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Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Edmond Robinson, LB, Newberry
The Buccaneers hosted Edmond Robinson, who could provide some depth at linebacker and help on special teams.
New England Patriots: Darryl Baldwin, OT, Ohio State
The Patriots used an earlier pick on a lineman. Here's another one for depth.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Ladarius Gunter, CB, Miami
Here's another cornerback for the Jaguars, who need all the help they can get to stop Andrew Luck.
Oakland Raiders: Cody Wichmann, G, Fresno State
Oakland could draft two offensive lineman this upcoming weekend to make sure Derek Carr has the best blocking possible.
Washington Redskins: Karlos Williams, RB, Florida State
With Roy Helu gone, the Redskins are expected to spend a second- or third-day selection on a running back.
New York Jets: Jeff Luc, ILB, Cincinnati
The Jets re-signed David Harris this offseason to a ridiculous contract. He just turned 31, so he could be gone soon.
New York Jets: Chris Hackett, S, TCU
The Jets signed Marcus Gilchrist this offseason, but they still need depth at safety.
Atlanta Falcons: DaVaris Daniels, WR, Notre Dame
The Falcons could use some receiving depth with Roddy White bound to either retire or leave the team in the next couple of years.
New York Giants: Andrew Donnal, OT, Iowa
The Giants drafted their guard earlier, but here's some needed tackle depth.
St. Louis Rams: Deiontrez Mount, DE/OLB, Louisville
Per a recent report, Chris Long is not expected to be on the Rams beyond the 2015 season. Here's someone who can compete for a starting job down the road.
Minnesota Vikings: Ryan Russell, DE, Purdue
The Vikings haven't added any players to their defensive line yet, so that definitely has to change.
Cleveland Browns: Julian Wilson, CB, Oklahoma
The Browns have yet to address their secondary, but they'll have to do it at some point; an insurance policy is needed if Justin Gilbert continues to struggle.
New Orleans Saints: Damian Swann, CB, Georgia
It's hard to believe I haven't had the Saints address the cornerback spot yet. They signed Brandon Browner, but they still need help at the position.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jermauria Rasco, DE, LSU
The Lions have only drafted one defensive tackle in this mock thus far, so they could obviously add a second to counter the losses of Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley.
Minnesota Vikings: Damien Wilson, LB, Minnesota
Minnesota could address the linebacking corps much earlier than this. I had the team doing so in the second round in a previous update.
Kansas City Chiefs: Deontay Greenberry, WR, Houston
Despite signing Jeremy Maclin, the Chiefs could look to add multiple receivers in the 2015 NFL Draft. They don't really have anything after Maclin at wideout.
Pick change; previously Josh Harper, WR
Buffalo Bills: Darius Kilgo, DT, Maryland
The Bills could use some depth on the defensive line, so a third-round choice could be used to address this area.
Houston Texans: Deion Barnes, DE/OLB, Penn State
Houston could use another pass-rusher as insurance, just in case Jadeveon Clowney suffers a setback.
Dallas Cowboys: Hutson Mason, QB, Georgia
I was shocked to hear that Tony Romo turned 35 recently. The Cowboys will have to find a quarterback to eventually take over a few years down the road.
Philadelphia Eagles: Obum Gwacham, DE/OLB, Oregon State
Here's a potential late-round target for the Eagles. They've shown a ton of interest in this particular Pac-12 prospect.
Cincinnati Bengals: Justin Manton, K, Louisiana-Monroe
The Bengals might consider adding a kicker late in the draft to upgrade Mike Nugent, who hasn't hit better than 83 percent of his kicks in three years.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Cody Fajardo, QB, Nevada
Pittsburgh needs a better long-term No. 2 quarterback option than the anemic Landry Jones.
Detroit Lions: Randall Evans, CB, Kansas State
The Lions will consider adding a cornerback in the middle rounds for depth purposes. Besides, Rashean Mathis won't be on the team much longer.
Pick change; previously Angelo Blackson, DT
Arizona Cardinals: Rob Havenstein, OT, Wisconsin
Arizona doesn't have the best depth at offensive tackle, so the team could spend a third-day pick on the position.
Carolina Panthers: Austin Hill, WR, Arizona
Carolina may add multiple receivers in the 2015 NFL Draft. Here's the second for them in my mock, but they could add the two wideouts much earlier than this.
Dallas Cowboys: Gabe Martin, LB, Bowling Green
The Cowboys managed to re-sign Rolando McClain, but that was only for one year. They could stand to add some insurance for the future.
Indianapolis Colts: Xzavier Dixon, DE/OLB, Alabama
The Colts have to get past Tom Brady, so they could look to add multiple pass-rushers.
Pick change; previously Xavier Williams, NT
New York Giants: Tyler Heinicke, QB, Old Dominion
The Giants could draft a quarterback late, just to get someone better than Ricky Stanzi behind Ryan Nassib on the depth chart.
San Francisco 49ers: Taylor Kelly, QB, Arizona State
Blaine Gabbert is the only quarterback the 49ers have behind Colin Kaepernick, so that should tell you everything you need to know about this pick.
Green Bay Packers: Zach Zenner, FB, South Dakota State
John Kuhn was re-signed for one more year, but he won't be around much longer because of his age (33 in September). Here's a current backup and a possible future starter.
Seattle Seahawks: John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State
Robert Turbin has just one year left on his rookie contract, so here's a player who could be Seattle's third running back in 2016.
Atlanta Falcons: Max Valles, DEOLB, Virginia
The Falcons could easily double up on edge rushers, given their dire need at the position and the amount of talent at the quarterback position in their division.
Denver Broncos: Terry Poole, OT, San Diego State
The Broncos selected a center earlier, but they also need some help at the tackle position. Depth is definitely needed.
Denver Broncos: Corey Crawford, DE/DT, Clemson
The Broncos haven't taken a look at the five-technique position yet, so they may want to do that at some point to add depth there.
Denver Broncos: JaCorey Shepherd, CB, Kansas
Here's another position the Broncos haven't touched thus far. As mentioned earlier, teams are always up for adding more corners.
New England Patriots: Hunter Joyer, FB, Florida
Bill Belichick wouldn't mind adding a fullback who can play special teams at the end of Round 7.
San Francisco 49ers: Tyrus Thompson, OT, Oklahoma
The 49ers don't have the deepest group on the offensive line, and it'll only get worse next year when Alex Boone leaves via free agency.
Indianapolis Colts: Antwan Goodley, WR, Baylor
The Andre Johnson signing was a nice one, but he's obviously just a temporary solution at receiver.
Arizona Cardinals: Ryan Delaire, DE/OLB, Towson
The Cardinals don't have much in terms of pass-rushers, so they could stand to add two in the 2015 NFL Draft.
am i the only to think Walt's got his J. Williams' confused? Joe Williams, highly talented explosive speedster from Utah retired at the beginning of the season and came back a few games in to have a stellar season. Dont see him anywhere on this list, but would think him worthy of top 10 at least by comparison.
Why is it that you hate the Chargers? Every year you make @#$@ picks for them, it just bad all the way around starting with Hooker at 7. Tom Telesco doesn't draft players who have been at the position only a year, and recently has been straying away from injury prone players as well. I would re-access your thought process on the Chargers.