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2014 NFL Draft Rumors

April 24, 2014.
These are NFL Draft rumors for teams. When I see something, I'll post it here. Follow @walterfootball for updates.

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Go to 2014 NFL Draft Rumors: Picks 17-32

  1. Houston Texans:
    4/23: "Good chance Texans move down. Trade similar to Giants-Chargers trade, preaarnged to take Clowney for some other team." - Gil Brandt, NFL.com

    4/22: The Texans have met with Dee Ford twice thus far (Combine, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List. Ford will be an option for the Texans at No. 33 if they take a quarterback with the first pick. That's not the scenario I have happening in my 2014 NFL Mock Draft.

    4/21: "The Texans stand a good shot of landing Teddy Bridgewater at 33. Thus it makes no sense to pass on Jadeveon Clowney with the first pick." - Charlie Campbell

    4/21: Adam Schefter said that he expects the first four picks in the 2014 NFL Draft to be Jadeveon Clowney, Greg Robinson, Khalil Mack and Sammy Watkins in some order.

    4/21: A friend of general manager Rick Smith told Peter King that the Texans prefer Khalil Mack over Jadeveon Clowney. This is 100-percent smoke.

    4/18: "The Texans could wait until the second round for their quarterback, and the level of interest in Tom Savage lately might indicate early second round could be an option." - Tania Ganguli, ESPN Texans

    4/17: The "prevailing thought around the league" is that the Texans will pick Jadeveon Clowney, according to Adam Schefter.

    4/15: John McClain, who has said all along that the Texans will be picking a quarterback, has mocked Jadeveon Clowney to Houston. "The most extraordinary physical specimen since Tyrannosaurus Rex!"

    4/14: Johnny Manziel is not in play for the Texans at No. 1 overall, according to Adam Schefter.

    4/14: "Johnny Manziel is in play anywhere from No. 3 with Jacksonville to the Rams' second first-round pick at No. 13." - Adam Schefter

    4/14: The Texans, Jaguars, Browns and Raiders are all "strongly considering" passing on a quarterback in Round 1 and waiting until Round 2 to address that need.

    4/2: Bill O'Brien called Jadeveon Clowney a "team guy" during South Carolina's Pro Day. However, Clowney, by most accounts, did not look great in the linebacker drills.

    3/28: "No way Texans trade with Buffalo to ninth." - John McClain

    3/28: Long-time NFL writer Dan Pompei is reporting that the Texans are "trying hard" to trade down and may have found a partner in the Bills. Buffalo would likely be targeting Jadeveon Clowney, as it could obtain one of the top four quarterbacks at No. 9 overall. Having Clowney on the team would give the Bills one of the league's best pass rushes. The Texans, meanwhile, could still get a quarterback with the ninth pick.

    3/22: "By signing quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and trading Matt Schaub to Oakland, the Texans have given another indication they plan to use their first-round pick on a quarterback." - John McClain

    3/19: "I'm told 3/4's through Blake Bortles workout Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien let it be known "I've seen all I need to see." - Tony Pauline

    3/19: "Blake Bortles impressed a contingent of NFL people, including Texans coach Bill O’Brien and general manager Rick Smith." - John McClain

    3/19: "I still believe Texans will draft a QB with first pick. I have no clue who it'll be. They have not ruled out any of the top three." - John McClain

    3/18: "I doubt Teddy Bridgewater's pro day will have much to do with Texans' decision. They can watch every game he played and have private workout." - John McClain

    3/17: "Scouts texts me at end of UL pro-day, 'Bortles was my #1 QB yesterday & is still my #1 QB today' ..big disappointment in Bridgewater workout." - Tony Pauline

    3/9: "I told you last week Texans wouldn't be signing Matt Cassel. And they won't be trading for Ryan Mallett, either. ... If Texans are going to try to trade for a QB, I think Browns Brian Hoyer would be the most likely target. Spent three years with Bill OBrien at New England." - John McClain

    3/8: "On the Ryan Mallett-Houston rumors that are out there … Source says that the interest is real, but nothing is definite." - Nick Underhill, Mass Live

    3/7: "Bridgewater, Bortles and Manziel are being seriously considered by Texans for top pick. Long way to go. Nobody eliminated from list." - John McClain

    3/6: "From talking to guys I trust, I just don't think Manziel is the fit for the Texans." - Todd McShay

    3/6: "Texans are considering lots of QBs to back up first round pick. They may sign two veteran back ups to go with the rook." - John McClain

    3/6: "Looking more and more like Texans go with best player on their board (likely Clowney) and a QB later in the draft. Traits usually win out." - Lance Zierlein

    3/4: "Khalil Mack's pro day performance put him in top-pick coversation." - Gil Brandt

    3/3: "I've been saying 4 weeks and I will say until I believe differently, but the Texans are taking a quarterback. I'll be shocked if they don't." - John McClain

    2/23: "Sitting at workout & impressed as hell by timing Blake Bortles is showing with strange receivers...has a lot of teams in attendance buzzing." - Tony Pauline

    2/21: "Bill O'Brien and Rick Smith will take the highest player on their board, and that player will be a quarterback." - John McClain. McClain also said Johnny Manziel doesn't fit O'Brien's offense, but hinted that Manziel could convince Houston to take him.

    2/20: Blake Bortles and Johnny Manziel are the favorites for the No. 1 pick according to CBS' Dane Brugler.

    2/19: "WalterFootball.com has spoken with sources with two of the four quarterback-needy teams picking in the top five, and both of those teams are rating Central Florida's Blake Bortles as the top signal-caller over Louisville's Teddy Brigewater and Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel. However, both of those teams see flaws in all three quarterbacks to the point that these sources think their organizations would get a better player by passing on the quarterbacks." - Charlie Campbell

    2/11: "Broke down a dozen TAMU games & can say I see no justification for taking Johnny Manziel w/1st pick; too many floaters, forced passes, etc." - Tony Pauline. Mel Kiper recently said Manziel is the "consensus" No. 1 quarterback. Apparently not.

    2/6: "If the Texans do end up taking a QB, don't be surprised if it's UCF's Blake Bortles over Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater." - Todd McShay

    2/6: "Wade Phillips told owner Bob McNair when he interviewed for the job that Bill O’Brien landed that they should draft Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel, suggesting he could have the same impact Earl Campbell once had on the Oilers." - Dale Robertson, Houston Chronicle

    2/4: "If I had to bet money I would bet on Bortles. He likes his size and arm and he played under O'Leary who was a big mentor for O'Brien." - Lance Zierlein

    2/4: The Texans are leaning toward Blake Bortles or Johnny Manziel, according to Russ Lande.

    2/4: "WalterFootball.com has spoken with a number of the quarterback-needy teams in the top 10, and a lot of them are taking a liking to Bortles over the other top quarterback prospects. These sources feel that Bortles has the best physical skill set for the NFL as he possesses the best combination of size and athletic ability." - Charlie Campbell.

    1/31: "Some even view Khalil Mack as a dark horse candidate for the Texans at No. 1 overall." - Rob Rang, CBS

    1/30: "Each day I get asked multiple times: Who are Texans drafting? I tell them 1 of the 3 top QBs. Forget about any other position." - John McClain, Houston Chronicle.

    1/27: "Perhaps Bill O'Brien feels differently, but from what I hear they aren't fans of LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger. If the Texans reach on a quarterback in the first round, I bet it will be Bortles. I still think they're more inclined to go with a veteran." - Charlie Campbell via sources

    1/26: "Teams that WalterFootball.com has heard could be interested in trading for Roethlisberger include the Houston Texans and Arizona Cardinals. The Texans selection at the top of the second round and a 2015 conditional pick could mimic what the Chiefs gave for Alex Smith last year. For more on the Ben Roethlisberger trade rumor, click the link." - Charlie Campbell

    1/24: "Still early but source beleves if its up to Bill O'Brien expect Blake Bortles/UCF at 1st pick or Zach Mettenberger/LSU at the top of rnd 2." - Tony Pauline

    1/24: "Bortles is a stud," said the scout. "This guy may end up being the No. 1 overall pick. Big, tough, athletic, strong-armed, intelligent." - a scout to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    1/24: "Bortles is also a Bill O’Brien type of passer and Houston is a franchise in desperate need of a signal caller. The owner would prefer Johnny Manziel." - Tony Pauline

    1/24: The Texans feel as though they need to improve the following positions: quarterback, right tackle, edge rusher and nickel corner.

    1/24: General manager Rick Smith was scouting Teddy Bridgewater at the Russell Athletic Bowl.

    1/24: "Rick Smith has scouted any quarterback he can draft with the No. 1 pick." - Adam Schefter.

    1/24: "In the event that the Texans trade way down, they won't be taking Louis Nix. "They feel they can land NTs later and the value isn't there for a first-round pick." - Charlie Campbell

    Follow @walterfootball for updates.

  2. St. Louis Rams:
    4/21: Adam Schefter said that he expects the first four picks in the 2014 NFL Draft to be Jadeveon Clowney, Greg Robinson, Khalil Mack and Sammy Watkins in some order.

    4/21: The Rams have met with Jason Verrett twice thus far (Combine, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/21: The Rams are "strongly considering" drafting a quarterback, according to Jim Thomas, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. They'll likely take one in the middle rounds.

    4/14: "Johnny Manziel is in play anywhere from No. 3 with Jacksonville to the Rams' second first-round pick at No. 13." - Adam Schefter

    4/9: "Notre Dame OT/OG Zack Martin had visit scheduled with Rams, but that visit was cancelled." - Jim Thomas

    4/8: General manager Les Snead has said that the Rams have had discussions with multiple teams regarding a trade.

    4/3: "Rams personnel descended upon Rock Hill, S.C. - Clowney's hometown - to do background work before the NFL Scouting Combine as due diligence in case the pass rusher falls to No. 2 in the draft." - Chris Wesseling, NFL.com

    4/3: "Several personnel guys have told me they'd be very surprised if the Rams passed on HaHa Clinton-Dix at 13." - Daniel Jeremiah

    4/2: The Rams are "falling in love" with Khalil Mack. They'll decide between him and Sammy Watkins if they stay at No. 2 and if Jadeveon Clowney is not on the board, according to Charlie Campbell. Go here for more in our NFL Draft Rumor Mill.

    3/31: The Rams, Browns, Lions, Ravens and Jets have been identified as teams that could move around in the draft, according to Peter King.

    3/29: "Jeff Fisher made it clear that any potential trade involving his team's No. 2 overall pick this year isn't likely to come to fruition in advance of May's draft." - Nick Wagoner, ESPN

    3/28: "He’s very, very explosive. I mean, he’s good with the ball. He's good without the ball. He's one of those guys that can pluck a ball at his ankles running full speed. He's gonna be a very, very good pro." - Jeff Fisher on Sammy Watkins

    3/26: "Could Rams take DE Jadeveon Clowney at No. 2 overall? Fisher: 'I've learned over the years that you never have enough pass rushers.'" - Jim Thomas

    3/26: "We've not really had any discussion with anybody (about trading down). That doesn't mean to say we won't." - Jeff Fisher

    3/16: Offensive line coaches from St. Louis and Pittsburgh (as well as Mike Tomlin) attended Michigan's Pro Day to see Taylor Lewan.

    2/24: "It's entirely possible the Rams would get the most in return from a team moving up to land South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Atlanta remains the most logical potential trade partner." - Nick Wagoner, ESPN

    2/24: "the Rams certainly will have a chance to trade the second pick, and will be very interested in doing so." - Peter King

    1/24: "After speaking with those contacts, the St. Louis Rams are definitely looking to trade down from the second-overall pick. The Rams feel that in order for a good trade market to develop, they need two quarterback prospects to emerge from the group of Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater, Central Florida's Blake Bortles, Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel and Fresno State's Derek Carr." - Charlie Campbell

    1/24: "I think our receivers right now, I truly believe as they progress ... we cannot have another receiver around here," he said. "And we're going to be a good football team." - Rams GM Les Snead.

    1/24: The Rams are committed to Sam Bradford in 2014, according to general manager Les Snead.

    1/24: The Rams are "open for business" in terms of trading the No. 2 pick. - Peter King

    1/24: "I don't think they'll go QB. Do that and you're starting over. Bradford was playing pretty well before his injury. (Bradford still has enough attempts to qualify for the passer ratings; he's currently 10th in the league in passer rating. Why would you throw that away?)" - Jim Thomas

    1/24: The Rams had scouts at the Texas A&M-Missouri game, per NFL.com's Chase Goodbread.

  3. Jacksonville Jaguars:
    4/21: Adam Schefter said that he expects the first four picks in the 2014 NFL Draft to be Jadeveon Clowney, Greg Robinson, Khalil Mack and Sammy Watkins in some order.

    4/18: The Jaguars have met with Teddy Bridgewater three times thus far (Combine, workout, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/18: The Packers, Patriots, Broncos and Jaguars are teams in the 21-40 range that could take Weston Richburg, according to Tony Pauline.

    4/14: "Johnny Manziel is in play anywhere from No. 3 with Jacksonville to the Rams' second first-round pick at No. 13." - Adam Schefter

    4/14: The Jaguars "really like" Jimmy Garoppolo, according to Peter King.

    4/14: The Texans, Jaguars, Browns and Raiders are all "strongly considering" passing on a quarterback in Round 1 and waiting until Round 2 to address that need.

    4/10: "Asked source about Jaguars at No. 3. Them: 'The Texas A&M kid.' Me: 'Evans?' Them: 'No -- Matthews.'" - Ryan O'Halloran, Florida Times Union. Probably a smokescreen.

    4/10: The Buccaneers, Jaguars and Jets have met with Jimmy Garoppolo twice thus far (East-West Shrine/Combine, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    3/10: "Connor Shaw says he's receiving most interest from Jaguars and Seahawks." - @NFL_CB

    3/7: "League source on Jaguars: 'With Henne back, I don't expect them to take QB until 2nd round and maybe not until 3rd or 4th round.'" - Ryan O'Halloran, Florida Times-Union. "I'll throw a $2 wager out there the Jaguars trade down in round 2 and take Garoppolo."

    3/5: "Khalil Mack has elevated himself as a top 5 pick, possibly even a top 3 selection." - Adam Schefter

    3/2: "Several mock drafts have the Jaguars taking Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel with the third overall pick. I’ve always seen that as remote and still do — the Jaguars want their offensive modus operandi to be a) a strong running game, b) play-action pass and c) a quarterback with a big arm to take shots downfield." - Ryan O'Hallaran, Jacksonville.com

    2/20: The Jaguars will meet with Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles at the Combine, according to general manager David Caldwell.

    2/7: "There is some sentiment around the league that the Jaguars would prefer to select a pass rusher in the first round." - Russ Lande

    2/6: "Jaguars GM Caldwell says team has "pretty good idea" of who their top-5 picks would be. Adds he "wouldn't discourage at all" trading down." - Eugene Frenette, Florida Times-Union

    1/31: "Everybody knows we're going to draft a quarterback - maybe two." (Owner Shad Khan)

    1/27: General manager David Caldwell attended the Louisville-Rutgers game, presumably to see Teddy Bridgewater.

    1/24: David Caldwell said that upgrading the free safety position will not be an offseason priority.

    1/24: The Jaguars had scouts at the Florida-Georgia Southern game.

    1/24: Jaguars' general manager David Caldwell attended one of Teddy Bridgewater's games, per Rick Bozich, Louisville News.

  4. Cleveland Browns:
    4/21: Adam Schefter said that he expects the first four picks in the 2014 NFL Draft to be Jadeveon Clowney, Greg Robinson, Khalil Mack and Sammy Watkins in some order.

    4/20: "I think the Browns really like Khalil Mack and that he's on their radar at No. 4. ... I think the Browns will also strongly consider Auburn offensive tackle Greg Robinson with the No. 4 overall pick. " - Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland Plain-Dealer

    4/20: The Browns may target Kirk Cousins for a draft-day trade, according to Mary Kay, Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

    4/17: "From talking with Ray Farmer, I'm still pretty sure we're going to take a quarterback." - Josh Gordon

    4/16: "'Many in football' believe Browns will take Derek Carr." - League Media Sources

    4/16: Ravens, Falcons, Patriots, Colts, Browns and Jets have shown the most interest in Michael Sam. per Aaron Wilson.

    4/14: The Texans, Jaguars, Browns and Raiders are all "strongly considering" passing on a quarterback in Round 1 and waiting until Round 2 to address that need.

    4/5: "There's growing sentiment around the league that Cleveland could decide that Derek Carr is its guy and use the fourth overall pick on him despite owning three picks in the top 35, including No. 26 overall." - Ashley Fox, ESPN

    4/5: "While many have the Browns taking a quarterback with the fourth pick of the draft, most believe they’ll nab a signal caller with either the 26th or 35th pick. If they don’t go quarterback in round one where does Cleveland look? Most believe it will be offensive tackle." - Tony Pauline, DraftInsider.net

    3/31: The Rams, Browns, Lions, Ravens and Jets have been identified as teams that could move around in the draft, according to Peter King.

    3/30: Head coach Mike Pettine said he would consider drafting Greg Robinson No. 4 overall.

    3/27: "Teams that have spent the most time at Fresno researching Derek Carr from what I'm told -- Raiders, Vikings, Browns, Titans." - Jeremy Fowler, CBS

    3/26: "As a defensive head coach, I don't know if I'd be all that upset to turn the card in on Clowney with the fourth pick." - Mike Pettine, on what he would do if Jadeveon Clowney fell to No. 4.

    3/19: "HC Mike Pettine, OC Kyle Shanahan and QB coach Dowell Loggains all skipped Blake Bortles Pro Day today. Also skipped Teddy's." - Mary Kay Cabot

    3/4: "Mike Pettine chose to attend Khalil Mack's pro day in Buffalo rather than Greg Robinson's at Auburn." - Tony Grossi

    2/26: "Cleveland's guy is (Fresno State quarterback) Derek Carr and they're going to take a different player with the fourth pick and they want to take Derek Carr with their second one (at No. 26). ... I heard that from several different places." - Daniel Jeremiah

    2/23: Tony Grossi says it's "unlikely" that Sammy Watkins will be drafted by the Browns.

    2/12: "The Browns seem prepared to move heaven and earth to select a new quarterback savior." - Peter King

    2/12: "Last thought on Manziel: Talked with a GM 2 weeks ago about #Browns interest in him. Response: 'What makes you think he gets there?'" - Ian Rapoport

    2/12: "I’m told when Ray Farmer began scouting QBs, Marcus Mariota was the guy he liked best, tho he stayed in school. Not sure Manziel is his guy." - Ian Rapoport

    2/9: New offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan told reporters he wants a workhorse back instead of a home-run hitter.

    2/6: "For Cleveland, to see Manziel there would be a surprise to me ... When you talk to people in the league, he's the consensus No. 1 QB." - Mel Kiper

    2/5: The Browns trading for Kirk Cousins is unlikely, according to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot.

    2/3: New offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan "loves" Kirk Cousins, according to Chris Mortensen. Cousins could be Cleveland's for a third- or fourth-round pick. The Browns have two fourth-round selections.

    2/3: ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi considers Blake Bortles to be the best fit for the Browns.

    1/24: "The Browns are "willing to trade up" to obtain Johnny Manziel." - Jason La Canfora

    1/24: "The Browns are also very high on quarterback Johnny Manziel, sources said, who would be a perfect fit in a (Gus) Malzahn offense." - Jason La Canfora

    1/24: Cleveland's front office really likes Johnny Manziel. - Peter King.

    1/24: The Browns will not trade a pick in the first three rounds, according to Tony Grossi.

    1/24: The Browns had scouts at the Texas A&M-Missouri game, per NFL.com's Chase Goodbread.



  5. Oakland Raiders:
    4/23: "I'm told the Raiders like Michigan OT Taylor Lewan better than either Greg Robinson (Auburn) or Jake Matthews (Texas A&M)." - Jerry McDonald, Raiders reporter

    4/14: The Texans, Jaguars, Browns and Raiders are all "strongly considering" passing on a quarterback in Round 1 and waiting until Round 2 to address that need.

    4/6: The Raiders have met with Johnny Manziel twice thus far (Combine, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    3/27: "Teams that have spent the most time at Fresno researching Derek Carr from what I'm told -- Raiders, Vikings, Browns, Titans." - Jeremy Fowler, CBS

    3/25: "McKenzie said Raiders won't pass on LT or QB due to recent moves. 'You don't reach down to grab a position of need. Get the best player.'" - Vic Tafur

    3/24: "I hear the Raiders have a massive crush on the former Fresno State quarterback, but not a No. 5 overall pick sort of crush. They're more inclined to trade down and take Derek Carr later." - David White, Fresno Bee

    3/21: "Raiders will still be looking to add another QB through the draft. At No. 5? Perhaps they'll trade down again." - Jerry McDonald, Oakland Tribune

    3/20: "The bottom line still is the guy's got to come in and compete, show the team, his teammates, the staff, that he can do it." - Reggie McKenzie on who is starting quarterback will be next season (i.e. he's not on the roster).

    3/18: "No telling what Raiders brain trust thinks of QBs. Liked the way Bridgewater conducted self at combine. May not be sold on QB at No. 5." - Jerry McDonald, Oakland Tribune

    3/17: "The word leaving pro-day is 'connecting the dots' Bridgewater ends up with the Oakland Raiders in round one." - Tony Pauline

    3/8: Sam Farmer of the LA Times believes it's realistic that Derek Carr would be Oakland's first-round pick.

    3/8: The Raiders want to trade back in the 2014 NFL Draft, according to Todd McShay.

    3/3: The Raiders will pass on Teddy Bridgewater if he's available, according to John Middlekauff, 957 The Game.

    3/2: "The Raiders are known for their unconventional picks, so Manziel might seem like a natural fit for them. Word is, though, that they liked Carr more coming out of the combine." - Sam Farmer, LA Times

    2/24: "Mark Davis and #Raiders brass met with Johnny Manziel over the weekend. MD came away very impressed." - Eddie Borsilli, SiriusXM NFL Radio Producer

    2/19: The Raiders will listen to trade offers for Terrelle Pryor according to the Contra Costa Times' Steve Corkran.

    2/10: "Sources told WalterFootball.com that Oakland came close to selecting Star Lotulelei and Sharrif Floyd in the 2013 NFL Draft. Perhaps this year, Reggie McKenzie will target a long-term difference-maker for the interior of the Radiers' line." - Charlie Campbell

    1/30: I'm listing this here because Tajh Boyd told us that the Raiders have shown the most interest in him. We polled sources with six teams and asked where they'd slot Boyd. Click the link to see what they said (by Charlie Campbell).

    1/24: Tajh Boyd told us in an interview that the Raiders have had the most interest in him.

    1/24: The Raiders had scouts at the Florida-Florida State game.

  6. Atlanta Falcons:
    4/21: "I don't believe the Falcons are going into the draft looking for a starting tight end." - Vaughn McClure, ESPN Falcons

    4/16: The Falcons have met with Jace Amaro twice thus far (workout, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/16: Ravens, Falcons, Patriots, Colts, Browns and Jets have shown the most interest in Michael Sam. per Aaron Wilson.

    4/14: The Falcons have met with Terrance West twice thus far (campus visit, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    3/25: "The Atlanta Falcons are open to trading up in this year's NFL draft." - Adam Schefter

    2/28: "Don't be surprised if the Atlanta Falcons draft Miami offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson in the mid rounds. Falcons offensive line coach Mike Tice has been giving Henderson a lot of extra attention in practice this week. Henderson and Tice both hail from Minnesota, and as one contact from Minnesota said, 'there are so few of us guys from Minnesota in this industry, we kind of stick together and look out for another.'" - Charlie Campbell

    2/25: "The word on the streets of the Circle City is that the Atlanta Falcons have Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack rated higher than UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr." - Orlando Ledbetter, AJC

    2/24: "It's entirely possible the Rams would get the most in return from a team moving up to land South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Atlanta remains the most logical potential trade partner." - Nick Wagoner, ESPN

    2/22: "I wish [the Falcons] could trade up for me, but I hope I don’t fall to No. 6. I like Atlanta – a lot. They’re pretty good. They’ve got some guys from South Carolina on the team, also. And it’s close to home." - Jadeveon Clowney in an interview with ESPN

    2/18: "Here is another factor to consider in the Falcons' trade-for-Clowney scenario: St. Louis owns the second overall pick and Jacksonville the third. Rams general manager Les Snead and Jaguars general manager David Caldwell both worked under Dimitroff in Atlanta. And both Snead and Caldwell said they would be open to trading their picks." - Vaughn McClure, ESPN

    2/18: "I think they should go with an edge player at No. 6 and get an offensive lineman later." - Mike Mayock

    1/24: "WalterFootball.com has heard from sources that the Atlanta Falcons were extremely disappointed with the play of their interior offensive line last season. Second-year guard Peter Konz was singled out as one of those players that failed to live up to expectations. The Falcons' brass was extremely frustrated that quarterback Matt Ryan consistently couldn't step up in the pocket because of penetration down the middle. Atlanta will be looking to improve their interior blocking via free agency and the draft." - Charlie Campbell

    1/24: The Falcons expect Sam Baker to be ready for the team's offseason program. Mike Smith said he won't be moving Baker to right tackle. - Orlando Ledbetter

    1/24: Arthur Blank said the Falcons won't be drafting a skill-position player with their first-round pick.

  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
    4/23: "Johnny Manziel is on the short list of players the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are considering with their first-round pick in next month's NFL draft." - Vaughn McClure, ESPN

    4/23: The Panthers and Buccaneers are high on Joel Bitonio, according to Tony Pauline. Bitonio is slotted at No. 32 in my 2014 NFL Mock Draft.

    4/21: The Buccaneers, Panthers and Broncos have met with Donte Moncrief twice thus far (private workout, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/18: Johnny Manziel will "fall a little more than people think," according to former GM Mark Dominik, who now works for ESPN. Dominik still has contacts with the Buccaneers, so he may have learned that Tampa Bay doesn't like Manziel. The Buccaneers will draft Blake Bortles at No. 7 if he makes it that far, but perhaps they do not feel the same way about Johnny Manziel, as I currently have it in my 2014 NFL Mock Draft. For more, go to our NFL Draft Rumor Mill.

    4/18: Echoing Charlie Campbell's report, Ian Rapoport said that the Buccaneers are "prepared to dial up a signal-caller" at No. 7 overall.

    4/17: The Buccaneers will pick Blake Bortles at No. 7 if he's available, and they won't trade up, per Charlie Campbell. Go here for more in our NFL Draft Rumor Mill.

    4/14: Lovie Smith's interest in Johnny Manziel appears "geniune," according to Rick Stroud, Tampa Bay Times.

    4/11: "I'm told the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hope to come out of the draft with at least one offensive tackle and/or offensive guard with starting potential." - Tony Pauline, DraftInsider.net

    4/10: The Buccaneers, Jaguars and Jets have met with Jimmy Garoppolo twice thus far (East-West Shrine/Combine, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/8: "Tampa seems very intent on drafting a QB. May not be Rd 1, though." - Pewter Report

    3/17: "Bucs represented by offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford at Teddy Bridgewater's Pro Day. By most accounts, not a stellar workout." - Rick Stroud, Tampa Bay Times.

    3/12: Lovie Smith said the signing of Josh McCown wouldn't preclude the Buccaneers from selecting a quarterback in the draft, even at No. 7 overall.

    3/10: "Tampa Bay won't turn down Bridgewater if he falls to their pick. The Bucs' new regime isn't convinced that Mike Glennon is the answer." - Charlie Campbell

    2/20: "Bucs coach Lovie Smith says he believes a 'franchise quarterback,' worthy of the seventh overall pick will be available when the Bucs make their first-round selection in the NFL draft. If so, Smith says, don't be surprised if they take him." - Rick Stroud, TampaBay.com

    2/18: "If Khalil Mack is available, he or an offensive tackle should interest the Buccaneers at No. 7." - Mike Mayock

    2/17: ESPN's Pat Yasinskas discusses why Sammy Watkins is a good fit for the Buccaneers.

    2/6: "The Bucs have to upgrade this position to bring balance to their offense. Wright still has plenty of untapped upside, but the Bucs need to bring in an all-purpose tight end through the draft or free agency." - Pat Yasinskas, ESPN Buccaneers

    1/24: PewterReport.com has Derek Carr slotted to the Buccaneers in their mock draft, citing the fact that offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford coached David Carr at Fresno State.

    1/24: The Buccaneers had scouts at the Texas A&M-Missouri game, per NFL.com's Chase Goodbread.

  8. Minnesota Vikings:
    4/22: Blake Bortles will not visit the Vikings, but Minnesota has met with him twice (Combine, private workout).

    4/21: "Not a quarterback. They want a sure thing." - Peter King on the Vikings at No. 8, which sounds like smoke. King was not a reliable draft reporter last year, as you can see in the 2013 most and least accurate reporters list (the Khalil Mack over Jadeveon Clowney is completely false). Charlie Campbell, who was more accurate last year (per the link), recently reported that the Vikings are prime candidates to trade up for Blake Bortles, as you can read in our NFL Draft Rumor Mill.

    4/14: "I can't say for sure the Vikings will pass on Manziel at No. 8, but this is one instance where it isn't difficult to come up with a long and relatively formidable list of reasons why they might be inclined to look elsewhere." - Kevin Seifert, ESPN

    4/14: The Vikings are a prime candidate to trade up for Blake Bortles, per Charlie Campbell. Go here for more in our NFL Draft Rumor Mill.

    4/11: Norv Turner was "calling out routes" for Zach Mettenberger during his private workout with the LSU quarterback, according to Ben Goessling, ESPN. It's been previously reported that the Vikings will be targeting Mettenberger in Round 2.

    4/5: "More sources have confirmed my report, verifying the [Vikings are] high on Mettenberger who they believe is a perfect fit for Norv Turner’s system." - Tony Pauline, DraftInsider.net

    4/1: "Word from several sources; Minnesota Vikings heavily leaning towards Zach Mettenberger/QB/LSU in 2nd, looking for LB (Khalil Mack/UB) in 1st." - Tony Pauline

    3/28: "The huddles and the different things and the music. The sideshow stuff. ... It was a sideshow. This one was a little different in how it was choreographed. People like that or they don’t like that, I don’t know." - Vikings' head coach Mike Zimmer on Johnny Manziel's Pro Day. If this is indeed how Zimmer feels about Manziel, this makes it three quarterback-needy teams in the top 10 that wouldn't draft him (we know of two others). This makes it seem that Manziel is in for a draft-day fall. I have him going No. 26 in my 2014 NFL Mock Draft.

    3/27: "Teams that have spent the most time at Fresno researching Derek Carr from what I'm told -- Raiders, Vikings, Browns, Titans." - Jeremy Fowler, CBS

    3/27: "I'm told Norv Turner is intrigued by Tajh Boyd/QB/Clemson." - Tony Pauline

    3/22: Todd McShay is reporting that the Vikings prefer Teddy Bridgewater over the other quarterbacks, but I know this report is 100-percent inaccurate.

    3/22: "The Vikings could certainly target a linebacker in the first round of the draft if they don't take a quarterback; I'm on record as saying they need an athletic, hard-hitting linebacker, and someone like C.J. Mosley, Anthony Barr or (if he's there) Khalil Mack would fit that need." - Ben Goessling, ESPN

    2/25: Mike Zimmer said this in jest, but he told the NFL Network to keep talking about Jadeveon Clowney's off-the-field stuff so he could slip to No. 8 because he was "definitely taking him."

    2/20: "Vikings GM Spielman won’t force a QB at No. 8, would “love” to move down in the draft." - NFL Around the League

    2/15: "I think there's a chance the Vikings could trade back from No. 8 and pick up another choice or two in the process. That's especially likely if the top QBs are gone by No. 8, since the number of underclassmen in this draft have pushed the depth to a point where the Vikings can probably get a good defensive player at, say, No. 12 or 13." - Ben Goessling, ESPN

    2/15: "The Vikings' needs (other than QB) are on the defensive side of the ball -- which GM Rick Spielman essentially admitted on Friday -- and if they found themselves unable to get a good QB or a top 10-caliber defensive player at No. 8, it's as easy to envision them trading back as it is to see them taking Sammy Watkins." - Ben Goessling, ESPN

    2/13: "Mallett and Adrian Peterson have a friendly relationship through a mutual coaching connection, and Vikings general manager Rick Spielman has done a number of deals with the Patriots. If the Patriots were open to moving him, it's possible the Vikings could take a look." - ESPN's Ben Goessling on a potential trade for Ryan Mallett.

    2/10: "We commend Michael Sam for being very courageous with his openness on something of such a personal nature. His comments will have no impact on how the Vikings view Michael as a football player or as a person. If a player can help us win, we will warmly welcome him as part of the team and provide an accepting, respectful and supportive environment to help him succeed in the NFL." - Zygi Wilf

    2/6: "I think everyone is in agreement that we’re trying to add a young quarterback to the organization." - Norv Turner

    2/4: "With a new head coach and a new offensive coordinator in the fold, with starting left guard Charlie Johnson scheduled to hit unrestricted free agency on March 11 and with a full complement of draft choices plus Seattle’s third-rounder from the Percy Harvin trade, it would not surprise me in the least to see the Vikings add an offensive guard this offseason." - Mike Wobschall, Vikings.com

    1/30: "The Vikings took Rhodes in Round 1 last year, and if there's a good cornerback available at No. 8, they could look in that direction if they can't find a quarterback. ... Someone like Oklahoma State's Justin Gilbert could be a good fit for the Vikings in the first round." - Ben Goessling, ESPN

    1/24: Derek Carr met with the Vikings during the Senior Bowl. - Star Tribune's Master Tesfatsion



  9. Buffalo Bills:
    4/21: The Bills have met with Kyle Fuller twice thus far (private workout, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/16: "My source told me the #Bills were blown-away with Jake Matthews. Source used the word "smitten." Ryan Talbot, BuffaloBillsDraft.com. I currently have the Bills picking Matthews in my 2014 NFL Mock Draft.

    3/31: "If the Bills signed DeSean Jackson (I'd think that's very unlikely), it would absolutely make Ebron more likely than Evans, which I like." - Patrick Moran, Buffalo Sports Daily

    3/28: "No way Texans trade with Buffalo to ninth." - John McClain

    3/28: Long-time NFL writer Dan Pompei is reporting that the Texans are "trying hard" to trade down and may have found a partner in the Bills. Buffalo would likely be targeting Jadeveon Clowney, as it could obtain one of the top four quarterbacks at No. 9 overall. Having Clowney on the team would give the Bills one of the league's best pass rushes. The Texans, meanwhile, could still get a quarterback with the ninth pick.

    3/19: "Eric Ebron set to visit Bills, Lions, Ravens, Panthers." - Chase Goodbread, NFL.com

    3/5: "Mike Evans said he's hearing more and more he could be a top-10 pick in NFL draft." - Brian T. Smith, Houston Chronicle

    2/22: "Back from combine workout. Bills scout commented earlier, 'Cyrus Kouandjio say goodbye to round one'...sluggish, slow & totally unprepared." - Tony Pauline

  10. Detroit Lions:
    4/21: Eric Ebron said that he believes the Lions will draft him at No. 10 overall.

    4/21: Marqise Lee said that "hopefully" he will go to Detroit.

    4/18: The Lions "loom as candidates" to move up into the top five, according to Ian Rapoport.

    4/17: The Lions have met with Marqise Lee twice thus far (Combine, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/9: "Detroit Lions seem willing to trade up to draft Clemson's Sammy Watkins." - Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press. The Lions would have to trade up with the Raiders, who are desperate to move down. The Lions have met with Watkins on multiple occasions. Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/8: Bill Ford Jr. attended Sammy Watkins' pre-draft visit today. All signs point to th Lions trying to trade up for Watkins.

    3/31: The Rams, Browns, Lions, Ravens and Jets have been identified as teams that could move around in the draft, according to Peter King.

    3/29: "Caldwell said the Lions 'obviously' have a need at the position, and the addition could come via the draft, where the Lions have scouted one possibility, UCLA’s Anthony Barr, heavily." - Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press

    3/19: "Eric Ebron set to visit Bills, Lions, Ravens, Panthers." - Chase Goodbread, NFL.com

    3/17: "Lions hosted former Alabama S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix on pre-draft visit today." - Tim Twentyman, Lions beat writer

    3/6: "I don’t know if they can pull it off. But #Lions are showing a TON of interest in Sammy Watkins." - Ian Rapoport

    3/6: "Lions well represented at Clemson pro day. Mayhew, Caldwell and scout Dave Sears. #SammyWatkins." - Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press

    2/18: "Mike Mayock extremely high on safeties Calvin Pryor and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Don't sleep on either one at No. 10. Big need." - Tim Twentyman, Lions beat writer

    1/24: "I’d love to slide a cornerback in this spot yet don’t see any worthy of being a top 20 pick, never mind being a top ten choice." - Tony Pauline on not mocking a corner to the Lions.

    1/24: The Lions had scouts at the Florida-Florida State game.

    1/24: The Lions had scouts at the Florida-Georgia Southern game.

  11. Tennessee Titans:
    4/23: The Titans have met with Zach Mettenberger twice thus far (private workout, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    4/22: "Titans have seen plenty of LSU RB Jeremy Hill in pre-draft process. GM Ruston Webster went to LSU Pro Day, and Hill has visited Titans." - Jim Wyatt

    4/5: Titans' general manager Ruston Webster said the team wants to add a running back with "all-around ability."

    3/27: "With the 11th pick in NFL Draft, I can't see the Titans taking a QB even if one of the top three falls (Bortles, Bridgewater or Manziel)." - Jim Wyatt

    3/27: "Teams that have spent the most time at Fresno researching Derek Carr from what I'm told -- Raiders, Vikings, Browns, Titans." - Jeremy Fowler, CBS

    3/11: C.J. Mosley is currently slotted to the Titans in my 2014 NFL Mock Draft, but he's expected to fall on draft day because of numerous concerns. Full story here.

    2/24: "The Titans also need a tackle since I'm not expecting RT David Stewart to be back." - Jim Wyatt

    2/18: "He's the quarterback." CEO Tommy Smith on Jake Locker.

  12. New York Giants:
    4/5: "I don't think they draft a tight end in Round 1." - Patricia Traina, Giants writer

    3/31: "Just because you think Eric Ebron would be a great fit at 12 does not necessarily mean Giants are viewing their need at TE that way." - Art Stapleton, The Record (NJ)

    2/22: Jerry Reese said he'd entertain moving back in the 2014 NFL Draft.

    2/18: "Taylor Lewan might make it to No. 12. If he does, the Giants should jump all over him." - Mike Mayock

    2/10: "Michael's announcement will not affect his position on our draft board." - Giants' owners to New York Daily News' Ralph Vacchiano on Michael Sam



  13. Washington Redskins:
    4/20: The Browns may target Kirk Cousins for a draft-day trade, according to Mary Kay, Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

    4/18: "I'm told the Carolina Panthers could grab Moses late in round one and many think he won’t get past the Washington Redskins in the second frame." - Tony Pauline, DraftInsider.net

    4/18: Another tackle the Redskins are interested in is Cameron Fleming, per Tony Pauline.

    3/7: "I'm told the Washington Redskins have stamped Clemson LB Quandon Christian as a 7th-round target." - Tony Pauline

    2/21: "Redskins have no plans nor interest in trading QB Kirk Cousins, per league sources. He's not going anywhere." - Adam Schefter

    2/18: "The only way Cousins leaves is if some team goes nuts after the draft and offers a high 2015 pick after failing to get a passer. Teams make lousy trades, but not many are willing to overpay for a fourth-round backup." - Washington Post

    2/10: "According to sources, one team that could be on the move up this year is the Washington Redskins. Sources with the Redskins tell WalterFootball.com that they believe some good talents are going to fall to the Nos. 30-34 range. Washington's first selection is the second pick of the second round, so moving up into the Nos. 30-32 range could cost as little as a mid-level third-day pick." - Charlie Campbell (read more about the potential Redskins trade here)

    2/5: The Browns trading for Kirk Cousins is unlikely, according to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot.

    2/2: "The Redskins are expected to receive calls from quarterback-needy teams." - Adam Schefter on teams looking to trade for Kirk Cousins.

    I know the Redskins naturally would have the second pick in the draft, but it just works better if I put them down here.

  14. Chicago Bears:
    4/19: Phil Emery said the Bears will seriously look to add a quarterback during the draft.

    4/17: "Dominique Easley/DL/Florida drawing heavy interest from Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, NE Patriots and San Francisco 49ers." - Tony Pauline

    4/14: James White is a "backfield prospect to keep tabs" on for the Bears, according to ESPN Bears' Jeff Dickerson.

    4/3: There would be "panic" in the Bears' warm room if Aaron Donald is off the board, according to Todd McShay.

    3/7: Anthony Barr is considered a strong option for the Bears at No. 14, according to Dan Pompei.

    3/3: "After the combine we said teams late in the first round would have to start giving the Pittsburgh lineman consideration but recent rumblings have the Chicago Bears very interested in his services with the 14th pick of round one." - Tony Pauline

    2/24: "Draft could start for #Bears at defensive tackle. Pitt's Aaron Donald ran unofficial 4.65 40-yd dash this morning." - Brad Biggs, Chicago Tribune

    2/22: "General manager Phil Emery certainly seems very willing to trade the club's 14th overall pick in May's NFL draft." - Michael C. Wright, ESPN

    2/18: "My initial intel says 14 is too high for Calvin Pryor." - Dan Pompei, former Bears beat writer

    2/15: "I’ve said this for years and will continue to say it until the team proves me wrong: the Bears don’t place much value in the safety position." - Michael C. Wright

    2/9: "Mock drafts by Todd McShay of Scouts Inc. and ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. project Emery taking Florida State defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan with the No. 14 pick, and I could definitely see the Bears going that route if he’s available." - Michael C. Wright, ESPN Chicago. Wright also doesn't envision the Bears taking a tight end in the first four rounds.

    1/24: General manager Phil Emery told reporters that he wants to get younger on defense through the draft.

    1/24: General manager Phil Emery said that a quarterback should be in the 6-foot-5 range because they need to see over linemen (Chicago Tribune).

    1/24: The Bears had scouts at the Texas A&M-Missouri game, per NFL.com's Chase Goodbread.

  15. Pittsburgh Steelers:
    4/23: "While Max Bullough hasn't been brought in for a pre-draft visit, the Steelers have reportedly shown a lot of interest in him." - Dave Bryan, SteelersDepot.com

    4/1: The Steelers have met with Ole Miss WR Donte Moncrief twice thus far (Combine, pre-draft visit). Go here for the entire NFL Draft Prospect Meetings List.

    3/16: Offensive line coaches from St. Louis and Pittsburgh (as well as Mike Tomlin) attended Michigan's Pro Day to see Taylor Lewan.

    3/14: "Told Kevin Colbert & Steelers coaches seen with Justin Gilbert/CB/Oklahoma St last night." - Tony Pauline

    2/12: "Pittsburgh's intent is to take a tall receiver early -- they have already indicated that to Ben Roethlisberger -- another indication that Sanders will be gone." - Gerry Dulac

    1/24: General manager Kevin Colbert attended the Louisville-Rutgers game. He also scouted a Clemson game.

  16. Dallas Cowboys:
    4/17: The Cowboys are showing interest in Aaron Murray, according to Calvin Watkins, ESPN.

    3/4: Dee Ford: "A good player to study on tape, but not at 16." - Bryan Broaddus

    2/10: When asked if Michael Sam is an option for the Cowboys, Bryan Broaddus said, "Sure he is. He can rush the passer."

    2/9: "Love the player (Florida State LB Christian Jones) but hearing some things that might keep him from here (Dallas)." - Bryan Broaddus.

    2/4: Bryan Broaddus listed Jadeveon Clowney (trade up), Timmy Jernigan and Aaron Donald as possibilities for the Cowboys.

    1/28: Jerry Jones personally attended the Notre Dame-Arizona State game, perhaps to take a look at Louis Nix.

    1/24: Jerry Jones told the media that his team won't be spending a "significant" draft pick on a quarterback.

    1/24: The Cowboys had scouts at the Florida-Georgia Southern game.

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