Cleveland Browns: Robby Anderson, WR, Temple
Another team that needs multiple receivers, the Browns have been connected to Robby Anderson.
San Diego Chargers: Cleveland Wallace III, CB, San Jose State
With Jalen Ramsey no longer the pick at No. 3, the Chargers seem likely to be interested in a cornerback late in the draft.
Pick change; previously Victor Ochi, DE/OLB
Seattle Seahawks: Rees Odhiambo, G, Boise State
Here's a third lineman for the Seahawks. They desperately need to retool their blocking unit.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jake Coker, QB, Alabama
The only quarterback on Jacksonville's roster besides Blake Bortles is Chad Henne. The Jaguars may want to think about developing another signal-caller.
Miami Dolphins: Ryan Brown, DE, Mississippi State
The Dolphins added Mario Williams this offseason, but they need to think about actually adding players who don't get ticket discounts at the movie theater.
Denver Broncos: Devin Fuller, WR, UCLA
The Broncos could use someone to pressure Cody Latimer, who has been disappointing thus far.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Ken Crawley, CB, Colorado
The Steelers were projected to obtain a cornerback in the first round, but multiple selections could be used on the position, considering how much of a liability it is.
Chicago Bears: Jakeem Grant, WR, Texas Tech
We found out how thin the Bears are at receiver when both Alshon Jeffery and Kevin White were hurt last year. Something needs to be done about that.
Miami Dolphins: Taveze Calhoun, CB, Mississippi State
I had the Dolphins drafting a cornerback in Round 1, but they could stand to add more depth at the position.
Washington Redskins: Steven Daniels, ILB, Boston College
Inside linebacker is actually a big need I haven't had the Redskins address yet.
Philadelphia Eagles: Pearce Slater, OT, San Diego State
The Eagles need a depth on the offensive line, and perhaps someone to step in at right tackle once Lane Johnson moves to the blind side in the future.
Oakland Raiders: Perez Ford, LB, Northern Illinois
Here's more linebacking depth for the Raiders, as I had them address the area way too late in this mock.
New York Jets: Tom Hackett, P, Utah
It's been rumored that the Jets will target Tom Hackett to settle their punting woes.
Detroit Lions: Greg Milhouse Jr., DT, Campbell
Defensive tackle is an obvious weak spot for the Lions, so multiple selections could be used on the position.
New Orleans Saints: Landon Turner, G, North Carolina
I had the Saints selecting Jack Conklin in a previous update. That's a potential pick for them because the guard position is a weakness.
Atlanta Falcons: Jordan Lucas, S, Penn State
Here's another safety for a team that is desperate at the position. The Falcons might be interested in Jordan Lucas' athleticism.
Indianapolis Colts: Joel Stave, QB, Wisconsin
The Colts need to develop a solid backup behind Andrew Luck, and Mr. Stave sounds like someone Ryan Grigson would like to insert into his b-, I mean roster.
Minnesota Vikings: Brandon Wilds, RB, South Carolina
The Vikings could stand to add a running back, given that Adrian Peterson is entering the final few years of his career.
New York Jets: Tevin Carter, S, Utah
The Jets have shown interest in Tevin Carter; he'll help on special teams and provide depth at safety.
Washington Redskins: Derrick Kindred, S, TCU
Bolstering the special teams the seventh round is never a bad idea, and the Redskins could use more secondary depth.
New England Patriots: Keenan Reynolds, RB, Navy
I think Bill Belichick is contractually obligated to take someone from the Naval Academy.
Minnesota Vikings: Beau Sandland, TE, Montana State
Kyle Rudolph hasn't lived up to expectations, so the Vikings could obtain someone to push him.
Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Forrest, LB, Kentucky
The Bengals will be looking for some linebacker depth after cutting A.J. Hawk.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Kelvin Taylor, RB, Florida
The Steelers should start looking for a future No. 2 running back for when DeAngelo Williams moves on.
Seattle Seahawks: Marcus Henry, C, Boise State
Here's a fourth lineman. Improving the blocking unit is obviously extremely important, and I haven't given Seattle a center yet.
Green Bay Packers: Mitch Mathews, WR, BYU
The Packers could draft a receiver a couple of rounds earlier than this, especially after what happened last year.
Kansas City Chiefs: Roy Robertson-Harris, DE/OLB, UTEP
Roy Robertson-Harris has been receiving a lot of late-round buzz, and Andy Reid may decide that he needs another pass-rusher.
New England Patriots: David Morgan, TE, Texas-San Antonio
The Patriots signed Martellus Bennett this offseason, but they could use a young tight end on the roster.
Philadelphia Eagles: Anthony Brown, CB, Purdue
The Eagles have so many needs and so few picks. I'd like to give them a cornerback earlier, but if I do that, then they'll be taking another position too late.
Carolina Panthers: Andrew Bonnet, FB, North Dakota State
The Panthers may want to bring in someone to compete with Mike Tolbert, who declined this past season.
Denver Broncos: Deon King, LB, Norfolk State
Mr. Irrelevant will be someone no one has heard of, save for the Broncos, who have at least worked him out.