NBC Chicago | Yahoo! Sports — NFL Draft: Kayvon Thibodeaux, Kyle Hamilton among top 5 prospects originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago The 2021 NFL Draft hasn't even happened yet, but that isn't keeping a Pro Football Hall of Famer from turning his attention to the next crop of prospects. On Monday, former NFL executive turned NFL.com analyst Gil Brandt tweeted he has Kayvon Thibodeaux as his top-rated prospect in the 2022 NFL Draft class. How does Thibodeaux compare to the rest of the players on Brandt's list?
ESPN - NFL Nation — Will Dallas pick up Leighton Vander Esch's fifth-year option? Keep Connor Williams and Michael Gallup? Decisions have to be made.
ESPN - NFL Nation — With up to five QBs projected to go in the top 10 picks of the NFL draft, players like the Bama WR could slide, making New York's pick more valuable.
ESPN - NFL Nation — Philadelphia's first-round prospects are plenty, but ESPN's Draft Day Predictor projects the best value to be a player who isn't in the trenches.
ESPN - NFL Nation — Based on what coach Kyle Shanahan has said, a look at how Justin Fields, Mac Jones or Trey Lance would fit with the Niners.
Dean Mullen | Last Word on Pro Football
Darrelle Lincoln | Total Pro Sports — When Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst traded up to get Jordan Love in the first round of last year’s draft, the presumption was he was going to eventually take over for Aaron Rodgers. Will Jordan Love ever see the field with the Green Bay Packers? A recent leaked photo seems to suggest that […]
ClutchPoints | Yahoo! Sports — With Trevor Lawrence and Wilson seemingly locked in as the first and second overall selections, Justin Fields certainly is in the conversation for the San Francisco 49ers at the third overall pick, with the likes of the Atlanta Falcons (4th), Carolina Panthers (8th), Denver Broncos (9th) other likely landing spots. Justin Fields may not get handed the starting job right out of the gate, but he surely deserves it – here are the three best destinations for the former Buckeye to go in this year’s f...
Andrew Dannehy | Da Bears Blog — Since the Bears hired Ryan Pace prior to the 2015 offseason, few teams have made fewer selections in the NFL Draft. But the Bears GM ranks among the best in the league at getting value with the pick he’s made. While misses like Mitch Trubisky, Adam Shaheen and Kevin White receive the most intention – […]
Cardinals Wire | Yahoo! Sports — In a new NFL mock draft from USA TODAY's Nate Davis, the Arizona Cardinals find themselves with an ideal selection at No. 16.
Sports Illustrated Indianapolis Colts News, Analysis and More | Yahoo! Sports — Commonly willing to trade back, the Colts haven't had a first-round pick in either of the last two years. They traded the No. overall pick in 2020 to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for defensive tackle DeForest Buckner, and they traded back out of the first round in 2019.
Nick Underhill | NewOrleans.Football — The Saints have a significant hole at cornerback, and the expectation is that they will try and fill it during next week’s draft. Given that the team needs top-end talent and not just depth, the team will likely be looking to address the position within the first two rounds to have a better shot at […]
Chris Pokorny | Dawgs by Nature
The Canton Repository | Yahoo! Sports — New York Jets – Zach Wilson, QB, BYU: Legitimate case to be made this is the least-suspenseful No. overall selection in NFL draft history now that the Jets have dispatched QB Sam Darnold to Carolina just three years after tabbing him No. overall.
Emily Iannaconi | Big Blue View
Baltimore Ravens - Videos — The "Good Morning Football" crew discusses teams that need to be most aggressive in the 2021 NFL Draft.
NJ.com | Yahoo! Sports — Don’t start ordering those Zach Wilson uniforms just yet. Just about every mock draft on the planet has the New York Jets using the No. pick overall in the 2021 NFL Draft on the BYU quarterback.
William McFadden | The Falcoholic
orlandosentinel.com | Yahoo! Sports — The idea would be a team like Denver (No. would trade up to get a quarterback — assuming one’s still available at No. And the one Denver would like.
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