Charlie Campbell, Senior Draft Analyst
Last update: Thursday, April 28, 2022. Round 7 added.
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2022 NFL MOCK DRAFT - WALT'S | CHARLIE'S ROUND: 1
The Jaguars grab some running back depth.
The Lions take a backup linebacker and special teams contributor.
New York takes some wide receiver depth.
The Patriots could use some offensive line depth.
The Vikings take a backup wide receiver.
The Bills take some backup quarterback competition.
The Bears have shown interest in this potential backup defensive end.
The 49ers could take multiple defensive backs for depth and competition.
The Jaguars grab some cornerback depth.
Washington could use some wide receiver starting talent and depth.
Atlanta could use some defensive line and tackle talent. Davis is a sleeper who could be a good value.
The Vikings take a backup linebacker who they've shown interest in.
The Vikings could use multiple backup cornerback competitors, and they've shown interest in Jones.
The Cowboys take some linebacker depth and special teams competition.
The Saints take some defensive tackle depth.
The Chargers add more cornerback depth via a player they've shown interest in.
The Ravens have shown interest Poe and could use offensive line depth.
The Jaguars pick up some wide receiver depth.
The Jaguars continue to build up their linebacker talent.
The Panthers take some wide receiver depth.
The Patriots grab a backup quarterback competitor who they have shown interest in.
The Cardinals take a running back backup.
The Browns grab some receiver depth.
The Bills take some linebacker depth.
Tennessee could use some depth at tight end.
The Texans grab another receiver option.
The Broncos take some wide receiver depth and potential special teams contributor.
The Texans add some safety depth.
The Steelers grab a backup quarterback.
The Bengals have shown interest in Toure, and he could be a backup with special teams potential.
The Patriots take more cornerback depth and have shown interest in Lucas.
Los Angeles adds more tackle depth.
The Rams add more linebacker depth and special teams potential.
Atlanta takes some running back depth here.
Edge-rushing depth couldn't hurt the Cardinals.
Indianapolis adds some cornerback depth.
The Lions take a backup running back who could help on special teams.
Los Angeles takes some safety depth and special teams talent.
Tennessee could use some defensive tackle depth.
The 49ers take a backup linebacker with special teams potential.
The 49ers add some backup wide receiver talent.
The Jaguars grab some defensive line depth.