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Teams

Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals
Next pick Rd. 1, Pick 8 (8th)
Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons
Next pick Rd. 1, Pick 16 (16th)
Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens
Next pick Rd. 1, Pick 28 (28th)
Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills
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Carolina Panthers
Carolina Panthers
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Chicago Bears
Chicago Bears
Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals
Next pick Rd. 1, Pick 1 (1st)
Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns
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Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys
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Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos
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Detroit Lions
Detroit Lions
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Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers
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Houston Texans
Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts
Next pick Rd. 1, Pick 13 (13th)
Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars
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Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Chiefs
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Las Vegas Raiders
Las Vegas Raiders
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Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Chargers
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Los Angeles Rams
Los Angeles Rams
Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins
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Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota Vikings
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New England Patriots
New England Patriots
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New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints
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New York Giants
New York Giants
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New York Jets
New York Jets
Next pick Rd. 1, Pick 11 (11th)
Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles
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Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco 49ers
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Seattle Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans
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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
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Drafted Players: NFL

Cincinnati
CIN
Rnd 1Pk 1
Washington
WAS
Rnd 1Pk 2
Detroit
DET
Rnd 1Pk 3
NY Giants
NYG
Rnd 1Pk 4
Miami
MIA
Rnd 1Pk 5
LA Chargers
LAC
Rnd 1Pk 6
Carolina
CAR
Rnd 1Pk 7
Arizona
ARI
Rnd 1Pk 8
Jacksonville
JAX
Rnd 1Pk 9
Cleveland
CLE
Rnd 1Pk 10
NY Jets
NYJ
Rnd 1Pk 11
Las Vegas
LV
Rnd 1Pk 12
Indianapolis
IND
Rnd 1Pk 13
Tampa Bay
TB
Rnd 1Pk 14
Denver
DEN
Rnd 1Pk 15
Atlanta
ATL
Rnd 1Pk 16
Dallas
DAL
Rnd 1Pk 17
Miami
MIA
Rnd 1Pk 18
Las Vegas
LV
Rnd 1Pk 19
Jacksonville
JAX
Rnd 1Pk 20
Philadelphia
PHI
Rnd 1Pk 21
Buffalo
BUF
Rnd 1Pk 22
New England
NE
Rnd 1Pk 23
New Orleans
NO
Rnd 1Pk 24
Minnesota
MIN
Rnd 1Pk 25
Miami
MIA
Rnd 1Pk 26
Seattle
SEA
Rnd 1Pk 27
Baltimore
BAL
Rnd 1Pk 28
Tennessee
TEN
Rnd 1Pk 29
Green Bay
GB
Rnd 1Pk 30
San Francisco
SF
Rnd 1Pk 31
Kansas City
KC
Rnd 1Pk 32

Eric Edholm's mock draft

Cincinnati
Cincinnati
Bengals
Joe Burrow
Pick 1
QB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
I’d put the chances of a trade here at about 5 percent right now. The only team I suspect the Bengals would listen to would be the Dolphins, who are armed to the hilt with draft capital and said to be enamored with Burrow. It’s likely going to take a motherlode to pry him loose.
Washington
Washington
Redskins
Tua Tagovailoa
Pick 2
QB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Count us among the folks who believe Rivera has to be a huge Tagovailoa fan. Many felt Rivera freely offering up the information on the Redskins’ scouting combine meeting with Tua was a ruse intended to drum up trade interest. Perhaps it was, and whatever team wants him might have to go even higher than Detroit to get him. Chase Young has been in this spot until now, and there’s a good chance we’ll revert back to that pick before April 23. But if another team offers the Redskins a huge offer for this pick, can they turn it down?
Detroit
Detroit
Lions
Chase Young
Pick 3
EDGE
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
This would be a windfall for the Lions, who still lack a true difference-maker on the front four other than Trey Flowers. Young could come in and be a pro-ready pass rusher the way Nick Bosa was last year for the 49ers.
NY Giants
New York
Giants
Mekhi Becton
Pick 4
OT
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Considering the Giants just paid James Bradberry and drafted Deandre Baker in Round 1 a year ago, another corner feels like an overload. Becton could come in immediately and start at right tackle, and kick over to left tackle whenever Nate Solder is eventually let go (his dead-cap figure drops from $16 million this season to $6.5 million in 2021).
Miami
Miami
Dolphins
Justin Herbert
Pick 5
QB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
This is the draft pick whom Dolphins fans should start getting accustomed to seeing. We said as much back in January, and many Miami faithful yelled at us for it. And that’s fine! But it’s only become a more likely scenario since then if a trade up for Burrow or Tagovailoa doesn’t happen. Herbert might not be special, but he’s a better prospect than many have made him out to be.
LA Chargers
Los Angeles
Chargers
Jedrick Wills Jr.
Pick 6
OT
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
This is a tough call here. The Chargers have made big additions on the offensive and defensive lines, as well as in the secondary, so doubling up at those positions could be viewed as too much of a luxury. However, the Chargers still are a right tackle short of having a dominant line, so adding Wills makes sense.
Carolina
Carolina
Panthers
Jeffrey Okudah
Pick 7
CB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The rebuilding Panthers badly need a corner to take on the insane WR talent in the NFC South, and Okudah is roundly viewed as the draft’s best cover man. A perfect addition for a team that won’t care about how many victories it has this season as much as it will in the 2021 campaign.
Arizona
Arizona
Cardinals
Isaiah Simmons
Pick 8
LB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
We keep mocking Simmons here, especially given the team’s insane trouble covering tight ends a year ago. The biggest question with this pick: They have taken similar talents (with far different body shapes) with Hassan Reddick and Budda Baker, and how have those worked out? It’s a fascinating debate.
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jaguars
Derrick Brown
Pick 9
DT
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Brown might not be the popular pick with Isaiah Simmons (and others) potentially still on the board, but the shedding of Calais Campbell and Marcell Dareus has left the DT cupboard bare. This would be a big upgrade over Abry Jones inside.
Cleveland
Cleveland
Browns
Tristian Wirfs
Pick 10
LB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Options at the position are starting to run out, and there’s a gaping hole at left tackle, so this would be a fairly easy pick with how this mock is unfolding. Wirfs has started at both tackle spots, and the Browns’ analytics crew has to be enamored with his versatility, elite athleticism and Hawkeyes pedigree.
NY Jets
New York
Jets
Henry Ruggs III
Pick 11
WR
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The Jets have done a lot of work on Ruggs, who offers elite speed and a hyper-competitive temperament that has to have made a strong impression on GM Joe Douglas. His first draft pick with the team will be highly scrutinized, and there are big needs elsewhere too, but we could understand why he’d go this route to land a Tyreek Hill-esque talent. If the Jets draft a receiver, it would come down to Ruggs or Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb.
Las Vegas
Las Vegas
Raiders
CeeDee Lamb
Pick 12
WR
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Pretty sure I’ve now mocked the Raiders three different receivers here, but who’s counting? Lamb is a high-character, high-production receiver who won’t take the top off a defense but fits the mold of what Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock like in a football player. They’ve shown interest in Lamb’s QB, Jalen Hurts, so it stands to reason they’d like Hurts’ favorite target last season. This offense needs to keep adding pieces, brick by brick.
San Francisco
San Francisco
49ers
Jerry Jeudy
Pick 13
WR
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
(from Indianapolis Colts) Everyone assumes the 49ers, who just landed this pick in the DeForest Buckner trade, will turn around and take another 3-tech. I do not, even with Javon Kinlaw on the board. We make it three straight wideouts here because this team needs weapons following the loss of Emmanuel Sanders.
Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
Andrew Thomas
Pick 14
OT
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The team signed Joe Haeg, but it can still upgrade at right tackle. Thomas grew on me the more I watched him, and I now understand why some NFL teams like him even better than a few of the three tackles that already have gone off the board.
Denver
Denver
Broncos
Javon Kinlaw
Pick 15
DT
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
It's illegal in some parts of the country to project them anything here besides a wide receiver, but we're rolling the dice they won't see this. With Kinlaw falling this far, the Broncos could have the makings of a terrific front seven with the ability to mix and match against the run and pass.
Atlanta
Atlanta
Falcons
C.J. Henderson
Pick 16
CB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
This would be about the lowest we could imagine Henderson falling. He went No. 9 in our last mock, and there still figures to be a spot above this where he could land. If Atlanta could add the second-best (or best?) cover corner in the draft, it would be fantastic value and fill a need.
Dallas
Dallas
Cowboys
K'Lavon Chaisson
Pick 17
EDGE
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Would the Cowboys consider a move down in this scenario? Is this too early for Michigan C Cesar Ruiz? Maybe and maybe. Here, they land an ascending rush talent who doesn’t have the upside of a DeMarcus Ware but has a similar profile in some respects as a prospect. This is the kind of traits-y player the Cowboys have sought for many years, and they did lose Robert Quinn.
Miami
Miami
Dolphins
Ezra Cleveland
Pick 18
C
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
(from Pittsburgh Steelers) Assuming they don’t trade this pick to move up, this could be a spot for an offensive lineman — still a glaring need. Could this be high for Cleveland? Maybe, and perhaps the Dolphins think they could grab him with their next first-rounder. But Cleveland’s stock is on fire after the combine, and he has left and right tackle potential.
Las Vegas
Las Vegas
Raiders
Jeff Gladney
Pick 19
CB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
(from Chicago Bears) Look for them to move down if possible from here — there could be some real action on the picks in this range, if what we’re hearing is true. That might allow the Raiders to recoup the second-rounder they lost in the Khalil Mack trade and not have to reach for a corner. If they grab one, Gladney fits the mold of the feisty, take-no-prisoners defender they might seek on the back end.
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jaguars
Jordan Love
Pick 20
QB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
(from Los Angeles Rams) I don’t think the Jaguars will take a QB here. It seems more likely they’ll give Gardner Minshew a chance to win them over again and — more likely — be ready to pounce on either Trevor Lawrence or Justin Fields a year from now.
Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Eagles
Justin Jefferson
Pick 21
WR
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Jefferson has primarily played the slot, and he’s not a textbook deep threat, but that’s OK. The Eagles need weapons, and Jefferson was as money as almost any receiver in college football last year. Ideally, he’s your No. 2, but he’s a strong No. 2 with the ability to pluck balls out of the air and keep the chains moving regularly.
Minnesota
Minnesota
Vikings
Denzel Mims
Pick 22
WR
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
(from Buffalo Bills) The Vikings are said to be Mims fans, and with the Stefon Diggs trade, this is now a position they must address early, likely with this pick or the one a few slots down. He’s outstanding on jump balls and back-shoulder throws, and — don’t worry — isn’t a Laquon Treadwell-type of project.
New England
New England
Patriots
Patrick Queen
Pick 23
LB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Missing a second-rounder, the Patriots could look into moving down from here. But could a young playmaker such as Queen interest them in this slot? Absolutely. They’re a little thin at linebacker now with the losses of Kyle Van Noy and Jamie Collins, and could move on from Dont’a Hightower. Queen doesn’t turn 21 until August and has star potential under the guidance of Jerod Mayo.
New Orleans
New Orleans
Saints
Kenneth Murray
Pick 24
LB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Another trade-down candidate maybe, but the Saints can stay here and land a Day 1 impact player in Murray. The Saints can’t count on injury-prone Kiko Alonso and Alex Anzalone, and K-9’s range would be even more impactful on the Superdome turf.
Minnesota
Minnesota
Vikings
Yetur Gross-Matos
Pick 25
EDGE
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Minnesota is in a strange place now, not exactly loading up for a big run this coming season but not exactly in rebuild mode either. So filling a big need with a pass rusher still feels like a possibility here, with Gross-Matos able to make his impact felt immediately in passing situations while he develops even more as a run defender.
Miami
Miami
Dolphins
Xavier McKinney
Pick 26
S
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
(from Houston Texans) Miami has a fascinating pair of corners now with Xavien Howard and Byron Jones. Now what they need is a young difference maker to bring the secondary together. McKinney would be a fascinating addition because there’s a Minkah Fitzpatrick element to his game — they played pretty much the same position at Bama — and his smart, rugged style appears to fit what Brian Flores seeks in his defenders.
Seattle
Seattle
Seahawks
Terrell Lewis
Pick 27
EDGE
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Seattle is an annual trade-back candidate, of course, but barring some other pass-rush addition. This is their biggest need. And as with the L.J. Collier pick a year ago, the Seahawks also move to the beat of their own drummer. Lewis is a scheme-specific fit, but his unique blend of length, flexibility and movement skill has us intrigued.
Baltimore
Baltimore
Ravens
Cesar Ruiz
Pick 28
C
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
We mocked Ruiz to Baltimore last time around, and it feels like even more of a fit now with Marshal Yanda’s retirement, along with the questionable health of starting center Matt Skura, who was passable a year ago. The Ravens also can tap into the Harbaugh connection to find out just how solid a fit Ruiz could be with his smarts and second-level athletic skill.
Tennessee
Tennessee
Titans
Josh Jones
Pick 29
OT
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The buzz on Jones has cooled just a little since a good Senior Bowl, but experienced tackles don’t typically last long. Ideally, the Titans could groom Jones behind Taylor Lewan and Dennis Kelly in 2020 and use him on heavy sets as a swing tackle before Jones gets a shot at starting in 2021.
Green Bay
Green Bay
Packers
Marlon Davidson
Pick 30
DL
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
A receiver is possible here, as is an offensive lineman, but the defensive line is also an area that figures to be addressed early in Green Bay. Davidson helped boost his stock at the Senior Bowl, even if some felt he put on too much weight — from the 280-pound range to 297 in Mobile and 303 at the combine. But as a 5-technique, he’d work well in this system.
San Francisco
San Francisco
49ers
Trevon Diggs
Pick 31
CB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Landing a long, athletic corner here would be a nice coup, helping them in the short and long terms. They need to upgrade the spot opposite Richard Sherman while also planning for life after Sherman down the road. Diggs would be a nice fit at this spot.
Kansas City
Kansas City
Chiefs
Kristian Fulton
Pick 32
CB
Position
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The Chiefs are said to be fans of Fulton, and he could help add depth and talent to an emerging secondary. When you have Patrick Mahomes, opposing teams are likely going to have to throw the ball late in games against you to keep pace. (And yes, I know they trailed by double digits in every postseason game.) Finding as many quality defensive backs as possible should be a goal.