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1. Cleveland Browns:
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5/3: Sam Darnold will be Cleveland's No. 1 pick. - Benjamin Allbright, 104.7 FM Denver
It's unclear why Allbright is so confident that this will be the case, especially when reliable reporters have said that it's down to either Baker Mayfield or Josh Allen. -Walter


4/26: "I believe the Browns will draft Baker Mayfield at No. 1 overall tonight and that it's not a smokescreen." - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland.com
Cabot has been all over the Browns taking either Mayfield or Josh Allen, and with Allen's controversial tweets surfacing, it's easy to connect the dots to Mayfield. It'll be a surprise at this point if Mayfield isn't the top pick. -Walter


4/26: "It's my feeling, barring any unexpected new info or proposals surfacing and based off multiple conversations I've had on and off the record up through the crack of dawn this AM, that the Browns have settled on Baker Mayfield for the No. 1 pick." - Josina Anderson, ESPN
Yet another media member connecting Baker Mayfield to the Browns. Meanwhile, Mayfield has become the betting favorite to be the No. 1 pick on gambling sites. -Walter


4/26: "One league source told cleveland.com that rumblings inside the Browns facility among staffers are that Baker Mayfield will be the pick because the Oklahoma quarterback has all of the qualities GM John Dorsey is looking for." - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland.com
Cabot reported yesterday that the Browns were down to Mayfield or Josh Allen, so it appears as though Mayfield has won. Cabot also mentioned that the Browns are trying to trade down. -Walter


4/26: Baker Mayfield to the Browns "is happening." - Lance Zierlein, NFL Network
I was already thinking about switching over to Mayfield in my final 2018 NFL Mock Draft, and with the offensive tweets that surfaced, I'm even more likely to do so. We're still gathering some last-second information, but the updated mock should be posted around 3 p.m. -Walter


4/26: Offensive tweets from Josh Allen's past have surfaced. -
Yahoo! did some sleuthing and uncovered stuff from Allen's high school days. Allen posted tweets containing the N-word, and one of his posts said "if it ain't white, it ain't right." Allen has apologized for these, saying he was "young and dumb," but if the Browns knew about this - with all the research teams do, how could they not? - it might be a reason they'd stay away from him, especially if it was a close call between him and Baker Mayfield. I'm thinking about switching my top pick to Mayfield in the final update, which will be posted between 2-4 p.m. -Walter


4/26: There is a "mounting belief" among league executives and coaches that the Browns will select Baker Mayfield first overall. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Both Mary Kay Cabot and Dan Patrick have reported that the Browns are deciding between Mayfield and Josh Allen, and with some racist tweets from the past surfacing from Allen's accounts (more on that in a bit), Cleveland could opt for Mayfield, whom Scot McCloughan has been touting this whole time. -Walter


4/26: Bob McGinn of BobMcGinnFootball.com has the Browns selecting Baker Mayfield first overall. -
McGinn has been one of the most accurate mock drafters in the business over the years. He didn't do so well in 2017, but he has an extensive track record of doing well in his mocks, so this is worth noting. Mary Kay Cabot and Dan Patrick both reported recently that the Browns were deciding between Mayfield and Josh Allen. -Walter


4/25: The Browns are shopping the No. 4 overall pick and could get a 2019 first-round choice in return. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
It seems as though Saquon Barkley probably won't be available at No. 4. If so, the Browns can't really make a pick that makes sense for them, both from a needs and financial perspective. Trading down with a team like the Bills or Cardinals aiming to move up for a quarterback is the logical play, especially if Cleveland can get a 2019 first-rounder in return. -Walter


4/25: The Browns are down to Josh Allen or Baker Mayfield, and they've "cooled off" on Sam Darnold in the past few days. - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland Plain-Dealer
If you'd rather pay attention to the national media than Cabot, remember last year, when Cabot had Cleveland selecting Myles Garrett all along, while the two ESPN mock drafters thought the Browns would go with Mitchell Trubisky. Cabot is one of the top NFL team reporters, and I believe her report to be true. We've been told to mock Allen to the Browns, and that's why we've slotted him there for a while in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft. Allen is a perfect quarterback for Todd Haley's system, but Mayfield remains a possibility because Scot McCloughan's camp believes the Oklahoma product is the top quarterback in this class. McCloughan, prior to even being hired by the Browns, called Mayfield a "shorter Brett Favre." I still think Allen will be the pick, but Mayfield shouldn't be counted out. -Walter


4/24: Baker Mayfield is "definitely" in the conversation to be the first-overall pick. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
I've said it a billion times, and I'll say it again: If the Browns are really considering taking one of three quarterbacks first overall - and this is something that's been widely reported this entire time - then it makes absolutely no sense to pass on Saquon Barkley first overall, given that it's a guarantee that at least one of their preferred three quarterbacks will be available at No. 4. In fact, it's likely that two will be available if the reports of the Giants passing on quarterbacks is true. -Walter


4/23: "From what I'm hearing, the Cleveland Browns are going to take Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen with the No. 1 overall pick. Right now, that is the pick I'm hearing will lead off Thursday night at this time." - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
Charlie added that there could be more news forthcoming about whether the pick would be Allen or Sam Darnold by Wednesday night, so stay tuned for that. -Walter


4/23: The Browns are choosing between Josh Allen and Baker Mayfield. - Dan Patrick, The Dan Patrick Show
Whoa, no Sam Darnold! Per Patrick's source, Darnold and Josh Rosen are "off the board." If this is true, it's further proof that the Browns should just select Saquon Barkley first overall, since there's an extremely high chance of either Allen or Mayfield being available at No. 4 overall. Then again, this could all be a giant smokescreen. General manager John Dorsey will reportedly tell the owner whom he'll be picking Wednesday night, so hopefully something trickles out Thursday morning. -Walter


4/23: "Someone I trust, who is very often right and is very well-connected, told me Sunday it’s not Josh Allen." - Peter King, MMQB
King is referring to the Browns' No. 1 overall pick, predicting that Cleveland will take Sam Darnold after all. King posted this hours after Tony Pauline reported that the Browns are now leaning toward Darnold. -Walter


4/21: "Recent chatter is that there’s a swell of support for Sam Darnold in the Browns war room." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
This is interesting, as all the hype had been trending in Josh Allen's direction last week. The Browns may not have decided this pick yet, so stay tuned for the latest info all week leading up to the draft. -Walter


4/20: "My gut tells me the Browns will take Sam Darnold, and the draft starts with the Giants at No. 2." - Mike Mayock, NFL Network
There has been plenty of speculation and reporting that the Browns will select Josh Allen, but Mayock thinks otherwise. It should be a fun ride, as general manager John Dorsey said that he won't even tell the owner who the pick is until the night before the draft. -Walter


4/19: When asked if he would take Saquon Barkley first overall, GM John Dorsey replied, "Why wouldn't I?" - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Logical begins to prevail. The Browns' best course of action is to select Barkley first overall and then take a quarterback with the fourth pick because they like three of the top four signal-callers in this class. If the Giants can't figure out to trade down, and select Bradley Chubb instead, the Browns will even get their pick between Sam Darnold and Josh Allen at No. 4 - just like they do now with the first choice. At any rate, Dorsey said he would keep the pick secret from the owner until the night before the draft, so it should be an exciting six days of speculation. -Walter


4/18: The Browns have considered drafting quarterbacks with the first- and fourth-overall picks. - Kevin Clark, The Ringer
Perhaps when they were drinking late at night. Taking two quarterbacks into the 2018 season would make absolutely no sense except for a scenario in which the Browns plan on trading one of them at some point prior to the 2019 NFL Draft. The Browns could pull a Howie Roseman and wait until a team loses a quarterback for the season and is desperate for a player at the position (think the Saints and Drew Brees, for example.) Still, this is unlikely to happen. I actually have Cleveland trading its No. 4 pick in my updated 2018 NFL Mock Draft today. -Walter


4/18: Senior Bowl director Phil Savage believes the Browns will select Josh Allen first overall. -
Savage was general manager of the Browns between 2005 and 2008, so he could still have some connections there. Savage is yet another voice who thinks Allen will be chosen first overall. We have Allen No. 1 in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


4/18: The Saquon Barkley story about his agents not wanting him to play for the Browns is false. - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland Plain-Dealer
Barkley's representation has denied the Sports Illustrated report that they told him to refuse to play for the Browns. -Walter


4/18: Saquon Barkley's agents don't want their client to play for the Browns. - Ben Baskin, Sports Illustrated
In fact, Barkley's agents, Roc Nation, told him to refuse to play for the Browns if drafted by them. Barkley has said nothing of this, so Cleveland fans shouldn't be angry at him at the moment. Barkley, however, did don that Giants hoodie recently, so perhaps that's an indication of his preferred destination. -Walter


4/11:

"People familiar with the Browns' thinking" expect the Browns to select Josh Allen first overall.

- Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network
Jeremiah noted that the people he has spoken to are those who have worked with John Dorsey, or are familiar with Cleveland's draft room. Allen is a better fit for Todd Haley's offense than Sam Darnold is, so it appears as though the Wyoming product will be the first-overall choice, though Cleveland hasn't made its final decision yet. Allen is slotted to the Browns atop our updated 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


4/2: A friend of Browns general manager John Dorsey believes Cleveland will take Josh Allen first overall and then Saquon Barkley fourth overall. - Peter King, MMQB
The friend also believes the Browns will not trade down, which jibes with other reports. Dan Patrick reported about a week ago that the Browns were feigning interest in Sam Darnold to entice the Giants to trade up, and then Chris Mortensen said that the Browns were debating between Darnold and Allen, so it appears as though Allen will be the top pick. Meanwhile, we've said that the Browns want Barkley more than any other prospect, but know there's a better chance he's available at No. 4 than Allen, thanks to the Jets trade. -Walter


3/27: The Browns are debating between Sam Darnold and Josh Allen with the first-overall pick. - Chris Mortensen, ESPN
Yesterday, Dan Patrick reported that the Browns are attempting to feign interest in Sam Darnold to get the Darnold-smitten Giants to move up to No. 1 overall. It would make sense for the teams to swap picks if the Browns ultimately decide that they want to go with Allen. -Walter


3/26: Three sources say the Browns are feigning love for Sam Darnold to bait the Giants to trade to No. 1 overall. - Dan Patrick, The Dan Patrick Show
If the Browns pull this off, and they manage to land Saquon Barkley and the quarterback of their choice - whether that's Josh Allen or Baker Mayfield - they'll have won the draft. -Walter


3/26: "One source with knowledge of the Browns' private workout and meeting with Baker Mayfield said the session went 'great' and the Browns' interest seems sincere; Dorsey praises him at meetings, and he's still in the mix." - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland.com
While Sam Darnold is the favorite to be the first player chosen in the 2018 NFL Draft, Mayfield can't be counted out just yet. There's a chance the Browns could change their minds and opt for Mayfield instead. -Walter


3/21: The "overwhelming sense" at the USC pro day is that Sam Darnold will be the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. - Jeff Darlington, ESPN
The Browns had their entire contingency at the USC pro day, including owner Jimmy Haslam, who sat with Darnold's parents in the stands. I have the Browns taking Darnold and then Saquon Barkley with the first and fourth picks in the 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/20: "My understanding is, and who knows what's going to happen over the next five weeks, but I think the Jets are operating under the assumption that Sam Darnold will be the No. 1 pick." - Manish Mehta, New York Daily News
This could mean a couple of things. First of all, perhaps the Jets know the Browns love Sam Darnold, which would mean that moving up to No. 3 overall was a safer move - though I still question it because the Giants could trade out of No. 2, as I've mentioned in the NFL Trade Grades page. Second, Mehta might also know that the Jets don't like Darnold very much, which might make sense. Charlie Campbell has mentioned that Josh Allen fits the prototype of quarterbacks general manager Mike Maccagnan has pursued, so perhaps the Jets will swap selections with the Giants to ensure themselves of Allen, much like the Bears did last year with Mitchell Trubisky.  -Walter


3/19: The Bills have not contacted the Browns about a trade. - Sal Capaccio, WGR550
You gotta love the NFL Draft season! Dan Patrick reported this morning that the Bills contacted the Browns about trading up to No. 1 overall, but Bills sources told Capaccio that they haven't. This could be true, as the Browns could have spread fake news to increase interest for the top pick, but it could also be the Bills leaking false information so that they can maintain their leverage in a possible trade. In summary, it would be shocking if the Bills didn't trade up, given their huge need for a quarterback and the fact that they have so many resources at their disposal. I have them trading up with the Giants in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/19: The Bills have called the Browns about trading up to the No. 1 overall pick. - Dan Patrick, The Dan Patrick Show
It's unclear what the Browns want, or what the Bills are willing to surrender. Per the trade-value chart, all of Buffalo's first- and second-round picks would be enough to match the value of No. 1 overall. This development isn't surprising in the slightest. Buffalo already moved up to No. 12, and with five picks in the top 65, the team is poised to trade up. I have the Bills going up to No. 2 overall in this potential 2018 NFL Draft Trade. -Walter


3/4: "There is very strong buzz Cleveland likes Baker Mayfield a lot." - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network
It's unclear if the buzz is from what new executive Scot McCloughan said about Mayfield, but it's worth noting. Garafolo believes Mayfield would be the pick at No. 4, with Saquon Barkley going No. 1 overall. -Walter


3/4: Bradley Chubb is under "legit consideration" at No. 4 overall for the Browns. - Jeff Risdon, ESPN
Chubb is favored to go to the Colts, but if Indianapolis trades down, Chubb could be available for the Browns at No. 4. If so, Cleveland will likely take him if Saquon Barkley is off the board, as pairing Myles Garrett with Chubb would give the Browns an insane pass rush. -Walter


2/28: The Browns spoke to Oklahoma OT Orlando Brown about Baker Mayfield. - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
Charlie reported the meeting between the Browns and Brown, who could be the team's 33rd-overall pick if he lasts that long. It's significant, however, that they asked Brown about Mayfield, who could end up being Cleveland's choice at No. 4 overall. -Walter


2/26: "I learned at the Senior Bowl that the Browns are not presently enamored with any of the top quarterbacks." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
This might be the case now, but keep in mind that there are still two months for the Browns to fall in love with one of the top quarterbacks. Also remember that new front-office personnel man Scot McCloughan is on record for saying that he believes Baker Mayfield will be the next Brett Favre. If the Browns opt for Mayfield, he should be available at No. 4, allowing them to select Saquon Barkley first overall, as Pauline predicts. -Walter


2/6: New Browns personnel consultant Scot McCloughan said he would draft Baker Mayfield over Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold and Josh Allen. -
McCloughan, former general manager of the Redskins, said this in a radio interview back in October, so it's not smoke. McCloughan compared Mayfield to a "shorter version of Brett Favre." Perhaps Mayfield will be Cleveland's choice at No. 4 overall. -Walter


1/26: There's a fit developing between the Browns and Baker Mayfield. - Charles Robinson, Yahoo!
"I think he’s a strong candidate for the top pick after this week," a league source told Robinson. Mayfield had a strong Senior Bowl week and could certainly be Cleveland's new quarterback. But with all of these signal-callers linked to the Browns, they could almost take Saquon Barkley at No. 1 and grab whichever quarterback is left at No. 4. -Walter


1/26: The Browns aren't scared off by Josh Allen's inconsistency at the Senior Bowl. - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland Plain-Dealer
"He can still make throws that none of the other guys in this quarterback class can make," a high-ranking Browns executive said. There's so much smoke around the Browns-to-Allen connection that it almost feels like it definitely won't happen. Still, despite Allen's inconsistency, he's still almost certain to be a top-six pick. -Walter


1/23: Josh Allen indicated that he would love to play for the Cleveland Browns. - Keith Britton, CBS Cleveland
Yes, it's true. Just take a look at this quote: "The guy that does that is going to be immortalized in Cleveland forever ... If I’m fortunate enough to become a Cleveland Brown, you can expect everything from me." Unlike Josh Rosen, who said he'd rather go lower than the draft than be selected by the "wrong team," Allen actually wants to be in Cleveland. -Walter


1/22: Western Kentucky quarterback Mike White is a favorite of Browns GM John Dorsey. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Mike White has good size, accuracy and field vision, but his arm strength is lacking. He looks like a mid-round pick, so perhaps he'll be someone Cleveland will groom behind the veteran the team acquires prior to the draft. -Walter


1/1: "I heard this from a veteran college scout ... on what Cleveland GM John Dorsey might do: 'I believe there is no way Cleveland, at No. 1, will pass on [Wyoming quarterback] Josh Allen. This is Wentz reincarnated. Allen's a perfect Dorsey quarterback. Just watch.'" - Peter King, MMQB
This is the second report this week linking the Browns to Josh Allen. Of course, Cleveland can squash all that speculation by trading for either A.J. McCarron or Alex Smith. -Walter


1/1: "NFC personnel guy convinced Browns will take Josh Allen at No. 1, leaving Dave Gettleman (with a Giants loss or Colts win Sunday) to pick Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, or Saquon Barkley." - Ian O'Connor, ESPN
If the Browns don't trade down or pick the ultra-raw Allen over Rosen or Darnold, it would be, well, very Brownsian of them. Still, it would earn an instant F in the draft grades. -Walter


1/1: Browns general manager John Dorsey mentioned staying away from Josh Rosen before taking the job in Cleveland. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Dorsey could always change his mind, but it doesn't appear as though Cleveland will be spending the No. 1 overall pick on Rosen, who has expressed a desire to play elsewhere. Perhaps there will be a trade, just as there was with Eli Manning. -Walter




2. New York Giants:
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4/26: The Broncos are trying to trade up to No. 2. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
If Sam Darnold is not the top pick, I imagine Denver will be very eager to move up for him before the Jets can take him. However, Giants general manager Dave Gettleman has never traded down. He has to decide if he wants to risk losing Saquon Barkley. -Walter


4/25: NFL Network's Peter Schrager has mocked Bradley Chubb to the Giants at No. 2 overall. -
This seems newsworthy for multiple reasons. Not only is Schrager one of the best NFL reporters on TV, he also was the first to report that Christian McCaffrey would be a top-10 pick last year. The link there is that the man who selected McCaffrey, Dave Gettleman, is now the general manager of the Giants. Also, recall that 12 years ago, everyone thought the Texans were taking a running back (Reggie Bush) atop the draft, yet they surprised everyone by selecting an N.C. State defensive end (Mario Williams.) Perhaps history will repeat itself with the Giants shocking everyone with Chubb over Saquon Barkley. -Walter


4/23: "The Giants are interested in Josh Sweat and met with him. Could be an option at 34." - Matt Lombardo, NJ.com
Sweat has a troubling injury history, so No. 34 seems a bit early for Sweat. However, the Giants could target him in the third round if they like him enough. -Walter


4/20: "I think Saquon Barkley will be the guy for the Giants if they stay at 2." - Mike Mayock, NFL Network
Mayock is the latest to speculate that the Giants will eschew all the quarterbacks and opt for the top running back in the class with the second-overall selection. Mayock also said that if the Giants trade down, it won't be past No. 6, so if the Bills want to move into the second spot, they'll have to make two deals. -Walter


4/19: Giants GM Dave Gettleman told the media that the idea that he has to take a quarterback at No. 2 overall is "hogwash." -
OK, then. If Gettleman doesn't want to select a quarterback he doesn't love, that's perfectly fine. What isn't OK is picking a running back second overall when the option to secure plenty of draft capital is a strong possibility. Gettleman still has seven days to get a deal done, but for now, Barkley is the No. 2 projection in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


4/18: "Giants did a lot of work on potential Round 2 and 3 offensive linemen. Geron Christian, Will Hernandez and Tyrell Crosby had known visits. Brian O’Neill and Nevada’s Austin Corbett private workouts. Pick 34 looks like ideal spot to bolster line." - Jordan Raanan, ESPN
Saquon Barkley, if he's the pick, is going to have a difficult time finding running lanes if the Giants don't bolster their blocking. It would make sense to take an offensive lineman atop Round 2. -Walter


4/17: It's "inevitable" that the Giants will take Saquon Barkley No. 2 overall. - Todd McShay, ESPN
McShay said that Sam Darnold will be considered, so don't count him out just yet. It definitely sounds like Barkley will be the pick, though as I said in my updated 2018 NFL Mock Draft that this could all be a ruse by the Giants to get the Browns to trade up to No. 2. -Walter


4/17: It would be a mistake to rule out a quarterback to the Giants. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY
Vacchiano writes that Saquon Barkley could be the pick, addressing the latest rumors, but he suggests that New York may still opt to select Sam Darnold or even Josh Rosen. -Walter


4/16: "I have a feeling that there is a strong, strong, strong sentiment within that building for Saquon Barkley, based upon my experience there, if you know what I mean." - Louis Riddick, ESPN
Riddick interviewed for the Giants' general manager job in the past, so he's undoubtedly familiar with some of the people in the front office. Riddick may not definitely know the Giants' plans, but he's not the first to come out and be confident of what the team plans to do at No. 2 overall. -Walter


4/15: It would be surprising if the Giants traded the No. 2 overall pick. - Peter King, MMQB
New York might be able to auction off the selection, but King argues that the Giants wouldn't deal the pick with two potential franchise players (Saquon Barkley, Bradley Chubb) available. King also pointed out that Giants general manager Dave Gettleman didn't trade any of his first-round picks when he was running things in Carolina. -Walter


4/15: It does not appear likely the Giants will select a quarterback at No. 2 overall. - Paul Schwartz, New York Post
This is piggybacking the Saquon Barkley hoodie story. According to Schwartz, the body of work that Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Josh Rosen and Baker Mayfield put together is not "commensurate" of what they're looking for from a franchise quarterback. The Giants also feel that Barkley is a "can't miss" prospect, so perhaps he'll be the No. 2 overall pick. Of course, the Giants could (and should) trade down, as there are several teams that desperately need a signal-caller. I have the Broncos moving up to No. 2 in my 10-trade mock draft. -Walter


4/15: Saquon Barkley was wearing a Giants hoodie to a barber shop. - , TMZ
This hoodie was gifted to Barkley during his visit to New York. This may mean something, but it might also mean nothing. The Giants probably gave out hoodies to every prospect who visited. -Walter


4/11: "Several people I’ve spoken with speculated that the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills likely have a blueprint in place for a trade that would allow the Bills to move up to the second spot in the draft." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
It's a very logical deal that could definitely take place, as we've had Buffalo trading up in recent mock drafts. However, the Giants love Sam Darnold and could stay put if the team isn't blown away by any trades. -Walter


4/8: An NFL talent evaluator says the Giants will pick Sam Darnold No. 2 overall if he's available. - Matt Lombardo, NJ.com
The Browns could take Darnold, but it seems as though they like Josh Allen more. That would leave the Giants with Darnold. New York could always auction off the pick, but the team loves Darnold more than any other quarterback in this class, and it may not be in position to obtain a future franchise quarterback. That said, I have the Giants and Bills trading picks, as you can see in the proposed trade via the link. -Walter


4/4: "I'm hearing a lot of buzz that a deal could happen between Buffalo and the Giants at No. 2." - Todd McShay, ESPN
This obviously isn't much of a surprise, given that we've had a potential NFL Draft Trade article about the Bills and Giants swapping picks for nearly a month now. This makes too much sense not to happen; Buffalo didn't move up to No. 12 for nothing, and there were earlier reports about the Giants ideally wanting to auction off the No. 2 overall pick. We actually have the Bills moving up to No. 2 to select Sam Darnold in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


4/2: An NFC general manager said that Giants general manager Dave Gettleman wants to hold an auction for the No. 2 pick and sell it to the highest bidder. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
The Giants have been linked to Sam Darnold and may take him if they don't get a great deal, but it wouldn't be difficult to imagine them trading down if they get a nice offer. Furthermore, this general manager speculated that a trade could occur with the Broncos. Alternatively, I have a projected Giants-Bills NFL Draft Trade posted here. -Walter


3/26: Three sources say the Browns are feigning love for Sam Darnold to bait the Giants to trade to No. 1 overall. - Dan Patrick, The Dan Patrick Show
If the Browns pull this off, and they manage to land Saquon Barkley and the quarterback of their choice - whether that's Josh Allen or Baker Mayfield - they'll have won the draft. -Walter


3/22: "Sam Darnold is the only quarterback the Giants would take unless David Gettleman disregards his scouts (which I guess is possible)." - Jordan Raanan, ESPN
Many mock drafts have the Giants taking a quarterback, but that apparently is not going to happen, unless the Browns pass on Darnold. It never made much sense for New York to target a quarterback after Pat Shurmur told the media that Eli Manning could play for a couple of seasons. I have the Giants trading down in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/5: "After listening to the Giants brass speak and talking to people around the league, the pendulum is swinging away from them taking a quarterback." - Jordan Raanan, ESPN
There's still time for the Giants to fall in love with one of the quarterbacks, but the consensus from the combine is that as an entire group, the quarterbacks were underwhelming. The Giants seem fine with Eli Manning playing for them for another year or two, so they can wait until 2019 or 2020 to take a quarterback. The top three projected picks in our 2020 NFL Mock Draft are all quarterbacks. -Walter


3/1: "If franchise-worthy, it sounds like it's a quarterback at No. 2 for Giants." - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY
"If he's the right guy, then you do it," said general manager Dave Gettleman. We'll see if the Giants like any of the quarterbacks beyond Sam Darnold, who is expected to go first overall. Head coach Pat Shurmur specifically said he wants an accurate quarterback, which would remove Josh Allen from consideration. So, if Darnold is off the board, that leaves Josh Rosen and Baker Mayfield. -Walter


2/28: The Giants are confident in Eli Manning and are open to trading the No. 2 overall pick. - Logan Mullen, NESN
This could be smoke, plus the Giants still have two months to fall in love with a quarterback, so nothing can be counted out just yet. -Walter


2/28: The Giants will meet with Saquon Barkley at the combine Thursday night. - , DraftTek.com
We're not going to list many of the team meetings on the rumors page, but this one is noteworthy because the Giants could easily select Barkley if the Browns don't at No. 1 overall. A full list of 2018 NFL Draft Prospect Meetings can be found here. -Walter


1/1: "NFC personnel guy convinced Browns will take Josh Allen at No. 1, leaving Dave Gettleman (with a Giants loss or Colts win Sunday) to pick Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, or Saquon Barkley." - Ian O'Connor, ESPN
If the Browns don't trade down or pick the ultra-raw Allen over Rosen or Darnold, it would be, well, very Brownsian of them. Still, it would earn an instant F in the draft grades. -Walter




3. New York Jets:
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4/26: "The Jets are making a late push for Josh Allen." - Matt Miller, Bleacher Report
This is the first time we're hearing the Jets being linked to Allen. -Walter


4/25: There's a late push for Josh Rosen in the Jets' war room. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Perhaps there is, and if so, having Rosen hang around Manhattan seems like a terrible idea. This could also be a ruse by the Jets to get someone to trade up to No. 2 overall. Either way, Pauline still believes Mayfield will be the Jets' choice. -Walter


4/24: The Jets would take Sam Darnold if he were available at No. 3 overall. - Todd McShay, ESPN
Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com said that a source told him that Baker Mayfield to the Jets is a "done deal," but McShay disagrees. It's a close call; the Jets knew Mayfield would be available when moving up to the third pick, and I'm sure they didn't anticipate the chance to draft Darnold, so would they take Darnold over the player they've been linked to this entire time? -Walter


4/23: The Jets are expected to pick between Josh Rosen and Baker Mayfield. - Rich Cimini, ESPN
I imagine Cimini assumes that Sam Darnold will be the first pick, otherwise he'd be in the conversation as well. Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com said that a source told him that Mayfield to the Jets is a "done deal." -Walter


4/19: One source says that Baker Mayfield to the Jets is a 'done deal." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Pauline isn't the only person to report this, but he was the first to confidently link Mayfield to the Jets several weeks ago, so it's nice to see that he's still adamant that the selection will happen. This is yet another reason the Browns should select Saquon Barkley first overall. If this is true, and the Jets covet Mayfield more than anyone else, one of Sam Darnold or Josh Allen will be guaranteed at No. 4 overall. -Walter


4/18: The Jets are targeting Sam Darnold and Baker Mayfield with the third-overall pick. - Rich Cimini, ESPN
We said as much on the podcast during last week's episode (Episode No. 130), so it's not surprising to see this report. The question is whether they'd take Darnold over their initial target, Mayfield, should Darnold fall out of the top two. -Walter


4/16: "The Jets' decision-makers have made multiple visits to Oklahoma this year, and they spoke at length with Baker Mayfield at the Senior Bowl and NFL Combine. Mayfield also has already been introduced to Jets ownership." - Eric Galko, Optimum Scouting
Galko wrote this in his mock draft, tweeting that this selection was "in pen." I mentioned on our podcast last week that we heard the Jets would be taking Mayfield, provided Sam Darnold wasn't available, but Mayfield could still be the pick even if Darnold is available. -Walter


4/11: "I'm putting my money on Baker Mayfield to the Jets for some reasons I can get into after the draft." - Robert Klemko, MMQB
Klemko isn't the first to link Mayfield to the Jets - Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com was - but it's interesting that Klemko is so confident that it'll happen. Again, it seems as though the Jets may pass on Josh Rosen because of his off-the-field concerns. Mayfield is slotted to the Jets in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


4/9: There's "a lot of love" within the Jets organization for Baker Mayfield. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Rapoport isn't the first to report this, as Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com published a story about the Jets selecting Mayfield third overall. Most mocks are projecting Josh Rosen to New York, but the Jets could be scared by his off-the-field concerns. -Walter


4/2: "There are a good number of league insiders who believe the New York Jets will use the third pick of the draft to select quarterback Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
The stipulation Pauline provides is that Sam Darnold is off the board. Mayfield will be available with the third pick, so taking him would mean that the controversial Josh Rosen would slip out of the top four picks (assuming the Browns don't trade No. 4.) Mayfield isn't the prototypical quarterback general manager Mike Maccagnan has gone after, so you have to wonder if he's turned off by Rosen's off-the-field concerns. -Walter


3/20: "My understanding is, and who knows what's going to happen over the next five weeks, but I think the Jets are operating under the assumption that Sam Darnold will be the No. 1 pick." - Manish Mehta, New York Daily News
This could mean a couple of things. First of all, perhaps the Jets know the Browns love Sam Darnold, which would mean that moving up to No. 3 overall was a safer move - though I still question it because the Giants could trade out of No. 2, as I've mentioned in the NFL Trade Grades page. Second, Mehta might also know that the Jets don't like Darnold very much, which might make sense. Charlie Campbell has mentioned that Josh Allen fits the prototype of quarterbacks general manager Mike Maccagnan has pursued, so perhaps the Jets will swap selections with the Giants to ensure themselves of Allen, much like the Bears did last year with Mitchell Trubisky.  -Walter


1/28: "After speaking with top evaluators with the Jets, my gut feeling is telling me that Wyoming's Josh Allen is their favorite among the quarterback prospects." - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
The problem for the Jets is that Allen may not be available, especially following his terrific performance in the second half of the Senior Bowl. New York may have to move up a couple of spots for a quarterback. -Walter






5. Denver Broncos:
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4/26: The Broncos are trying to trade up to No. 2. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
If Sam Darnold is not the top pick, I imagine Denver will be very eager to move up for him before the Jets can take him. However, Giants general manager Dave Gettleman has never traded down. He has to decide if he wants to risk losing Saquon Barkley. -Walter


4/26: The Broncos and Seahawks want to trade down. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Seattle is not a surprise. Denver could move down and grab Denzel Ward at Nos. 11 or 12. The Broncos may want to do that if Bradley Chubb is off the board. -Walter


4/25: The Broncos are "in love" with Denzel Ward. - Michael Lombardi, The Ringer
If Denver can't land Saquon Barkley or Bradley Chubb, it appears as though Ward will be the choice. -Walter


4/19: John Elway said that he's open to trading the No. 5 pick. -
Elway didn't specify if he wants to move up or down. He did say, however, that he's going to take the best player available if he stays put, which can't be too much of a surprise. If the Broncos want one of the top three quarterbacks, they'll probably have to trade with the Browns at No. 4 to make sure no one else moves into that spot. We have Denver taking Quenton Nelson in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


4/16: The Broncos are very unlikely to trade up. - Peter King, MMQB
That puts the kibosh on my projected Giants-Broncos NFL Draft Trade. In fact, King says the Broncos love the idea of perhaps trading down and selecting Denzel Ward to replace Aqib Talib. King mentioned that John Elway hasn't given up on Paxton Lynch yet, which is why he believes the Broncos are most likely to stay at No. 5 and select Quenton Nelson. -Walter


4/15: Oklahoma DE Ogbo Okoronkwo was seen wearing a Denver Broncos t-shirt while working out. - Billy Marshall, Cat Scratch Reader
This could mean absolutely nothing, or absolutely everything. Okoronkwo was born in Houston and played college football at Oklahoma, so there are no known ties to the Broncos. It's possible he could have gotten the gear on a trip to Denver. The Broncos want another edge rusher, so Okoronkwo could be a target of theirs on Day 2. -Walter


3/13: John Elway will be at the Oklahoma and UCLA pro days to look at Baker Mayfield and Josh Rosen. - Albert Breer, MMQB
The Broncos signed Case Keenum, but as with the Bears and Mike Glennon last year, Denver could use a top-five selection on a rookie quarterback. -Walter


2/26: "I was told at the Senior Bowl that the Broncos and John Elway prefer Josh Rosen." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Of course, this is moot if the Broncos sign Kirk Cousins. During the Mike Mayock teleconference, Mayock said he believes Denver will be the team that obtains Cousins. -Walter


1/12: The Broncos requested that Baker Mayfield be put on their roster for the Senior Bowl. - Andy Staples, Sports Illustrated
Denver clearly wants to have a closer look at Mayfield, which makes sense because the team could select him in the 2018 NFL Draft. Then again, this might be a smoke screen, since the Broncos have made this so public. -Walter


1/1: "Denver Broncos GM John Elway and top deputy Matt Russell are in Boise for Friday's Famous Idaho Potato Bowl tilt between Wyoming and Central Michigan." - Mike Klis, 9 News Denver
Elway was checking out Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen, who could be Denver's preferred quarterback. Allen has a ton of upside, but has some mental and mechanical flaws in his game. -Walter




6. Indianapolis Colts:
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4/26: There have been whispers about the Colts trading up for Bradley Chubb. - Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network
The Colts would have to swap picks with the Browns to get Chubb, as they'll have to leap Denver to get him. It may sound silly that the Colts would trade up after moving down, but remember that they got an unbelievable deal from the Jets that they could not turn down. They might be able to move up to No. 4 at a cheaper rate, as Cleveland might be desperate with no logical choices if Saquon Barkley is off the board. -Walter


4/26: "The name I hear over and over and over again for the Colts is Roquan Smith." - Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network
Jeremiah said he'd be surprised if the Colts remained at No. 6 and didn't take Smith. The Georgia product could definitely be the pick if Bradley Chubb is off the board. -Walter


4/16: The Colts are looking to trade down again. - Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network
This shouldn't be too much of a surprise, given how poor their roster is. If Bradley Chubb and Quenton Nelson are both off the board at No. 6, Indianapolis absolutely must trade down, as there won't be any players of value remaining. -Walter


4/16: The Colts like Ronald Jones. - Eric Galko, Optimum Scouting
Galko has the Colts moving up into the end of the opening round to select Jones. This could happen, as owner Jim Irsay said he wants to take a running back early in the draft. -Walter


4/10: The Colts love Roquan Smith. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Pauline adds that the Colts would really like to trade down for Smith. It would be too early to take him at No. 6 overall, but Indianapolis could swap selections with the Bills, Cardinals or Dolphins. -Walter


1/31: The Redskins and Colts have given Southern Miss WR Korey Robertson a second-day draft grade. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Both teams have a need for a receiver, so perhaps one of them will take the 6-1 receiver in the third round. -Walter


1/28: Saquon Barkley is in play for the Colts' No. 3 overall pick. - Mike Wells, ESPN
It's more of a question as to whether Barkley will be available rather than if he'll be the pick if he is. Barkley could go first or second overall, and No. 3 seems like his floor. Wells says that Bradley Chubb would be the pick if Barkley weren't available. -Walter


1/25: The Colts would be willing to trade out of the No. 3 overall pick. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Indianapolis, per Pauline, want three new linebackers and several upgrades at cornerback. The third-overall pick is too early to take a player at those positions. Perhaps moving down five slots would allow them to select Roquan Smith, Joshua Jackson or Denzel Ward. -Walter


1/1: Jim Irsay told the media that he'd like to spend an early pick on a running back. -
Irsay recalled how Edgerrin James helped Peyton Manning. The obvious choice here is Saquon Barkley, who is a very real option at No. 3 overall - if he's even available. -Walter




7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
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4/23: "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Redskins like Nick Chubb and Rashaad Penny." - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
Charlie notes that the preferred targets would be Derrius Guice and Sony Michel, and that these are alternatives if both are off the board. Charlie also added that Ronald Jones is in the mix for Washington.  -Walter


4/23: "Based off what I'm hearing, I wouldn't be surprised if Tampa Bay moves up to get Derrius Guice." - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
The Buccaneers definitely can't count on Guice falling to them at No. 38, as all but two teams in the Nos. 28-37 range could all take running backs. -Walter


4/6: "Buccaneers GM Jason Licht is slobbering over UTEP left guard Will Hernandez." - , JoeBucsFan.com
Hernandez is an interesting name for the Buccaneers in Round 2, but they may have to trade up for him. Hernandez is currently slotted 30th in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/20: "Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht appeared to pay especially close attention to  Derwin James [at his pro day], positioning himself nearby where James tested in the three-cone and short shuttle drills, events the Florida State defender skipped at the Combine last month." - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
Charlie Campbell reported that teams in the top 10 rate James over Minkah Fitzpatrick, so James makes a lot of sense for Tampa at No. 7 overall. In fact, I have the Buccaneers taking James in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/20: The Buccaneers have interest in Josh Sweat. - , Pewter Report
Tampa had the worst sack total in 2017, so even though Vinny Curry was added, the Buccaneers could spend a second-day pick on an edge rusher. -Walter


1/28: Sources with the Buccaneers believe that Quenton Nelson could become the best guard in the NFL in the near future. - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
Tampa Bay also loves Bradley Chubb and Saquon Barkley, but both will likely be gone by No. 7 overall. Nelson could be available, and he would make sense as the pick. The Buccaneers need to win in 2018, and to do so, they'll have to prepare Jameis Winston. -Walter




8. Chicago Bears:
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4/26: One NFL executive insisted the Bears are set to take Denzel Ward. - Bob McGinn, BobMcGinnFootball.com
This is just one person's opinion, so don't take it as fact, or anything. Still, the Bears have been linked to Ward before, so he could end up being Chicago's choice. -Walter


4/11: The Bears are very high on Colorado CB Isaiah Oliver. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Pauline explains that the team is picking the brain of former Colorado defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt, who is a close friend of Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. Leavitt is giving Oliver "rave reviews," as Pauline put it. Oliver could be a target in a trade down, or in the second round at No. 39 overall. -Walter


4/11: The Bears will be in prime position to move down, but the asking price will be high if Quenton Nelson or Denzel Ward is available. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Pauline points out that the Bears are very high on both Nelson and Ward, so it would take more assets for Chicago to move down if both were available. Nelson won't get past Tampa, but Ward should be on the board. -Walter




9. San Francisco 49ers:
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4/24: "For weeks, I've had San Francisco taking Alabama safety Minkah Fitzpatrick in my mock draft. Sources say that the 49ers have loved Fitzpatrick for months and remains a finalist for the pick. However, the meltdown of 2017 first-round pick Reuben Foster has the 49ers inclined to take Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith, according to sources." - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
It's a shame that the whole Foster situation has caused the 49ers to completely alter their draft plans. Unless they receive some 11th-hour news about Foster, it seems as though Smith will be a 49er come Thursday. -Walter


4/24: Tremaine Edmunds is the player the 49ers covet. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
We're hearing differently, but Edmunds makes sense for San Francisco, as he would fill a need that has been created in the wake of Reuben Foster's legal problems. -Walter


4/22: "I've heard the 49ers love Minkah Fitzpatrick." - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
Charlie has Fitzpatrick slotted to the 49ers in the first round of his updated mock. Many mocks have Fitzpatrick falling to the teens, but it sounds like San Francisco may just take him at No. 9. -Walter


4/19: "One of the strongest player/team connections I’ve heard over the past two weeks has linked Virginia Tech LB Tremaine Edmunds to the 49ers." - Albert Breer, Sports Illustrated
Breer then joked that it means it probably won't happen. Edmunds makes a ton of sense for the 49ers, but you could also say that for the Colts and Bears. There's a good chance Edmunds won't be available at No. 9, but if he is, he'd be a great replacement for the troubled Reuben Foster. -Walter


4/13: The 49ers are doing a lot of work on Arden Key. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Key has some major off-the-field issues, so he's expected to fall to Round 2. The 49ers, of course, are dealing with the Reuben Foster fiasco, so I'm sure they'll be cautious with Key. -Walter


3/6: "Hearing that Courtland Sutton made some major noise within the 49ers organization during the combine. Don't be surprised if Sutton is pick at No. 9 or in trade down. The 49ers like Harold Landry, too." - Vincent Frank, FOX Sports
I actually moved Sutton up to No. 16 in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft update today, so it's not a surprise to hear that the 49ers like him after his very impressive combine. -Walter


2/18: The 49ers are high on Oklahoma State wide receiver Marcell Ateman. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Ateman (6-4, 216) could be a great end-zone target for Jimmy Garoppolo, and he likely would be available at the end of the second round. Ateman is currently 11th in our 2018 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Prospect Rankings, but could rise with an expected strong showing at the combine. -Walter




10. Oakland Raiders:
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4/21: "If the Raiders do in fact trade down from the 10th overall pick - with someone like New England or Arizona or whoever coming up for a quarterback - look out for UCLA tackle Kolton Miller to be a top target for them." - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Miller would be a fine trade-down target for the Raiders, as there are injury concerns with left tackle Donald Penn. If the Raiders stay put, Mike McGlinchey could be an option, though we have them taking Denzel Ward in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


4/18: Roquan Smith is "the guy" the Raiders want. - Todd McShay, ESPN
McShay even suggested that the Raiders would trade up for Smith. Taking Smith would be a logical selection, as he would fill a huge need, but Denzel Ward can't be counted out if available either. For the record, McShay nailed the Raiders 2016 pick (Karl Joseph) and got the position right last year, mocking Marlon Humphrey to them. Humphrey was not available for their pick, so Oakland selected cornerback Gareon Conley. -Walter


1/25: The Raiders love Marcus Davenport and are considering using their first-round pick on him. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Davenport's stock has been soaring, as Daniel Jeremiah slotted him seventh in his mock. I currently have Davenport going to the Packers at No. 14 overall in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft, but it sounds like he won't be there. Having Davenport across from Khalil Mack would be devastating for opposing AFC West quarterbacks. -Walter




11. Miami Dolphins:
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4/27: Joshua Jackson, Braden Smith, Will Hernandez and James Daniels are second-round options for the Dolphins. - Armando Salguero, Miami Herald
Jackson is one of the best players available, and he'd be a great steal in the 40s. The other three are logical fits, as the Dolphins must improve their offensive line. -Walter


4/24: "The only way the Dolphins move up as of today is if either Roquan Smith or Tremaine Edmunds drop to within a couple of picks." - Armando Salguero, Miami Herald
Everyone and their evil stepsister has the Dolphins trading up for a quarterback, but Salguero has constantly said that this will not happen. The Dolphins apparently will only make the move to obtain a stud linebacker. -Walter


4/23: "The most likely quarteback of the "top 4" to drop to No. 11, based on what I'm hearing: Josh Rosen UCLA. Injury history is the concern." - Armando Salguero, Miami Herald
Salguero previously said the Dolphins are unlikely to trade up for a quarterback, but it sounds like they'll take one if a signal-caller falls into their lap. Thus, anyone interested in Rosen - Patriots, Cardinals, Chargers, etc. - need to move ahead of the 11th spot for the UCLA product. -Walter


4/21: "Jaire Alexander is a LEGIT possibility at 11. He was a late private visit to Miami. He's a top 15 player in this draft." - Simon Clancy, Gridiron
The Dolphins would love it if Tremaine Edmunds or Roquan Smith fell to them, but there's a chance both could be off the board. Alexander sounds like a legitimate alternative. -Walter


4/19: Roquan Smith is Miami's top target. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
The problem is that Smith might be off the board. The Colts, Bears, 49ers and Raiders could all take the Georgia product, and Todd McShay reported yesterday that Oakland covets Smith. -Walter


4/15: "Tyrell Crosby said they showed significant interest at the senior bowl to the point where they talked about drafting him at 42." - Simon Clancy, Gridiron
Keep in mind that a player is saying this, so take it with a grain of salt. Still, it's noteworthy that the Dolphins showed so much interest in him. -Walter


4/9: "The Dolphins would like to trade up for a quarterback and as I reported before the combine, that quarterback seems to be Josh Rosen." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
This is interesting, as the Dolphins have been previously linked to Baker Mayfield. However, the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero doesn't believe Miami will trade up for a quarterback, suggesting instead the team will use a later pick on Washington State's Luke Falk, whom the Dolphins have investigated thoroughly. -Walter


4/6: "The Miami Dolphins have shown keen interest in Roquan Smith." - Adam Beasley, Miami Herald
Smith had a medical red flag coming out of the combine, but Tony Pauline reported recently that Smith was cleared. Thus, Smith is a very realistic option for the Dolphins at No. 11 overall, as he would fill a huge need for a team that couldn't cover tight ends or pass-catching running backs last year. -Walter


4/6: "One of the players Miami has shown the most interest in throughout this draft process is Georgia's Sony Michel." - Simon Clancy, Gridiron
The Dolphins have spent lots of time working out Nick Chubb as well. Either way, it sounds as though Miami will select a running back on Day 2. -Walter


4/2: "The Dolphins are continuing their search to upgrade the running back corps despite the Frank Gore addition." - Armando Salguero, Miami Herald
Miami apparently wasn't overly impressed with Kenyan Drake's solid finish to his 2017 season. Salguero points out that the Dolphins' brass was at the Georgia pro day "en masse" to observe Nick Chubb and Sony Michel. Miami was also looking at Roquan Smith as a potential choice at No. 11 overall. -Walter


3/6: The Dolphins really like Hayden Hurst. - Barry Jackson, Miami Herald
Miami has a big need at tight end and could take one in the second round. The Dolphins will be able to choose between Hurst, Mike Gesicki, Mark Andrews and several other tight ends. -Walter


3/5: The Dolphins are "looking hard" at quarterbacks and will dine with Baker Mayfield at his pro day. - Peter King, MMQB
This isn't the first rumor linking Miami to a quarterback. The Dolphins may have to trade into the top 10 for Mayfield or the quarterback of their choice. Either way, it sounds like the Dolphins want to move on from Ryan Tannehill. -Walter


3/3: The Dolphins like Derrius Guice a lot. - Armando Salguero, Miami Herald
Miami will have tons of other needs, so taking Guice could be problematic. However, he would be a solid choice for any team in the early stages of the second round. -Walter


2/28: Speculation is that Josh Rosen is Miami's "signal-caller of choice." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
There's been talk recently that the Dolphins want to move up for a quarterback, specifically Baker Mayfield. Pauline mentions Rosen as a possibility. Either way, it's reasonable to expect that Jarvis Landry would be part of the deal. -Walter


2/27: "The Dolphins like Baker Mayfield's skill set and privately have spoken highly about how he came across in their interview with him at the Senior Bowl." - Barry Jackson, Miami Herald
Jackson writes that the Dolphins remain committed to Ryan Tannehill, but there are some in the front office who want to take a quarterback at No. 11. That said, there's a chance Mayfield may not even be available at that selection. -Walter




12. Buffalo Bills:
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4/23: The Bills are unlikely to trade up to No. 2, but will likely move up to Nos. 5 or 6 for a quarterback. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
It's unclear if this is because the Giants are completely unwilling to budge, or if the Bills are confident that they can land the quarterback of their choice at one of those spots. -Walter


4/17: There is LeSean McCoy trade speculation. -
All of this stemmed from McCoy's tweet at 2:30 p.m. Eastern, which was: "wow." This could mean anything, but there's a history of cryptic tweets from NFL players resulting in trades, most recently with Richard Sherman being released. Major reporters haven't said anything yet, but if you do a "LeSean McCoy" search on Twitter, you can see that people are speculating that he and some picks will be traded to the Giants for the No. 2 overall selection. If anything happens, we'll have analysis in our NFL Trade Grades page. -Walter


4/11: "Several people I’ve spoken with speculated that the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills likely have a blueprint in place for a trade that would allow the Bills to move up to the second spot in the draft." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
It's a very logical deal that could definitely take place, as we've had Buffalo trading up in recent mock drafts. However, the Giants love Sam Darnold and could stay put if the team isn't blown away by any trades. -Walter


4/4: "I'm hearing a lot of buzz that a deal could happen between Buffalo and the Giants at No. 2." - Todd McShay, ESPN
This obviously isn't much of a surprise, given that we've had a potential NFL Draft Trade article about the Bills and Giants swapping picks for nearly a month now. This makes too much sense not to happen; Buffalo didn't move up to No. 12 for nothing, and there were earlier reports about the Giants ideally wanting to auction off the No. 2 overall pick. We actually have the Bills moving up to No. 2 to select Sam Darnold in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


4/2: An NFL general manager said that the Bills are "trying like hell" to move up for a quarterback. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Buffalo has the Nos. 12 and 22 picks to trade up into the top five. In fact, it's possible that the Bills could move up to the second-overall selection, which is what I have happening in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. Alternatively, Buffalo could move up to No. 5 or 6, and then do another trade up again to No. 2. Either way, it'll be an upset if the Bills don't land one of Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen or Baker Mayfield. -Walter


3/19: The Bills have not contacted the Browns about a trade. - Sal Capaccio, WGR550
You gotta love the NFL Draft season! Dan Patrick reported this morning that the Bills contacted the Browns about trading up to No. 1 overall, but Bills sources told Capaccio that they haven't. This could be true, as the Browns could have spread fake news to increase interest for the top pick, but it could also be the Bills leaking false information so that they can maintain their leverage in a possible trade. In summary, it would be shocking if the Bills didn't trade up, given their huge need for a quarterback and the fact that they have so many resources at their disposal. I have them trading up with the Giants in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/19: The Bills have called the Browns about trading up to the No. 1 overall pick. - Dan Patrick, The Dan Patrick Show
It's unclear what the Browns want, or what the Bills are willing to surrender. Per the trade-value chart, all of Buffalo's first- and second-round picks would be enough to match the value of No. 1 overall. This development isn't surprising in the slightest. Buffalo already moved up to No. 12, and with five picks in the top 65, the team is poised to trade up. I have the Bills going up to No. 2 overall in this potential 2018 NFL Draft Trade. -Walter


3/14: The Bills have deliberately made it known about their interest in Josh Allen. - Benjamin Albright, 104.7 FM Denver
Buffalo is going to make another trade into the top three. Here's the potential 2018 NFL Draft trade between the Giants and Bills. -Walter


3/3: Western Kentucky quarterback Mike White said that the Bills were "one of his better meetings." - Matthew Fairburn, Syracuse.com
The Bills won't be able to land the quarterback they want at 21 or 22, so perhaps they'll use one of their second-day selections on White. -Walter


2/17: The Bills have been calling around to pursue trade partners into the top 10. - Benjamin Albright, 104.7 FM Denver
The 21st and 22nd picks are worth 1,580 combined points, according to the NFL Draft Trade Value Chart, which would fall between the sixth (1,600) and seventh (1,500) picks. Buffalo could throw in Cordy Glenn as well to sweeten the deal, making it possible to move all the way up to No. 3. They'd land one of Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen and Josh Allen with that choice. -Walter




13. Washington Redskins:
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4/23: "The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington Redskins like Nick Chubb and Rashaad Penny." - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
Charlie notes that the preferred targets would be Derrius Guice and Sony Michel, and that these are alternatives if both are off the board. Charlie also added that Ronald Jones is in the mix for Washington.  -Walter


2/26: "Redskins’ president Bruce Allen is a Richmond guy. Said to be very familiar with Kyle Lauletta." - Charles Robinson, Yahoo!
It makes sense for the Redskins to use a second-day pick on a quarterback to develop behind Alex Smith, who turns 34 in May. -Walter


1/31: The Redskins and Colts have given Southern Miss WR Korey Robertson a second-day draft grade. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Both teams have a need for a receiver, so perhaps one of them will take the 6-1 receiver in the third round. -Walter


1/28: The Redskins love Minkah Fitzpatrick, but don't expect him to get to their pick. They also love the idea of reuniting Da'Ron Payne with Jonathan Allen. - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
Washington also didn't think Jonathan Allen would fall to them, but he did because of injury concerns. Fitzpatrick is more of a long shot to drop, but Payne would make sense and would fill a huge need. -Walter


1/1: The following scouts were at the Wyoming vs. Iowa game to see Josh Allen, Joshua Jackson and others: Titans, Ravens, Chargers, Steelers, Cardinals, Falcons, Redskins. - Michele Steele, ESPN
The Cardinals and Redskins (if Kirk Cousins leaves) are the most logical spots for Allen among those teams, but the Ravens, Chargers and Steelers could all take Allen as their quarterback of their future. -Walter






14. Green Bay Packers:
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4/25: The Packers would consider trading up for Denzel Ward or Derwin James. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Green Bay might have to move up to No. 6 for James, so that could be too rich for them. Ward, on the other hand, could be available in the 8-12 range if the Colts pass on him at No. 6, so the Packers could move up a bit for the top cornerback in the class. -Walter


4/19: "People familiar with the situation" believe the Packers will select either Minkah Fitzpatrick or Joshua Jackson at No. 14. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
It makes sense, as the Packers' secondary is in shambles. They almost have to grab the best defensive back available, though an edge rusher can't be counted out. Pauline goes on to say that the Packers truly covet Denzel Ward, but he's unlikely to be available. -Walter


3/4: The Packers like Leighton Vander Esch, and he won't last beyond the Steelers. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Pauline is also reporting that Vander Esch has been interviewing extremely well in Indianapolis. His stock is definitely pointing up. -Walter


2/9: The Seahawks and Packers are showing heavy interest in Wake Forest safety Jesse Bates. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Bates is a second-day prospect, so either team could take him in the second or third round. -Walter




15. Arizona Cardinals:
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4/23: The Cardinals love Baker Mayfield. - Peter King, MMQB
King suggests that the Cardinals will trade up for Mayfield if he gets past the Jets at No. 3 overall. -Walter


4/23: The Cardinals won't trade into the top five for a quarterback, but will in the 6-10 range. They believe Josh Rosen is the quarterback to fall. - Mike Jurecki, Arizona 98.7
The media is linking the Cardinals to Lamar Jackson, but Jurecki believes that it's more likely Arizona will move up for Rosen. -Walter


4/17: The Cardinals are high on Christian Kirk. - Mike Jurecki, Arizona 98.7
Jurecki, the top Cardinals' reporter, suggests that the Cardinals wouldn't take Kirk at 15, but would definitely consider him in the second round. -Walter


4/9: "Talking to a few people in the know it wouldn’t be a surprise of the Cardinals do try to move up even though it’s going to cost of a steep price." - Mike Jurecki, Arizona 98.7
The Cardinals paid a ton of money for Sam Bradford for some reason, but they would be crazy to go into the 2018 season with him as their sole viable starter. If one of the top four quarterbacks slips out of the top five, it would make a lot of sense for Arizona to move up. -Walter


4/6: The Cardinals won't select Mason Rudolph at No. 15; they don't have as much interest in him as the fan base. - Mike Jurecki, Arizona 98.7
Some Arizona fans want their team to go after Rudolph at No. 15, but Jurecki, one of the top team beat reporters for the entire NFL, says the Cardinals won't select him. Jurecki has previously said the Cardinals will take the best player on their board if they stay put at No. 15, but a trade down is a possibility. -Walter


3/13: Arizona is interested in Josh Allen and will consider moving up for him. - Benjamin Albright, 104.7 FM Denver
Albright notes that lots of teams want to move up for Allen, and the Cardinals are just one of them. I have Allen going to the Browns at No. 4 overall in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/11: The Cardinals like Mason Rudolph. - Mike Jurecki, Arizona 98.7
Jurecki covers the Cardinals better than anyone, so this is significant news. Here's Jurecki's whole tweet: "They like him, great size, smart, throws a really good deep. Projected 2nd round pick, after Combine and interviews will slide into the first round." -Walter


1/1: The following scouts were at the Wyoming vs. Iowa game to see Josh Allen, Joshua Jackson and others: Titans, Ravens, Chargers, Steelers, Cardinals, Falcons, Redskins. - Michele Steele, ESPN
The Cardinals and Redskins (if Kirk Cousins leaves) are the most logical spots for Allen among those teams, but the Ravens, Chargers and Steelers could all take Allen as their quarterback of their future. -Walter




16. Baltimore Ravens:
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4/26: The Ravens will focus on Kolton Miller if Mike McGlinchey isn't available. - Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
It'll be a surprise if McGlinchey is available, so it sounds like Baltimore will consider finding its next right tackle. -Walter


4/24: Da'Ron Payne is in the conversation for Baltimore's pick. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Ravens fans yelled at me when I mocked Payne to their team a couple of months ago, but the pick makes sense because Brandon Williams is owed a ton of money in the near future. -Walter


4/10: "Keep an eye on Ravens and Penn State WR DaeSean Hamilton. Could be a Day 2 option for them. They've shown a lot of interest." - Eric Edholm, Pro Football Weekly
Even if the Ravens use a first-round pick on Calvin Ridley or another receiver, they could still spend another selection on a wideout. Hamilton makes a lot of sense in the third frame. -Walter


2/27: "One league source told me Orlando Brown is the type of blocker Baltimore likes as a big-bodied player with length." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
The pick makes sense for the Ravens, and I'm glad to hear Tony's report, as I have Brown slotted to Baltimore in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


1/1: The following scouts were at the Wyoming vs. Iowa game to see Josh Allen, Joshua Jackson and others: Titans, Ravens, Chargers, Steelers, Cardinals, Falcons, Redskins. - Michele Steele, ESPN
The Cardinals and Redskins (if Kirk Cousins leaves) are the most logical spots for Allen among those teams, but the Ravens, Chargers and Steelers could all take Allen as their quarterback of their future. -Walter






17. Los Angeles Chargers:
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4/27: The Chargers may trade up for Mason Rudolph. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
We have the Chargers selecting Rudolph in our 2018 NFL Mock Draft, but a trade up would make sense, given that he's considered to be the top quarterback on the board. -Walter


4/24: The Chargers are "internally high" on Rashaan Evans. - Thor Nystrom, Rotoworld
Several teams in the 20s might love to take Evans, so they'll be disappointed if he's chosen at 17. Evans would fill a big need in the Chargers' sub-par linebacking corps. -Walter


4/23: "Per sources with Los Angeles, the Chargers are envisioning a defense-heavy draft. The preferences are for a safety or a defensive tackle." - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
Both positions make sense, as the Chargers must beef up the middle of their defense. Vita Vea, Da'Ron Payne and Leighton Vander Esch (provided he checks out medically for them) all are logical picks at No. 17. -Walter


4/17: The Chargers are looking for a quarterback in the second round. - Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network
It makes sense to find Philip Rivers' successor, but Jeremiah doesn't believe it'll happen in the first round. Jeremiah pointed out Kyle Lauletta, Mason Rudolph and Luke Falk as possibilities for the Chargers in Round 2. -Walter


3/21: "Verbatim with 100-percent certainty the Chargers are targeting Uchenna Nwosu with the 48th pick in Round 2. Says he fits the scheme. They are looking for help at linebacker. Anthony Lynn and Gus Bradley among large contingent on site." - , RosterWatch.com
The Chargers found a center in Mike Pouncey, so they can focus on their defense, which needs help at both nose tackle and linebacker. Both positions could be addressed early in the 2018 NFL Draft. -Walter


1/28: The Chargers are going to focus on defense in the 2018 NFL Draft, particularly on defensive tackle and safety. - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
The Chargers should also upgrade their offensive line, but it would make sense that they'd focus on their stop unit. Perhaps one of Vita Vea or Da'Ron Payne will fall to them. -Walter


1/1: The following scouts were at the Wyoming vs. Iowa game to see Josh Allen, Joshua Jackson and others: Titans, Ravens, Chargers, Steelers, Cardinals, Falcons, Redskins. - Michele Steele, ESPN
The Cardinals and Redskins (if Kirk Cousins leaves) are the most logical spots for Allen among those teams, but the Ravens, Chargers and Steelers could all take Allen as their quarterback of their future. -Walter





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