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2014 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1
Seahawks TE Zach Miller could be a cap casualty, and Amaro would be a nice addition to an offense that needs a little nudge at times.
A gifted slot defender, Verrett could help the AFC Champion Broncos from the get-go. Denver's free-agent moves will dictate what they do with this pick.
I wanted to mock a head coach here, but a cornerback will have to suffice. Now that Anquan Boldin has re-signed, secondary help is a logical place to start.
A big-bodied athletic freak who can do a little bit of everything ... sounds like a player Bill Belichick will covet, especially given the interior DL problems he has to hammer out.
An athletic specimen who can help a team in need of weapons, Beckham could have a much larger role as a rookie if Steve Smith doesn't return. The former Tiger is talented enough to either way.
I think Ford is an ideal DE-to-OLB 3-4 convert prospect. He could give the Saints an instant pass rush addition to help Junior Galette.
Cleveland could go in a lot of directions here, with plenty of holes to fill. If they indeed go QB at No. 4, protecting their investment is a paramount concern.
Nix's injury history will cause him to take a small hit on draft day, resulting in a huge win for the Chargers run defense.
A serious injury Leon Hall, a 1,000-year-old Terence Newman, Adam Jones facing legal trouble -- again ... Cincy needs a cornerback they can rely on.
Green Bay could be in play here, but I doubt it. KC needs athletic weapons; Andy Reid loved to involve the position when he coached Philly.
Ealy is a great fit for a 3-4 front and may be just what Philadelphia's is missing. He doesn't profile as a 4-3 DE to me, and the Eagles need a presence in containment.
Green Bay's front seven is going through some changes and could use athletic, heady youth injected into the center of it. Mosley would give offenses someone other than Clay Matthews to worry about.
It was apparent to anyone who watched the 2013 Cardinals offense that a quality left tackle was sorely lacking.
Miami's OL is in serious need of some talent ... back to the Michigan OT well again? I'm failing to see why not. The best player at his position, which happens to be one of need.
Offensive weaponry is a must, but I have a feeling the Jets wait until later rounds to bolster their offense. Free agency will play a huge role here.
Baltimore wants to make this offense revolve around Joe Flacco, so they have to give him more weapons. Benjamin could catch 65 balls as a rook.
Dallas desperately needs to improve their defensive interior after switching to a 4-3 alignment. It was so bad, they might as well have started me last year.
Emmanuel Sanders is likely gone, and Pittsburgh still doesn't really know what it has in Markus Wheaton. Antonio Brown needs some help.
Dennard is an all-around defender but lacks the athletic ability to be an elite shutdown guy. He's still a quality starter for a decade in this league.
Rangy, Clinton-Dix has ''NFL stud'' written all over him. St. Louis surely needs an upgrade in their defensive backfield ... and with a name Nelson Muntz would be proud of.
Very underrated, Jernigan will go higher than most people realize. However, with all of NYG's needs, do they look his way? Subject to change.
Dynamic and athletic, Gilbert could replace Alterraun Verner. Gilbert has shutdown corner potential.
My second favorite defensive talent, behind Mack, Pryor immediately upgrades a weak secondary in a division that features Aaron Rodgers and Jay Cutler.
Watkins may end up in Oakland, and he surely won't make it past Detroit. BUF needs weapons something fierce, unless they opt for a FS to replace Jairus Byrd.
I can see Barr freefalling in this draft, but Minnesota really needs LB help and may reach a little. We've seen them do it with more important positions under GM Rick Spielman.
The best player in the draft, regardless of position, is a steal at No. 7. A trade likely will prevent him from falling this far, however.
Concerns over his work ethic will cause a ''slide'' for Clowney. The reality is, he won't fall far before the sack-starved Falcons swoop in.
There is concern Menelik Watson may be a bust, and he's probably more of a RT anyway, all while Jared Veldheer remains unsigned.
Cleveland's offseason turnover screams impatience. Bridgewater is the most NFL-ready QB of this group.
Jacksonville needs an offensive playmaker and franchise face they are not ashamed of. Manziel gives them hope.
Robinson is absolutely dominant in run blocking and athletic enough to shine as a pass protector with a little coaching.
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