Tennessee Titans: Stephen Weatherly, DE/OLB, Vanderbilt
The Titans grab some edge-rushing depth behind their veterans.
Cleveland Browns: Kentrell Brothers, LB, Missouri
The Browns could use some inside linebacker depth and competition.
San Francisco 49ers: Max Tuerk, C, USC
The 49ers haven't found a suitable center since Jonathan Goodwin left. Here's a potential long-term starter for Chip Kelly.
Oakland Raiders: Daryl Worley, CB, West Virginia
The Raiders grab some cornerback depth.
Denver Broncos: John Theus, OT, Georgia
The Broncos grab some offensive line depth.
Pick change; previously Jayron Kearse, S
San Francisco 49ers: Fahn Cooper, OT/G, Ole Miss
The 49ers pick up a guard competitor. They've shown interest Cooper.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Deon Bush, S, Miami
The Jaguars grab some secondary depth.
Miami Dolphins: Josh Forrest, LB, Kentucky
The Dolphins could use some linebacker depth.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Stephane Nembot, OT, Colorado
The Bucs grab some right tackle depth with Demar Dotson nearing free agency.
New York Giants: Keith Marshall, RB, Georgia
The Giants could use more play-making competition at running back, plus Marshall has talent. He illustrated that at the combine, and he could be a third-day steal if he can stay healthy.
Chicago Bears: Nate Sudfeld, QB, Indiana
The Bears could take some backup quarterback competition to see if they find a Day 3 diamond as an eventual replacement for Jay Cutler.
Detroit Lions: Jordan Jenkins, LB, Georgia
The Lions could use some linebacker depth and competition.
New Orleans Saints: Landon Turner, G, North Carolina
The Saints have a big need at guard, and they could use two draft picks to improve the interior of their offensive line. New Orleans has shown interest in Turner.
Philadelphia Eagles: Rashard Robinson, CB, LSU
The Eagles grab some cornerback depth, plus they have shown interest in Robinson.
Oakland Raiders: Jordan Howard, RB, Indiana
The Raiders could use some running back depth and competition.
Indianapolis Colts: Thomas Duarte, TE, UCLA
The Colts were wise to re-sign Dwayne Allen and let Colby Fleener walk. Here's a receiving tight end to pair with Allen.
Buffalo Bills: James Cowser, DE/OLB, Southern Utah
The Bills grab more edge-rushing talent after losing Mario Williams.
Denver Broncos: Eric Murray, CB, Minnesota
The Broncos could use some cornerback depth. Aqib Talib could be a trade candidate or cap casualty in a year, so they could develop another corner to backup Chris Harris and Bradley Roby.
Pick change; previously Tyler Johnstone, OT
Washington Redskins: Jerald Hawkins, OT, LSU
The Redskins grab some offensive line depth.
Houston Texans: Quinton Jefferson, DE/DT, Maryland
The Texans grab a five-technique to replace Jared Crick.
Minnesota Vikings: Tyrone Holmes, DE, Montana
Minnesota grabs more defensive line depth.
Cincinnati Bengals: Eric Striker, OLB, Oklahoma
The Bengals have the strong roster to be able to afford a luxury pick like Striker to be a situational pass-rusher.
Kansas City Chiefs: Maurice Canady, CB, Virginia
The Chiefs could use some cornerback depth.
Green Bay Packers: Avery Young, OT, Auburn
The Packers always have their offensive line depth tested, so adding more talent would make sense.
Philadelphia Eagles: Daniel Lasco, RB, California
The Eagles could use some running back depth, plus they might trade Ryan Mathews. >
Kansas City Chiefs: Tyler Matakevich, LB, Temple
Considering the age of Derrick Johnson, it would make sense for Kansas City to have some inside linebacker depth.
Houston Texans: D.J. Reader, NT, Clemson
Houston could use a backup nose tackle to groom behind Vince Wilfork.
Arizona Cardinals: Cyrus Jones, CB, Alabama
It never hurts to have cornerback and special teams depth. While Jones has gotten some hype, teams have told me they have third-day grades on him.
Carolina Panthers: Jason Fainaka, DE, Utah
The Panthers could use more defensive end competition and depth following Jared Allen's retirement.
Detroit Lions: Darius Latham, DT, Indiana
The Lions grab more defensive line talent. Given the age of Haloti Ngata, it would make sense to have an understudy.
Arizona Cardinals: Jalin Marshall, WR, Ohio State
With Larry Fitzgerald aging and Michael Floyd nearing the end of his contract, it would make sense to draft some depth.
Seattle Seahawks: Joe Thuney, G, N.C. State
The Seahawks have now taken a tackle, guard and center in this mock. All of them have high SPARQ ratings, plus Seattle needs to do a lot of work on its offensive line.
Cleveland Browns: Tyler Ervin, RB, San Jose State
The Browns grab some running back depth behind Duke Johnson.
Cleveland Browns: David Onyemata, DE/DT, Manitoba
Here's another defensive lineman to help the Browns improve at getting after the quarterback.
San Francisco 49ers: Brandon Allen, QB, Arkansas
Chip Kelly could draft multiple quarterbacks, especially if Colin Kaepernick is traded.
San Diego Chargers: Jayron Kearse, S, Clemson
After passing on Jalen Ramsey, the Chargers get some safety depth.