Kansas City Chiefs: Keaton Sutherland, G, Texas A&M
The Chiefs need to work on improving their offensive line after seeing Patrick Mahomes pressured heavily in the AFC Championship.
New York Jets: Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia
The Jets solved their running back woes by signing Le'Veon Bell, but they could add a solid backup.
Oakland Raiders: Charles Omenihu, DE/DT, Texas
Here's more defensive line help for the Raiders, who need as much help in that area as possible.
Charles Omenihu didn't perform up to his ability at Texas, but he has loads of potential.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Gary Johnson, LB, Texas
Here's some needed depth at linebacker for the Steelers, who have shown interest in Gary Johnson.
Houston Texans: Jacob Dolegala, QB, Central Connecticut
The Texans added A.J. McCarron this offseason, but they could use a late-round pick on a quarterback for developmental purposes.
Cleveland Browns: Devine Ozigbo, RB, Nebraska
If the Browns plan on trading Duke Johnson, they may use a late-round pick on a running back for depth.
Chicago Bears: Byron Cowart, DE/DT, Maryland
The Bears worked out Byron Cowart, who can help them become deeper on the defensive front.
Cincinnati Bengals: Wyatt Miller, OT, Central Florida
It would be surprising if the Bengals didn't add multiple offensive linemen in the 2019 NFL Draft, given their blocking woes.
Detroit Lions: Khari Willis, S, Michigan
The Lions aren't very deep in the secondary, so perhaps they'll have interest in a local product wh can help in that regard.
Buffalo Bills: Carl Granderson, DE, Wyoming
Here's another edge rusher for the Bills, who have been really concentrating on the position this offseason.
Green Bay Packers: Alex Barnes, RB, Kansas State
The Packers have two talented running backs in Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams, but could stand to add someone to play behind them.
Washington Redskins: Malik Gant, S, Marshall
The Redskins will hope that this pick will help them on special teams, which is a decent possibility.
Buffalo Bills: Javon Patterson, G, Ole Miss
The offensive line is another area in which the Bills could stand to double up. Josh Allen's blocking must improve.
Detroit Lions: Trace McSorley, QB, Penn State
The Lions should begin looking into grooming a potential successor for Matthew Stafford.
Atlanta Falcons: Parker Baldwin, S, San Diego State
The Falcons have yet to address the secondary, which is something they can do a few rounds earlier.
New Orleans Saints: Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan
The Saints signed Jared Cook, but perhaps they'll have interest in a young tight end to take over in a couple of years.
New York Giants: P.J. Johnson, NT, Arizona
Here's a run-stuffing nose tackle for the middle of James Bettcher's defensive line.
Miami Dolphins: Koda Martin, G, Syracuse
The Dolphins have the worst offensive line in the NFL, so they'll have to spend tons of draft choices on blockers.
Miami Dolphins: Alex Bars, G/OT, Notre Dame
As I was saying, Miami needs as much offensive line help as possible.
Oakland Raiders: Alec Ingold, FB, Wisconsin
The old-school Jon Gruden loves having a tough fullback on his roster, so perhaps he'll use a late-round pick on one.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Calvin Anderson, OT/G, Texas
The Jaguars could take another blocker to make sure Nick Foles is very well protected.
Denver Broncos: C.J. Conrad, TE, Kentucky
Jake Butt has potential, but has been hurt too often, so the Broncos will likely draft a tight end.
C.J. Conrad is a nice route runner with good hands.
Chicago Bears: Ugo Amadi, S, Oregon
The Bears replaced Adrian Amos with Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, but Clinton-Dix was signed to just a 1-year deal.
New England Patriots: Mitch Hyatt, OT, Clemson
The Patriots lost Trent Brown this offseason, so I'm sure they'll be looking for some depth up front.
Indianapolis Colts: Tim Harris, CB, Virginia
Given the Colts' problems at stopping the pass last season, it shouldn't surprise anyone if they use multiple picks on cornerbacks.
Dallas Cowboys: Dre Greenlaw, LB, Arkansas
I'm sure Jerry Jones wouldn't be opposed to adding an Arkansas product late in the draft. Dallas has shown interest in Dre Greenlaw.
Los Angeles Chargers: Jesse Burkett, C, Stanford
Here's yet another offensive lineman for the Chargers, who need to make sure Philip Rivers is protected as well as possible.
New England Patriots: Zack Bailey, OT, South Carolina
This is the second offensive lineman for the Patriots in the seventh round, but I imagine that they'll want to make sure they add a good depth player for the blocking unit.
New Orleans Saints: Kaden Elliss, LB, Idaho
The Saints have shown interest in Kaden Elliss, who could be a good special-teamer for them.
New York Giants: Kyle Phillips, DE/DT, Tennessee
Here's more defensive line depth for the Giants, who really want to repair their front seven in this draft.
New England Patriots: Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan
The Patriots don't have much at running back behind Sony Michel and James White. Rex Burkhead is just a slow plodder who does nothing well.
Minnesota Vikings: Andrew Beck, FB, Texas
The Vikings have shown interest in Andrew Beck, so perhaps they'll want to bring him in to challenge C.J. Ham.
Arizona Cardinals: B.J. Autry, G, Jacksonville State
The Cardinals have improved their offensive line this offseason, but they still need more help to shield Kyler Murray properly.
Arizona Cardinals: Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson
The Cardinals could stand to add another linebacker, given Jordan Hicks' extensive injury history.
Minnesota Vikings: Jeff Smith, WR, Boston College
The Vikings have shown interest in Jeff Smith, as they could stand to develop a third receiver to go along with Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen.
Los Angeles Rams: Iman Marshall, CB, USC
The Rams need to add at least two cornerbacks in this draft, given the problems they had at the position last year.
Pick change; previously Sheldrick Redwine, CB/S
New England Patriots: Chris Slayton, DE/DT, Syracuse
Here's depth in the trenches on the other side of the ball for the Patriots.
Washington Redskins: Alijah Holder, CB, Stanford
The Redskins need cornerback help, and they could stand to add a player at the position much earlier than this.
Arizona Cardinals: Jamal Custis, WR, Syracuse
Here's another receiver for the Cardinals, who need to make sure they have a proper replacement for Larry Fitzgerald in the future.