Last update: Saturday, April 28, 2012.
This is a 2012 NFL Mock Re-Draft of Rounds 4 and 5 for Saturday's NFL Draft coverage. With all of the trades that will go down, I don't expect to get many of these right, but it's still fun to speculate where the top prospects will go on Day 3 of the 2012 NFL Draft.
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Indianapolis Colts: Alameda Ta'amu, NT, Washington
The Colts grab a nose tackle to man the middle of their 3-4 defense.
Pick change; previously Cyrus Gray, RB
Denver Broncos: Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas
The Broncos add a speedy slot receiver for Peyton Manning to work with.
Minnesota Vikings: Senio Kelemete, OT/G, Washington
The Vikings need tons of help on their offensive line. Kelemete has received a lot of interest from Minnesota.
Minnesota Vikings: Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin
The Vikings need a wide receiver to complement Percy Harvin and Adrian Peterson.
Pick change; previously Lucas Nix, G/T (CLE)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Taylor Thompson, TE, SMU
The Buccaneers want to add a backup tight end. They've brought Thompson in for a pre-draft visit and are interested.
Washington Redskins: Philip Thomas, S, Syracuse
After signing Tanard Jackson, the Redskins add their second troubled Syracuse product. Washington has had Thomas in for a visit.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Leonard Johnson, CB, Iowa State
Gene Smith drafted a punter in the third round. He may just led his final draft as Jaguars general manager. The Jags passed on a lot of good corners in doing so.
Pick change; previously Vick Ballard, RB
Carolina Panthers: Chris Givens, WR, Wake Forest
The Panthers land an understudy to Steve Smith.
Buffalo Bills: Malik Jackson, DE, Tennessee
The Bills select a backup defensive end to go behind their veteran free agents.
Miami Dolphins: Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami
The Dolphins could use more help at wide receiver, and Streeter is a nice value in the fifth round.
Kansas City Chiefs: James-Michael Johnson, ILB, Nevada
The Chiefs could use depth at inside linebacker.
Pick change; previously Dwight Jones, WR
Buffalo Bills: Jaye Howard, DT, Florida
The Bills get a defensive tackle to fortify their depth.
Oakland Raiders: Frank Alexander, DE/OLB, Oklahoma
The Raiders need more youth on their defensive line on both the edge and the interior. Alexander and Chapman are good values for Oakland in the fifth round.
San Diego Chargers: Lamar Miller, RB, Miami
The Chargers could use a running back to replace Darren Sproles. I'm guessing there are some character concerns pushing Miller down.
Pick change; previously Nate Potter, OT
St. Louis Rams: Brandon Washington, G, Miami
The Bears grab some offensive line depth.
Pick change; previously Matt Reynolds, OT/G (CHI)
Arizona Cardinals: Nate Potter, OT, Boise State
The Cardinals could use a better pass protector like Potter.
Pick change; previously Kheeston Randall, DE/DT
Dallas Cowboys: Ronald Leary, G, Memphis
Sources have indicated that the Cowboys have a serious interest in Leary. He's went to Dallas for a pre-draft visit.
Philadelphia Eagles: Janzen Jackson, S, McNeese State
The Eagles get some safety help and have shown interest in Jackson in the form of a pre-draft visit.
Seattle Seahawks: Kheeston Randall, DE/DT, Texas
The Seahawks could use more help on the defensive line.
Kyrie Irving couldn't get the Cavaliers to the 8th seed in a terrible eastern conference. He only started tasting play-off basketball when Lebron James returned. The Cavaliers should trade him to another dumpster fire like the Knicks.
@Drunk Ass Jerry To your points.... M. Hyatt is excellent but lacks the size many feel needed for OT and see him as a OG in the NFL... Safety is still a need for the Bucs ... RB it seems like C. Sims is always hurt... D. Martin has been up and down... I like J. McNichols alot but see him as their 3rd down back of the future.. I did grab a CB in RD4 for them... and 2018`s edge rushing talent isn`t deep into the later rounds..I see them using F/A for edge help more than the 2018 draft.