackle.
San Francisco 49ers: Keith McGill, CB, Utah
San Francisco's group of cornerbacks isn't very strong, as Carlos Rogers and Tarell Brown have both moved on to new teams.
Oakland Raiders: Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina
The Raiders are tired of Denarius Moore, so they'll look for a potential new starting receiver.
Seattle Seahawks: Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood
The Seahawks will also need depth at corner, given that Brandon Browner and Walter Thurmond both left.
Buffalo Bills: Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson
The Bills have brought in a bunch of cornerbacks, so that might be a sign that they're going to take one somewhat early in the 2014 NFL Draft. Perhaps Corey Graham will move to safety.
St. Louis Rams: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
Zach Mettenberger could fall this far after failing his Combine drug test. If so, the Rams will consider him because they won't care about his character issues.
Seattle Seahawks: Shaquille Richardson, CB, Arizona
Another cornerback the Seahawks may have interest in.
Tennessee Titans: A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama
So much for being drafted at No. 16. This is the right spot for A.J. McCarron, as the Titans could use a possible quarterback of the future.
New York Giants: Brock Vereen, S, Minnesota
The Giants lost Will Hill to another suspension, so they'll look to add a safety in the middle rounds.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Caraun Reid, DT, Princeton
The Jaguars have just one interior defensive lineman who can rush the passer (Sen'Derrick Marks). They may want to add another to bolster their rotation.
New York Jets: Yawin Smallwood, ILB, Connecticut
The Jets may spend a mid-round choice to upgrade their depth at inside linebacker, which is lacking right now.
Oakland Raiders: Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida
The Raiders want to find a nickel cornerback to help defend against the two star quarterbacks in their division.
Chicago Bears: Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech
Chicago was able to re-sign Tim Jennings recently, while Charles Tillman was brought back, but for only one year. The Bears have to deal with Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford twice per year, so they'll definitely look to upgrade their secondary with multiple selections.
Pittsburgh Steelers: James Gayle, DE/OLB, Virginia Tech
The Steelers will be looking to add some pass-rushing depth with LaMarr Woodley gone.
Dallas Cowboys: Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU
The Cowboys desperately need a defensive tackle, as they don't have much around Henry Melton.
Arizona Cardinals: Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh
Carson Palmer was apparently wrong about the Cardinals drafting a quarterback early, but perhaps they'll do so in the middle rounds.
Green Bay Packers: Carl Bradford, LB, Arizona State
The Packers wanted Ryan Shazier at No. 21, but he didn't make it to their pick. Here's another inside linebacker.
Tennessee Titans: Kelcy Quarles, DE/DT, South Carolina
The Titans have yet to add any pieces for their new 3-4 defense.
Cincinnati Bengals: Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia
The Bengals will keep sticking with Andy Dalton, but they'll need to develop a quarterback just in case Dalton can't get them over the first-round hump.
Kansas City Chiefs: Ka'Deem Carey, RB, Arizona
The Chiefs will be looking to add a running back, as Knile Davis is not expected to be ready for the 2014 season.
Miami Dolphins: Christian Jones, LB, Florida State
The Dolphins were expected to upgrade the linebacking corps by now, but that hasn't happened yet.
New Orleans Saints: Bryan Stork, C, Florida State
The Saints are very thin on the offensive interior, especially at center.
Cleveland Browns: Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin
The Browns have to draft a receiver at some point, right? How can they go into the season with Greg Little as their No. 1 wideout?
Carolina Panthers: Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee
Everyone on Twitter had Antonio Richardson going to the Seahawks. Oops. Of course, it's Roger Goodell's fault for not slowing down the draft to match the telecasts, but whatever. Carolina has to find a left tackle.
San Francisco 49ers: Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech
The 49ers have so many picks that they'll probably use a mid-rounder on a developmental quarterback. Jim Harbaugh has shown interest in Logan Thomas.
New England Patriots: Jordan Tripp, OLB, Montana
The Patriots want to add a speedy linebacker, which is why they brought in Wesley Woodyard for a visit. They couldn't sign him, so they'll have to acquire one in the draft instead.
Denver Broncos: Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB, Texas
The Broncos need a pass-rusher in the wake of Shaun Phillips and Robert Ayers leaving the team.
Seattle Seahawks: Blake Annen, TE, Cincinnati
There's a chance Zach Miller won't be back next year, so the Seahawks will have to find another tight end to go along with Luke Willson.
Detroit Lions: Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor
The Lions don't really have anything beyond Reggie Bush and Joique Bell at running back, and the former won't be around for very long.
Baltimore Ravens: Devonta Freeman, RB, Florida State
Given Ray Rice's struggles and legal issues, the Ravens may use a pick in the middle rounds on a new running back.
Houston Texans: Andre Williams, RB, Boston College
The Texans have officially lost Ben Tate, who signed with the Browns. This was expected all along though, so the team has been looking at new options behind Arian Foster (Andre Brown signed on for just one year).
Detroit Lions: Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida
It's strange that the Lions haven't addressed their poor secondary just yet.
New York Jets: E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri
The Jets could easily double dip at the cornerback position, given how troublesome that area is.
Baltimore Ravens: Mike Davis, WR, Texas
Baltimore added Steve Smith, which I thought was an awful move (go here for my NFL Free Agent Grades), but regardless of my opinion, the Ravens are still in the market for more help at receiver.
Atlanta Falcons: Arthur Lynch, TE, Georgia
Tony Gonzalez could always return, but the Falcons need to add another tight end because chances are that he's gone for good.
New England Patriots: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers
Bill Belichick might be legally obligated to pick a Rutgers player in this draft.
A little late on this par but here goes: Houston -134 and if time available going in the second tier spot the Dodgers either with the high ML or I may go the way of the RL. Another: Colorado -134, two open. Another: Nats -149, two open. Another: Boston -200 (Sale), two open. GL tonight folks.
With every sports outlet picking the Titans, I feel they are overrated. I had them underrated last year but loved their o-line. They keep referencing before Mariota got injured. The thing is they were getting killed by the Jaguars before that injury. They pulled out some huge wins vs KC and GB but also struggled in their own division. I also wonder how Mariota's injury heals for this season as it was late in the season. I think they will be more of a .500 team that keeps games close. Hopefully, that means they cover the spread as underdogs.