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The Bengals have had calls on Schreck in the past. He’s not breaking past Drew Sample and C.J. Uzomah in the pecking order and now the team has Joe Burrow’s college target Thaddeus Moss on the roster, which could make Schreck a pretty underrated trade asset.Jones generally wasn't considered a top-five selection until the 49ers traded up, indicating that they might be one of the few teams as high on Jones as they are.“The coach wanted [King] as his starter, and why wouldn’t he, right?” the director said. “The dude can run and throw. But he has this kid Trask, and he knows he can play QB. He didn’t move him to tight end or tackle or whatever. It's what the coach wanted, even with the different styles. Seattle Seahawks
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Cornerback rose near the top of the Rams’ list of needs when Troy Hill left in free agency, especially with Darious Williams only getting the one-year tender. The Rams haven't hidden their interest in cornerback prospects with their pre-draft meetings, making it likely that they’ll take one at some point – possibly even at No. 57. Snead made it clear that the team has done its homework on the corners in this class, studying which ones can play where. He said the Rams are “definitely well aware” of the cornerbacks in the draft and acknowledged that they typically go early because of the positional value. “It’s always important to add corner depth. And I do think, like we have been able to over the last few years, we've been able to draft, have that player not come in and have to cover teams’ number one or number two wide receivers immediately,” he said. “But again, I like where we're at in the draft, 57 and then 88 and 103. Really at that point in time, you don't want to go into it saying, ‘Hey, we have to have this position.’ That's where you may reach. So, we're well aware of the corners and whether they play inside, out, both or just outside. Whether Joe D. and Coach Stukes like what they've done covering kicks in college and whether they've returned some punts or kicks in their time. So, we're definitely well aware, but that's a position that's sought after and a lot of good players usually go early in that position because it does take a special human to be able to go play that position for sure.”So he stayed put. The Cal quarterback was about to become the No. 1 overall pick in the 1975 NFL draft and unlike today, where tens of players and their families wait in green rooms to hear their names called and proceed to hug or fist-bump commissioner Roger Goodell, Bartkowski was on this adventure solo. Arizona Cardinals It goes without saying, but Green Bay Packers fans can’t wait for the NFL Draft to arrive on Thursday night. General manager Brian Gutekunst has quite the decision coming up, as everyone in Wisconsin is hoping he’ll use the first-round pick on a wideout. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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