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Tennessee Titans: Tyler Varga, RB, Yale
The Titans need some depth at running back, and perhaps someone to challenge Bishop Sankey, who wasn't impressive in his rookie campaign.
New England Patriots: Matt Jones, RB, Florida
The Patriots really don't have much at running back after losing Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen, so I could see them double dipping at the position.
Oakland Raiders: Kaleb Eulls, DT, Mississippi State
Speaking of double dipping, the Raiders have to improve their poor depth at defensive tackle.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Shaquille Mason, G/C, Georgia Tech
The Jaguars signed Stefen Wisniewski recently, but they could still use some help on the interior of their offensive line.
Seattle Seahawks: Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware
The Seahawks traded for Jimmy Graham, but they also lost Zach Miller this offseason, so perhaps they'll add depth at tight end.
Washington Redskins: Ellis McCarthy, NT, UCLA
The Redskins signed Terrance Knighton recently, but that was just a 1-year pact. Here's some insurance in case he doesn't pan out.
Chicago Bears: Andy Gallik, C, Boston College
Roberto Garza is gone, so the Bears will consider spending a draft pick on a possible replacement at center.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jamison Crowder, WR/KR, Duke
Vincent Jackson is coming back for the 2015 season, but he may not be on the Buccaneers much longer beyond that.
Atlanta Falcons: Bobby McCain, CB, Memphis
Teams never mind adding cornerback depth in the NFL Draft. The Falcons haven't addressed the position yet in this mock.
New York Giants: Gabe Wright, DT, Auburn
I wanted to slot Gabe Wright much earlier than this. The Giants are getting a steal this late at a position they need to upgrade.
New Orleans Saints: Clayton Geathers, S, Central Florida
The Saints need to think about adding some insurance at safety, just in case Jairus Byrd and Kenny Vaccaro never play up to potential.
Buffalo Bills: Wes Saxton, TE, South Alabama
The Bills signed Charles Clay this offseason, but given that he's not a true tight end, Clay won't preclude the team from spending another pick on the position.
Cleveland Browns: Mycole Pruitt, TE, Southern Illinois
Despite signing Rob Housler, the Browns may look to add a tight end in the second half of the 2015 NFL Draft. There's no guarantee Housler will be productive.
San Francisco 49ers: Terrance Magee, RB, LSU
Frank Gore is gone, so the 49ers have to bolster their depth behind Carlos Hyde.
Miami Dolphins: Tray Walker, CB, Texas Southern
I had the Dolphins addressing the cornerback position earlier, but they could use multiple picks on the position, given the need they have there.
San Diego Chargers: Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon
Charlie Campbell recently reported that some teams have Ifo Ekpre-Olomu listed as a UDFA player because of his knee injury. Perhaps someone will take him in Round 6 or 7. The Chargers need corner depth.
Kansas City Chiefs: Joey Mbu, NT, Houston
Dontari Poe's contract expires in a couple of years. He'll be very expensive to keep, so the Chiefs should add a nose tackle as insurance.
Buffalo Bills: Chris Dunkley, CB, South Florida
I had the Bills selecting a cornerback earlier. Here's another one for depth purposes.
Houston Texans: Deshazor Everett, CB, Texas A&M
The Texans could use some depth at corner, as they were in trouble last year when some of their starters went down.
Philadelphia Eagles: Jordan Richards, S, Stanford
The Eagles will have to spend multiple picks on defensive backs, including perhaps two on the safety position. The team desperately needs to upgrade its secondary.
Cincinnati Bengals: Louis Trinca-Pasat, DT, Iowa
I have the Bengals picking a defensive tackle in the second round, but it wouldn't be a surprise if they doubled up on the position; they definitely have to upgrade that area.
Arizona Cardinals: Max Garcia, C, Florida
The Cardinals parted ways with Lyle Sendlein this offseason, so they'll need to do something about the center position.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Nick Marshall, CB, Auburn
No one should be surprised if the Steelers spend multiple draft picks on the cornerback position, given their glaring need there.
Detroit Lions: Jamarcus Nelson, CB, UAB
The Lions have brought in a bunch of receiving prospects during the pre-draft process, so perhaps they're looking for depth at the position.
Carolina Panthers: Derron Smith, S, Fresno State
Carolina's secondary played much better down the stretch, which was a major reason why the team improved so much. However, an upgrade is still needed at one of the safety spots.
Cleveland Browns: Zach Wagenmann, DE/OLB, Montana
Here's more pass-rushing depth for the Browns, who need to get as many players as possible to rattle Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco and Andy Dalton.
Denver Broncos: Gerod Holliman, S, Louisville
The Broncos could stand to add some secondary depth on Day 3 this upcoming weekend.
Baltimore Ravens: Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina
The Ravens lost Tyrod Taylor this offseason, so they could add competition for the No. 2 quarterback position.
Indianapolis Colts: Arie Kouandjio, G, Alabama
Here's another upgrade for Indianapolis' offensive. As mentioned earlier, the team's greatest weakness right now is the blocking in front of Andrew Luck.
Pick change; previously Xzavier Dixon, DE/OLB
Green Bay Packers: Rannell Hall, WR, Central Florida
The Packers don't need a receiver, but perhaps they'll see some value in the speedy Rannell Hall.
Indianapolis Colts: Lorenzo Doss, CB, Tulane
Here's a player who can help Indianapolis vanquish Tom Brady. Secondary depth is definitely a need.
Tennessee Titans: Hayes Pullard, ILB, USC
Inside linebacker is yet another position the Titans will have to address at some point in the 2015 NFL Draft, as they continue to transition into the 3-4.
Seattle Seahawks: Kyle Emanuel, DE/OLB, North Dakota State
The Seahawks were able to re-sign Cliff Avril to a 4-year deal back in December, but they could still add an edge rusher for the future.
Green Bay Packers: Jarvis Harrison, G, Texas A&M
The Packers have two outstanding starting guards, but they lack depth at the position.
Houston Texans: B.J. Finney, C, Kansas State
Ben Jones is set to take over at center for Chris Myers, but he's entering the final year of his rookie deal. Depth is needed regardless.
Pick change; previously Greg Mancz, C
Pittsburgh Steelers: Quinton Spain, G/OT, West Virginia
The Steelers don't have the best depth on the interior of their offensive line, so that's something they may want to fix.
Green Bay Packers: Shaquille Riddick, DE/OLB, West Virginia
The Packers are another team that is doubling up on pass-rushers. They need personnel to help them deal with mobile quarterbacks like Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick.
Seattle Seahawks: Connor Halliday, QB, Washington State
Tarvaris Jackson's contract has expired, so the Seahawks will look for a new No. 2 quarterback.
St. Louis Rams: Darius Philon, DT, Arkansas
Nick Fairley was signed on this offseason, but he was added for just one year. Here's long-term depth inside.
Pick change; previously Deontay Greenberry, WR
Houston Texans: Bryan Bennett, QB, Southeastern Louisiana
Quarterback is the obvious weak spot for the Texans, so they should try out a late-round prospect to perhaps challenge for a starting job down the road.
Kansas City Chiefs: Casey Pierce, TE, Kent State
The Chiefs lost Anthony Fasano this offseason. He wasn't nearly the same player he once was, but he still happened to be a reliable veteran behind Travis Kelce.